Announcement - Dr. Renée Jones is joining the team!
Dr. Renée Jones, originally from Kingston, graduated in 2005 from the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph. Renée has practiced small animal medicine in Oakville, Acton and Burlington. She is excited to be returning to Eastern Ontario to join the Belleway Animal Hospital team. Renée enjoys numerous aspects of veterinary medicine including dermatology, behaviour and surgery.
Renée and her husband David have two young boys, Owen and Xavier and their dog Indie. In her spare time, Renée enjoys aerobics, weight training, travel and photography.
Announcement - Dr. Kate Warnick is expecting!
We are happy to announce the Dr. Kate Warnick is expecting her first child this fall! She will be taking a shortened maternity leave starting mid November and will return next summer. We are pleased to have Dr. Renee Jones join our team starting at the beginning of November! Please drop by in November to welcome Dr. Jones and to wish Dr. Warnick well with her impending parenthood! Congratulations and good luck Kate !
New items have been added to our StoreSee Bert and our other animals using the items available in our store. Buy them online and pickup at the clinic or have them delivered. Click here to visit our online store and to see our pets in action!.
We are dedicated to the highest standard of veterinary care to ensure the health of our patients and enhance their quality of life. Our professional care and support extends to their families and the unique bond that they share with their pet.
The Belleway Veterinary Hospital opened in 1986 as the second clinic in the Stirling Veterinary Services practice. Although originally both large and small animal veterinary care was offered, the practice is now exclusively small animal oriented. The practice strives to offer the most advanced veterinary care for companion animals.
We Welcome New Patients
The new MLS Therapy Laser at Belleway Veterinary Hospital is an effective, pain free treatment for conditions such as arthritis and joint pain, disc disease, hip dysplasia and tendonitis.
MLS Laser Therapy painlessly relieves inflammation, speeding recovery without compromising the liver, reducing or eliminating the need for harmful drugs.
Call us today to learn more about how our therapy laser can benefit your pet! 613-969-0537
All after hours emergencies are now referred to the Pet Hospital of Prince Edward and Hastings Counties at 613 968 9956. This is located over the Bay Bridge in Rossmore.
We are located 1.2M North of Hwy 401 on Hwy 62 in the Northland Center.