Welcome To Our New Website!

We hope you are able to get a sense of what our hospital is all about and some insight to the services we provide. Each member of our team is dedicated to providing “care and comfort” to every one of our clients and patients. Please also like our Facebook page for a daily peak behind-the-scenes throughout the hospital. Please visit our “Featured News” section monthly to stay up-to-date about current pet health concerns, clinic news, community events and much more.



This spring we welcomed Edward to the hospital as our new clinic cat. He is currently learning proper hospital etiquette and is excelling at bonding with each of our clients and patients. If you haven’t met him yet please stop by to say hello!

new faces

Our PAH family has grown again this year! We would like to introduce Dr. Mallory Gilmer and vet assistant Kayla Graham to our team. They are both eager to get to know all of your furry family members. In June, three of our team members – Jess, Emily and Dr. Christian Heyerhoff, welcomed a baby to their families. We are excited to watch them step into the world of parenthood. We also have a lot of students interested in veterinary medicine spend time at the hospital. From high school co-op students, to veterinary students completing their externships, to international veterinary students, we love helping them develop their skills and passion for helping animals and their owners.



The faces of the beloved animals entrusted to our care are always changing as well. We find great fulfillment in watching puppies and kittens grow and contribute love and laughter to each of their families. Our team members are passionate about educating each owner on the benefits of animal health care that will ensure their new family member lives a long, healthy life. Losing a furry family member is never easy as each pet carries a special place in our hearts. It is our honour to ensure this final visit to our hospital is one of love, compassion and respect.


This year we have seen a rise in Heartworm, Lyme and other tick-borne disease positive cases in this area. Heartworm disease is transmitted by mosquitoes and we sure do have a lot of them around. We are continually seeing more and more ticks each year in this area which are capable of transmitting Lyme and other tick-borne diseases to our canine friends and ourselves. If you would like more information on these diseases please visit our online library for more information. If you have not started your canine friend on preventative medication please do not hesitate to ask our team for more information as it is never too late! We have a variety of different preventative products to choose from to suit your dog’s lifestyle.




Being a community-based business is a core value of our practice. We are happy to sponsor or participate in many events throughout our region. This September we participated in the the Spencerville Fair Parade. Visit our Facebook page to see the behind the scene pictures of our float. 

We also invite everyone to participate in our "Fall" in Love with My Pet photo contest! Submit your pet's photo to office@prescottvet.ca. All pictures will be posted in a Facebook photo album and placed on display at the Hospital. For each "like" on Facebook or "vote" in the Hospital, your pet's  name will be entered into a draw. A winner will be randomly select to receive a SURPRISE gift.


We are always open to hearing from you so please feel free to call or email us any time. We thank each of you for entrusting us with your furry family members and appreciate each time you refer a friend or relative to us. This compliment is second only to a wagging tail or loving lick from one of our patients!