Our veterinary clinic offers a variety of care and services to ensure the well-being of your pet. These services are provided by veterinarians and a highly professional support staff.

Animal behavioral advice

Minor behavioral problems can be easily corrected by reward-based training. However, when the problem is more serious, it is easy to make it worse rather than correct it.

When we see serious problems such as excessive fears, phobias, or aggressive behaviors that pose risks to human safety, consultation is necessary. A meeting with your veterinarian or a referral to a specialized veterinary behaviorist helps to achieve results more quickly and effectively. In addition, if you need the help of a trainer, you can work together and benefit from the professional's advice on how to proceed.

Blood work (lab on site)

At the Clinique Vétérinaire de la Montagne Noire, we offer blood analysis services thanks to our laboratory located directly on our premises. This allows us to obtain the results in only a few minutes and share them with you very quickly in order to keep you informed of your animal's health status.


Our in-clinic boutique has everything you need for your cat or dog. From veterinary diet foods, to accessories for your beloved pet.

Dental Care

An examination of the animal allows us to evaluate the condition of its teeth and the care it needs, as well as its general health. Tartar and periodontal disease are very common in animals. Scaling is performed under general anesthesia, using an ultrasound device, followed by polishing. In case of loosening of some teeth, dental extractions must complete the procedure.


The dermatology consultation is dedicated to diseases affecting your pet's skin, but extends past just the skin. It is also focussed on the ears, claws and paw pads, and all the junctions between skin and mucous membranes, such as the nose, the eyelids or the anal area.

The numerous diseases responsible for skin disorders are of extremely varied origin. Parasite infestations, infections, allergies and hormonal problems are among the most frequent causes. More rarely, the veterinary dermatologist will be confronted with dermatoses of immune, genetic or cancerous origin.


Deciding to end your pet's life involves a lot of emotion, hesitation and sometimes even guilt. At the Clinique Vétérinaire de la Montagne Noire, we know that this last act of love, euthanasia, is the most difficult decision of all. When the time comes, we invite you to book an appointment for the euthanasia of your pet.

Once the procedure is completed, animals are then cremated as a group at Incimal. Private cremation is also available.


Every year, thousands of pets go missing. Not knowing where your pet is or how to get them back can be a feeling of helplessness and hopelessness. It's a tragedy that happens all too often. But there is a simple, safe and effective way to ensure your pet's safety and reunite with him or her if they ever get lost. Microchipping is a standard procedure that involves implanting a tiny chip under your pet's coat. It is a painless and relatively quick procedure that is completely safe. This chip is registered with your pet's vital information and can be scanned by any veterinarian or animal shelter so that they can return your pet directly to you.

Nutritional advice and weight management

Obesity is a common problem in pets, as it can be easy to overfeed a pet that knows how to beg. But being overweight is a serious problem for pets, one that can lead to real health problems as they age. With proper nutrition and exercise, all pets should be able to meet their dietary needs and be within a healthy weight range.

The nutritional needs of pets change as they move through different stages of life. The best way to ensure that your pet's needs are met is to consult with us about a diet specifically tailored to your pet's lifestyle.

Exclusive veterinary foods are designed to maintain health at every stage of life or to control a particular condition. Our veterinarians and technicians are trained to answer your questions about your pet's food and to give you the best possible recommendations. The formulas sold at the veterinarian's have been thoroughly researched to ensure their quality. You can visit our complete boutique on site to make your purchases.

On-site Pharmacy

We have a fully stocked pharmacy to meet your pet's prescription needs. Having an on-site pharmacy provides a more convenient way to obtain your pet's medications. We hope this saves you time and enhances your experience with us.

Parasite prevention, treatment and deworming including Heartworms

Dogs and cats are at risk for several internal parasites. These parasites, which are mainly found in their intestines, can cause significant damage to the animals' health. Fortunately, parasites can easily be prevented and treated with antiparasitic products.

With the arrival of warmer weather in the spring comes the return of insects such as mosquitoes. These insects can bite your pets and transmit unwanted parasites like heartworms. These parasites can be very dangerous for your pets if not diagnosed and that is why we recommend giving your pets an antiparasitic as a preventative measure. Flea and tick prevention are also important for the summer months (May to October), and tic carry Lyme disease in dogs.

Radiology Services

Our digital X-ray equipment allows us to quickly obtain high quality images. They are indispensable for the diagnosis and follow-up of many diseases, for the management of injured animals, but also for the evaluation of the number of foetuses and the risk of dystocia before delivery, or for the certification by the OFA of animals free of hip or elbow dysplasia.


Spaying and neutering is the surgical removal of the reproductive organs of cats and dogs, i.e. castration for males and ovariohysterectomy for females. The goal is not only to slow down overpopulation in pets, but also to prevent diseases and infections of the reproductive system.

Clinique Vétérinaire de la Montagne Noire can sterilize your kitten from the age of 6 months. For puppies, the recommendations for sterilization specifically for females is after their first heat, when growth is complete and 12 months in males. This is especially important in larger breeds. We recommend that you have your pet spayed or neutered before puberty, which occurs around 6 months of age, as reproductive hormones can lead to behavioral problems in males, such as territorial marking, or physical problems in females, such as mammary tumors.

However, if you adopt an adult pet or decide to have your companion spayed or neutered later in life, we will do blood work to ensure that the surgery is safe for your older pet. It is never too late to have your pet spayed or neutered!

Surgical Services

We believe in using the highest level of medical technology, and our surgeons are experienced and highly trained. We also understand that it can be stressful to have your pet undergo surgery. We want to assure you that your pet is in good hands and that we will do everything we can to provide the best care possible. We will communicate with you about the things you need to know before, during and after your pet's surgery. Our goal is to make the entire process go smoothly and to eliminate the stress and worry associated with surgical procedures.


Vaccination is a very important basic care for your cat or dog because it ensures that your pet does not contract diseases that could be dangerous for him or even for your family. There are a wide variety of diseases that affect our pets and other animals. Proper vaccination is therefore essential to protect them from the many types of diseases to which they are susceptible. It is important to consult with us about the unique risks associated with living in our area. We will be happy to discuss the benefits of protecting your pet with vaccinations and provide you with information about the vaccines required for your pet.

Veterinary examination

At the Clinique Vétérinaire de la Montagne Noire, we believe that prevention is the best way to ensure that your pet is happy and healthy. Our dedicated staff will have the opportunity to talk to you and see if you have any problems with your pet. We will also discuss diet, preventative medicine and exercise to keep your pet as healthy as possible. Next, one of our veterinarians will perform a complete physical examination of your pet. It is always good to have a baseline in case your pet becomes ill. Our veterinarian will also look for any potential problems. Our goal is to detect any problems before they become major ones. The earlier we are able to detect a problem, the easier it is to treat and the more likely your pet is to make a full recovery! Even if your pet is not due for vaccinations, a wellness exam is always recommended, especially in aging dog.

For all EMERGENCIES outside our regular hours,

please contact the Centre Vétérinaire de Laval :

4530, Autoroute 440, Laval (Québec) H7T 2P7
Phone : 450-781-1200 | Toll free : 1 877-651-2152 | E-mail :