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The Ontario government has deemed veterinary medicine an essential service, so we are opened for business!
Monday - Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday: 8:30am - 2pm.

OVMA has ruled that practices can continue to offer a full range of services, provided the client does not enter the practice. At this time we cannot offer any grooming services such as nail trims unless it's deemed medically necessary. We recommend calling ahead to schedule all appointments, but urgent cases will be seen on an as needed basis. We request that you call in advance for any food or prescription refills and pay for it over the phone, or order it through our website (click the 'Shop Now' tab on the main menu). When your arrive, please call and we will bring your items outside for curbside service. 

If you are displaying any symptoms of COVID-19, if you have been exposed to a known COVID-19 patient, or if you have travelled outside of Canada in the last 14 days, we ask that you arrange for a friend or family member to accompany your pet to your scheduled appointment. If this is not possible, please call us and we can arrange alternative means to help your pet.

Our commitment to our clients and patients have not changed, and we will continue to do everything we can to ensure your pets well being. We thank you all for your patience during this difficult time.

Caradoc Staff

  • David Kirby DVM

    Dr. David Kirby is a graduate from the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph. For 40 years, Dr. Kirby has pursued his passion for veterinary medicine with the attentiveness and dedication that is required to be a truly outstanding medical and surgical practitioner. Dr. Kirby can be found at Caradoc Animal Clinic full-time.

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  • Sarah Bassett DVM

    Dr. Sarah graduated from the Atlantic Veterinary College, in scenic Prince Edward Island, in 1998. After two years of mixed animal practice in Midland ON, she decided that 3:00am calvings and wrestling huge bulls were not really her true calling. Dr. Sarah then moved to the London area to work at a small animal & exotics practice. In February 2011 Dr. Sarah joined our Caradoc Animal Clinic and has loved it ever since.

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  • Meena Srivastava DVM

    Dr. Meena has practiced in Strathroy since graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2001. She and her husband share their home with five furry feline friends, Milo, Miss Agatha, Hippo-pot-a-Moose, Merv, Donkey and Turtle. Canine family member, Bun-Bun was a rescue puppy when Dr. Meena was doing a vaccination program in Northern Ontario. 'Being part of the community has given me the opportunity to get to know my clients and develop friendships that I am truly grateful for.'

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  • Wendy Cullen DVM


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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Got there early, took him right in. Was fast vet was great. Biggie was happy."
    Krista F.
  • "I always receive great care for Lexi at Caradoc Animal Clinic. Wether she sees Dr Kirby, today Dr Cullen or whoever the brave souls were that cleaned her teeth a few months ago... they always get the job done even though she isn’t the easiest patient. Thanks again everyone for the Informative and kind care. Looking forward to having my girl healthy again:)"
    Ash R.