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Have your pet’s flea, tick, and heartworm meds delivered straight to your door. Order once, set your desired delivery frequency, and enjoy your box of preventative care. Bonus: Each bundle comes with toys, treats and other goodies customized just for your furry friend!
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Accepting New Patients
Have you welcomed a new furry family member to your home? We’d love to meet them! Check out our recommendations for new pet owners.
Parasite Control and Prevention Services
Make sure your furry family members are protected from parasites. We can prescribe the right protection for your pet, and we can let you know what to look out for. Together we can make sure your pet is as healthy as possible!
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At Fifth Avenue Veterinary Clinic, we are happy to provide you with the option to browse and shop for your pet, all from the comfort of your own home!
Welcome to Fifth Avenue Veterinary Clinic in Orangeville, Ontario
Welcome to Fifth Avenue Veterinary Clinic. Our team of licensed veterinarians and registered veterinary technicians are passionate about caring for dogs and cats here in Dufferin County and surrounding communities. You can find our practice conveniently located just off of Highway 10 in Orangeville, at 10 Fifth Avenue, which backs onto the Fairgrounds Plaza. We take a personalized approach to caring for our patients, because we know that each cherished animal has their own unique needs.
We also put a lot of thought into our clients’ experience. In fact, our clinic was designed with pet parents in mind. Its structural design creates a stress-free environment for your furry family members by having separate areas for cats and dogs, an isolation ward to protect those that are ill, and large exam rooms to accommodate families and their pets. We also offer security monitoring for safety of our clients and their pets. Plus, our facilities are wheelchair and stroller accessible. Ultimately, our goal is to encourage clients to find the best ways to integrate pets optimally into their family, by balancing the needs and lifestyle of the two-legged family members with the emotional and physical needs of their furry family members.