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Welcome to the Cornell Animal Hospital ...
The team at Cornell wish you a Happy Spring!
"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.

Veterinarians are seeing an alarming increase in the incidence of preventable conditions such as diabetes, obesity and dental disease in pets. A regular visit to your veterinarian is the best medicine when it comes to preventing illness, catching minor health concerns before they become major issues and ensuring a happy, healthy life for your pet.


Seasonal Information

April showers bring May flowers...but it also brings pests and poisonous plants from which you need to protect your pets.

Unfortunately for cats, spring also brings Lilies - popular in gardens and as Easter decorations.

Lilies are profoundly toxic to cats; ingestion of a small piece of leaf or flower of the lily will cause severe, acute renal failure. Members of the genus Lilium, such as Easter Lily , tiger lily, rubrum lily, Japanese show lily, stargazer lily and Asiatic hybrid lily are toxic, as well as members of Hemerocallis, the common daylily .

Affected cats will exhibit vomitng, drooling and nausea within hours of exposure.

If your cat displays any of these symptoms be sure to take them to your vet immediately

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Mosquitoes and HEARTWORM ; Ticks and LYME DISEASE ...the season approaches

As the weather gets warmer and your pets are outside, ticks and mosquitoes can transmit disease vectors which can make your pets very sick. Be sure to get your pet tested, and administer protection against these pests.

At the Clinic

Nutritional Counsellors now available.

Alli, our tech assistant, and Lesley, our veterinary technician, have recently completed the Royal Canin "Nutritional Counsellor Program".

Certification in this online program demonstrates their commitment and dedication to the health and well-being of cats and dogs.

The next time you are at the clinic, please feel free to ask them for informed advice about dietary and nutritional needs for your dogs and cats.

We are pleased to offer a new alternative food for your pets, available only through your veterinarian:
Rayne diet
- NO gluten
- NO wheat or corn
- NO meat by-products
- NO artificial colours, flavours or   preservatives


9 am - 2 pm

We are pleased to offer appointments from 9 am - 1 pm on Saturdays, and retail from 9 am - 2 pm.

We are also open until 7 pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings.

Caring for your pet is now more convenient than ever.


Now you can save on the cost of your spay or neuter with this new program that rewards you for having your puppy or kitten boosters administered by the Cornell Animal Hospital in a timely fashion. For more details:

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American Association of Feline Practitioners

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


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