As an established veterinary hospital in Timmins, we understand how important the health and wellbeing of your pet is to you. However, just like humans, pets can get sick too. Should your furry friend need medical assistance, our compassionate team at Hampton Veterinary Hospital is here to help. We have been providing residents and their animal companions with preventive health care, as well as treatment of unexpected sickness and injury for over 35 years. Many of the pet parents we serve are now third-generation clients. As pet lovers and owners ourselves, nothing is more rewarding than seeing our pet patients happy and healthy as we build bonds with their owners through the years.
At Hampton Veterinary Hospital, we provide comprehensive, personalized veterinary care for dogs, cats, reptiles and other small pets. Whether you are concerned about your pet’s general health, an oral issue or you have noticed any other troubling symptoms we encourage you to bring your pet in for an examination. Our veterinarian will assess your pet’s health and provide you with a diagnosis, whether it involves close monitoring, medication, an X-ray or any other medical treatment that is recommended. Please call our hospital at 705-268-7387 / 705-268-PETS to discuss any health concerns you have with your pet and to book an appointment.
Complete care for our patients includes:
Wellness and vaccinations
Surgery and medical services
Dentistry and dental X-rays
Between regular check-ups and unexpected illnesses and injuries, the cost of pet care can add up over the years. That is why at Hampton Veterinary Hospital, we recommend pet insurance to all our clients. In the event of an accident, injury, or sudden illness, pet insurance will help to cover some of the costly fees associated with veterinary treatments. It is one less thing to worry about as you focus on getting the proper medical care for your furry loved one.
If you have concerns about your pet’s health, or you would like to book an appointment, please call 705-268-7387 / 705-268-PETS today.
Pay attention to your pet’s oral needs–reduce the chance of other health issues.