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Welcome to Williamsburg Veterinary Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Kitchener, ON
Call us at 519-571-7221
The Williamsburg Veterinary Hospital (WVH) was established in 2005. We provide medical, surgical and dental care to both cats and dogs. Your pet's health and well being are our priority.
We believe that patient and client care are extremely important and will provide you with service that will exceed your expectations. We understand that for many people, pets are an integral part of your family and not just animals. Our team of veterinarians, registered veterinary technicians, receptionists and veterinary assistants work together to provide the best care possible to your pet.
Our services include:
•puppy and kitten examinations
•general wellness exams
•flea and heartworm prevention programs
•front paw declawing (for cats)
•weight loss programs
At Williamsburg Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Anne Woolstencroft & Associates
Kitchener Veterinarian | Williamsburg Veterinary Hospital | 519-571-7221
106-325 Max Becker Drive
Kitchener, ON N2E 4H5
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