The doors to Burnhamthorpe Animal Hospital first opened on January 5th, 1986. At that time, Mississauga was a small suburb with sprawling meadows and fields all around. Over the years, Mississauga has become a busy and bustling city and our clientele has grown tremendously. We still serve many loyal clients who have been with us since the very beginning and we always welcome new clients and patients every day!
We are located in the heart of downtown Mississauga and are in close proximity to all major highways to serve you better! We are located south of highways 403, 401, 407 and north of the QEW. The area is well-serviced with public transit and we are also within walking distance to many of our clients.
Beliefs and Values
Our mission statement is to provide our clients and their beloved pets with the most comprehensive and advanced health and behavioural services possible. We strive to create a trusting and honest relationship with our clients. It is important to us to work closely with our community to provide our patients and their families with quality, evidence-based veterinary care to suit all preferences and budgets whenever possible.
Quality of Care
We realize that your pets are also important members of your family. Our clients want the best medical care possible for these important family members and we work closely in partnership with them to come up with the most ideal, cost-effective and comprehensive diagnostic, treatment and preventative care plans possible. Our clients often refer to us by first name and we promote a relaxed and professional relationship, developing close community ties and friendships along the way.
We treat dogs, cats, rabbits and pocket pets. Sorry – no birds or reptiles : (
We accept Cash, Debit, Interac E-Transfer, VISA and MasterCard payments. Payment is due when services are rendered.
How to Find Us
600 Burnhamthorpe Rd. West Unit #3
Phone: (905) 276-4083
Fax: (905) 276-2534
Monday to Friday – 8am – 8pm
Saturday – 8am – 4pm
Statutory Holidays – Closed
For the safety of your pet, we recommend that all dogs and cats be on a leash or in a carrier while in our reception area.
If this is your first visit, you may wish to download our “New Patient Form” and fill it out prior to your arrival.