Imperial Road Animal Hospital

Imperial Road Animal Hospital Offering caring and compassionate veterinary services for all family pets, horses, cows and more. Imperial Road Animal Hospital located in Aylmer, ON offers caring and compassionate veterinary services for all family pets, horses, cows and more.
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Aside from routine preventative care and surgery, we provide dental care, digital radiography, ultrasound, an in-house diagnostic laboratory, 4 large animal mobile veterinary units, drive-in equine centre, and a 24 hour emergency service. One of our veterinarians also provides chiropractic, acupuncture, and chinese herbal consulations.

Operating as usual

Do you take pride in providing excellent customer service? Do you love working with people and pets?We are looking for a...
09/28/2020

Do you take pride in providing excellent customer service? Do you love working with people and pets?

We are looking for a receptionist to join our team for 4-5 days per week and one Saturday morning per month. As a Receptionist at Imperial Road Animal Hospital, you will be expected to wow our customers with great client care, communicate with team members in a friendly and positive manner, triage emergency calls, liaison between veterinarians and clients, complete transactions, reminder phone calls, and assist in inventory management.

The ideal candidate for this position is an individual with experience in customer service, has stellar communication skills, excellent time management skills, and works well both independently and as part of a team. Experience with Impromed Infinity and knowledge of horses would be an asset but is not a requirement.

Applications may be submitted through Indeed:
https://ca.indeed.com/viewjob?t=receptionist&jk=525922ea52e39d38&_ga=2.73896596.721037080.1601165551-1165760730.1601052004

Arnold has found a home! 🥰Mr. Arnold found his way into our Office Manager, Maria’s backyard a couple months back and di...
09/09/2020

Arnold has found a home! 🥰

Mr. Arnold found his way into our Office Manager, Maria’s backyard a couple months back and did not want to leave! After a long while of trying to find where he came from, he is ready to be rehomed! He LOVES pets and to chat! He loves to explore, but also loves people! He has a great purr! We think he would make a great barn cat too, since he is comfortable being outside.

He is about 8 months old, fully vaccinated, flea treated, and dewormed, and has been neutered!

We wanted to give you a little more info about the critters we have available for adoption!Today is all about Primrose!P...
08/21/2020

We wanted to give you a little more info about the critters we have available for adoption!

Today is all about Primrose!

Prim LOVES to play! She goes wild for some string or a ball! She has a great purr and likes to be held! She does also appreciate a good quiet spot to sleep and can often be found on the seat of a chair catching some zzz’s! She does quite well for nail trims, although she likes to try to become a pretzel! She is a very sweet girl and is ready for a home!

Primrose is about 12 weeks old, she has had her first 2 sets of vaccines, flea treatment, and deworming. Her adoption fee is $150, and will include her final kitten vaccines, and her spay once she is old enough (6 months old).

Please fill out our adoption application below if you are interested in making this little critter your new family member!

https://imperialroad.ca/adoption-form/

This affectionate little guy seems to be lost! He turned up in our office Manager’s yard a few days ago and is missing h...
08/11/2020

This affectionate little guy seems to be lost! He turned up in our office Manager’s yard a few days ago and is missing his family! He has a notch in his ear and LOVES snuggles! If he is yours, or you know who he belongs to, please give us a call 519.773.8186 or send us an email [email protected]
Please share to help this sweetie find his way home!

We still have cats up for adoption! One tabby and white kitten, the black kitten, and Wilma are still available! If you ...
08/05/2020

We still have cats up for adoption! One tabby and white kitten, the black kitten, and Wilma are still available!

If you are interested in adopting please fill out our adoption application form online!

https://imperialroad.ca/adoption-form/

We have kittens!

They have all had their first set of vaccines and deworming!

They are all very sweet and loving! They have been exposed to other cats and have had some exposure to dogs. The two girls are a bit shy, but they love to play with string! With a little patience, they will be brave little kittens in no time! The male loves being held and has a great purr! With Covid we have not had as many socialization opportunities-but they are sweeties!

The kittens are about 10-12 weeks old. There are 2 females and 1 male. The adoption fee for the females is $150 and the adoption fee for the male is $100. The adoption fee includes the next 2 sets of vaccines, deworming, and spay or neuter.

We also have a very special kitty looking for a loving home to call her own!

She had a rough start – she came to us with an injured eye – which we were not able to save, but it does not slow her down! She loves snuggles and pets – she loves to roll and flop around for scritches!

She is fully vaccinated and dewormed, and has been spayed. Her adoption fee is $150.

Please fill out our adoption application below if you are interested in adopting your new family member!

https://imperialroad.ca/adoption-form/

❤️ Kittens and a sweet-as-pie one-eyed adult cat looking for homes! ❤️
07/28/2020

❤️ Kittens and a sweet-as-pie one-eyed adult cat looking for homes! ❤️

We have kittens!

They have all had their first set of vaccines and deworming!

They are all very sweet and loving! They have been exposed to other cats and have had some exposure to dogs. The two girls are a bit shy, but they love to play with string! With a little patience, they will be brave little kittens in no time! The male loves being held and has a great purr! With Covid we have not had as many socialization opportunities-but they are sweeties!

The kittens are about 10-12 weeks old. There are 2 females and 1 male. The adoption fee for the females is $150 and the adoption fee for the male is $100. The adoption fee includes the next 2 sets of vaccines, deworming, and spay or neuter.

We also have a very special kitty looking for a loving home to call her own!

She had a rough start – she came to us with an injured eye – which we were not able to save, but it does not slow her down! She loves snuggles and pets – she loves to roll and flop around for scritches!

She is fully vaccinated and dewormed, and has been spayed. Her adoption fee is $150.

Please fill out our adoption application below if you are interested in adopting your new family member!

https://imperialroad.ca/adoption-form/

We have kittens!They have all had their first set of vaccines and deworming!They are all very sweet and loving! They hav...
07/28/2020

We have kittens!

They have all had their first set of vaccines and deworming!

They are all very sweet and loving! They have been exposed to other cats and have had some exposure to dogs. The two girls are a bit shy, but they love to play with string! With a little patience, they will be brave little kittens in no time! The male loves being held and has a great purr! With Covid we have not had as many socialization opportunities-but they are sweeties!

The kittens are about 10-12 weeks old. There are 2 females and 1 male. The adoption fee for the females is $150 and the adoption fee for the male is $100. The adoption fee includes the next 2 sets of vaccines, deworming, and spay or neuter.

We also have a very special kitty looking for a loving home to call her own!

She had a rough start – she came to us with an injured eye – which we were not able to save, but it does not slow her down! She loves snuggles and pets – she loves to roll and flop around for scritches!

She is fully vaccinated and dewormed, and has been spayed. Her adoption fee is $150.

Please fill out our adoption application below if you are interested in adopting your new family member!

https://imperialroad.ca/adoption-form/

Happy Birthday Canada!Imperial Road Animal Hospital is closed today to celebrate Canada day with our families.  We will ...
07/01/2020

Happy Birthday Canada!

Imperial Road Animal Hospital is closed today to celebrate Canada day with our families. We will reopen tomorrow morning at 8am.

For large animal emergencies please call 519-773-8186 to speak with our answering service.

Emergency care for small animals is available 24/7 at the London Regional Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital.

Have you tried our webstore?  MyVetStore.ca/ImperialRoad
05/29/2020

Have you tried our webstore? MyVetStore.ca/ImperialRoad

As we continue to encourage physical distancing, we will be maintaining our current curbside care model and will provide...
05/20/2020

As we continue to encourage physical distancing, we will be maintaining our current curbside care model and will provide curbside pickup of food and medication refills as much as possible. To help facilitate this, we are pleased to introduce our online store. Orders can be placed online for delivery to your home or for curbside pick up. For a limited time, free home delivery is available for food orders greater than $50. In addition, an auto-order is available for many prescription diet options that will allow you to take advantage of additional discounts.

Please visit our online store at myvetstore.ca/imperialroad

05/19/2020

COVID-19 UPDATE

As of today, we have been cleared to provide non-urgent services including wellness, vaccinations and elective surgeries.

Please be patient with us as due to physical distancing protocols, and a smaller than normal staff, it is still not business as usual. Our doors remain closed at present to clients and we ask that you continue to call in advance to order food and prescription refills for curbside pick up.

Our phones are busier than normal, so to schedule your pet's annual wellness appointment or non-urgent surgery, please email us at [email protected]

Thanks again for your patience and your continued patronage during these uncertain times.

Your pet health care team.

04/19/2020

We’ve had some questions about wheezing cats! Here’s some general information for you. Any pet with breathing difficulty should be examined by a veterinarian, and one with a severe wheeze with difficulty exercising, breathing, sleeping, etc. is one that needs to be seen as soon as possible. Even mildly wheezing pets should have an exam as some of the causes can rapidly progress from mild to severe clinical signs.

I’ve posted a page below with some descriptions of breathing sounds and video clips so you can hear what they sound like!

https://catclinicofissaquah.com/symptoms/

04/11/2020
First Aid for Éponine’s broken nail First Aid

Hey folks! We plan on posting some nail trimming videos in the next little bit but I had the opportunity to show what to do with a bleeding nail when I went to the chicken coop this afternoon and saw my rooster had broken the tip off his nail! It’s pretty similar for dogs and cats, I mention some differences in the video. If a pet has a broken/torn nail, give us a call and/or email some photos. In some cases you can treat at home as I did here. In others we’d need to see your pet to remove a partially torn off nail under sedation. Hope you’re all doing well and managing to have a nice weekend! 🐣🐥 And Happy Easter to those who celebrate it! 🥚 🐇 💐

We would like to extend a huge thank you to our dear friends and clients that have donated beautiful and well built face...
04/08/2020

We would like to extend a huge thank you to our dear friends and clients that have donated beautiful and well built face masks for us!! This is only a selection of the masks that we have received. We are so incredibly touched by your generosity, this crisis has certainly shown us how lucky we are to have such amazing clients and friends. ❤️🐾
Huge shout out to our army of crafters: Jay Knott, Fran Redman, Connie Bontje, Louie Bontje and Andrienne Dimmers.

04/06/2020

It’s that time of year!! Litters of kittens will be turning up and some of you may find yourselves caring for tiny new family members. Normally a kitten’s mother will help them urinate or defecate. Our awesome RVT Jade gave us some tips on how to help your wee friends take care of their bathroom behaviours! 🐈 ❤️

04/06/2020

We hope you’re all holding up well! Thank you so much for your continued patience during these challenging times. If you’re having trouble getting through on our phone lines to order food or medications, please feel free to email us instead and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
[email protected]

04/04/2020

Hey guys! Hope you’re having a great Saturday! Here’s our latest video about parasite levels and deworming in pregnant ewes ❤️ 🐑 I think we will need some lamb photos as payment 🙂

04/02/2020
Farm tech in action

Dr. Russ was out to a dairy farm yesterday, he managed to capture a few videos of farm tech in action. Turn on the sound to learn about the technology. Check out a second video in the comments.

04/01/2020
How much work is a dog?

One of our little friends wants to see dogs and puppies. Help us out by sharing photos or short video clips of your pups in the comments!

03/31/2020

Please note Imperial Road Animal Hospital is temporarily reducing hours on Thursday nights.

Our adjusted hours will be as follows:
Monday to Friday 8am to 5:30pm
Saturday 8am to 12pm

Stay well and stay safe.

03/31/2020
What is your diagnosis?

Dr. Rachael wants to know what you think is going on with this 1 year old Belgian Filly. She was found in the pasture walking stiffly and having difficulty breathing. Dr. Rachael will respond with her comments later today.

03/30/2020

Thanks for your questions. Keep them coming and help us reach more kids by sharing! Here we chat about how much anesthesia is needed for a Labrador retriever!
After watching, can you tell us how much is needed for a 102lb Great Dane? See the photos posted below for the drug doses and concentrations 😍🐶

03/28/2020

Your questions answered. Please keep sharing our videos and ask questions!

03/28/2020

Ask us your questions! Our virtual classroom is open!

03/27/2020

Send us your questions! Our virtual classroom is open!

03/27/2020

Ask us questions! We miss your faces. We miss seeing your pets and your kids. Post some questions for our Veterinarians (large or small), Registered Veterinary Technicians, or Reception team. Let’s make this fun. Let’s get some of those kids at home engaged. We will do our best to post video answers to your questions so come back frequently.

Stay Safe!
Dr. Mandy

03/19/2020

Imperial Road Animal Hospital will be transitioning to “contact-free/closed door” (for humans) policy effective immediately until further notice. We will be treating sick/urgent/emergency cases, as well as continuing care for non-urgent but time sensitive cases like puppy/kitten boosters.

Drop Off:
a. Book your appointment with the reception team

b. The receptionist or technician will then ask for and record any history in relation to the nature of your visit.

c. At the time of your appointment, park outside and use your cell phone to call us. If you don’t have a cell phone please knock on the door.
d. A staff member will bring your pet into the building and the veterinarian will examine your pet. At this time you may remain in your vehicle
e. The veterinarian will then call you on your cell phone to discuss the findings.

Food and prescription orders may be called in; when you arrive to pick up any order please call us from the parking lot and we will bring your order to your vehicle. Please note, there may be a shortage of available food and medications due to high demand.

The situation with COVID-19 is changing every day so please check in with us to be sure you are up to date. Even with the elimination of face to face contact during this time, this will not disrupt our services to you and your pet. What’s most important is to keep you, us and our pets safe.

We would like to assure all clients of Imperial Road Animal Hospital and Shedden Veterinary Services that we are committ...
03/14/2020

We would like to assure all clients of Imperial Road Animal Hospital and Shedden Veterinary Services that we are committed to being available to help you care for your furry family members. Your health is as much of a concern to us as is your pet’s health. We are implementing the following precautions in the best interest of our clients and the community.
• We have increased the disinfection frequency of client and staff areas of such commonly touched things like doorknobs, counters, and debit/credit machines.
• We have a hand sanitizer dispenser at our front counter for use on entry and/or exit to the building. We also continue to offer access to hand washing facilities.
• We ask that if you are not feeling well, please help us keep everyone safe and stay home. You can call us for advice as to whether your pet’s illness is an emergency, as well as to have medication refills delivered or mailed to your home. If you have one of our mobile veterinarians out to your barn, please make them aware that you are unwell so that they may bring assistants to handle your horses.
• If you are in a high-risk demographic (elderly, immune compromised or have pre-existing respiratory illness), please consider avoiding non-essential outings. We are happy to reschedule wellness visits and elective surgeries (for animals large and small) for later dates. Please call to discuss ways that we can get your pet the medications and food that they need in a way that minimizes risk to your health.
• If you are in a high-risk demographic and your pet is sick and needs care, please let us know when scheduling and we can make accommodations to reduce your exposure. This may include having you remain in your car while your pet is examined in the clinic or having an assistant join our large animal veterinarians on the farm.
• We will keep office hours as long as we are healthy and are not jeopardizing our staff and clients’ health and safety. We will continue to follow the recommendations of local public health officials.
• We will communicate any closures as quickly as possible. In the event that we are forced to close, we will communicate our availability for remote advice either via email or FB messages. In the meantime, please plan ahead if you are running low on medications or prescription foods.
Evidence at this time suggests that COVID-19 cannot cause disease in pets. We wish all of our patients and clients the best of health.
With gratitude,
Your pet’s health care team at Imperial Road Animal Hospital and Shedden Veterinary Services.

Address

591 John Street North
Aylmer, ON
N5H 2B6

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:30
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:30
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:30
Thursday 08:00 - 17:30
Friday 08:00 - 17:30
Saturday 08:00 - 12:00

Telephone

519-773-8186

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Just had to pop on over here and sing the praises of the team again. They are so compassionate and honest about options and realities of treatments. Really appreciate their honest advice about how to move forward with our old guys and they truly advocate for their patients when the emotions of owners may be clouding thoughts. Thanks guys, you are amazing.
So happy that the Province are going to be allowing regular vet appointments to resume next week. Miss Tess will be bringing her 7 children in to visit for their first shots, etc and wanted her mom and dad to come in with her (wait until Titan finds out that her and his children got to go without him lol).
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Hello Dr.'s, I saw that animal parents could post a question. I was wondering if you could help me out. My friend gave her dog advantix 2 application and now (2 days later) her dog is getting muscle tremors? Do you think this has to do with the application? Thank you so much! Hello Dr. Lisa! We are so proud of you.
Hello Imperial Road Animal Clinic! If Dr. Lisa is still taking AMA questions, here is one from Prof. Cat, aka, Sunny - a feline friend she is quite familiar with due to his co-investigator's many picture updates of his conquests in respiratory physiology: "Dear Dr. Lisa, My human collaborator tells me that I have developed a light wheeze when I sleep. It sounds like I have a stuffy nose, a whistling sound of sorts, and while it sometimes turns into snoring - this is less common than the more persistent whistle wheeze. I'm about 6 years old, a healthy weight, active, and with a good appetite. The wheeze is not noticeable while I'm awake, but if I run very fast for long periods and get breathing heavily, I will sometimes snarfle. As a respiratory physiologist cat, I wonder: Do cats get sleep apnea? Or asthma? How much overlap is there between breathing conditions in humans and cool cats like me? Sincerely, Prof. Sunny Cat."
I have had great care for my animals for about 40 years from these vets. Jerry the Chihuahua had major dental surgery this week and they called to see how he was doing! I don't get that from my dentist!
I just want to take this time to "Thank" all the girls who worked on our wee dog last week. We called about 4 pm with a concern about our West Highland Terrier, the receptionist said bring her in! We did--the staff did a wonderful job & knew exactly what to do for our poor little girl. She had accidently pulled her nail out of her nail bed & it was hanging by a thread. To check it thoroughly, she was put to sleep, & nail was removed (Yes, they grow back) She was in so much pain, she was sent home with medication, which she takes like a trooper. And a cone, which we had to use a couple of times & a "boot" to protect her nail bed when going outside. We were out by 5:30 pm and the girls were on their way home at the end of a busy day. Thank you all for helping our little girl! She is so much better now, she's initiating play time.
Me to the Siameses: Do you miss the Fable? Siameses: NO! Where is she? Me: At the vets, getting fixed. Siameses: A lobotomy then. Me: NO! Just so she can't have puppies. Siameses: Well, thank Christ for that! Hardly "fixing" her. Call the vet maybe he can still do the lobotomy. Me: No lobotomy. Siameses: Bloody bleeding heart. How long will she be gone? Weeks? Months? Me: She'll be home around 5. Siameses: 5. Expect puke in your shoe.
This guy went missing in Harrietsville if anyone happens to see him, let me know His name is Taitum
Thanks for the great job done on the mules today Dr. NEEDLES. Thank goodness for your gentle and calm care.. and oh ya the sedation meds lol... See ya next time..(\~/)
Thank you for taking care of Finnigan. Sorry about him being grumpy. But he did have a nice visit with Marigold.
Imperial Road Animal Hospital. Plz share this on your FB main feed page and in your office as well keep an eye out for him LEASE LOOK OUT FOR: AND SHARE SHARE SHARE Went missing in Lyons.On Name is "WRIGLEY". If you know someone who recently got a dog like this, plz let us know. If you see him plz let us know. He is missing and his family desperately wants him back SOMEONE has to know or see where this dog is. The Family is devestaed ! Kids are devestated. A REWARD if he is found. ‼️MISSING‼️ LYONS ON. Could be Anywhere in the surrounding areas. “WRIGLEY” has been missing two weeks in Lyons ON. Went missing from the trailer park If seen, please msg us asap 519 702 6864