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We Treat Your Pet Like Family

At Ottawa Barrhaven Animal Hospital, we understand that your pet is a very special part of your family. Every day we strive to provide you with quality veterinary care. We take great care to do this in a manner that lessens, or eliminates, the stress you and your pet may feel when coming to the veterinarian.

We Are CVO Accredited

What does it mean to be an Accredited Member of The College of Veterinarians of Ontario (CVO)? CVO establishes exacting standards for veterinary practices and fosters professionalism and excellence in all phases of hospital operations.

Saving You Money

$10 OffWe Offer $10 Coupon For Every New ClientsLow Cost Spay & NeuterSurgical procedures can be costly, which is why Ottawa Barrhaven Animal Hospital offers low cost Spay and Neuter Services.Affordable CareWe Offer High Quality Affordable Rates Which Make Caring For Your Pets Easy And Accessible.


Our patient’s concerns are what matter most to us. We offer high quality affordable comprehensive medical services fit to your budget.

Individual Care

Our patients are our first priority! Compassionate and friendly team ready to work together to achieve the best treatment for your pet by providing hassle free services.

Open Early & Late Evenings

We are open early & late evenings making it easier for our clients to get their pets’ treatment they need. We’re your emergency veterinarians. Our team is always here for you.

No Need For Multiple Visits

Whenever possible, we aim to provide treatment in one visit. Saving you money and the hassle so you can spend more quality time with your loved ones.

High Level Care. Affordable Prices!

To enable us to continue to bring you the most advanced medical and surgical care possible, we consistently invest in the training of our doctors and staff. We provide the latest technology and diagnostics allowing our veterinarians to quickly identify and treat ailments, keeping illness as brief and pain-free as possible.

We offer a wide range of services all under one roof at Ottawa Barrhaven Animal Hospital. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We’re happy to help you and your pet. Look forward to seeing you!

We offer a wide range of services including medical, diagnostic, surgical, and preventive health care needs for your pet so they live a longer, happier life. One of the best things you can do for your pet to keep him or her healthy is bringing them for regular exams and vaccinations. Protect your cats and dogs against problems before they start. Below are is a list of our services.

Dog Services

Dog Vaccination
Here at Ottawa Barrhaven Animal Hospital, we offer a variety of vaccinations to ensure your pets are protected from common viruses and diseases. The vaccinations we use help to create an immune response and produce antibodies against certain types of viruses and diseases. Our veterinarians administer the recommended core vaccines for all dogs to receive regularly, as well as, elective vaccinations that may be recommended depending on your pet’s lifestyle.
Dental Care for Dogs
Here at Ottawa Barrhaven Animal Hospital, we care about the dental and oral health of your pet. Tartar and calculus build up, gum infection, broken and damaged teeth and oral pain are common and can affect many different organ systems within your pet’s body. For that reason, we perform the dental examination during your pet’s annual check up and thoroughly assess your pet’s dental health. If your pet is showing signs of dental disease such as, but not limited to, bad breath, pawing at the face, reduced appetite or chewing, or red and bleeding gums, come in for a dental examination. We would be happy to review options to improve your pet’s dental health at that time.
Dog Fleas and Ticks
Fleas and ticks are very common external parasites for our pets. Fleas are small insects that feed off the blood of its host, usually mammals or birds. Ticks are small ectoparasites that also live on the blood of its host, mammals, birds, sometimes even reptiles and amphibians.
Dog Spaying and Neutering
Deciding on whether to spay and neuter your pet is a important decision. Some of the benefits besides overpopulation in strays and overcrowded shelters include your pet living a longer life. Dogs can live on average 1-3 years longer and felines 3-5 years longer if spayed and neutered. Spaying your pet can help prevent breast cancer, pyometra and uterine infections, while neutering helps prevent testicular cancer, aggression and roaming. There are many great benefits to having your pet spayed and neutered, Here at Ottawa Barrhaven Animal Hospital, we are dedicated to making sure your pets live the most healthy and enjoyable life possible. We are here to answer any questions and relieve any doubts you may have with regards to having your pet spayed and neutered.
Microchipping a Dog
A microchip is a very important form of identification for your dog. A microchip is the size of a grain of rice, that is implanted under the skin, between your dog’s shoulder blades. Often times, a microchip is mistaken for a form of ‘GPS tracking.’ In order for the microchip to function properly, the owner must ensure that they keep their phone number and address current with the company that they are registered to, so if your dog goes missing and is brought into either a veterinary clinic or a shelter by a citizen, the identification number that is scanned will be able to be connected to your information for the safe retrieval of your pet.

Cat Services

Cat Vaccination
Vaccinations are important for all domesticated cats. Whether they are strictly indoors or if they spend some time in the outdoors, having up to date vaccinations are crucial for all cats!
Cat Dental Care
Dental care is one of the most overlooked and under-treated areas in small animal medicine. Cats are affected by many of the same dental problems that affect humans. The dental disease begins when bacteria colonize the mouth and a plaque biofilm is formed. After a while, this biofilm mineralizes and calcifies into tartar. The bacterial population accumulates, which leads to inflammation and results in periodontal disease. Additional factors such as misaligned teeth, systemic disease, nutrition, and genetics, may also contribute to disease. In addition to periodontal disease, cats can also develop other dental diseases, which include feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions, stomatitis, and fractured teeth.
Nail Trimmering and Ear Cleaning for Cats
Most clients are unaware that ear cleaning and nail trimming in cats is necessary, both of these areas are a very common place for our feline friends. A cat’s ears may need to be cleaned for many reasons; ear infections, parasitic infections, dirt build-up, etc. To determine if your cat’s ears need to be cleaned, it is best to have one of our veterinarians exam the ears and find out if there is a cause for concern. Specific solutions and techniques need to be followed, it isn’t recommended to proceed with ear cleaning for your cat until you have had your veterinarian or veterinarian staff support you, as damage to the ear canal could occur. Nail trimming is very common for our feline friends and can be performed on a regular basis. In fact, it is best to do so often to ensure your pet continues to be comfortable with the handling of their paws and the cutting of their nails. Again, this is an area where a quick tutorial is ideal from one of our friendly staff members, as if you cut the nails too short, it can cause bleeding and pain, both of which are not ideal. Once owners have been shown how to safely perform this procedure, it is an area you can continue to perform at home. Some of our clients are happy to bring their feline friend in repeatedly for this procedure, both are acceptable and welcomed.
Senior Cat Care
It probably doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone, that a senior cat has needs that are different than those of a young cat. Environmental enrichment is important for cats of all ages and should not be abandoned for senior cats. Interactive toys, food puzzles (particularly for overweight cats), even supervised access to the outdoors or leash walking can help keep senior cats entertained, as well as helping to burn excess calories and keep muscles and joints healthy.
Overweight Cat Help
Being overweight is a big problem for our feline friends. Most people don’t know that this can lead to several health issues like osteoarthritis, which puts strains on heart and lungs, urinary tract disorders, diabetes and nonallergic skin conditions.

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