37 Bruce Street
Kitchener, ON N2B 1Y4

Mon – Sat : 8:00AM – 6:00PM
Sun : Closed



Exams & Vaccinations



One of our licensed veterinarians will take a thorough history, perform a physical examination and discuss any treatments needed to address your pet’s health concerns. At Close Veterinary Clinic, we are equipped to handle a wide variety of medical conditions, including emergencies!

Pet Surgery



Pets are a major part of many families and they deserve the best medical care. When it comes to surgery for your pet, you want the best surgeon available. You want a surgeon who is knowledgeable, experienced, and has a proven track record of success.

Spay Neuter



Spaying females or neutering males eliminates unwanted litters, which contributes to thousands of euthanasia procedures and millions of stray animals. These procedures can help your pet live a longer, healthier life, minimize behavior problems, and help control the population of unwanted pets.

Medical Consultation



Wellness exams give us a chance to evaluate the overall health of your pet while also giving us a baseline for their own unique bodies and tendencies. They also allow us to detect potential problems before they become serious, and even make your pet more familiar with our veterinary hospital, making future visits easier on them and you.




We are a fully equipped clinic with in-house diagnostic lab machines. Within minutes, we can run and evaluate comprehensive blood profiles, urinalysis and cytology. In the rare event that a blood sample needs to be sent out of clinic for testing, one of our reference laboratories would provide results within 24 hours.




A veterinary ultrasound is a highly useful tool when evaluating heart conditions. It can detect alterations in abdominal organs and assist in the recognition of any cysts and tumors that may be present. Many times, x-rays will be utilized in combination with an ultrasound as they reveal the size, dimension, and position of the organ.




Most of us spend time grooming, feeding and playing with our pets but we might not spend much time brushing their teeth. Your pets’ oral health is an important part of their overall well-being. We recommend annual oral exams to evaluate your friends’ teeth and gums and to make recommendations to deter and delay the onset of periodontal disease, as well as to treat existing problems.