• Winter Hazards

    Winter can be fun but it can also be dangerous. Antifreeze (ethylene glycol) -poisoning, frost bite, falling through thin ice, and road salt irritation of paws are just some of the dangers of winter. There are many ways to keep your pet safe and warm while still enjoying our beautiful Muskoka winters. Ask us for more information.

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  • Christmas Brings Unwanted Surprises!

    Eating unusual foods, tinsel from the tree, ornaments, ribbon, and small toys, are all cause for illness and emergency visits for dogs and cats. Keep an extra close eye on your pet during the holidays and please call us with any questions or concerns.

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  • Is your pet slowing down?

    As dogs and cats age, their risk of arthritis in the joints increases. Pets don’t show pain as people do, but rather suffer in silence. If you are concerned about your pet’s mobility, or would like help determining if your pet is having troubles, please call for an appointment. There are a number of treatment options available.

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  • Christmas Nail Trims

    From November 15th – December 31st we are offering Christmas nail trims for $20. All proceeds will be going to Big Brother’s and Big Sister’s of Muskoka. Please contact our offices to schedule an appointment for your Christmas nail trim.

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  • Autumn Dangers!

    Halloween and Thanksgiving: Watch out for accidental eating! Chocolate and xylitol (artificial sweetener), turkey bones and fatty gravy….all can make your pet very ill. A careful watch is the best prevention!

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  • Worried about affording the pet care your pet deserves?

    Consider pet health insurance, Emergency and unexpected pet care can be a strain on the family budget. Many affordable pet health insurance plans are available now. Ask us to help you choose the right pet health insurance plan.

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  • Dental Disease: The Silent Threat

    Gingivitis and dental tartar is more than just bad breath. Ask us for a dental evaluation of your pet and advice to help you keep your pet’s mouth healthy.

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We strive to provide high quality medical care to help our patients live longer, healthier lives.

We will provide the best possible service to our clients, and educate them so that they can be fully informed partners in the lifetime of their pets.

We will treat our clients, our patients, and each other as we would like to be treated; our clients and colleagues with respect, honesty and consideration, and our patients with kindness and compassion.

Our Services

Centennial Animal Hospital offers a wide range of services including medical, diagnostic, surgical, and preventative care needs for your pet so they live a longer, healthier, happier life. Click here to learn more

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