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Clinique V�t�rinaire Masson

3988, rue Masson
Montr�al, QC H1X 1T5
Tel: 514-727-1911

Clinique V�t�rinaire Delorimier & Rosemont

5931, avenue de Lorimier
Montr�al, QC H2G 2P2
Tel: 514-721-4946

Clinique V�t�rinaire Journet

2225, rue Gilford
Montr�al, QC H2H 1H7
Tel: 514-521-0647

Clinique V�t�rinaire Iberville

2525A, rue Jean-Talon Est
Montr�al, QC H2A 1T6
Tel: 514-223-1197

Clinique V�t�rinaire Jean Talon

4127, rue Jean-Talon Est
Saint-L�onard, QC H1S 1J6
Tel: 514-728-8191

Clinique V�t�rinaire Beaubien E

1321, rue Beaubien Est
Montr�al, QC H2G 1K7
Tel: 514-272-3291

Bureaux V�t�rinaires Dr Pierre Lord

3488, rue Hochelaga
Montr�al, QC H1W 1H5
Tel: 514-521-2178

Animom�dic H�pital V�t�rinaire

4000, avenue de Lorimier
Montr�al, QC H2K 3X7
Tel: 514-521-1678

Clinique V�t�rinaire Sur Quatre Pattes

5178, rue Beaubien Est
Montr�al, QC H1T 1W1
Tel: 514-254-3401

Clinique V�t�rinaire Villeray-Papineau

7655, avenue Papineau
Montr�al, QC H2E 2H1
Tel: 514-593-6777

Clinique V�t�rinaire De Maisonneuve

4051, rue Ontario Est
Montr�al, QC H1W 1T3
Tel: 514-527-3311

Clinique V�t�rinaire F�line

4102, rue Saint-Denis
Montr�al, QC H2W 2M5
Tel: 514-284-3178

M�decin V�t�rinaire de St-Louis

3928, rue Saint-Hubert
Montr�al, QC H2L 4A5
Tel: 514-282-1161

Clinique V�t�rinaire De St Louis

3928, rue Saint-Hubert
Montr�al, QC H2L 4A5
Tel: 514-282-1161

Clinique V�t�rinaire Du Quartier

5807, rue B�langer
Saint-L�onard, QC H1T 1G5
Tel: 514-259-2541

Clinique V�t�rinaire St-Denis

7364, rue Saint-Denis
Montr�al, QC H2R 2E4
Tel: 514-274-1521

Polyclinique V�t�rinaire

1901 de Maisonneuve E
Montr�al, QC H2K 4P4
Tel: 514-524-2727

Clinique V�t�rinaire Plateau Mont-Royal

127, avenue du Mont-Royal Ouest
Montr�al, QC H2T 2S9
Tel: 514-842-5490

Chaton Sant� Clinique V�t�rinaire Pour Chats

1052, avenue Bernard
Outremont, QC H2V 1T8
Tel: 514-276-4668

Clinique V�t�rinaire Tou-Chat-Tou

1419, rue Montcalm
Montr�al, QC H2L 3G9
Tel: 514-597-2428

Hotel Lord Berri

1199, rue Berri
Montr�al, QC H2L 4C6
Tel: 514-845-9236

Clinique V�t�rinaire Pillet

910, avenue Ogilvy
Montr�al, QC H3N 1P1
Tel: 514-273-4921

Viandes Champlain Inc (Les)

4587, boulevard des Grandes-Prairies
Saint-L�onard, QC H1R 1A5
Tel: 514-324-7913

Clinique V�t�rinaire De Lille

2370, avenue Charland
Montr�al, QC H1Z 1B7
Tel: 514-381-3848

Clinique V�t�rinaire de Longueuil

400, rue Saint-Charles Ouest
Longueuil, QC J4H 1G2
Tel: 450-651-6040

Marriott R�sidence Inn-Montr�al Centre-Ville

2045, rue Peel
Montr�al, QC H3A 1T6
Tel: 514-982-6064

Hopital V�t�rinaire Lacordaire

9364, boulevard Lacordaire
Saint-L�onard, QC H1R 2B7
Tel: 514-322-9386

Anjou Clinique V�t�rinaire

6061, boulevard Louis-H.-Lafontaine
Anjou, QC H1K 4C3
Tel: 514-352-5450

Clinique V�t�rinaire Jarry

7383, rue Jarry
Anjou, QC H1J 1G8
Tel: 514-355-1138

Ahuntsic H�pital V�t�rinaire du Nord

9988, rue Lajeunesse
Montr�al, QC H3L 2E1
Tel: 514-382-1184

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