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Our mission at Westend Veterinary Hospital is to promote the welfare of animals through excellence in veterinary medicine, unparalleled medical standards, education, and service to our clients and community. We strive to never lose sight of our patients' and clients' ever changing needs. We aim to treat our patients as though they were our own pets, and treat our clients as though they were our own families.
We achieve this by providing the highest quality medical, surgical, and nursing care to our patients, superior service to our clients, and a safe and enjoyable environment for ourselves, all within an atmosphere of compassion, honesty, and respect.
Our philosophy motivates continual improvement by learning, sharing, and growing both as individuals and as a team.
If you have an after hours emergency, please call (905) 495-9907 at the Emergency Veterinary Clinic Hwy 10. Their website can be found here.
For an in-hours emergency, please contact us at 519-940-8900 and we will do our best to accomodate you and your family member.
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