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Parasite Prevention

It's the time of year where ticks, fleas and worms come out of hiding. Make sure you're taking the right measures in protecting your pets! Find out how.

 

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New Kitten at Home?

Learn about the importance to vaccinate your cat!

 

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Dog & Cat Boarding

Looking for a pet-sitter? Learn more about our boarding services!

 

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Welcome to the Kingston Veterinary Clinic in Kingston

A Part Of Your Family

Consider us a part of your family!  Dr. Ken Ross and our family of staff can provide your beloved companion with full medical healthcare services throughout his or her life, from puppy or kitten, through specialized senior programs, and everything in between.

Here at Kingston Veterinary Clinic, our knowledgeable and professional staff strive to make sure you understand what options are available to you, always working hard to provide the best quality of medical care we can, while respecting your budget.  We provide a very wide range of services beginning with specialized puppy and kitten programs, all the way through your beloved companion’s life, into senior programs and compassionate end of life services.  We love every one of our patients as our own, and we will work with you to ensure they have a fulfilling life with you, and you with them.

Each patient entrusted to our care is provided with a range of services specialized for them.  We will take the time to discuss those services with you, answering all of your questions about any concerns or topics you want to learn more about, while respecting your time.  No question is too small; we want to spend time with you so you can make the best decisions for your beloved companion’s ongoing healthcare.

We have worked hard to make our website unique, interactive and enjoyable, just like your experience when you see us.  We look forward to seeing you soon!  Please call us to book your appointment today, or click here to request one online now.

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Lyme Disease Alert

Just 12 to 15 years ago ticks were rare visitors to this area.  Since then, they have become naturalized to the Kingston region and they have brought with them a variety of diseases.   Currently, the most important one is Lyme disease which is spread by the Black-legged tick (also called the deer tick).

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"March is National Tick Awareness Month!"

“March is National Tick Awareness Month!” Wow, what strange weather this year!  We had spring-like weather in Part of February.  When the temperature is 4 degrees Celsius or higher, ticks will be seeking victims to feed on and potentially be passing along bacteria that cause Lyme disease.  For this reason, we strongly recommend starting Nexgard, the once monthly flavoured chewable treat that kills ticks (and fleas), NOW!  This will need to be continued through the spring, summer and fall months up to Christmas 2016. If you have any questions please feel free to email, phone or stop in and see us.

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