Your pet’s well-being depends on:
Spaying and Neutering
Sterilizing a pet is a responsible and kind thing to do for your dog or cat. Spaying and neutering helps prevent health problems, while contributing to reducing the number of animals that are unnecessarily abandoned or euthanized. We can help you at every stage of this procedure. Contact Us.
A microchip ID is a small device the size of a grain of rice, inserted by injection under your pet’s skin. The procedure is nearly painless and serves to permanently identify your pet. Microchip IDs have helped reunite many lost pets with their owners.
Whatever the reason for abandonment, thousands of dogs, cats and all sorts of other animals can return to normal life in a family through adoption. After careful consideration, if adopting a pet is for you, there are a number of places you can go including your local SPCA, dog and cat shelters and veterinary clinics.
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We offer a variety of tips and advice so you don’t have to resort to this surgery on your cat. There is evidence that proves cats are happier if they are not declawed. Contact us for more information and see our Health Briefs for some good ideas.
Preventing Animal Cruelty
Clinique Vétérinaire des Sources is concerned about situations where a pet could suffer from cruelty by its entourage. Our staff will use the means available to help the animal.
Lost and Found
You can help a pet find its way home by posting on our lost and found bulletin board. Follow us on Facebook for up-to-the-minute information. It’s always a good idea to add a photo!
Clinique Vétérinaire des Sources is proud to partner with organizations, shelters and municipalities to sterilize stray animals. A small gesture can make a big difference!
Also, our clinic works with secondary schools and organizations such as Jeunes Explorateurs d’un Jour to give young people information and offer internships if they are interested in going into the field of animal health. They might become future veterinarians, veterinary technicians, receptionists, groomers or other pet specialists.
End of Life Care for Your Dog or Cat
The end of life and death itself are inevitable stages requiring care for your pet. We are at your disposal to help your dog or cat through these stages in the most peaceful way possible. We will be there for you and your pet with treatments, pain control and, finally, support in the event of euthanasia.