Call Us Immediately In Case of an Emergency
Are you concerned about your pet's health? Don't wait any longer - call Eagleson Veterinary Clinic now! Our team of experienced veterinarians is standing by, ready to provide the care your pet needs. Whether it's a routine check-up or a medical emergency, we are here to help. We understand that your pet is an important member of your family, and we are committed to providing the highest level of care and attention. So don't hesitate - to pick up the phone and give us a call. We are here for you and your furry loved ones.
Our experienced veterinarian is skilled in performing various orthopedic procedures, including fracture and ligament repairs. We also offer pre-surgical consultations to help you understand the options available and make an informed decision about your pet's care.
Our Orthopaedic Team
Dr. Ammar, while not board-certified, performs all orthopedic surgeries at our veterinary hospital. His success portfolio has patients recovering and healing faster than ever.
Our orthopedic team also includes registered veterinary technicians and veterinary assistants. They ensure that your pet is well prepared for Dr. Ammar to perform the necessary repairs.
Aftercare can seem a little intimidating at first glance. Our team demonstrates the proper care you will have to do before you leave our facility. A detailed instruction manual will also be in your email when you pick up your little one.
The following are acceptable referrals:
Cruciate Ligament Injury Repairs (Extracapsular, TPLO)
Repair of Fractures and Broken Bones
Patellar Luxation Repair
Jaw Fracture Repair
Our in-clinic ultrasound studies allow us to get a detailed look at your pet's internal organs, providing valuable information that can help us diagnose and treat a variety of conditions. These non-invasive studies are quick and painless for your pet, and can often be completed on the same day as your appointment.
Dr. Farhad Ghasemi, “Dr. G”, has been practicing small animal medicine for over 10 years. His residency in Theriogenology was completed in Saskatoon, Western College of Veterinary Medicine. He has completed courses in abdominal ultrasound, root canals, and extensive dentistry. He worked at an emergency hospital in Windsor, Ottawa, and March Road Vet for many years.
Abdominal Ultrasounds help our vet examine your pet’s internal organs. This includes their liver, spleen, stomach, intestines, kidneys, bladder, uterus, and prostate gland. Also, it provides the vet with a view of abnormalities such as masses, fluid, and lymph nodes.