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Fletcher's Creek Animal Hospital in Brampton, Ontario was established in 2004 to serve our Brampton community with high quality veterinary care, offered with a warm and personal touch. Dr. Gill will treat your pets like his own.
The Fletcher's Creek Veterinary Team knows that all problems cannot be solved in a quick 15-minute appointment and that is why our appointments are scheduled for a full 30 minutes with new puppy and kitten appointments lasting an hour. We never want you or your pet to feel rushed.
Warm blankets keep our cats and small dogs comfortable while large dogs are treated on the floor where they feel more comfortable. We use special pheromone diffusers and music therapy to create a calming environment. The best veterinary care can only happen when our patients can relax. Treats are always available.
Please feel free to call our team with questions, come for a visit or arrange a tour of our Brampton veterinary facility.
Brampton Veterinarian | Fletcher's Creek Animal Hospital | 905-495-6600
10 Earlsbridge Blvd., Unit 1
Brampton, ON L7A 3P1
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|Saturday||9:00 am||12:00 noon|
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