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    Heartworm Promo for Pups!

    Book your dogs free heartworm exam today!
    Get a discount on preventative medications for heartworm, fleas and ticks.

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    Ticks Are Here!

    Ticks are moving into our area quickly and carry some scary diseases.
    Call or email the clinic to get your dogs tick prevention for 20% off!
    Click here to read more about ticks.

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    Laser Therapy

    King Hopkins offers class IV therapeutic laser treatment.
    What is laser therapy?
    Laser therapy is a surgery-free, drug-free, noninvasive treatment to reduce pain, reduce inflammation and speed healing.

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    $5 Nail Trim Fundraiser!

    Stop by Pet Value at 601 Dundas St West in Whitby on Saturday March 19th!
    Get your pets nails trimmed for only $5.00! All donations will go to The Joey Fund.

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    The Joey Fund

    If you would like to adopt a cat or kitten from our Joey Fund or would like to make a donation to help support our rescued cats, please contact the clinic!
    You can also see most of our adoptable feline friends on Facebook!

    Click here to help save cats!

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    AAFP Cat Friendly Practice

    King Hopkins Pet Hospital is proud to be a Gold Level Cat Friendly Practice!

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    Welcome!

    King Hopkins Pet Hospital was previously called King Street Cat Hospital.
    Although we are now caring for all of your animal family members, we will continue to be a cat friendly practice!

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    King Hopkins Pet Hospital

    The Veterinarians and staff at King Hopkins Pet Hospital are dedicated to providing excellent care for all pets in the Durham Region.

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King Street Cat Hospital is going forward as King Hopkins Pet Hospital!

You will notice some changes around the clinic, the biggest change is that we are now caring for all of your animal family members, however we will continue to be a very cat friendly practice.
We now welcome dogs, cats, and small mammals!