Park Road Veterinary Clinic

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519-759-3031

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Clinic Hours

Monday 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Sunday Closed
After Hours Emergency:
519-720-0753

Our Location

Park Road Veterinary Clinic
627 Park Road N
Brantford, Ontario
N3T 5L8

E: info@parkroadvet.com
T: 519-759-3031
F: 519-759-5359

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Welcome to Park Road Veterinary Clinic

Park Road Veterinary Clinic is a companion animal hospital in Brantford, Ontario dedicated to providing veterinary care for dogs and cats. We take great pride in our veterinary clinic and our staff, and the level of care we provide for our clients and their pets.

We know that your cat, dog, new kitten or puppy is a valued family member, and that you want them to receive the very best medical care from our veterinarians. Our goal is to educate you on the needs of your pet, from routine vaccinations, to detailed medical treatment, to difficult surgeries. Our Brantford vet team provides emotional support for our clients, since we understand how much your pet means to you. We also spend a great deal of time ensuring that our animal hospital staff continues to upgrade their education, so we are always on the leading edge.

Our animal clinic offers a variety of services including:

Veterinary Diet

Pet Medication

Animal Laboratory Services

Pet Surgery

Pet X-Ray

Flea and Tick Control

Spay/Neuter Services

Articles From Our Blog

  • teeth

    Tooth Pain in Pets by Dr. Sarah Martin

    Just because they are still eating, does not mean they are not painful. Most pets with painful dental conditions do not show clinical signs that are obvious to the owner, but this does not mean that they are not feeling pain. They cannot tell you about the pain- the constant dull headache...

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    “Help! My dog’s (and rarely cat’s) ear flap is hot and huge!” by Dr. Sarah Martin

    Photo reference. This is called an aural hematoma. That hot pocket in the ear flap is full of blood. The pinna (ear flap) has 2 layers of cartilage and a hematoma happens if a blood vessel bursts and separates the layers of cartilage. Why does this happen? Often these dogs have a chro...

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  • Leo

    Feline Diabetes Part 1 by Kathy Reapple

    Hi! I’m Leo and if you have a few minutes, I’d love the chance to tell you my story of how I live with diabetes every day and what I think of the whole thing. My mom brought me in for an exam one day after she noticed I seemed to be dri...

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