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Quinte Animal Hospital – Where Pets are Treated Like Family

Quinte Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary clinic located in the heart of down town Quinte West. Our clinic is owned and operated by Dr. Maria Ostrovskaya.

We are proud to serve our community for everything pet-related. We offer a range of services including but not limited to: preventative care and wellness examinations, surgical services, diagnostic imaging and dentistry.

We love working with pet-owners to keep their pets healthy year round. We know how important these furry friends are to their families, so we strive to provide the loving care they deserve in every exam, surgery or procedure.

New patients are always welcome. Please feel free to give us a call to schedule an appointment for us to meet you and your pet – or even come by for a tour of our hospital. We would be happy to answer any questions you may have – we can be reached at 613.392.8900.

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We have some lovely cats who are "overjoyed" πŸ™ƒwith their new clothes!
We are pleased to offer the Medical Pet Shirt as an option after abdominal surgeries and our 3 models are collecting votes in order to win a prize! 🎁🎁

Comment below with the number corresponding to your vote and the winner will receive their prize on Monday! βŒšοΈπŸ€©πŸ˜ƒ

To schedule a pre-surgical consultation, or with any questions or concerns, please reach out to us via text, call, message or email!
(613) 392-8900 QAHreception@outlook.com

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We need your help! πŸ™ƒ
We have some of the cutest, fanciest, smartest, best-est patients in the world and we need some pictures to complete our March Facebook cover. 😍🀩

So send us some pics and we will randomly use 4 in our cover! The cover will be complete on March 16! ⌚️

Call, text, message or email us if you ever have a question, a concern or to book an appointment!
(613) 392-8900 QAHreception@outlook.com

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Dental Month is now complete and we fulfilled our dental club goal!
We performed many dental cleanings, free dental exams and taught home dental care options to many clients. πŸ˜€
We tracked some statistics while we went along and here are the results! 🧐
Percentage of pets with each grade of dental disease:
Grade 0 (normal) = 15%
Grade 1 = 20%
Grade 2 = 31%
Grade 3 = 19%
Grade 4 = 15%

3% of pets have their teeth brushed once a week or more. 97% of pets never have their teeth brushed! 🀭🀭

We are still more than happy to discuss home dental care options with anyone who would like to take the time.
Message, call, text or email us! We are here for you! 😍
613 392-8900
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Rusty came by for a visit and a cuddle with Dr. Runciman a couple days ago. 😍
Kisses were exchanged πŸ˜›

Schedule your puppy visit by messaging us, texting (613) 392-8900 or giving us a call!
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This sad kitty came in for a lion cut after his owner tried to groom at home with scissors. βœ‚οΈβœ‚οΈπŸ˜Ώ

Please never use scissors to try and remove matts. We see animals with varying sizes of cuts from scissors quite frequently.
Even with clippers, sensitive areas can get nicked, so always consult a professional if you have a concern. πŸ™‚πŸ‘©β€βš•οΈ
Luckily Tito will heal up with time and is at home with his family. πŸ‘

If you would like to schedule a lion cut for your cat 🦁 or need help with some matts, please contact us.
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This is a slideshow in honor of World Spay Day! These images show parts of the procedures that a female patient undergoes on her day of surgery. This is Rose's story! (it's a bit long!) πŸ˜€

First she was examined by the doctor and was given some sedation.
Then she had an IV catheter placed and was given oxygen by mask while being put under anesthetic.
Rose was intubated so that we can provide oxygen as well as anesthetic gas while protecting her airways. We place socks on our patient's feet to help them maintain body temperature.
Our veterinary team shaved her belly and applied surgical prep solution. Our RVT, Brittany, administered local anesthetic just under the skin where the incision will be - this provides additional pain control.
Rose is moved into the surgical suite and a final prep is applied to clean her skin. She is on a warming table and wrapped in towels. The doctor comes in and applies sterile drapes to reduce any contamination.
Dr. Runciman performed Rose's surgery and she was then recovered.
Our RVT is with Rose when she wakes up and records how Rose is progressing every few minutes. Each patient is provided a warmed stuffed toy to wake up and snuggle with.
Once Rose is fully awake, she is offered food and water. After a few hours, Rose has her IV catheter removed and IV fluids are disconnected.
The final photo is Dr. Runciman cuddling her patient!

For more information or to have your questions answered, please do not hesitate to reach out to us!
Text or call: (613) 392-8900. Email: QAHreception@outlook.com or Message us!
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This little kitty was brought in to the hospital as an emergency. She was thought to have chewed on some hand warmer packets.
It was eventually determined that she had ingested some marijuana butter that had been left on the counter. 😞
She received some fluids, anti-nausea medications and other treatments and went home to recover after spending a few hours with us.
Please protect your pets from marijuana ingestion, it is harmful and dangerous for them. πŸ‘

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Quinte Animal Hospital – Where Pets are Treated Like Family

Office Hours:

Monday to Friday: 8:00am 6:00pm

Saturday: 8:00am 3:00pm

Sunday: closed

Please note:
We are closed on Tuesdays from 2-3pm for weekly staff training.
We are closed on Statutory Holidays.