The mission and philosophy of Kingston road animal hospital are to give the finest possible care to our clients and their pets. Clients will want to return to our clinic and allow our veterinarian to continue caring for their pets if that is our primary focus. We should expect and demand the same level of care for our dogs as we would for our own. Our patients and their owners will get the highest possible level of care and service.

Animal Hospital is a business that specializes in providing preventive care for dogs and cats, such as immunizations, wellness checks, and routine surgeries. Our goal is to give excellent veterinarian care to your pet for the rest of their life!

We realize how essential your pet is to you and your family because we are pet owners ourselves. It is why, as part of every wellness exam, we deliver the highest quality of care by including comprehensive diagnostic testing. According to the banner road vet staff, preventive maintenance, early disease identification, and complete treatment are essential for a healthy pet.

We hope you will find essential information about our services and clinic philosophy, as well as useful connections, on our website. If there are any concerns or problems, kindly get in touch with us at any time!

How can we help you?


With a full aggregate of medical equipment and a commitment to providing outstanding treatment day and night, 365 days a year, our hospital offers a unique style of care. Ultrasound, digital radiography, a surgical laser, and soft tissue surgery are all available at the site.

Bringing your pet in for an exam of their wellbeing at Kingston vet clinic ensures that any possible problems are identified early, allowing you to take steps to prevent, treat, or manage them. When it comes to pets who may require elective surgery, wellness examinations are even more critical.

You can do wellness testing at any time, and it is recommended that it be done once a year. Setting up a routine for care that includes the exam, vaccinations, dental treatment, and any necessary testing can take care of a lot of your pet's wellness needs all at once.

Four different types of tests can be used:

  • RBC, WBC, Hgb, Hct, MCV, MCHC, Platelets Complete Blood Count
  • Liver, Kidney, Pancreas, Muscle & Bone, Electrolytes, and Biochemistry Profile
  • Thyroid Function Tests T4, FT4, TSH, Autoantibodies Thyroid Function Tests
  • Sediment Examination, Urinalysis, Chemical Analysis

We can make sure that no stone is left unturned when it comes to your pet's health by using these tests, and any necessary preventive actions are implemented as soon as possible. Therefore, rush to Kingston road animal hospital as quickly as possible, without waiting longer. 

Your pet and the Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Can COVID-19 make my pet sick? Is it possible for me to catch COVID-19 from my pet? There have been no complaints of pets or other animals being ill due to COVID-19. At this instant, there is no indication that companion animals, such as pets, can spread COVID-19.

Even though there have been no cases of pets or other animals being sick from COVID-19, it is still recommended that people infected with the virus minimize their interaction with animals until more knowledge becomes accessible. 

COVID-19's current spread is solely due to human-to-human transmission at this time (i.e., direct interaction with an infected person or from respiratory droplets when someone coughs and sneezes). However, because animals can carry other diseases to humans, washing your hands after being near animals is usually a good idea. And if you feel any symptoms, bring your pets to banner road vet instantly. 

Is your pet's breath foul?

Dental disease affects over 80% of dogs and cats every year, making it the most prevalent problem seen by veterinarians and pet owners alike; anyone else smelling that "dog breath"? I understand that we all expect dogs and cats to have foul breath and that there is not much we can do about it, but this is just not the case!

One of the best Veterinarian 

We believe that Dr. Farooq can treat your pets most conveniently. In 1999, he received his doctorate in veterinary medicine. He resumed his schooling and received a Master of Science in Surgery with Honors in 2002, with high honors. Throughout that time, Dr. Farooq enrolled in the Ontario Veterinary College's continuous skilled training improvement plan in 2009 and has worked as a veterinarian in Ontario since then. 

He has traveled throughout Canada, much like his father, a veterinarian, expanding his skills in small animal practice, mixed animal practice, emergency medicine, and 24-hour (crises) practice. So, you can trust him with your pets without a doubt.