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Untreated parasites can become life-threatening to your pet. At Briarwood Animal Hospital, we care about your pets as if they were our own - that’s why we provide complete parasite care. Call us now!

 

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Top 3 Veterinary Clinics by ThreeBestRated.ca

We are proud to announce we have been voted Top 3 Veterinary clinics by ThreeBestRated.ca. Thank you to all who made this happen!

Welcome to Briarwood Animal Hospital in Stoney Creek

Briarwood Animal Hospital is conveniently located at 76 King Street East and have been serving the pet community since 1978. Our mission is to provide compassionate care and the highest quality of medical, surgical and pet dental care available. Our goal is to assist your dog, cats and pocket pets to live a longer, healthier and happier life while enhancing the special relationship between pet parents and their beloved animals. Our facility is a modern, up-to-date veterinary hospital that focuses on quality medicine for your companion. We focus on accurate diagnostics and client education while maintaining a compassionate and professional environment. Everyone here at Briarwood has pets and understands the important role they play in our lives.

Stop by for a clinic tour or to meet our vet care team, or give us a call to arrange a consultation!

Dr. Adriana Morganti, DVM | Dr. Kristina Dudley, DVM | Dr. Colette Larocque, DVM
Stoney Creek Veterinarians, Briarwood Animal Hospital – CVO Accredited Facility

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Ticks and Your Pets

Ticks are parasites that feed on the blood of their hosts, whether that be dogs, cats, humans, or other small mammals. They are increasing in frequency in South Eastern Ontario, and because they are carriers of multiple diseases, they are a major concern for both our pets and us.

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Can Mosquitoes Harm My Pet?

Not only are mosquitoes an annoying pest to our furry friends and us, but they can also actually transmit a parasite called heartworm.

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