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Dr. Elkin Seto
The new clinic is NOW OPEN

Clinique Vétérinaire Sud-Ouest Inc. / Sud-Ouest Veterinary Clinic is located at 4028 rue Notre Dame West, H4C 1R1. Call 514-600-VETS (8387). There is meter parking right in front and a city parking lot with meters across the street.

Dr. Elkin Seto - Bio
Dr. Elkin Seto graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2000.  Since then he has been working in small animal practices in Montreal.  

He was born in Vancouver, B.C. and moved to Montreal in 1983.  

He completed a BComm from Concordia University before pursuing his studies in veterinary medicine.  

Dr. Seto’s special interests lie in dentistry and surgery.

He has been playing violin since the age of 3 and now enjoys playing with his children who are also violinists.  

In his spare time Dr. Seto enjoys spending time with his wife, 3 children, and 2 dogs.



Dr. Elkin Seto
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