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  • Spring Wellness Testing

    Seasonal prices are now in effect for canine preventative care and vector-borne disease screens. Test annually to prevent the spread of these diseases. For more information call us at 613-966-2519.

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  • Tick Season is Upon Us!

    Flea and tick season is upon us. When the temperature is above 4 degrees celsius ticks are active. Check out the tool in the link below to see the number of reported positive cases of Lyme & Heartworm diseases in your area.

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  • Vaccinations

    Pets need routine vaccines to help them avoid common deadly diseases. Our team will advise you about which vaccines are necessary as well as keep a current record of your furry friend’s schedule.

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  • Welcome to Loyalist Veterinary Hospital

    We will provide your furry family members with the best possible care!

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Phone Us

613 966 2519

Contact Us

360 Bell Blvd.
Belleville, ON
K8P 5H8

Location Hours
Monday7:30am – 6:00pm
Tuesday7:30am – 6:00pm
Wednesday7:30am – 6:00pm
Thursday7:30am – 6:00pm
Friday7:30am – 6:00pm
Saturday9:00am – 4:00pm

Sunday 4pm to 6pm for boarding and food sales only

  • Ticks in Dogs

    Although ticks are commonly thought of as insects, they are actually arachnids similar to scorpions, spiders and mites. All ticks have four pairs of legs (eight legs in total) as adults and have no antennae. Adult insects by comparison have three pairs of legs (six legs) and one pair of antennae. Ticks are parasites that feed on the blood of their host, which can be an animal or a human.

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  • Dr. Paul Hardacre established Loyalist Veterinary Hospital in 1985. The practice was originally located at the intersection of Sidney and Bell Boulevard, but due to an increasing number of clients and patients, a new hospital was established at our current location of 360 Bell Boulevard.

  • Lyme Disease in Dogs

    What is Lyme disease? Lyme disease is caused by a spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi. A spirochete is a type of bacterium. Lyme disease is transmitted to dogs through the bite of a tick. Once in the blood stream, the Lyme disease organism is carried to many parts of the body and is likely to localize in joints. It was first thought that only a few types of ticks could transmit this disease, but now it appears that several common species may be involved. The most common type of tick to carry Lyme disease is the Deer Tick. Read more

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