The Cornell Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary clinic located in Guelph, Ontario. Established in 1987, the clinic emphasizes preventative medicine as the key to your pet's health and longevity. We have state-of-the-art facilities which allow us to administer exceptional medical, surgical and dental care along with non-drug therapies such as laser therapy.
In 2012, the Ontario SPCA launched their “No Hot Pets” campaign, aimed to remind pet owners of the dangers of leaving pets unattended in a vehicle during the summer.
Through the No Hot Pets online forum, members of the public are asked to share the message about the dangers of leaving pets in vehicles using the hashtag #nohotpets.
In addition, pet owners are asked to go online and pledge to not leave their pet in their vehicles. Those who pledge will receive a free No Hot Pets window decal for their vehicle (while supplies last).
Tick- borne diseases such as Lyme Disease, and Heartworm (from mosquitoes) are becoming more prevalent in this region each year. Be sure to test your dog annually to be sure they aren't infected, and to administer preventative protection during the susceptible months (May - Nov). Call us today to book your Heartworm and Tick Test, and to pick up your preventative products.
BUY ONLINE AND SAVE $$$. We are happy to announce that our online Webstore offers all our recommended foods and treats at 5% less than the cost of the identical in-clinic product.
Eligible foods will automatically be entered in the "Buy 9, Get 1 Free" Program.
To set up an account, please click the link below to register and get started saving immediately!
Providing the best food for your pet just got cheaper!
Certain foods apply for the Cornell Animal Hospital "Food Rewards Program" and we can automatically sign you up when you make your first purchase. This program also applies to eligible Webstore purchases.
Mel Fickling, RVT, and Olivia Sparks, TA, are both involved in the St. Johns Ambulance Therapy Dog Program.
Mel is the Record Keeper for the K-W program
Olivia takes her pal, Zeke, with her to local retirement homes.
We are very pleased to have Terra back at CAH again! Terra previously worked at the clinic while completing her undergraduate and D.V.M degrees, from 2004-2010. After completion of her D.V.M. degree she started work as a general practitioner in the Cambridge area prior to re-joining the Cornell Animal Hospital team.
Our clinic has made the commitment to you and your cat by becoming a certifiedCAT FRIENDLY PRACTICE