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Kingston Regional Pet Hospital

Kingston Regional Pet Hospital clinicKingston Regional Pet Hospital is a fully staffed after hours clinic for your pets emergency needs during evening, weekend and holiday hours when your regular veterinarian is unavailable.

We are located at 1381 Midland Ave, Unit #10 in Kingston, ON.

Although we understand it is not always possible, we recommended that you call us at (613)634-5370 prior to heading to the Kingston Regional Pet Hospital so we can expect your arrival and pass on any additional information.


From the 401 East or West Bound:

Take Gardiners Road/County Rd.38 exit - EXIT 611.
Head south on Gardiners Rd.
Merge right onto Midland Ave.
Go around a slight bend, Kingston Regional Pet Hospital is located on your right.
***Please note - drive way is just past Macrow St. If you reach Tivoli St - you have gone too far***

From Princess St:

From the East - turn RIGHT onto Midland Ave. (McDonalds and Toys R' Us on each corner)

From the West - turn LEFT onto Midland Ave. (McDonalds and Toys R' Us on each corner)

Head NORTH on Midland Ave for approximately 2 kilometers.
Keep driving past Loblaws, Walmart, Cataraqui Pet Hospital, Cataraqui Woods Drive, Country Time Furniture, Tivoli Ave. 
Kingston Regional Pet Hospital is located on your left - the last unit in the 2 sections of strip plazas.


***Please note - we ARE NOT located where the Cataraqui Pet Hospital is***

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Emergency Pet Care

Kingston Regional Pet Hospital is an after hours/emergency clinic owned by shareholders of local clinics in the region.

We are fully equipped and fully staffed hospital available for your pets medical needs during the hours your regular veterinarian is not available.

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Our Services

Kingston Regional Pet Hospital is well equipped to handle medical and surgical emergencies and perform life-saving procedures. A veterinarian and support team are always on-site during our hours of operation.

We are able to perform in-house diagnostics such as routine blood and urine analysis as well as radiographs (x-rays).

Our clinic has the abiltity to provide oxygen supplementation, blood transfusions, general anesthesia and monitoring, surgery, post-operative care, as well as intensive care treatment.

Your primary care veterinarian may refer you and your pet to us in the event that they should need continuing intensive care and/or observation during overnight periods, holidays, or weekends.

Please keep in mind that according to law, we must have our veterinarian on duty perform an examination on your animal before we can dispense any kind of medication.


Our Team

Our team at the Kingston Regional Pet Hospital consists of full and part time veterinarians, full and part time veterinary technicians and part time veterinary assistants.

Payment Options

We accept Cash, Debit, Visa and MasterCard. We do not offer credit to our clients. A deposit is required upon admittance to hospital of your pet.

Pet Insurance

If your pet has pet insurance, please bring your company's claim form, as well as your policy number, and our veterinarian's will gladly complete the claim form for your visit.



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Pets need regular check-ups, just like we do. Annual examinations should be perfomed, even on pets that seem healthy, so that your veterinarian will have a chance to evaluate your pet for subtle signs of possible illness. This is also a time to discuss diet and exercise, behavioral changes, and ways to ensure your pet's continued health and wellbeing as they become older.

Many foods and medications that are fine for us can be dangerous and even fatal for our furry companions. Chocolate, grapes, raisins, and even onions can cause health problems. Over the counter pain relievers often cause intestinal ulcers, but also can cause liver and kidney failure even in small doses. Check out our Pet Tips page for more information, and remember- ALWAYS check with a veterinarian before giving any medication to your pet!