Long, happy & healthy lives

At Timberlea Veterinary Clinic we want your animal companion(s) to live long, happy and healthy lives through caring, compassionate and exceptional veterinary services. We also believe that every pet should receive basic veterinary care and we are therefore dedicated to providing affordable routine veterinary services for all of our canine and feline patients.

Our Story

Isabelle Cote and Amanda Glew first began working together at a small clinic in Hudson over 14 years ago, and a friendship was quickly formed. It was early one morning when Isabelle realized that her beloved dog Canelle was suffering from bloat, that she reached out to Amanda to assist.

Twenty minutes later they were both in emergency surgery with Canelle, and that’s when everything changed. The 2 women realized they wanted to continue practicing veterinary medicine together, and open a clinic of their own. They decided to combine their 35 years of experience so they could bring their vision of an affordable, personable and warm country vet clinic into the West Island community where they could continue to do what they do best. Equally important to them was to continue their work with the rescue groups.

They have achieved this goal with the opening of the Timberlea Veterinary Clinic in Kirkland. Amanda and Isabelle have surrounded themselves with a highly skilled team who share their vision, as well as state of the art equipment, services and facilities. It is here that you will find everything you need to give your furry friends the best care possible.

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." — Gandhi

Upcoming Events

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The Timberlea Veterinary Clinic is often in the news. You can read Dr. Glew's latest blog on montrealdogblog.com. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for upcoming events - we have blood donor clinics, we participate in the Kirkland Winter fair, we run adoption/microchip/fundraisers for local animal rescues, as well as give seminars. We believe in being part of your community.


A full physical exam is done to ensure the health of your animal prior to administration of appropriate vaccines. Each vaccination protocol is tailored to your animal's needs, based on their health, age, and risk. Not all vaccines need to be given every year, which is why it is important to select what is best for your animal.

In addtion to vaccines, part of a wellness program includes deworming (including heartworm prevention), flea prevention, lyme/heartworm/tick-borne disease testing for dogs and feline leukemia/FIV testing for cats. This is especially important if they go outside. Once older, senior blood tests and thyroid levels are recommended annually, especially if they are on medication.

Boutique Pawville

Welcome to our boutique. When we first decided to establish a store in the Timberlea Veterinary Clinic we spent a lot of time talking to people just like you who shared their homes with their 4 legged friends. It was very important to us that we stock the store with those items that would make your life easier and your dog or cat’s lives more complete.

We brought in toys and treats, collars and leashes, beds and crates, brushes and combs, and some interesting and fun gifts for people too... quality items that are practical, useful and fun.


The Timberlea Veterinary Clinic, in keeping with our mission statement, is proud to provide a reasonable-cost dental service, in order to ensure that animals can benefit from annual dentistries if necessary, preferably before periodontal disease sets in. Our goal is to keep your animal's mouth healthy, which in turn, will keep your animal healthy. Call us to obtain our price list (our basic dentistry includes anesthetic, IV fluids, post operative morphine). We also have a digital dental xray machine, which allows us to quickly ascertain dental disease.