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Limited Time Promo
Exam fee: $30 (New Clients only)
Dentistry: $350 (Extraction extra)
Vaccination: $45 (Rabies/Distemper)
Heartworm Test: $25
Cat Neuter: $80
Kitten Spay: $120
Cat Spay Starts at: $155
Cat Declaw starts at: $249
Dog Neuter start at $165
Dog Spay starts at $199

Note:
* This Promo is valid until August 26th, 2017
* Mention Summer Promo
The offer is applicaple ONLY when you mention Summer Promo in the registration form



Clinic Hours  
Monday      9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday     9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday    9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday        9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday    10:00 am - 5:30 pm
Sunday      Closed

Brooker Ridge Animal Hospital
525 Brooker Ridge #107,
Newmarket, ON L3X 2M2
T: 905-898-1010
E: vetsnewmarket@gmail.com

Welcome to Brooker Ridge Animal Hospital. Our Veterinary Hospital is located at 525 Brooker Ridge, and proudly serving Newmarket and Aurora. Our patients include companion animals, such as dogs, cats, rabbits, ferrets, birds, guinea pigs, rats, and hamsters. Our veterinarians offer a wide variety of high quality veterinary services at affordable prices.
Spay and Neuter- Important for dogs and cats, not only to help control the pet population, but for the health and safety of your pet as well. Discuss your options with our veterinarian and learn the benefits of spaying or neutering your pet. Surgeries are done on-site in our veterinary hospital by qualified veterinarian.
Vaccinations- Maintaining a regular vaccination program is important to keep your pets and your family safe and healthy. There are many diseases that can spread even to indoor animals who are unvaccinated. Speak to our veterinarian to discuss the recommended annual vaccines for your pet.

Surgery- Our Veterinary Hospital team members use electronic monitoring equipment to ensure that patient’s vital signs are monitored during all anesthetic procedures. We do wide variety of minor & major surgeries such as dog spay, dog neuter, cat spay, cat neuter, cat declaw, blocked cat, urinary obstruction unblocking, hernia & wound repair, lump removal, bladder stone removal, cat bite abscess, etc. The surgery suite is where all sterile surgical procedures take place. We perform a wide array of soft tissue and orthopaedic surgeries. All of our surgical patients receive intravenous fluids as well as conscientious aesthetic monitoring by one of our Veterinary Technicians.

Wellness- Our Veterinary Hospital Wellness Programs are designed to help your pet through the different stages of their life. Our vet will help you understand what specific needs your pet may need at this age/condition.

Dentistry- Oral health is very important to keep your pet healthy and happy. Our pet dental services include teeth cleaning and polishing, tooth extractions and minor oral surgery. Our Veterinay Hospital is fully equipped with a dental suite that contains all of the necessary tools to ensure your pet's dental procedure goes as smoothly as possible. Our x-ray unit allows us to explore the severity of any problem tooth before extraction. In addition, all dental extraction patients receive pain medication to ensure your pet is comfortable afterwards.

Deworming- Our Veterinary Clinic Deworming Program treats and protects pets from Intestinal parasites which are harmful particularly to puppies and kittens and can cause diarrhea, dehydration and weight loss. It is usually done during vaccine appointment.

Flea & Tick Control- Preventing and control a flea infestation has never been easier or safer. There are many treatment programs available. Unfortunately there are many over the counter products in stores that are neither safe nor effective. Fleas can cause anemia, allergy, and transmit some diseases.

Our pet hospital is fully equipped with an in-house Diagnostic Laboratory Surgery Unit with advanced patient monitoring. Dental unit, Digital X-ray, and well equipped Examination Rooms. We offer cutting edge technologies in Radiology, major and minor surgeries, EKG, and Microchipping, all done on site in our Veterinary Hospital location at 525 Brooker Ridge #107, Newmarket, Ontario.

Our dedicated veterinarians and staff care deeply about your pet. We are proud to serve pets of all age and sizes, and greatly appreciate the referrals from our clients. We make every effort to provide the best services for our patients, and provide proper client education to owners. Our veterinary clinic is a leading veterinary hospital in veterinary consultations, checkups, dental services, flea and parasite control, and vaccinations, and we offer quality veterinary care at very competitive prices.

Brooker Ridge Animal Hospital offers a one-stop for your pet’s health and medical care. We strive to provide courteous and compassionate care for our clients and their pets. Your new puppy or kitten is always welcome at our veterinary hospital. Arrange a consultation with our Vet in Newmarket to discuss things such as annual vaccinations, heartworm testing, spay/neutering, and other important information for any pet owner. We have preventative programs that protect your loved ones from fleas, ticks, intestinal parasites, and common infectious disease.

Call us today to book a consultation or appointment at 905-898-1010
Different plans and bundles that fit your pets and financial needs are available.


Feline Urologic Syndrome - Blocked Cat
Blocked Cat is a common syndrome in male cats. Signs can be straining, crying, howling, licking at the genitals, hiding, vomiting, painful abdomen
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 28/6/2016 16:27:00
Dog Mammary Gland Tumors
About one-half of mammary gland tumors are malignant. Spaying dogs early before the first heat decreases the risk of having this type of cancer to 0.5%.
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 22/5/2016 17:49:00
Dog Allergies
like humans, pets can experience sneezing, wheezing, scratching, itching, breathing problems. Flea, atopy, and food allergic dermatitis are common.
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 15/5/2016 20:42:00
Avoid feeding pets these
Human food sometimes is harmful to your pet such as Chocolate, Coffee, Grapes, Raisins, Nuts, Milk, Nuts, Fat trimmings, Onions, Garlic, Xylitol, read more
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 24/4/2016 21:09:00

Brooker Ridge Animal Hospital

Veterinary Hospital Newmarket and Aurora

525 Brooker Ridge #107
Newmarket, ON L3X-2M2
T: 905-898-1010
E: vetsnewmarket@gmail.com

Hours:
Mon-Fri 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sat 10:00 am 5:30 pm
Sun Closed





Feline Urologic Syndrome - Blocked Cat
Blocked Cat is a common syndrome in male cats. Signs can be straining, crying, howling, licking at the genitals, hiding, vomiting, painful abdomen
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 28/6/2016 16:27:00
Dog Mammary Gland Tumors
About one-half of mammary gland tumors are malignant. Spaying dogs early before the first heat decreases the risk of having this type of cancer to 0.5%.
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 22/5/2016 17:49:00
Dog Allergies
like humans, pets can experience sneezing, wheezing, scratching, itching, breathing problems. Flea, atopy, and food allergic dermatitis are common.
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 15/5/2016 20:42:00
Avoid feeding pets these
Human food sometimes is harmful to your pet such as Chocolate, Coffee, Grapes, Raisins, Nuts, Milk, Nuts, Fat trimmings, Onions, Garlic, Xylitol, read more
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 24/4/2016 21:09:00
Planning Vacation
Planning to go on vacation and leaving your lovely cat with a cat sitter, remember to do few things.
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 24/4/2016 21:08:00
Brushing Pets Teeth
Brushing your pet’s teeth every day if possible Keeps your pet’s mouth healthy. It is easier to start brushing when your pet is young slowly and gradually.
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 24/4/2016 21:02:00
Pets Intestinal Parasites
Intestinal parasites are one of the most common problems veterinarians see in dogs and cats affecting pets of any age causing diarrhea, weight loss, more
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 24/4/2016 20:59:00
Tick-Borne Diseases
deer tick or black legged tick transmit Lyme disease and Anaplasmosis, American dog tick transmit Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 24/4/2016 20:57:00
Pain signs - cats
It can be challenging to know when cats are in pain. certainly, it’s quite obvious. when you see a large wound, noticeable limp, or observe an accident.
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 24/4/2016 20:48:00
Pets dental Health
Keeping your pet’s mouth healthy helps maintain pleasant breath and overall health. Periodontal disease can be linked to heart problems, and chronic pain.
Published by Dr. Zak Saleh - 24/4/2016 18:52:00
 
Brooker Ridge Animal Hospital - 525 Brooker Ridge #107, Newmarket, ON - T: 905-898-1010
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