Bowmanville Veterinary Clinic

2826 HWY 2
Bowmanville, ON L1C 3K5

(905)623-4431

www.bowmanvilleveterinaryclinic.com



Bowmanville Veterinary Clinic Voted Top Dog!!

 Bowmanville Veterinary Clinic was recently voted the "Clinic of the Year" by "Tech News" a Canada-wide journal published by the Ontario Association of Veterinary Technicians. The competition judges on the basis of exemplary patient care, progressive medicine, excellent client communication, as well as contributions to the community. The staff at Bowmanville Veterinary Clinic are keen ambassadors of the human-animal bond, and volunteer many hours through  complimentary events like their Junior Vet program, Celebrate Your Pet Day,  the "Be a Tree" seminar, and their wildlife medical treatment and rehabilitation work.  We are so proud of this achievement and will continue to strive to excel in our commitment to our patients, our clients and our community.

We are also the very proud recipients of the "Clarington Readers Choice Award" for
    Best Veterinary Clinic 
from 2006-2017 inclusive!!!   

We welcome new patients!

Dogs, Cats, Rabbits, Ferrets, Birds, Reptiles and other exotic animals.

 

Bowmanville Veterinary Clinic
is Excited to Present

"PUPPY HAPPY HOUR"  

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Did you know that Bowmanville Veterinary Clinic is a  Certified Cat Friendly Practice, one of the very few in the Durham region?

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 Pet Library

At this site, you will find information about our practice philosophy, our services, and an extensive Pet Medical Library for you to search for additional pet health care information. 

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