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LONG WEEKEND HOURS:

CLOSED July 1-2-3

REOPENING Monday, July 4th

Happy July 1st to all of our clients from the staff at TAH.  Stay safe! 

 

**IMPORTANT**

Timmins Animal Hospital is NOT closing.  Our clinic is open for business as usual and we promise we are not going anywhere.

 

NEW PATIENTS/CLIENTS ARE WELCOME!  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.  

 

COVID UPDATE FOR JUNE 2022:  Masks are no longer mandatory for entry to the clinic.  Please continue to wear one if: 1) You are immunocompromised and at high risk for severe illness; 2) Have symptoms of the virus or are a close contact of someone with Covid; 3) Are recovering from Covid. 

Continue to stay safe! 

Drug-Free and Soothing Pet Laser Therapy

Are the aches and stiffness of arthritis hindering the activities your older dog enjoys? Would you prefer a drug-free treatment for your cat’s skin allergy? The Timmins Animal Hospital is fully equipped to provide laser therapy to relieve your pet’s condition. Laser therapy has a variety of applications that can be used to keep your pet healthy and happy. We invite you to schedule a consultation to learn more about our pet laser therapy in Timmins.

What Is Laser Therapy?

The actual laser therapy uses low-level laser light that flows through a small, wand-like instrument, which is non-invasive and sends light energy (photons) deep into the affected tissues to promote healing on a cellular level. What your cat or dog will feel is gentle warmth that relaxes most pets like a soothing massage.

 

As a sterile, pain-free, surgery-free and drug-free treatment, laser therapy doesn’t have any side effects. From helping post-surgical healing to easing inflammation in joints, laser treatments are adapted to your pet’s unique physical characteristics and condition.

How Can Laser Therapy Help My Pet?

Laser therapy can help in many areas of your animal’s health. It is used to treat wounds, fractures, neurological conditions, skin problems and pain. Laser treatments for arthritis can be focused on single or multiple affected joints. From injury to aging, laser therapy can be effective for:

  • Wounds, cuts and bites
  • Allergies and infections
  • Inflammation
  • Sprains and strains
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Tendonitis and arthritis
  • Degenerative joint disease
  • Geriatric care

Timmins Animal Hospital

331 Algonquin Blvd W

Timmins, ON P4N 2R9

Hours

Monday - Friday

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Saturday

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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