Ami-Fidèle Veterinary Clinic | Saint-Jean sur Richelieu |
When a pet patient and parent enter our office, their health and well-being becomes our primary concern.
Cats and dogs are welcome at Ami-Fidèle Veterinary clinic! Thanks to our team of experienced veterinarians and technicians, our veterinary clinic can offer a wide range of services to your tiny furry friends. In addition to provide medical care, our animal health professionals perform check-ups and blood analysis directly on site, in our customized laboratory. On top of specialized services, you can also add cat grooming, digital x-rays as well as an accessory store, flea treatments, food, and much more!
At Ami-Fidèle veterinary clinic, we take the time to explain all the possible alternatives, allowing you to take an informed decision. We guide you on a daily basis when it comes to choosing food, age-dependent food transitions and bodily care. However, beyond medical treatments, we want you to feel comfortable as if you were home, because we are more than a work team, we are a family that will remain loyal!
Even though there has been many changes over the years, our clinic's mission never changed. It always has been to offer better care for your companions. Our work will always consist of accompanying you throughout the life of your pet and in good and bad moments equally.
Ami-Fidèle veterinary clinic has a long story behind it. Founded by Dr. Andrée Lafaille in 1978, it was located on Gouin boulevard in Saint-Jean- sur-Richelieu under the name Saint-Edmond veterinary clinic. In December 1984, we moved to 478, Saint-Jacques street. A few years later, the name was changed to Ami-Fidèle veterinary clinic.
In 2006, Dr. Lafaille sold the clinic to Dr. Francis Caignon, an experienced veterinarian known for his kindness and unconditional love of pets. Surrounding himself with old colleagues as well as the personnel currently working there, he offers the clients a warm, caring and professional service.
In June 2016, Dr. Yannick Charbonneau-Plante joined Dr. Caignon to help him carry on the mission of the clinic. In the summer of 2017, the veterinary clinic moves its facilities to new and more spacious rooms that are better suited to accommodate their 4-legged patients and their owners.