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Dr. Erin Fuller

Dr. Erin Fuller grew up in Toronto with her parents and younger sister. Over the years she acquired many animals, including dogs, cats, reptiles and horses which ultimately lead her to a career in veterinary medicine. Dr. Fuller attended the University of Guelph where she completes her Bachelor of Science with honours and later her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the Ontario Veterinary College. Dr. Fuller has always had a special interest in emergency medicine and surgery. Her avid belief in the importance of the human-animal bond has allowed her to provide empathetic and compassionate care to all of her patients. In her spare time, Dr. Fuller enjoys spending time with her husband Nick, their daughter Olivia, their two dogs and three cats, and Quarter Horse Milo.
My husband and I brought our cat in last night for an emergency visit and she was seen right away.…

Bethan Claire Price

Went there at 9pm with a 20 year old cat having bowel issues. The doctor was quick to diagnose, gave…


My wife and I are new to the Halifax area and after a few short months here it was time…

Nicholas Pujado

This is by far my favourite vet clinic in Halifax. The staff are very helpful and the vets are very…

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