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Here at Snelgrove Veterinary Services in Brampton, we offer the highest quality care possible to keep your pet happy and healthy. Our clinic is equipped with a full surgical suite, digital radiology suite and on-site laboratory, as well as a non-invasive therapy laser. Our amazing staff and veterinarians offer complete medical, dental and surgical care as we strive to keep up-to-date on the latest in veterinary technology in order to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions, as well as provide routine wellness care.


Our veterinarians offer exceptional emergency care during our regular business hours. If in the event that you have an emergency after-hours, please contact the Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Brampton at 905-495-9907. They will care for your pet and send us a report upon discharge so that we may following up with you.

Our veterinarians and staff care for your animal friends with the following services:

Preventive care
Laser therapy
Emergency care (during office hours)

Find Information to Help Care for Your Pet

Snelgrove Veterinary Services wants you to stay informed with the latest information regarding your pet’s health. Find informative pet health articles covering a vast range of topics and conditions. We hope you and your furry friend benefit from these articles. If you have any questions concerning the information provided, please don’t hesitate to ask a member of our team. Snelgrove Veterinary Services will also assist you in finding ways to preserve your pet’s memory. We are happy to help!

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Medical, Surgical and Dental Care for Your Brampton Pet

With an in-house laboratory, state-of-the-art equipment and experienced staff, Snelgrove Veterinary Services is well prepared to offer your animal friend the very best medical, surgical and dental care in Brampton, Caledon and surrounding areas. We always treat your pet like one of the family.


With our knowledgeable staff and well-equipped facility, we are pleased to help you with many services including, but not limited to:

    Yearly examinations and
Complete medical assessments
Nutritional assessments
Prescription diet food
Heartworm prevention
Flea control
Dental exams, dentistry and take home products
Dermatology exams and allergy testing
Radiology (x-rays)
Behavioural consultation
In-house laboratory for blood work, urine analysis and stool sample testing
Weight management
Echocardiograms, abdominal ultrasounds and endoscopies arranged to be done in-hospital
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Surgical Services

Snelgrove Veterinary Services provides a range of surgical procedures to meet your needs. In order to ensure the safety of your furry friend, we monitor surgeries with a highly-trained staff, EKG machine, pulse oximetry, capnography and internal body temperature probe. We keep a constant watch on respiration and pulse. Occasionally, we refer patients to board certified veterinary surgeons to perform complex operations.


Below is an example of just some of the surgical procedures offered at Snelgrove Veterinary Services:

Spaying and neutering
Soft-tissue surgeries
Mass removals
Wart removals
Exploratory laparotomies
Wound care
Opthalmic procedures
Dewclaw removals
Hernia repairs

Specialty Services

Snelgrove Veterinary Services offers a range of specialty services, including:

Laser therapy
In-house pharmacy
Nutritional counselling
House calls
Pet Identification Microchips

Pets Have Teeth Too! We Provide Complete Dental Care

All pets are at risk of developing dental problems. Once your pet displays any warning signs, serious periodontal disease may be present.


The Brampton veterinarians at Snelgrove Veterinary Services can help you start a preventative maintenance plan.

Signs of Periodontal Disease

Bad breath
Bleeding or inflamed gums
Interested in food but hesitant eating
Changes in chewing or eating habit
Tooth loss
Subdued behaviour
Abnormal drooling
Food falling from mouth when eating
Swallowing food whole

Contributing Factors

Poor oral hygiene - ignoring the condition of your pet’s mouth can lead to periodontal disease, tooth loss and other serious health problems
Breed - periodontal disease is more common in smaller breeds of dogs and certain breeds of cats
Age - periodontal disease is more common as pets grow older

Steps to Better Oral Care for Your Pets

Regular examinations can help provide early detection of periodontal disease
Preventative maintenance should be started at puppyhood and kittenhood
Schedule regular dental checkups — we can help you monitor the progress of your pet’s preventative program
Home dental care can include special diets to control tartar build-up, regular brushing, specialized treats, oral wipes and rinses

Note: Please do not use human toothpaste on your pet’s teeth. Our toothpastes are not meant to be ingested and can cause stomach upsets. Specialized, flavoured toothpastes are available for your pets which will help with your pet's compliance.

Fleas, Ticks and Mosquitos

Keep your pets safe and happy with monthly protection.

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