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    We have moved! Come By And Check Us Out!

    Come by and see our new place. 107-30 Stafford Road! 613-820-0443

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    Welcome to Lynwood Animal Hospital!

    Lynwood Animal Hospital is NOW located at 107-30 Stafford Road Nepean, ON K2H 8W1. You can give us a call or come by and see our new place! 613-820-0443

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    Our Blog

    Helpful information and heartwarming stories from Lynwood Animal Hospital. Visit us here for tidbits about dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and reptiles.

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    Avian Specialist on staff

    Dr. Robin Roscoe is the only board certified avian specialist in Eastern Ontario. Meet her here!

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    Meet Lynwood Animal Hospital’s clinic bird!

    Clyde was hatched right here in Ottawa and has lived and worked at Lynwood Animal Hospital most of his life. Read his story!

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    At Lynwood Animal Hospital, we offer a wide variety of veterinary services. Please visit the Services section for more details!

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In the News

Our Blog

  • Egg Laying in Birds

    July 9, 2014

    Many female birds, especially cockatiels and smaller breeds, will lay an egg at some…

  • We’re Moving!!

    May 8, 2014

     Taken in approximately 1979. Mrs. Nash’s daughter, Cheryl and her friend  …

  • Tooth Resorption

    February 13, 2014

    Last week for Pet Dental Health Month, we explored retained deciduous, or baby,…

After-hours Emergency Hospital

The Animal Emergency doctors may not always have the same intimate knowledge of, or comfort level in dealing with certain species of animals as we do at Lynwood Animal Hospital. We have worked with the Animal Emergency doctors and staff so they are able to stabilize your pet and get them through an emergency to the best of their abilities.

Found Injured and/or Orphaned Wildlife?

For birds, click here.

For other wildlife (bunnies, squirrels, raccoons, etc.), click here.

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