Alcona Animal Hospital

Centrally located to Barrie, Bradford, Cookstown and Innisfil, Alcona Vet Clinic treats cats and dogs
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Alcona's Full Service Animal Hospital

With over 30 years of combined experience, Dr's Anne Paquette and Paul Neilan are overjoyed to have opened a brand new state of the art facility in the heart of Alcona. The Alcona Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary hospital. We are proud to be able to offer our patients a full range of veterinary services on site. If you require a service you don't see listed, please contact us so we can help you find what you need.
 
Proudly serving Innisfil, Barrie, Bradford and surrounding areas
 

Our Services

We are a full service Animal Hospital located in the Heart of Alcona in Innisfil Ontario specializing in Cats and Dogs.  To see our list of services, click below.

Our Team

Both veterinarians, Dr. Paquette and Dr. Neilan graduated from University of Guelph and have practiced veterinary medicine for over 30 years combined.

Our Star Patients

We take pride in our four-legged patients and sometimes their families like to share their pictures with us...animal pictures are always so cute!

You and your "best friend" are in good hands!

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Alcona Animal Hospital in the Innisfil Santa Clause Parade!

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Innisfil Santa Claus Parade 2016!   The Innisfil Santa Claus Parade was on Sunday November 27th and all the staff and their four legged family members had a great time walking the parade route!  The weather was mild and the holiday spirit was felt by everyone!   Our Dog andRead the Rest…

Pet Obesity

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Today is Pet Obesity Awareness Day! Food and treats do not equal love! Too many treats or overfeeding is actually dangerous for our pets. Overweight pets are at risk of developing one or more serious health issues and this is not what any pet owner wants. These health risks include,Read the Rest…

Holiday Hazards This Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving Holiday Hazards With the Thanksgiving long weekend approaching, we wanted to remind everyone of the dangers that could put our pets in danger this holiday season.   Most people enjoy feasts this time of year, some with yummy turkey. Turkey and the skin can lead to gastrointestinal upsets andRead the Rest…

Rabies Month Awareness

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    September is Rabies Awareness Month and September 28th 2016 is World Rabies day. We wanted to take this opportunity to provide some information regarding this fatal disease.   Rabies is a viral disease that affects the central nervous system of domestic and wild mammals as well as humans.Read the Rest…

Dixie

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Zooey

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Homemade and Raw Diets : Raw Deal?

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Information About Homemade and Raw Diets : Raw Deal?   Many pet owners out there today are turning to homemade and raw diets in the hopes that it will be healthier for their pets. These diets can be good in certain situations if the time is taken to research their pet’s specific nutritionalRead the Rest…

Porscha

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Lucy

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In Memoriam: Lucy

Enjoying The Warmer Weather?

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We are too! Unfortunately the warmer weather also brings some hazards for our pets.     Please remember that if it’s too hot for you outside, it is definitely too hot for your pets! If you’re going for a long hike or car ride remember to take water for youRead the Rest…

Inside a dog examination room at the simcoe area based animal clinic in Innisfil

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