Hospital Hours:

Mon, Tues,Wed:

8:00am to 6:00pm

Thurs: 8:00am to 7:00pm


8:00am to 5:30pm


9:00am to 12:30pm


Closed (see below)

After Hours:

Kawartha Veterinary Emergency Clinic
705-741-KVEC (5832)

View a Map of Our Location

PPH Specials!

July  Specials!

Microchipping $19.00 for dogs or cats!

Cat neuter Mondays, we pay the HST!


Hot weather and hot cars don't mix with our pets! 

Please leave your dog at home, never in a hot car!



Peterborough Pet Hospital is committed to provide the most up to date care for your pet through continued re-investment in staff education, resources, products and equipment.

Flea and tick season is here, click below for more information.

Click here to see a Youtube video about fleas.

About Us

Peterborough Pet Hospital (PPH) is a Small Animal Veterinary Hospital. We have been serving pets and their owners in the Peterborough area since 1950 and are committed to providing the most up to date medical, surgical and preventative health care for our patients. Our 5,000 square foot facility includes on-site; radiology, surgery, orthopedics, endoscopy, dentistry and a wide range of medical and laboratory services. 

The Doctors and Staff receive regular continuing education and training to stay current and knowledgable in veterinary medicine. Our Doctors have over 120 years of combined experience in veterinary medicine.

We strive to offer our clients and patients a comfortable, friendly and relaxing environment during your visit as we know this can be a very stressful time for you and your pet.

PPH is a fee for service Hospital. We do not finance health care, however, we do help clients secure funds through pet insurance, PetCard and the Farley Foundation.

If you'd like to make an appointment, please give us a call today. We look forward to meeting you and your cherished pet: 705-742-8837

Latest Newsletter

The veterinarians and staff at PPH are pleased to provide you with a monthly "Online Newsletter." 

We also will have, " The Case of the Month". A look at interesting real cases presented to PPH.

Up coming articles will discuss current vaccination guidelines, what do we recommend and why?.  Also; Laser Surgery vs RF Surgery. Anterior Cruciate Ligament injuries, addressing the Biomechanics of the canine knee and how we treat them.  Laparoscopic Surgery, "The Gentle Spay", PGR and PAUL surgery.

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