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Please note, Nobleton Veterinary Clinic will be closed on December 24, 2020 at 12pm and will not re-open until January 4, 2021 at 9am.

Please refer to the following 24 hour Emergency Clinics for assistance, if required, during our holiday closure.

Vaughan/Richmondhill Emergency Clinic: 10303 Yonge St. RichmondHill, (905) 884-1832

Brampton Emergency Clinic:  1 Wexford Road #10, Brampton, (905) 495 9907

Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital: 21 Rolark Drive, Scarborough, (416) 247 8387

404 Veterniary Emergency and Referral: 510 Harry Walker Parkway, Newmarket, (905) 953 1933

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays and we all wish our clients, their families and their pets the best in 2021!

The entire team at Nobleton Vet mourns the loss of Dr. Helen Wicki's husband, Dr. Shachar Don Nadler.

Dr. Wicki and her family appreciate the respect for her privacy during this difficult and sad time as she takes some time away from the clinic to spend with loved ones.

Nobleton Veterinary Clinic continues to operate under regular business hours with veterinarians Dr. Jayme Harvey-Micay and Dr. Chiara Switzer.

NADLER, Dr. Shachar Don 

May 15, 1946 - November 3, 2020 


A husband to Dr. Helen Wicki Nadler, father to Daphnée, Sarah-Juliet and Hannah, grandfather to Riley Boghen, and colleague, teacher and friend to many. 

The son of Holocaust survivors, a scrappy, spindly, self-proclaimed street-rat, city slicker, and troublemaker from the docks of Haifa, Israel. A high school drop out with intelligence, grit, curiosity, determination, and the desire to prove to those who doubted him otherwise. He completed a post-doctoral degree at NASA in physical chemistry. He was a scientist, spectroscopist, storyteller, craftsman, inventor, and creator who shared his wisdom with anyone who'd listen or had an hour or two to spare. He was complicated, unfiltered, honest, stubborn, hilarious, generous, and loyal. He lived hard and well, motivating and loving his loved ones fiercely and defending them all almost to a fault. His unique, adventurous, and infectious energy, as well as his signature hat, suspenders, sandals, conducting hands, and the melodies of his whistles are ingrained in the memories of all who were fortunate to have met him. 

When our skin feels the warmth of sun, the sand, or the salty wind and waves of the sea, we know he is with us. Rest sweetly and in tranquility our most beloved desert man. 


COVID 19 UPDATE - Edited July 18, 2020

Email address: [email protected]

*Updated hours notice*

Nobleton Vet has been deemed an essential service since the very beginning of the COVID19 situation and as a result, our small family of staff have been working extended hours to continue providing care to our clients and their pets through these unprecedented times. As a result of that, we have all reached a level of burn out that we cannot continue with - on that note we will be closed on Saturdays, beginning with Saturday, July 25, 2020 for an undetermined amount of time.

Thank you for your support during these strange times and we will let everyone know when we are back to our regular hours.

Further changes to the hours may be subject to change suddenly and without notice, though we will do our best to inform of any changes as they occur.

At Nobleton Veterinary Clinic, we are committed to the health of our clients and companion patients. As such, we are closely monitoring the developing COVID-19 situation. At this time, we are committed to remain open. On top of our current comprehensive cleaning and safety protocols, we have increased our efforts around the hospital to keep exposure to COVID-19 to a minimum.  

  What are we doing?

  • We use a known viricidal (virus killing) spray frequently on exposed surfaces – especially focusing in on the waiting room, the exam room, the surgical and treatment area, and other high-traffic areas of the hospital
  • Our staff is highly educated in infections, infection control, and disease process for our veterinary patients, the majority of this knowledge which applies in this human-based crisis
  • We are committed to continuing to see patients for necessary procedures – please phone us for details/booking.

What is the risk to our animals?

  • According to WHO, the risk of transmission from humans to cats and dogs is likely incredibly low, based on current information.
  • Despite this, they still recommend frequent handwashing around pets and discourage letting your dog and cat lick your face, until more is known.

What can our clients do?

In order to keep us from having an exposure in hospital, we ask the following:

  • If you are in self-isolation, we ask you not to bring yourself or pet in hospital. If it is life threatening pet emergency, we will direct you to one of the emergency hospitals who will have specific protocols for you to follow.
  • If you have a travel history, have come into possible contact with a COVID-19 positive person, or have any sign of respiratory disease we ask you to not enter the clinic under any circumstances
    • If your pet is sick and needs an appointment: Please phone first - We may ask you to drop off your pet for an exam and admit from your car and have a doctor or staff member take history over the phone.
  • We ask for patience. We are experiencing very high call volumes and ask that you leave a message if it is not urgent. Otherwise please phone again - we are doing our best to provide service quickly and efficiently. Emailing is a great option for getting in contact with us for non - urgent needs.
  • We are implementing a closed door policy - we are not allowing anyone in to the clinic under any circumstance. This is for both staff and client safety. We ask that when arriving at the clinic, you phone us from the car and a staff member will pick up your pet and/or deliver your pet back to you and/or leave food or medications for curb side pick up. Please be respectful of these protocols and be aware that there may be increased wait times outside of the building.
  • We are experiencing delivery delays on food and medication and as such, we will be limiting the volumes available for purchase at one time. We ask that you please phone us well in advance to order as we cannot guarantee delivery times.

We will continue to communicate with you on any changes to our COVID-19 plan by our website and social media (facebook.)   As the current situation changes, we will continue to provide further updates, but we ask that everyone do what they can to keep everyone safe and remain patient. We will do our best to remain open and available, however we cannot remain open if staff cannot safely do their jobs or keep those in their homes safe. We thank you for your understanding.


From all of us at Nobleton Veterinary Clinic we wish you safety and health in these uncertain times. 

   Dr Wicki and the staff of Nobleton Veterinary Clinic

Creating trust of pets and their people through compassion and integrity.

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veterinarian_dog.pngNobleton Veterinary Clinic provides medical, surgical, dental, reproduction, nutritional counseling and xray services for our patients. We work on an appointment basis, however if immediate attention is required, we will do our best to ensure your pet is seen as quickly as possible.

Grooming is available for dogs and cats on Mondays and Wednesdays by Vicki's All Breed Grooming service, located via a separate entrance at the back of our building. Call Vicki Thomas at 905-252-2274 to book your pet’s appointment.

We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Browse around and look at our articles and pet videos. If you have questions, feel free to call 905-859-4670 or email us and we'll do our best to promptly get back to you. For directions, check out our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our newsletter; In between your veterinary visits, your pet will benefit from you reading these free informative articles.

At Nobleton Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Helen Wicki-Nadler, Dr. Jayme Harvey-Micay and Dr. Chiara Switzer
Nobleton Veterinary Clinic 905-859-4670

13135 Hwy 27
Nobleton, ON L0G 1N0

Office Hours

Please refer to our Holiday Hours Notice and subsequent closures. Phones may not be answered until after 9AM


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10303 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill

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