We recommend that cats and dogs receive an annual physical exam. During this visit we will thoroughly examine your animal, discuss diet, behavior, training and answer any questions that you may have. We may discuss vaccines and parasite control. Every animal and owner is different and we will adapt our recommendations to be in the best interest of everyone.
MICROCHIPPING and TRAVEL DOCUMENTS
We can insert an internationally recognized microchip to both dogs and cats at any age. We can fill out appropriate travel documents for travel to any international destination.
Our clinic carries all the vaccines and uses well researched and up-to-date vaccines protocols. Every patient is an individual and we adapt our vaccination schedules to best suit each animal and their lifestyle.
We offer routine surgeries such as spay and neuter, as well as many other forms of soft tissue surgery including, but not limited to, mass removal, abdominal exploratory, foreign body removal and biopsy. When necessary we perform preanesthetic bloodwork and use only the top of the line anesthetic protocols including extensive pain management both in the clinic and to go home.
We accept emergencies on both a walk-in basis or by phone and will ensure that your animal gets the necessary care in a timely fashion.
We offer state of the art dental technologies with dental radiology and high speed drills. We employ advanced extraction techniques and can offer multiple other forms of oral surgery including fracture repair, mass removal and biopsy.
When necessary or desired we can refer your animal to an appropriate board certified specialist (surgery, internal medicine, dermatology, ophthalmology, etc).
We offer overnight care for stable animals who require ongoing fluid therapy and monitoring.
Dr. Allison Felley Jacquemont graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2000 and was in California for several years before moving to Europe. She returned to Canada in 2014 and worked in several clinics around the city before deciding to branch out with Dr. Chapman. Her specialities include small animal dentistry, soft tissue surgery and the human animal bond. She has two young daughters and enjoys canoeing, back country skiing and participating in triathlons in her free time.
Dr. Chapman, a Québec native, has been a small animal veterinarian for the last 19 years. She graduated from University of Montreal in 1997, and then performed a 1 year internship at the same institution. She worked in New Hampshire a few years and then in several different veterinary practices in the greater Montréal area before joining forces with Dr. Felley. Her specialities include internal medicine, critical care, and soft tissue surgery. Dr. Chapman has two children and enjoys spending time outdoors, travelling, and participating in the cultural events in Montréal.
4920 Chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges, Montréal, QC Canada H3V 1H2
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
CLOSED - wil reopen after COVID crisis
CLOSED ON SUNDAY