Happy Holidays! We’re Open 24/7 for Pets Needing Emergency Medical Assistance over the Holidays
Season’s greetings from the entire Clarkson team to all of our furry friends and their families! Life with pets over the holidays is certainly entertaining, with cats pouncing on decorations and dogs nosing at the dinner table begging for scraps. Hopefully we can all get in some extra snuggles between all the food, visiting, and festivities!
We wish you a joyful, playful, and snuggle-filled holiday season!
Our Holiday Hours – Emergency Medical Services for Your Pets
Our pets’ holiday pastimes may be harmless most of the time, but sometimes our curious creatures can get into trouble – whether by eating something poisonous to them (for example, poinsettias), cutting themselves on broken ornaments, or simply hurting themselves while causing general mayhem (those of you with cats and Christmas trees know what we mean by mayhem!).
While we hope everyone stays safe and healthy, we will always be here in case of emergencies over the holidays.
We are open 24/7, every single day!
If your dog or cat is sick or injured – or if you have any concerns at all – please bring them in. Our vet hospital never sleeps and never closes, with a vet always ON SITE (never just at home “on call”). Christmas, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day, and every other day all year, you can come to us and find a veterinarian and Registered Veterinary Technician ready to provide emergency care for your pet.
Please let your friends know that we are always open. A lot of people are not aware that we are open day and night throughout the holidays.
Call us at 905-855-2100 if your pet needs emergency medical care.
Dogs and cats are masters of hiding their injuries and illnesses, so don’t hesitate to call, even if you’re not completely sure.
Holiday Fun with Dogs and Cats
Let’s celebrate this festive season with some cute and hilarious pet videos!
Here’s two kitties teaching us how to fully enjoy Christmas day:
*Please note, never let cats eat tinsel as it can cause serious intestinal problems. Also if you are putting costumes on your pets, do not leave them unattended.
Watch this pup’s excitement as he unwraps his favourite present of all:
Wishing you and your pets a safe, happy holiday season and a wonderful New Year!
Call us at 905-855-2100 if your pet needs emergency medical care throughout the holidays.
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