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DMV-North in Blainville
1 800 463-8555
20, Boulevard des Châteaux, Blainville (QC), J7B 1Z8
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DMV-South in Saint-Hubert
1 800 463-8555
1655, Boulevard des Promenades, St-Hubert (Qc) J3Y 5K2
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DMV Montréal
1 800 463-8555
2300, 54e Avenue, Montréal (Lachine) H8T 3R2
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After treatments or surgery, once your pet no longer needs DMV’s specialized 24-hour care, you’ll be able to transfer your pet to your regular veterinary clinic. As soon as your pet’s health is stable, we strongly encourage you take it home if your regular veterinarian can offer daily or regular medical supervision.

Exotic animals transfers

Injured or ailing exotic animals can be stabilized at DMV Center, but they must be transferred to more specialized clinics as soon as possible during working hours.

If DMV offers the specialized care the pet needs, the transfer will be automatic and the animal will not need to be physically moved. However, if the specialized care required is not offered by DMV, you will be responsible for the transfer to your chosen specialist.