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Welcome to Harris Animal Hospital

Your Veterinarian in Woodstock, ON
Call us at 519-537-6512

ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS, CALL TODAY!

The vets and techs at Harris Animal Hospital will work with you in our warm, friendly environment to provide excellent, compassionate, lifelong health care for your pet family member. veterinarian_dog.png

Are you looking for a vet who will really listen to you and help you in every way possible with your beloved dogs and cats? Harris Animal Hospital is tucked away on Pavey Street in Woodstock, Ontario, we have been helping people with their pets for over 30 years.

We are a full service, small animal veterinary hospital. Our veterinary team aims to provide the best quality veterinary medical, preventative, surgical and dental care. We offer services primarily for dogs and cats, but we also welcome rabbits and pocket pets. To help you complete the care of your pet we also provide grooming, and a puppy preschool program.

We thank you for your interest in our hospital. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call. Our experienced and knowledgeable staff would be more than happy to answer your questions at: 519-537-6512.

Our sister clinic is the Woodstock Veterinary Hospital, which provides surgical and dental services for our clients. Visit the website: Woodstock Veterinary Hospital

At Harris Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Esther Duschinsky, Dr. Jane Chasowy
Woodstock Veterinarian | Harris Animal Hospital | 519-537-6512

747 Pavey St
Woodstock, ON N4S2L7

Emergency Services


For after hour emergencies our clients can call our regular phone number to receive contact information for the London Veterinary Emergency Clinic. At the VEC there are veterinarians and technicians on staff all night and all weekend, so if your pet needs emergency examination, surgery, diagnostics (ie. x-rays, bloodwork) and/or treatments , these can be offered in a timely and appropriate manner. This ensures that your pet receives the best level of care when our clinic is closed.

London Emergency Clinic: 519-432-7341.

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