Clinique Vétérinaire de Hull is known for its commitment to providing high quality veterinary care. In addition to physical exams, vaccinations and surgery, we provide a wide array of medical services. From microchip implantation to weight loss programs and pet dentistry in Gatineau, our team’s priority is to ensure your pet’s health and wellbeing.
Medical Care Services
Maintenance and specialized diets
Did you know your pet needs regular dental check-ups just like you? Dental disease is very common in our companion animals and it can cause serious health concerns if left untreated! By the age of 2, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some form of periodontal disease.
Our experienced staff will be happy to give you information on how to improve your pet’s oral health and prevent any future issues. This includes daily teeth brushing using pet-safe toothpaste, oral rinses or dental diets and treats.
Parasites can affect your pet in several ways and lead to life-threatening conditions if left untreated. In some cases, parasites can transmit diseases to your family, which is why treatment and prevention are so important. Our veterinarian team can help prevent, accurately diagnose and safely treat parasites and other health problems that not only affect your dog or cat, but also the safety of you and your family.
Parasites that may affect your pet:
Tips to protect your family and your pet:
Wash your hands well after contact with any animal
Do not allow children to put dirt in their mouths
Pick up animal waste from your yard daily, especially in areas where both your children and animals play
Cover home sandboxes to protect them from fecal contamination
Have your pets test regularly for parasites by a veterinarian
Did you know that more than a third of our patients seen in clinic are overweight? Pets that are a few pounds overweight can significantly increase their risk of developing health problems such as joint problems, diabetes and urinary problems.
Simple measures such as reducing your animal’s food portions and increasing exercise can be sufficient in most cases. However, certain patients require therapeutic diets and close weight monitoring. Our team would gladly inform you and how to keep your animal at a healthy weight and suggest special veterinary diets.
Quickly retrieve a lost pet with the help of a microchip. A microchip is a device inserted in your pet’s skin to provide a permanent means of identification. It is approximately the size of a grain of rice and contains a code that identifies the animal’s owner. We recommend having the microchip implanted at the time your pet is neutered.