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CLOSED Saturday, Sept 3rd to Monday, Sept 5th

REOPENING Tuesday, Sept 6th

Our answering service will be available to assist our registered clients with any emergencies.  Enjoy your weekend and stay safe!  



Please head over to our Facebook page (Timmins AH) for an important post regarding the status of our clinic.  Direct link can be found under the "Contact" subheading below. We can also be found on Instagram and LinkedIn! 



You need to be registered as a client and have your pet seen by us first in order to be able to access our after-hours emergency services.  We cannot accept non-clients for emergencies after business hours, but do accept them during certain opening times, as our schedule allows.  Please enquire about our fee for non-clients.  


Read Our Pet Blog

At Timmins Animal Hospital, our focus is on the well-being of your pets. To help you care for your pets in the best way possible, we offer this blog full of different tips and tricks for keeping your pets healthy. We also offer advice and considerations to keep in mind for the different seasons.

Read our blogs, and if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

  • 14/07/2020
    Timmins Animal Hospital Important Reasons to Spay or Neuter Your Pet

    Spaying Your Female Pet (Ovariohysterectomy)

    Removal of the ovaries and uterus. 

    The ideal age is 5-6 months.

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  • 14/07/2020

    Your pet has an overweight problem. This may be very detrimental to his or her health and can contribute to many medical disorders:

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  • 14/07/2020
    Help Your Pet Stay Cool This Summer

    It’s great to enjoy the summer with your pet.  But it’s also the time when they have the greatest risk of injury and heat-related health problems. So here are some tips on keeping things cool this summer.

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  • 14/07/2020
    Dental Care

    Proper care of the teeth is one of the most important and often ignored preventive health measures for your pet. In many cases, it will add years to your pet’s life!

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  • 14/07/2020
    Bloat May Endanger Your Dog’s Life

    Owners of one of the large, deep-chested breed dogs such as the Great Dane, Boxer, St-Bernard, Bloodhound or Irish Wolfhound should be aware of a gastric condition termed “bloat”. Bloat happens when the dog’s stomach fills with air and fluids.

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  • 22/06/2020
    12 Rules for Training Dogs

    Helpful tips for training your dog!

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  • 07/11/2016
    Cold Weather Considerations for Your Pets


    Road salt can cause irritations and chemical burns to the pads of your dog’s feet with prolonged exposure (i.e. during walks).

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  • 07/11/2016
    Holiday Hazards for Pets

    The holidays come with many festivities, decorations and foods for everyone to enjoy. However, some pose serious health risks to our pets.

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Timmins Animal Hospital

331 Algonquin Blvd W

Timmins, ON P4N 2R9


Monday - Friday

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Sunday - Closed


Please be advised:  the clinic is open every Saturday except on long weekends.   

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