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  • Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays from the staff at Briarwood Animal Hospital. We wish everyone a jolly and safe holiday and New Year!

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  • Senior Pet Wellness

    Senior pets experience more health problems which can be mistaken with the normal aging process. Let’s celebrate seniors during the winter months with our Celebrating Seniors Program. Call us today to book an appointment.

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  • Holiday Hazards

    Keep your pets Holly, Jolly and Oh-so-Safe this Holiday Season.

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  • Welcome to Briarwood Animal Hospital

    Serving the pet community since 1978. We will provide your furry family members with the best possible care!

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  • New Client?

    Register with Briarwood Animal Hospital to become a new client or contact us at 905-664-4888. We are located at 76 King Street East, Stoney Creek.

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Phone Us

905 664 4888

Contact Us

76 King Street East
Stoney Creek, Ontario
L8G 1K2

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Location Hours
Monday8:00am – 6:00pm
Tuesday8:00am – 6:00pm
Wednesday8:00am – 6:00pm
Thursday8:00am – 6:00pm
Friday8:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday8:00am – 12:00pm
SundayClosed

Emergency Process

Burgess Veterinary Emergency Clinic
775 Woodview Road, Burlington (Between Walkers & Guelph Line)
905-637-8111
www.bvec.com

  • Senior Care

    Just like people, your cat's or dog's health will change as it ages. Since pets age faster than people, major health changes can happen quickly. Especially for senior pets, early detection and treatment can help them live longer, healthier lives. Regular checkups can uncover hidden disease before it is clinically apparent.

  • What can I do to help?

    Similar to people in their "golden years," senior pets have an increased risk of diabetes, heart, endocrine disease and cancer. Because these diseases show few signs in early stages, preventative healthcare and routine bloodwork are very important.

    Schedule an annual wellness visit for your pet. Watch for changes in your pet's health. Tell your veterinarian immediately if you notice any changes in behaviour, diet, exercise/activity level or mobility.

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