Our Medical Clinic
Eagleson Veterinary Clinic is open to new patients who need urgent care. Our pet health care team’s extensive experience in medical emergencies ensures that your pet will receive first-class treatment.
If your situation falls under one of the following issues listed to the left, give us a call immediately! We will assist you in the best way we can. They can not wait a couple of days to be seen by a veterinarian. We can not guarantee that we will be the best facility for your situation, but we will ensure your pet gets the best care possible. If our veterinarian in our facility is available, we will compensate for your needs.
Proper diagnoses and a unique treatment plan will lead to the most successful outcome with medical appointments. Doctors follow up with every assessment to ensure healthy behaviour with their treatment plan. During the follow-up, you may address any concerns you still have(if any), and the doctor will answer any questions you might have. We will schedule a recheck exam if the situation has not settled.
Critical care Authorization
Your pet may be presented in a critical or life-threatening state. In order to prevent incorrect assumptions and miscommunications, we require authorization to initiate and/or continue acute care to attempt to stabilize your pet as well as obtain your acceptance of financial responsibility for the care.
Dr. Farhad Ghasemi, “Dr. G”, has been practicing small animal medicine for more than 10 years. He completed a specialty /residency in Theriogenology at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatoon. Dr. G has worked at small animal emergency hospitals in Windsor, Ottawa, and March Road Veterinary Hospital for many years, and finally joined the Eagleson Veterinary Clinic team in April, 2019. Dr. G particularly enjoys emergency medicine, a variety of soft tissue surgery, dermatology, ultrasound and dentistry. He has completed specialty courses in abdominal ultrasound, root canals, and extensive dentistry. He is also developing expertise in canine cruciate repair surgeries.
Abdominal ultrasounds will evaluate pets with abdominal symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea, straining to urinate, or urinating blood. This test can also be helpful in cases of reproductive abnormalities, unexplained fever, loss of appetite, or weight loss. An abdominal ultrasound will be the next course of action if an X-ray, blood test, or physical examination indicates a problem with an abdominal organ such as the liver, spleen, or pancreas. As with people, the abdominal ultrasound will detect early pregnancy and determine the number of fetuses later in the pregnancy.
We take referrals for canine and feline orthopaedic care. While not board-certified, Dr. Ammar is practicing, well equipped, and has an excellent repertoire of surgical procedures in his portfolio that demonstrate successful and healthy outcomes for his patients.
PetCard: Financial Support
Unforeseen medical expenses can be hard to deal with, but Petcard is here to help. With Petcard you may rest easier knowing your care is being covered.
Euthanasia is an option to humanely relieve suffering or pain when a pet is very unwell or suffering from an incurable disease, also known as putting to sleep.
The decision to say goodbye to your pet is never an easy one. It is not simple to know the most optimal time to say goodbye. No one is ever fully ready to say goodbye, but no one wants to see a loved one suffering. We are here to help you out during these times, and we will provide needed compassion and support. A private room is dedicated to these moments to give you the time needed to say goodbye. Gateway Pet Memorial is the service our clinic is associated with for aftercare options.