Ask us about our weight loss program!
Is your pet overweight?
If so, Davisville Park Animal Hospital can help!
Did you know that a lot of pet owners aren’t even aware that their pets are overweight?
Here are a few reasons why your pet may be overweight
- Overfeeding/too much food
- Feeding too many treats
- Free choice (making food available at all times)
- Poor quality food
- Human food/table scraps
We encourage our clients to ensure their pets are at their ideal weight because many health concerns can arise with unhealthy weights. Here a just a few..
- Exercise intolerance
- Heat intolerance
- Heart problems
- Thyroid problems
- Breathing problems
- Increased anesthetic risk
If you think your pet may be overweight, please call us today and book a weight loss consult with one of our veterinary technicians.
Our weight loss programs come free of charge. All we ask of you is your compliance!
WELCOME DR. HEATHER NEELY
Heather grew up in Toronto but has spent most of the past decade living abroad. After graduating from Veterinary School in Ireland in 2014, she then completed an Emergency and Critical Care internship in the United States. Following her internship, Heather went on to practice both preventative and emergency medicine in Sydney, Australia. Heather’s largest medical interests lie in surgery and internal medicine. Now that she is home, she spends her spare time enjoying the company of her beautiful Husky cross named Lacey, and visiting the Great Lakes with her as often as she can.
WELCOME VANESSA, OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR
Vanessa has been working with Steve since 2015. She recently joined the Davisville Park family in September of 2017 as the office administrator. She brings over 8 years experience of working within the veterinary field. She has always loved animals and from a very young age wanted to work in the veterinary field to help care for pets. When she’s not taking care of her two cats, Daymian and Monty, her dog Louie or her husband, she enjoys painting and reading.
WELCOME SNAA, REGISTERED VETERINARY TECHNICIAN
Snaa is from Toronto and has been a registered technician since 2013. She is experienced with working in emergency and critical care as well as in general practice. Snaa’s medical interests lie with surgery and anesthesia . She currently lives with her boyfriend, Richard, her dog, Jade, her two cats, Wiki and Zuko and ball python, Chade. In her free time, she loves bringing her dog on long hikes through the park.
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