Clappison Animal Hospital, Waterdown
Clappison Animal Hospital is a companion animal hospital that has served pets in the Hamilton, Waterdown, Dundas, Flamborough and Burlington, Ontario area for 40 years. We strive to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your dog and cat. Our animal hospital staff focuses on preventative care for your new puppy and kitten, including neuter and spay surgery, routine vaccinations, and flea and heartworm prevention. Our veterinarians provide early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages; as well as surgical care to help your loved one stay healthy for a lifetime. We also offer a complete selection of veterinary dog food, cat food, and dog grooming services, and doggy daycare. Contact us today! Evening, emergency and Saturday appointments with our vets are available.
At our Waterdown animal hospital your pet will receive medical care from your veterinarian and veterinary staff using current methods and equipment.
Our animal clinic offers a variety of services including:
Flea and Tick Control
Animal Laboratory Services
Articles From Our Blog
Why Is My Dog Drinking So Much Water?
There are over twenty common (and less common) causes of polydipsia (drinking too much). From diabetes and Cushings disease to compulsive behavioral overdrinking. Some are easily treated while others can only be maintained. But it is important to not restrict the dog’s water until a cause can be found. Some diseases will cause ...
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Fleas the Pesky Little Critter
If they weren’t gross, blood-sucking parasites, fleas would be fascinating! They are tiny, brown parasitic insects that feed on blood – yours or your pet’s. Yuck! Fleas are only 1 to 4 millimeters long, but their hind legs are so powerful they can jump up to 20 cm vertically and 40 cm horizontally. ...
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Coyote Tapeworm by Dr. Jennifer Merry, BSc (Agr)
Once again Canadian journalists are talking about coyote tapeworms and the risks they pose to pets and their owners. Many people are worried and have been contacting Clappison Animal Hospital for more information. In the Northern Hemisphere the “coyote tapeworm” is Echinococcus multilocularis. The problem is that the definitive hosts, red foxes and coyotes, are in...
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