Cornell offers you a number of programs and plans that can help you manage your spending while providing your furry friends with the best possible care.

Puppy & Kitten Wellness Plans

Let Cornell help you budget your primary care costs for your new puppy or kitten.  We realize that the first year with a new kitten or puppy can be expensive, providing them with all the appropriate vaccinations followed by a spay or neuter. To make this easier for you, we have rolled our vaccinations and the accompanying spay/neuter discount program into one simple Wellness Program.

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Annual Care Plans

Manage your monthly spending while giving the best annual care for your dog(s) with our new Canine Annual Care Plans. Ongoing vaccines, preventative testing, and prevention products for your adult dog(s) may be difficult to budget because they all come simultaneously. To help you manage your finances whilst providing the best care possible, we have created Annual Care Plans that provide your pet with annual vaccines,  Heartworm/Tick testing, and the  preventative care products that are appropriate for their lifestyle.

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Weight Loss Programs

The team at Cornell is dedicated to helping you achieve weight loss goals for your pets! To assist you with this,  we provide free veterinary consultations and recommendations to get you and your pet started on their weight loss journey. We will design a program that is unique and compatible to your lifestyle, and is easy for you and your pet to achieve results.

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Save with Our Webstore

Save up to 10% on Food and Treats when you use AUTO-ORDER on our WEBSTORE!  We are happy to announce that our online Webstore now provides 10% discount on Royal Canin and Hills food and treats as compared with the in-clinic product. Eligible foods will automatically be entered in the "Buy 9, Get 1 Free" Program.

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Buy 9, Get 1 Free

Providing the best food for your pet just got cheaper! Eligible foods apply for our "Buy 9, Get 1 Free Food Rewards Program" and we can automatically sign you up when you make your first purchase. This program also applies to eligible Webstore purchases.

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Request a Booking Online

Request an appointment using our online booking form and never have to call the clinic! We will contact you within 1 business day to set up an appointment time that is to your liking. 

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You are what you eat, and the same is true for your pet

Nutrition is one of the most important factors when it comes to maintaining optimal health for your pet. Like humans, animals can’t survive on diet that’s high in fat, sugars, salt and preservatives. So, how do you choose the best diet for your pet? Dr. Christine Coghlan is a veterinarian and practice owner at Preston Animal Clinic in Cambridge, Ont. She understands the stress people face when trying to make the best choices for their pet’s health. She says a high-quality diet can have a big impact on an animal’s health. “Improving nutrition has prolonged many of my patient’s lives,” she says. “For example, animals afflicted with kidney problems have seen an improvement in their conditions and overall quality of life through a more balanced, nutritious diet plan.” CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

Risks that marijuana poses to pets

Veterinarians say they’re seeing an increasing number of dogs sickened after ingesting marijuana, and are warning pet owners to take care as Canada enters a new era of Cannabis legalization. Dr. Jeff Goodall, a veterinarian who runs the Sunnyview Animal Centre in Bedford, N.S., said he’s seeing a growing number of dogs with marijuana toxicity.“It profoundly affects the neurological system. It can progress to tremors and seizures, and they can go into a coma,” he said. “The THCs are very toxic to pets in the sense that they cause profound levels of confusion, then the dogs start to cry or vocalize and become hyperactive. They get through that period fairly quickly and then they begin to drool and become unable to walk properly,” Goodall said. Cats are not immune to the toxic side effects as well, but they are typically more selective in what they eat. They tend to lack the sweet tooth that would make cannabis edibles as attractive as they are to dogs. Goodall said he’d like to see warnings and greater public education on what marijuana can do to pets.  CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...


It's Holiday Season. Be Prepared!

It's the holiday season and with the fun come hazards for your pets.  A variety of plants can be problematic, so care should be taken if they are around pets. Lilies and Amaryllis are extremely toxic especially for cats so be sure they do not ingest these plants. Poinsettias are mildly irritating  to the mouth and throat because of the sap contained in the bright  red "leaves".  Holly and Mistletoe can also be irritating and cause gastrointestinal issues.
"People" food can cause a variety of ailments, with chocolate high on the list of no-nos;  chocolate and cocoa are very toxic to both cats and dogs. Other types of candy, including raisins, can also be toxic or problematic for your pets so be sure they don't ingest these sweets.  Turkey bones and gravy can also create digestive issues or blockages so it's not a good idea to share your Christmas dinner with your pets.
Decorations such as ribbon, bows and tinsel are very dangerous for cats and dogs if they ingest them; be sure to keep these out of reach!
Lastly, holiday lights can also be dangerous if your pet decides to chew through the cord.
Don't let these dangers discourage you though... with a bit of planning, your pets can avoid any problems and you can truly enjoy the season. However, if you notice your pet exhibiting any strange symptoms, don't delay in calling your vet for an assessment.
Happy Holidays!

SafePet program helps keep pets safe while victims of abuse seek help

Research shows that more than half of victims of abuse say they delayed leaving their partners due to concern for their pets’ safety, which is why an organization called SafePet Program is offering a free foster program to those using shelters in Toronto. Many shelters offering support to victims of domestic abuse do not allow pets unless they are registered service animals. The SafePet program arranges foster homes for these pets, ensuring they are well taken care of while the victim receives the support they need. SafePet is the flagship program of a non-profit called Link Coalition Toronto, an organization that educates others about the link between domestic violence, child abuse, elder abuse and animal abuse. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

NEW! Ontario Vet Medical Association Pet Insurance

The Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA), in partnership with Petline Insurance Company, is launching the first pet insurance program designed and backed by Ontario’s veterinarians.  The OVMA Pet Health Insurance Program is designed to be easy and accessible for pet owners, offering no-surprise, complete coverage, quick (often same day) claims processing, and an industry-first 24/7 hotline to confirm coverage. The program, which is available through OVMA member veterinarians, addresses the issues that have often plagued pet insurance in the past. In addition, a portion of the proceeds from each policy goes to support the Farley Foundation, a charity that helps low-income pet owners in Ontario by subsidizing the cost of veterinary care for their pets. To learn more about the specifics of this new insurance program  CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...

We're a Cat Healthy Clinic

Our clinic has created a cat-healthy environment that allows for stress-free visits with your feline friend, as laid out by the "Cat Healthy" Organization.  Cat Healthy is an initiative designed to help cats get improved preventive healthcare. Cat Healthy provides Canadian veterinary professionals, cat shelters, pet stores, breeders and cat owners with health recommendations, tips, tools and tactics to help cats lead longer and happier lives. The emphasis is on preventive healthcare. To lower long-term healthcare costs and promote healthier cats, we encourage cat owners to seek more frequent preventive care from veterinary professionals. We provide ways to improve the veterinary experience for cats and cat owners – this will encourage increased cat visits and the chances of identifying problems before they become serious. To learn more about Cat Healthy CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...


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