We offer a full range of services at our clinic. If your pet is sick or injured or just needs a check up, we can help.
We are always available for large animal emergencies by calling 613-546-1747. For after hours emergencies with your pet, call KRPH at 613-634-5370
Whether it's your first visit or fifty-first time at our hospital, we will always strive to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for you and your pets. If your pet is anxious and stressed about going to the vet, give us a call ahead of your appointment. We may be able to help.
We will always work with you and to the best of our abilities to restore and maintain the health of your animals. Our goal is to provide you with the best care possible while maintaining a fair and reasonable approach to each case. We strive to stay current on new advances in treatments and therapies as they become available.
We are located at 40 Rigney St, off of John Counter Blvd. between Sir John A. MacDonald Blvd. and Division St. We are close to and easily accessible from the 401 Highway. Our clinic is located on a quiet street with lots of available parking.
We are fully equipped and prepared to manage most medical and surgical cases in our clinic. We also have 4 fully stocked mobile trucks that are well equipped with any situations we may encounter on your farm.
We offer military, breeder's and multiple pet discounts. Please contact us for more detailed information.
If you have any questions or would like to set up an appointment, please give us a call at 613-546-1747. You can also request an appointment using our email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.LEARN MORE
For the last several years, St. Lawrence Veterinary Services has been providing a complimentary surgical procedure every month to our local humane societies.
These cases are usually a spay or a neuter but have occasionally involved dental surgery, lump removals, eye surgery, and other procedures. The animals selected are usually cases that may be less likely to be adopted based on age or other issues. After the surgery, we arrange to place an advertisement in one of the local newspapers to help draw attention to these pets in need of a forever home!
The warm weather has finally arrived and with it comes ticks and mosquitoes. When these pesky parasites bite your dog, they can potentially infect your companion with debilitating and serious diseases. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to protect your pet and reduce the risk.
Lyme disease has become endemic in the Kingston area and ticks are active as soon as temperatures rise above 4 degrees Celsius. Preventing Lyme disease involves avoiding high risk areas with long grasses, treating your dog with an effective product to repel and/or kill ticks, and consider vaccination if your dog is high risk for tick bites.
Heartworm is spread by mosquitoes when temperatures rise over the summer months. Although heartworm is not common in our area, it has been diagnosed in a number of dogs. Heartworm infection is difficult and expensive to treat and can be fatal. Fortunately, there are several prescription products available that can prevent this deadly infection.
We also strongly recommend periodic blood screening to ensure your dog remains free of both Lyme and Heartworm disease. The 4dx test from IDEXX laboratories can be run in clinic and requires only a small blood sample.