Fairmont Animal Hospital in London
We welcome the opportunity to meet you and your furry companion! To book an appointment or arrange a tour of our facilities, please call us at (519) 453-2940, or submit our New Client Page and submit the form. If possible, we request that you bring all previous medical information about your pet with you to your appointment. To ensure safety and comfort of our patients, we ask that dogs be leashed, and cats be in a carrier or on a harness and leash. Please let us know if your pet is particularly anxious about new people or other animals and we’ll arrange to have a quiet sitting area available when you arrive.
As a new client of our practice, you can expect our full attention to your pets’ needs. Our service will be provided with courtesy and respect. Our goal is to see all of our clients and patients on time, and although we have contingencies for emergencies, there will be times where the unexpected will create delays. We will ensure these are minimized as much as possible.
We are excited to meet you and your four-legged family members.
Our animal clinic offers a variety of services including:
Wellness and Vaccination Programs
Anesthesia and Patient Monitoring
Pain Management and Control
Articles From Our Blog
The Puppy Socialite
Proper exposure and handling of puppies during their first months of life is essential to the prevention of behavioural problems. The socialization period in puppies begins at the age of 3 weeks and continues to the ages of 12 – 14 weeks depending upon the breed. During this time, a puppy’s brain...
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Surgery: What You Need To Know
It is important for you to know that not all veterinary hospitals approach surgery in the same way. At Fairmont Animal Hospital we strive to offer your pet the highest quality care available. Advancements in veterinary medicine allow us to offer your pet many options that help minimize the risk of surgery...
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Although often thought to be a teething behaviour -nipping, mouthing and biting in young dogs is generally a form of social play. Teething is more likely to involve gnawing or chewing on household objects. Puppies need to be provided ample opportunity to play, without biting. The most important survival lesson ...
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