Animal Hospital, our team wants your companion animal to live long, happy and healthy lives through caring, compassionate and exceptional veterinary services. We also believe that every pet should receive basic veterinary care, therefore we are dedicated to providing affordable veterinary services for all of our canine and feline patients.
Our patients , young and old, are examined from head to toe so that proper vaccinations and parasite prevention appropriate for the pet's age and lifestyle can be recommended.
This service is offered for
dogs and cats while in for their annual examinations or when they are having surgery.
Annual vaccinations that are appropriate for the lifestyle of the pet.
We offer an array of general surgeries;
including spay/neuter, declaw, growth removals, skin biopsies,urinary bladder stone removal and cast/splint applications.
We offer the services of Carole and Shelby on the premises
We offer digital xrays to perform radiographs on the spot to help diagnose fractures, urinary bladder stones, foreign bodies, among other issues. We also offer imaging using an ECG and an Ultrasound machine.
We offer boarding on the premises for our patients, including those patients who need daily injections or oral medications
During annual check-ups, every patient's mouth is examined and recommendations are made for the care of the teeth and gums. We are also equipped with a dental digital xrays to visualize below the gumline
745 Development Drive
8:00am - 7:00pm
Monday to Friday
9:00am - 2:00pm
McEwen Animal Hospital was opened on Bath Road in 1954, by Dr. R. McEwen, to fulfill a need in the expanding Kingston Township for veterinary care of large animals and then evolving to include small animals.
The tradition of veterinary care was carried on by Dr. B. Karschau and his team in the 1980's through to 2008 when Dr. K. Rutledge and his caring team took over to continue providing veterinary care for the surrounding area.
In 2019, McEwen Animal Hospital and Frontenac Animal Hospital were acquired together. The two clinics have since merged and relocated to newly renovated premises, all in an effort to continue to provide veterinary care to their existing patients.