: Dog and Cat


Deworming medications eliminate intestinal worms in cats and dogs. While some animals can handle worms better than others, a widespread infestation can cause gastrointestinal problems and weight loss in all animals. Some worms are zoonotic, meaning they can be transmitted to humans. Deworming your pet regularly is the best way...

Vaccination for dogs and puppies

Vaccinations are a key component of preventative veterinary medicine because they help keep your pet healthy.

Vaccination for cats and kittens

Vaccinations form the basis of preventative veterinary medicine because they help keep your pet healthy.

Heartworm Testing

Heartworms are still quite rate in Québec thanks to the province’s climate. That said, several cases are still diagnosed each year. It’s important to protect your pet from this parasite, especially if you ever take them outside of the country.

Spaying and Neutering

There are a whole host of advantages to spaying/neutering your pet. It reduces the risk that your pet will develop certain diseases and curbs/prevents some unwanted behaviours.

Dental care

It’s very common for cats and dogs to have oral health issues. You should pay close attention to these problems because they could pose a threat to your pet’s overall health.

Senior Care

Thanks to recent advances in veterinary medicine, our pets seem to be living longer. We can now keep pets that are considered geriatric healthy with the help of medication and individualized treatments. Because we want your furry friend to keep you company as long as possible, we offer a variety...

Surgical procedures

The Bedford Veterinary Clinic offers basic anesthesia and general surgery as well as certain kinds of orthopedic and emergency surgery.

Parasite Prevention and Treatment

Parasites such as fleas and ticks can be a real danger to pets and cause them discomfort. They can spread various diseases such as Lyme disease or intestinal worms through their bites. We advise our patients to use a preventive antiparasitic treatment to protect their furry companions.


Microchipping is a procedure in which a microchip is inserted under your pet’s skin as a way to permanently identify them. It allows any organization that has a microchip scanner to easily identify your pet and contact you right away if they get lost. Most veterinary clinics, kennels and SPCAs...