Tour The Hamlet Veterinary Hospital


Front lobby and reception. This area serves as the reception area and entrance to exam rooms.

The front of the lobby waiting area and retail section is sun-filled and has direct access to the large parking lot.  The waiting area is divided to separate our feline and canine patient for a more peaceful atmosphere. We even have a kid-friendly corner. The public restroom is in the far corner and complies with accessibility norms to help our client with restricted mobility.

Treatment room

This is where we prepare pets for anesthesia, collect blood samples or do minor procedures.

The treatment area also includes an intensive care ward and an oxygen cage. Futher back we have our surgical suite and xray room.

Exam Rooms

We have 5 exam rooms. Three feature a built-in exam table for smaller pets (cats and small dogs).

The table in the other two exam room can be lifted up to have more room to examine a large dog directly on the floor. One of them is larger to allow for treatment that need more floor room or to accomodate more people.

The Pharmacy and Laboratory

The pharmacy is used to store the medications and vaccines for our patients, in the laboratory we process and analyse samples (blood urine and other various fluids) we collected from our patients.

Surgery Room

The surgical suite has an anesthesia machine (with oxygen generator), I.V. fluid pumps and heating mattress.

Radiology Room

Digital radiography (x-ray) means that all the images are sent to the computer. With the computer, the images can be modified to get better details.

Dentistry Room

The dental suite features a table-bath to drain all the fluids from the dental cleaning (with pets, we don’t use suction like human dentistry, all the water drains by gravity into the bath). The room is also equipped with digital dental xray and a high powered dentistry machine (similar to what is used in human dentistry).


We have 2 dedicated wards. One for our canine and one for our feline patients.

The dog ward contains 3 large runs (large open cage) for our bigger patients. One of which can also be used as isolation for contagious pets. This room also features cages for our smaller dog.

Our cat ward is in the adjacent room to keep our feline friends away from the not-always so quiet canine patients.

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