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Proudly Canadian and Locally Owned

We are a small animal hospital with a big heart and Collingwood's only full-service veterinary hospital located within the beautiful downtown heritage district. We are conveniently located on Pine Street directly across from Loblaw Grocery. We provide medical, surgical and dental services for dogs and cats, and work as a close professional team with our local sister hospital where laparoscopic spays, endoscopy and full pet rehabilitation services are available, amoung other advanced diagnostics, to care for our patients right here in our own region.

Compassionate care. Quality service. Our patients are family.

New Patients  Warmly Welcomed

Welcome to Collingwood Veterinary Services

Caring for pets in Collingwood and the Southern Georgian Bay region for over 30 years.

Locally Owned

Collingwood Veterinary Services

General and Advanced Veterinary Care

Gray Cat Drinking From Faucet

General Veterinary Practice

All Life Stage Care

Puppy/Kitten, Adult, Senior Palliative and End of Life Care

Black Dog


General, Laparoscopic and Endoscopic Options*

Cat in Basket

Diagnostic Imaging

On-site X-ray, Ultrasound and

Heart Echocardiography

Dog in a Box

Dental Care

Cleaning, dental X-ray and dental surgery

Cat in a Sweater Vest

Pain and Mobility Management

PBMT Laser therapy, acupuncture and pet rehabilitation and hydrotherapy services*


*some specialized services located at our sister hospital 5 minutes away through direct referral

Contact Us

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We would love to hear from you! Please use this contact form for non-urgent enquiries. For booking appointments and prescription refill requests, please use the tabs on the home page for more efficient service. Our goal is to respond to your e-mail within 24-48 hours. For urgent matters, please call our office at 705 445-1901

Collingwood Veterinary Services

16 Pine Street

Collingwood Ontario

L9Y 2N7

M - F  8am -  5pm

Sat, Sunday and Holidays Closed with Virtual Veterinary Appointments Available

Emergency Information click here


It is important to know that we live, work and play in and on the traditional land of the Anishnaabeg people. The Anishnaabeg include the Ojibwe, Odawa and Pottawatomi nations, collectively known as the Three Fires Confederacy. We also acknowledge that our communities reside within Treaty 18, 1818.

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