Wellington Veterinarian Hospital

ABOUT WELLINGTON VETERINARY HOSPITAL

Wellington Veterinary Hospital, located in Markham, ON, Canada offers a full range of services for your canine and feline companions, from dental surgery, spaying and neutering, vaccinations and more. The clinic is owned and operated by veterinarian, Dr. Cliff Redford, DVM, and features state-of-the-art technology on-site to conduct radiographs and ultrasounds for efficient diagnosis and treatment. If your pet requires surgery, we are fully set up to administer the latest advances in veterinarian medicine to keep him/ her safe, comfortable and pain-free.

Our location has plenty of free parking, convenient operating hours and a 24-hour emergency line to keep us accessible for your needs.

OUR SERVICES


OUR TEAM

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Our passionate team of skilled professionals are also animal lovers and pet owners, which means we inherently understand why yours should receive nothing but loving care every time we see them. We are well set to tend to their needs through all stages of their furry lives.

Experience matters when it comes to diagnosing and treating your pet’s ailments. Dr. Cliff brings over two decades of solid knowledge to the table. His clinical skills, combined with field experience from volunteering, animal advocacy and rescue missions, both locally and across the globe, give him tremendous insights into animal health and welfare. These include soft tissue surgery, advanced dental procedures, internal medicine, emergency treatment and more. Supported by Dr. Shaneez Wallani, who has a special interest in pain management through preventive and holistic care, your pets will be in good hands at Wellington Veterinary Clinic.

Our qualified veterinary technicians can answer your questions and offer preventative healthcare tips during free assessments. An enthusiastic complement of Customer Service Representatives and Animal Care Attendants round off our team to ensure we meet all your pet’s needs during their visit and treatments, as well as through surgery and after-care.

CARING FOR YOUR PET

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LATEST FROM OUR PETCARE BLOG

Pet owners are a curious bunch and always eager to learn more about how to care for their pets. We love the questions you ask us at your appointments! It prompts us to publish new blogs regularly to help any pet owner. We hope you enjoy the latest updates on our Pet Care blog. Feel free to connect if you have a topic you’d like us to write about.

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Ticks and Lyme Disease in Pets

In Ontario, ticks are most active in the spring and summer. However, they easily come out of hibernation and form swarms when temperatures hover above freezing even for a few days. Consequently, pet owners must remain vigilant about ticks and Lyme Disease year-round.
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Seasonal Allergies in Dogs

Seasonal allergies in dogs present very differently than in humans, with itchy hives forming on the lower half of their body. They are a lifelong challenge that pet owners must approach proactively. Here's what you need to know.
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Treating Dogs with CBD

Ever since marijuana was legalized in Canada, pet owners have inquired about administering it to their pets. Veterinarians have recently started recommending CBD for certain conditions. While the science behind it is in its infancy, we can make some educated guesses.
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Wellington is an amazing place! The staff are so welcoming and go out of their way to ensure your pet is comfortable - so much so that our puppy is actually excited when she goes to the vet!

Our little foster had to have her leg amputated and the whole team was so helpful and knowledgeable when explaining her medications, as well as how to best take care of her while she recovers.

We are now just under 3 weeks post op and she is running around like nothing ever happened :)

Carley Raffiek

A friend reached out to me today asking what to do with the possum in his backyard. “It looks scary and dangerous” he said.
I told him to leave it. Possums don’t attack us or our pets. They’re clean and they don’t carry rabies or other diseases to give to us. And they kill ticks so they protect us from Lyme disease.
He and the possum will now coexist.
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Nasty staph or fungal infection on his feet. I say it was smelly but how can you tell when it’s a skunk 🦨😝😂
I’m still learning a lot about wildlife medicine but this one was easy…my “if this was a cat” thought process is actually helpful in this situation. #skunksofinstagram
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That must be the yummiest milk ever!!! Watch the other baby deer come by and wait their turn ☺️ #bambi ...

Me thinks this juvenile #trashbandit is posing. ...

Happy Independence Day weekend to our neighbours from the South. One favour please? #bekindtoanimals ...

Thank you for taking care of me Dr Cliff. #ilovemyjob ...

Ok vet students…what do you notice is wrong with this great horned owl? And list a few causes. You’re not allowed to message @strubbe.eyevet like I do 🤓#owlsofinstagram ...

1210 Castlemore Ave.
Markham, ON L6E 0H7
Phone: (905) 294-7387
markham@vet905.com

Mon-Thu: 8:00am – 9:00pm
Fri: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Sat: 9:00am – 6:00pm

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