Jan 12 2012

May 2007


This female shar-pei suffered from entropion – turning in of the eyelids so that the skin and hair is actually touching the cornea. It is a painful condition and if not corrected can eventually lead to blindness by chronically irritating the cornea. The entropion was corrected surgically by removal of enough skin below the lids to turn the eyelids outward. This is a photo immediately post-op. Surgery was performed by Dr. Cathy Hooper using a laser.


This is several months post-op – all the swelling is gone and this little girl can now see well and without pain. Her eyes look perfectly normal.

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Our Clinic

Mono Veterinary Clinic Professional Corporation opened its doors in March of 1989 as the third small animal clinic in the immediate Orangeville area. Since its inception, the clinic has operated as a solo practice, run by Dr. Gudrun Thomas aka Goodie.

Location Hours
Monday8:30am – 7:00pm
Tuesday8:30am – 5:00pm
Wednesday8:30am – 7:00pm
Thursday8:30am – 5:00pm
Friday8:30am – 7:00pm

Emergency Process When the office is closed veterinary services are provided by Emergency Veterinary Clinic Hwy 10 in Brampton. This clinic is located on the southeast corner of Wexford and Hwy 10, one light south of Fishermans Drive. The number there is 905-495-9907. They are open from 7 pm to 8 am Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, and then from Friday nights at 7 pm straight through until Monday 8am. They are also open on stat holidays. If your pet is hospitalized overnight and needs to come back to us, please note that their pickup time is between 7 and 7:30a. We are normally not open until 8:30a. If you would leave a message on our office phone 519-941-6383 we will do our very best to meet you at the clinic well before 8:30a.