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Carnegy Animal Hospital

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Useful Links

Emergency Services

We recommend Coastal Care Veterinary Emergency & Referral Hospital & Maritime Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Centre to ensure that those emergencies your pet experiences during the night, on weekends, and on holidays are attended to professionally and quickly.


Community Involvement

Poison Control

Poison Control: This site offers valuable information to pet owners and a 24-hour call service (fees may apply)

Professional Affiliations

  • American Animal Hospital Associations: Part of our dedication to practice success and quality pet care, AAHA has developed a set of accreditation standards that are widely used as benchmarks to measure excellence in veterinary medicine. Currently, more than 3,200 veterinary clinics hold the

  • American Association of Feline Practitioners: The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) is a professional organization representing feline practitioners who are passionate about the care of cats. The AAFP is dedicated to advancing the field of feline medicine and surgery by setting the s

  • Atlantic Veterinary College

  • Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA): is your reliable source for expert advice from the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association. This website provides animal owners with general information on common animal health issues and conditions, as well as helpful resources on every

  • Nova Scotia Veterinary Association: This association promotes the standards of practice for veterinary medicine and regulates the same.

Community Affiliations

Rescue Groups: Our veterinary hospital assists a number of rescue and adoption agencies as well as those offering trap and release programs.

Service Dogs: We welcome service dogs and their owners to our practice and are proud to provide care for these animals.

SPCA: Dr. Carnegy enjoyed a long-time affiliation with both the local and provincial branches of the SPCA and generously donated his time to these societies.

Halifax Regional Municipality: Due to the success of the pilot project in 2001, our hospital acts as a deputy office so that pet owners may register their dogs and obtain their city tags.

Students: A limited number of volunteer positions are made available from time to time for students wishing to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. When time and resources permit, students in high school, pharmacy, and technician/veterinary assistant training are given an opportunity to spend time in the hospital to gain knowledge in the field of veterinary medicine. We also are pleased to offer practical experience to veterinary students as they seek to gain training and hands-on experience.