The clinics in the MTLVET network offer a full range of veterinary services. We promise professional and attentive service from people dedicated to healing your pet and ensuring its continued health

  • Choose a healthy diet for your pet. Our veterinary formulas, regular and specialized, satisfy the nutritional needs of your dog or cat throughout their lifetime.
    • Regular and specialized formulas for cats and dogs of any breed or size
    • Newborn and growth formulas
    • Healthy skin and coat formulas
    • Dental formulas
    • Weight control formulas
    • Gastro-intestinal and low appetite formulas
    • Healing formulas for pets recovering from illness or surgery
    • Pregnancy and nursing formulas
    • Dry and wet food
  • Ask our animal health professionals for advice. They know the products and their origins, and are trained to recommend the ideal dietary solution. If your dog or cat refuses any formula bought at the clinic, we’ll refund your purchase. We also offer home delivery.

    To learn more, please contact us.

  • Tell us about any concern you have regarding your pet’s health. Our veterinarians are good listeners. Along with providing reassurance, they will clearly explain the diagnosis and give your pet the appropriate care.

    Our areas of expertise include:
    • Check-ups
    • Health problems
    • Preventive clinics
    • Vaccinations
    • Blood sampling and blood tests
    • Second opinions health monitoring
    • Emergency care
  • During your visit to the clinic, our staff looks after your well-being along with that of your cat or dog. Our veterinarians are available on short notice and offer extended business hours. The Verdun Veterinary Hospital is also open Sundays.
  • Contact us for an appointment.

  • Vaccinating your cat or dog is essential to avoid a number of infectious diseases, which are a frequent cause of premature death in pets. Regular shots help prevent these diseases and ensure that your pet stays healthy and happy.
  • Vaccination program for kittens and puppies
    • First vaccinations at 2 months
    • 2 booster shots: 4 weeks and 8 weeks later
  • Rabies vaccination
    • Administered at 3 months or older, to cats and dogs
  • Deworming
    • Deworming your pet involves administering a medication to eliminate intestinal parasites, worms and larva that can be transmitted by the mother.
    • We recommend that you deworm any newly adopted adult cat or dog, if you are unaware of their deworming history.
    • Animals that have had fleas should also be dewormed, as fleas can spread flatworms.
  • To learn more, please contact us.

  • Before, during and after the procedure, any surgery requires a high degree of precision. Our veterinarians and animal health technicians see to every detail, taking every precaution to properly prepare your pet, keep it stable during surgery, minimize discomfort when it wakes up and ensure a problem-free convalescence:
    • Physical exam
    • Blood tests before surgery
    • Sedatives
    • General anesthesia and close monitoring during surgery
    • Stringent sterilization protocols to prevent post-operation infections
    • Prescriptions for analgesics and anti-inflammatories following surgery
    • Recovery room equipped to keep the patient warm and prevent hypothermia
    • Hospitalization (if required)
  • Our operating rooms are outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment, including respiratory and cardiac monitors, ventilation and oxygen equipment, an electronic intravenous pump and a heating mat. We’re fully equipped to put your pet on the path to wellness.
  • To learn more, please contact us.
  • Laser surgery
    Our veterinary clinics are equipped with laser technology. This innovative and proven technique offers the animal more comfort, including:
    • Less bleeding
    • Less trauma
    • Less painful inflammation
    • Faster healing
  • Our surgical unit is available for routine and emergency operations, such as:
    • Tartar treatment and tooth extraction
    • Mass removal
    • Bladder stone removal
  • Contact us for an appointment

  • Dental health and hygiene play a key role in the overall health of your pet. A yearly dental checkup and regular cleaning help prevent receding gums, gingivitis and bad breath.
  • If your pet needs tartar removal, we’ll include a complete dental x-ray to detect any abnormality that might require treatment. Prevention and regular treatment are essential to ensure the animal’s dental and overall health.
  • To learn more, please contact us.

  • We are dedicated to making your visit to the vet as easy as possible, and to helping your pets quickly return to their daily lives. Each of our clinics offers an onsite laboratory, allowing us to obtain a precise diagnosis while you wait:
    • Annual blood tests
    • Urine and stool analysis
    • Testing for feline leukemia and the feline immunodeficiency virus
    • Testing for canine parvovirus
    • Testing for heartworms
    • Testing for tick-borne diseases (Lyme, etc.)
  • Contact us for an appointment

  • If your pet is suffering from a fracture, other injury or another internal condition, our digital radiography equipment enables our veterinarians to rapidly diagnose the problem:
  • Using, we can detect the following problems in your pet:
    • Hip dysplasia
    • Fractures and other injuries
    • Foreign objects
    • Bladder stones
    • Cardiac or respiratory issues
    • Tumours
  • We will provide a preliminary interpretation on the spot. In certain cases, our medical staff don’t hesitate to ask for a second opinion from a specialist, in order to confirm the treatment necessary.
  • To learn more, please contact us.

  • Available at Hospital veterinary Verdun
    Ultrasound technology, a complement to radiography, offers a precise three-dimensional image of an animal’s internal organs. Our veterinarians use ultrasound to confirm a condition detected by x-ray and deliver a more precise diagnostic.
  • We always seek to fully understand the cause of your pet’s suffering, in order to provide the care he or she needs.
  • Contact us for an appointment

  • Therapeutic laser treatment eliminates inflammation and pain without the need for medication. This method is clinically proven to accelerate healing.
  • We offer laser treatment for animals that are suffering from pain or recovering from surgery:
    • Swelling
    • Chronic and acute pain
    • Joint pain
    • Surgery-related wounds
    • Muscular or skeletal conditions
  • Contact us for an appointment

  • Each clinic in our network offers a full-service pharmacy. To cater to all your pet’s medical needs, we stock a wide range of prescription and over-the-counter treatments:
    • Prescription drugs
    • Intestinal parasite preventive treatment
    • Heartworm treatment
    • Flea prevention
    • Dietary supplements
  • As with human medicine, veterinary medication must be taken as prescribed. Our professional team will provide sound advice and help you choose the right product for your dog or cat.
  • To learn more, please contact us.

  • In certain cases, a house call is necessary. We aim to accommodate all our clients and patients by offering a house call service, subject to the availability of our veterinarians.
  • For more information, please contact us.

  • Leaving town on vacation? Need to go away for a while? Give your dog or cat comfortable lodgings, along with the attentive care of our professional team. Your pet will be less idle during your absence and in good spirits when you return.
  • As a precaution, your cat must be up-to-date with its vaccinations before boarding with us.
  • To learn more, please contact us.

  • Introducing the Kitten Workshop, to help ensure that the joy of raising a cat doesn’t turn into a nightmare.
  • This free workshop is conducted in small groups. Our qualified staff will guide you throughout the process, to familiarize you with the habits you need to adopt in order to keep your furry friend in good health.
    We cover topics including:
    • Ear and claw care
    • Diet
    • Vaccinations and spaying/neutering
    • Brief overview of cat behaviour
    • Behaviour to avoid
    • Question period
  • Our Kitten Workshop promises a unique experience, so enjoy this time with your new friend, along with a qualified team under the standards of the AAFP*, and build a bond of trust and understanding with your cat.
  • The Kitten Workshop is an essential step toward a long and happy life with your new kitty!
  • * American Association of Feline Practitioners
  • To learn more, please contact us.

  • Dog behaviour is a priority for our specialists in animal health. Because MTLVET cares deeply about you and your four-footed friend, we offer workshops that will help you build a rewarding relationship with your dog. Here’s what we offer:
    • The free Puppy Workshop helps you get to know your new pet. Conducted in a group setting, this workshop teaches you the basics of canine behaviour and conditioning, including housebreaking your puppy, making it feel at home, setting a routine and introducing the leash.
    • We offer additional workshops*, depending on your dog’s age and the problems that you might encounter, such as aggressive behavior, constant barking or anxiety. Beginning at the age of 4-6 months, your dog needs to learn the rules, so that you and your family can enjoy a harmonious relationship with him or her at home, in the park and in any public space.
  • We offer these workshops to help you get to know your pet and understand it better. Our team of specialists will accompany you in this fun and educational process.
  • *A charge applies for this service
  • To learn more, please contact us.

  • This service is available at the Verdun Veterinary Hospital
  • One day a week with no dogs? A great idea for cats!
  • Your cat prefers the security and routine of home. A visit to the veterinarian can cause considerable stress and anxiety, especially if dogs are present. Our knowledgeable staff make every effort to ensure that your cat feels at ease.
  • To this end, we offer one day a week that’s just for cats. The staff of our Feline Clinic, a Cat Friendly Practice, is qualified under the standards of the AAFP* and welcomes you each Thursday at the Verdun Veterinary Hospital.
  • In our consultation rooms, which are designed for your cat’s comfort, our team will provide top-quality care in peaceful surroundings and answer all your questions regarding your pet's health and any treatment required.
  • Feline Thursdays promise a unique and beneficial experience, for you and your cat.
  • *American Association of Feline Practitioners
  • To learn more, please contact us.

Complete care for cats and dogs



In case of an emergency

We are available to help you in case of an emergency. To ensure quick access to a member of our team, we ask that you call us ahead of time

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Ville-Émard Veterinary Clinic


Verdun Veterinary Hospital


Du Parc Veterinary Hospital

We will gladly assist you and schedule an appointment as soon as possible, depending on the availability of our staff on site.

The situation is very urgent?

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