North Town Veterinary Hospital

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905-451-2000

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Clinic Hours

This location is open
24 hours a day
7 days a week

After Hours Emergency:
905-451-2000

Our Location

North Town Veterinary Hospital
496 Main St. N
Brampton, Ontario
L6V 1P9

E: info@northtownvethospital.com
T: 905-451-2000
F: 905-451-9692

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Welcome to North Town Veterinary Hospital

North Town Veterinary Hospital is a 24 hour a day, 7 day a week emergency pet hospital in Brampton. We also perform non-emergency, day-to-day small animal services such as vaccines, spays, neuters, dentistries, and most other services that your pet will need over the course of their lives. Should your cat or dog require overnight or emergency vet care you can rest assured our animal hospital staff will always be there keeping a watchful eye.

Our emergency Brampton animal hospital is proud to offer a wide range of veterinary medical technology such as onsite laser surgery, spay and neuter, digital radiography, ultrasound, and laboratory equipment.

Our animal clinic offers a variety of services including:

Spay/Neuter Services

Flea and Tick Control

Pet X-Ray

Pet Surgery

Animal Laboratory Services

Vaccines

24Hour Emergency Services

Dental Care

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