Wallaceburg Animal Hospital

Part of the CK Vets Family

Wallaceburg Animal Hospital

30 McNaughton Avenue
Wallaceburg, ON N8A 1R9
P 519-627-8522
F 519-627-9126

Clinic Hours

8:00am - 5:30pm
8:00am - 5:30pm
8:00am - 5:30pm
8:00am - 5:30pm
8:00am - 5:30pm


Call one of our locations to receive your emergency care options.

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Our Wallaceburg hospital has been part of your community since the late 70s and has been a small animal facility since 1987.

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  • Premium Pet Care Plan

    With unlimited consults, routine vaccinations and early detection screening, our Premium Pet Care Plans offer preventative care with a predictable low monthly payment.

  • Emergency Services

    As our client we are fortunate to be close to two after hour emergency hospitals in London and Windsor. Please call us for your emergency service options.

  • Lost or Found

    If you lost or found a pet in the Chatham-Kent area, let us help get them home safely with our version of “Amber Alert” for pets.

Our Wallaceburg Staff

Dr. Vallee leads a team who understand that compassion and care are just as important as diagnostics and treatment.

  • Ian Vallee, DVM
    Veterinarian / Partner

    As a vet, Dr. Ian Vallee thinks one must have two major skills: a strong love of furry creatures and a constant desire to problem-solve. Dr. Vallee grew up in the Windsor/Belle River area and earned his degrees at the University of Windsor and the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College. His favourite part of being a veterinarian is the opportunity to meet a new puppy or kitten. In contrast, one of the most difficult, but also most important, parts of his job is helping someone say “goodbye” to a longtime companion. Dr. Vallee appreciates his staff because they know that compassion and care are just as important as diagnostics and treatment. He always tells his co-workers that it’s okay to talk to the animals…just don’t tell anyone if you think they talk back!

    Meet Ian
  • Tracy Landry, BSc, DVM

    Dr. Tracy Landry loved growing up in the small town of Havre Boucher, Nova Scotia, and she believes that’s why she feels so comfortable living and working in friendly Chatham-Kent. Dr. Landry earned her BSc at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College and her DVM at the Atlantic Veterinary College. After more than a decade as a vet, she has come to the conclusion that she will never become bored with the challenges of medicine and will always look forward to playing with puppies and kittens after a stressful case. Through her work, Dr. Landry sees that the human-animal bond has a physical and emotional impact on all our lives. At home with her husband and two amazing daughters—and of course her two cats, Kleine and Paisley, along with Lexi the dog—she sees the same tight relationship. Dr. Landry knows that no two pets or two owners are the same, and she notes that every day she is amazed by their resilience and loyalty.

    Meet Tracy
  • Jennifer Knights, RVT
    General Manager, Registered Veterinary Technician
  • Michelle, RVT
    Registered Veterinary Technician
  • Angela, RVT
    Registered Veterinary Technician
  • Marissa
    Veterinary Technician
  • Donna
    Client Relations
  • Charlotte, RVT, CCRP
    Hospital Manager
  • Brooke
    Registered Veterinary Technician

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