Routine Medical Services Offered

We are equipped to handle a wide variety of medical conditions, including emergencies. Because we can perform many diagnostic procedures in-house, we can often give you immediate answers and start treating your pet faster. In some cases, your pet may require hospitalization and further diagnostic tests. Please take a look at the more detailed descriptions of medical services we offer, or call us to discuss your pet’s needs.

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    Rabbits, Ferrets, Guinea Pigs and more (Oh my!)

    Orillia and District Veterinary Services is happy to offer small animal veterinary services to the following patient Guinea Pigs Chinchillas Ferrets Rabbits Hedgehogs and most rodents! Please call ahead to…

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    Dental Care Options

    At Orillia & District Veterinary Services, we want to make sure your dog or cat has the best dental care plan to try and prevent any issues before they happen.…

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    Rehabilitation

    The use of rehabilitation includes the prevention of dysfunction, the development, improvement, restoration and maintenance of various physical characteristics. Many of which are compatible and essential to everyday life. This isn’t…

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    X-Rays

    X-Rays are a useful diagnostic tool commonly used in veterinary practices. They are used to view areas of the body that have contrasting densities. The size and shape of organs…

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    End of Life

    Humane euthanasia is never an easy choice. We are grateful to be included in the process so we can give you the very best care and compassion needed during this delicate time. We…

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    Diagnostic & Routine testing

    At Orillia and District Veterinary Services, we provide a range of diagnostic and routine test options for your pet. Your trusted Veterinarian will discuss which tests would be appropriate for…

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    Dermatology

    There is nothing worse than seeing your pet constantly scratching and uncomfortable. Skin issues are one of the most common, and frustrating conditions to deal with. They can arise for…

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    Nursing Supportive Therapy

    In many cases when your pet is undergoing a surgery or has an illness, they will need supportive therapy. Supportive therapy could range from IV fluids, assistance with mobility, wound…

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    Hip Certification

    Canine hip dysplasia (abnormal development of the hip joint) begins when the hip joint in a young dog becomes loose or unstable. If left undiagnosed and untreated, this instability causes…