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Welcome to the Cornell Animal Hospital ...
The team at Cornell wish you a Happy New Year!
"Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened"
                 - Anatole France

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.

Dr. Mark Gemmill
We are very proud to announce that Dr. Mark Gemmill is the 2015 president of the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA). He will be involved in this role throughout the year but will continue to serve his loyal clients and their pets as much as possible. For more information about the OVMA, visit www.ovma.org.

 




WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW;
WHAT'S NEW

Seasonal Information

IT'S TIME TO TEST FOR LYME AND HEARTWORM

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The season is approaching when we need to protect our animals against tick-borne diseases (Lyme) and Heartworm. Before we begin preventative treatment, it's important to test to be sure your pets are disease-free. So, call the clinic today to book your Heartworm and Tick tests!

Lyme disease, once a problem only in endemic areas that were far away from Guelph, is now here to stay.

LILIES AND CATS DON'T MIX.
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It is the time of year for Garden Lilies and spring bulbs. However, they pose a serious problem for your cat if ingested. Easter lilies and other lilies can be toxic to cats, causing kidney failure and death. All parts of the lily can be toxic, and eating just one leaf can result in severe poisoning. After eating a portion of a lily, a cat will generally vomit and become depressed within 2 hours. The vomiting may subside, but the cat will not eat and continue to become more depressed.

Contact the clinic immediately if you know or suspect your cat has eaten any part of a lily.

Other types of lilies that are also toxic are tiger lilies, rubrum or Japanese showy lilies, and various day lilies. Many other bulb plants are also poisonous such as daffodils and hyacinths.

At the Clinic

Webstore now offerring "Autoship" for in-clinic pick-up!

For your convenience, the online "Webstore" can now be set up to automatically reorder pet food and other products, and have them delivered free of charge to the clinic.

No more calling the clinic, or running out of food again! There is no extra cost when using Webstore with in-clinic delivery . To set up an account, please click the link below to sign up and get started immediately!


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WE ARE PUTTING TOGETHER A MEMORY BOOK
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 If you are a client of the Cornell Animal Hospital and would like your beloved deceased pet remembered in our MEMORY BOOK, please email your submissions to: reception@cornellanimalhospital.com

"Every Pet has a Story"

Grab a coffee, relax, and read the stories in our NEW BLOG!.

This is a site for sharing stories, memorializing our beloved pets, and bringing together the team at Cornell with you, our clients and friends.

Do you have a story to share about your beloved pet? Send it (and a photo) to: melissa@cornellanimalhospital.com

Share your stories of your furry friends!

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American Association of Feline Practitioners

Our clinic has made the commitment to you and your cat by becoming a certified

CAT FRIENDLY PRACTICE


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