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Exam Rooms

The dog and cat exam rooms provide a personal and quiet environment where the veterinarian performs a full physical examination and consultation, along with vaccines and/or minor diagnostic procedures.

The avian and exotic exam room provides a personal and quiet environment where the veterinarian performs a full physical examination and consultation, along with minor diagnostic procedures. This exam room is equipped with various materials and equipment specialized for the avian or exotic patient.

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Reception

Clients of Millennium City Veterinary Hospital are greeted by one of our friendly staff members in our bright and spacious reception area. After checking in for your appointment, our reception staff will collect and verify contact information, and in most cases, weigh in the patient. Food and over the counter products are also available in the reception area.

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 Treatment Room

The treatment room is an area where minor or non-sterile procedures, as well as complete dental procedures, are performed. It is also used to treat hospitalized patients.

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 Radiology

Our radiology suite provides our doctors and clients with important diagnostic radiographic information. We have an ultra fine detail screen cassette combination, which is especially useful when working with our smaller avian and exotic patients.

Surgery Suite

 Surgical Suite

Our surgical suite (operating room) provides a clean environment to perform sterile surgical procedures.

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 Animal Wards

2 Dog runs, which are sound proof, ventilated, and provide spacious accommodation for our larger canine patients.

2 Dog wards, which are also sound proof and separately ventilated to minimize noise and odor.

1 Cat ward separated from our sometimes-noisy canine patients.

Avian and exotic ward which provides individual housing dependant upon the species. Incubators are available for those patients requiring supplemental heat and humidity. Heat lamps and UVb lighting are also available for those reptiles that require it.

Location

Phone: (905) 420-9555.

NEW Office Hours!
Monday8:00am – 7:00pm
Tuesday8:00am – 7:00pm
Wednesday8:00am – 7:00pm
Thursday8:00am – 7:00pm
Friday8:00am – 7:00pm
SaturdayClosed
Sunday9:00am – 7:00pm

For cat, dog, and small mammal after-hour care and emergency, please contact our sister clinic King Hopkins Pet Hospital (Whitby) at (905) 665-6369.

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