Welcome to 
CENTRAL NOVA ANIMAL HOSPITAL
 

Find us at 29 Main Street in Truro, N.S.
Please call (902) 893-4331 
to schedule
an appointment!

At Central Nova Animal Hospital


Image of a dog wearing a stethoscope

We understand the unique bond between an owner and their pets. As animal owners and lovers in a medical field we know the importance of pet health and it is our goal to treat every patient with compassion and care. We are a 6 veterinarian, full service AAHA accredited animal hospital offering a full range of preventative care, in-house diagnostics, surgical, dental and medical treatments using state-of-the art equipment. We strive to maintain a progressive hospital with high standards for patient care.


But most importantly, at Central Nova Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are!

Dr. Jennifer McKay Dr. Ed Macmillan
Dr. Penny Richards Dr. Kim Babineau
Dr. Kayla Collins     
       Dr. Candace Zwicker
  Dr. Troye McPherson

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Happy Easter! We will be closed Good Friday April 19 and open Saturday and Monday regular hours.




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