Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are only allowing pets to come into the clinic. Please remain in your vehicle when you arrive and call the Animal Eye Clinic number (519-654-2040) on the parking signs.
When we are ready to see your pet, one of our friendly staff members will come to your vehicle to pick them up. Please wear a face mask and have your pet ready with you outside your vehicle when they come to retrieve your pet.
During the appointment we will call you to collect more information about your pet’s eye problems. Following the comprehensive eye exam of your pet, Dr. Whelan will explain his findings and recommendations. After he has written the discharge we will bring your pet, the discharge and any medications back to you in your vehicle.
If you require medication refills, please complete the online form a week in advance before your medication is needed as we are continuing to do refills by scheduled pick up only.
We provide specialist diagnostics, medicine and surgery to help maintain and maximize your pet's eye health and vision. Our goal is to diagnose the cause of your pet’s eye problem and find the best possible solution for your pet and you.Our Services
The Animal Eye Clinic of Waterloo Region is a small team located in Morriston, who are passionate about providing specialist eye care for your pet. We all contribute a variety of skills to optimize the care and services for your pet and you.About Us
The Animal Eye Clinic of Waterloo Region has moved locations. We are now located at 20 Queen Street, Morriston, ON N0B 2C0 (just south of the junction of Hwy 401 and Hwy 6 South).
Look for the sign for 20 / 22 Queen Street outside the Picard’s Peanuts building. Use their driveway to drive around to the back of their building. There are numbered car parks for you to park in.
When you arrive, please call the phone number on the sign (519-654-2040) and let us know your car park number.
Dr. Whelan will be away from the Clinic from Aug 19th – Sept 6th to return to New Zealand for a family bereavement.
The clinic will still be open daily from 9am – 4pm over this time and staffed with a veterinary technician (Erika) and a receptionist (Kim or Tracy).
If your pet has an ocular emergency during this time you will need to talk to your veterinarian, go to an emergency veterinary clinic or have your veterinarian contact one of the other veterinary ophthalmologists in Toronto or Ottawa.
We are currently receiving large numbers of new referrals from all over Ontario.
This is too long for many of the medical cases being referred.
We will update the website when we are taking new medical referral patients.
We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Dr. Whelan and Staff