We are experiency some extended delivery delays of between 3 to 5 open days for all orders.
Some products are also back order for undetermined period of time.
Make sure to contact us a few days ahead to have your order ready.
In order to facilitate food and prescriptions orders as well as reducing phone calls,
food and prescription orders must be placed
text messaging at (450) 263-1414 or by email at reception@cvetc.com.
However, if you have to contact us by phone to place your order, allow a two (2) days delay for a call back.
DO NOT COME TO THE CLINIC if we haven’t call you to confirm your order is ready.
Wait for someone to contact you to confirm your order is ready prior to coming by the clinic.

Ticks season has begun! Like for ticks, it's the high season for us too. Please contact us 24h ahead to have your parasites prevention ready for pick up.
We are also experiencing some delay for check-up appointments. Schedual your appointment today as it might take up to 3 weeks for availabilities.
Our clinic Since its opening, several changes have taken place in our establishment. These improvements allow us to welcome your animals in spaces adapted to their specific needs. Our priority The team at the Clinique Vétérinaire Cowansville is made up of 3 veterinarians, qualified technicians, receptionists and pet nurses who are dedicated to the well-being of your animals. More information Taking care of your pets Quality service A range of services is offered by a highly qualified team using state-of-the-art equipment. More information Focused on prevention Prevention is better than cure. In addition to having considerable resources to care for your animals, we also have a contact network to meet your highest requirements.
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Your animal needs care?

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Rely on our team of experts, our unparalleled service and facilities designed to provide quality care to your favorite pet.


Consultations begin with a meeting with the technician to find the problem with your animal, to take the patient’s medical history, vital signs and weight.


Since animals cannot tell if they have a toothache, it is possible to do dental exams to assess the need for cleaning.


Your pet does not like being moved or moving it too complicated? Do not worry. We also offer home consultation service.


We perform sterilization from Monday to Friday. The clinic offers you the possibility to bring your animals the day before their surgery or the same morning.


We carry out nails trims, cleaning and hair removal of the ears as well as the emptying of the anal glands. These tasks are performed by a qualified technician.


We will be pleased to advise you on the best food available for your pet for preventive, maintenance and special care.

Take a look a our complete list of our services



Resuming regulars services

We are happy to announce that we are gradually resuming some services such as vaccination and sterilization while respecting hygiene measure and physical distanciation. STERILIZATION If your appointment has been cancelled in the past two...

0 / / June 05, 2020

Appointment conduct

Present yourself at the time of your appointment. If you arrive ahead of time, we might ask you to wait outside. Only one person per consultation is authorized. Exception can be made if you are...

0 / / June 05, 2020


Considering the COVID-19 situation, we have made important decisions for the well-being of all. Please make notes that the following changes. Starting on March 23rd, we will only take emergency. We will be open...

0 / / March 19, 2020

Our Veterinary Team


At Clinique Vétérinaire Cowansville, the team is made up of 4 experienced veterinarians devoted to animal welfare. With the assistance of 11 technicians, our veterinarians will be able to meet all your animal health needs.

Robert Brault


Dr. Brault received his B.Sc. from the MacDonald Campus of McGill University in 1988. He went on to earn his Ph.D. in Veterinary Medicine from Université de Montréal.

Cathy Roy


Dr. Roy received a diploma in Animal Health Techniques from Cégep de Sherbrooke in 2001, and worked with small animals in Granby.

Stéphanie Richer


Dr. Stéphanie Richer graduated with Honours from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Université de Montréal in 2002, and has been a small animal veterinarian ever since.