We provide the following services and more:
Vaccinations, Medical Assessment, Healthcare Plans, Spay and Neuter and other surgeries, Tranquilization/Sedation, Pain Management and Control, Dentistry, Radiology (X-rays), Heart Worm/Tick/Flea Control and Dermatology (Skin)



Vaccines are an important way to ensure that your pet and family members are protected against diseases.



From spays and neuters to more serious surgeries, Dr. Della Fortuna and the Binbrook Family have you covered.



Know the signs of dental disease:
Yellow or brown buildup (tartar) on the teeth, red or bleeding gums, bad breath, excessive drooling, changes in eating habits, pawing at the face, loose teeth, depression.


Pet Examinations

Bringing your pet in for an annual diagnostic and wellness checkup can help reassure you that your dog or cat is healthy or help us detect hidden diseases or conditions.

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Friends of Binbrook Animal Hospital



Heartworm Positives

The cost of heart worm prevention is a fraction of the cost of heartworm treatment.


Lyme disease positives

The TICKs are coming for you.


Licks and hugs

Over 1 million hugs served and counting!


Pet new years resolutions

Pets who have lost weight this season

The Team

Delaney Della Fortuna

Veterinarian/Owner Dr. Delaney has been a Veterinarian with Binbrook Animal Hospital almost since the beginning and took over the practice summer 2016. Her future of becoming a veterinarian was pretty obvious at a young age when she would rather train the families foster Seeing Eye and Hearing Ear dogs than play with her friends. Adopting a love for horses along the way didn’t hurt either to inspire her to become an animal doctor.

Graduating from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2008, Dr. Delaney spent the fist couple years in large animal practice before moving to small animals exclusively. This has been one the best decisions of her life. She has a special interest in surgery and dental care, however, this changes all the time since there are so many aspects of Veterinary Medicine that deserve attention.

Residing in Binbrook, as her ancestors did as part of the farming community in the 1800′s Dr. Delaney lives with her husband John, 3 crazy kids Lincoln, Harlyn and Boston, and Phoenix, the very first fur-baby! Then there’s the horses. Sadie the mule who will live forever and Ruby the pony cross who keeps the kids on their toes.

Dr. Delaney is a member of the Binbrook Agricultural Society, Hamilton Academy of Veterinary Medicine and Ontario Veterinary Medical Assocaition. In her spare time she enjoys playing with every member of her family, baking and horse back riding.

Krissy Swallow


In the fall of 2014 Krissy started a year maternity leave, however, she has decided to stay and we are thrilled. She worked very hard to learn the Binbrook Animal Hospital routine and has been teaching us a lot about pain care in our patients which she has a keen interest in.

Krissy was born in Timmins, Ontario and was then raised in Orillia until she was 7. Before calling Hamilton home, Burlington was a nice place to spend her teenage and early adult years.

After graduating from Northern Colleges Veterinary Technician program in 2008 she worked at a wide variety of veterinary hospitals throughout the Hamilton area. She has a special interest in pain management, lost/stolen pets and would love to give every stray cat a home if she could.

When she is not busy taking care of your pets here in hospital she goes home to her lovely little girl Kayla and hubby Brett. She also calls a little kitty Patches part of the family which she has taken in and shares care of her dog Hope with her Mom and Dad. Not that anyone really has time for much with work and a busy family life but Krissy gets out there on weekends to help find lost pets, hike, roller blade, or sometimes work away at a cross stitch pattern or scrap book.

Meghan Brydges

Customer Service

Meghan is our Customer Service Representative and Animal Assistant at Binbrook Animal Hospital. She started her career in the veterinary world as a co-op student where she learned the basics of dealing with pets and people. She graduated from Ancaster High School and is currently working her way through school to become a Registered Veterinary Technician through Thompson Rivers University.

Meghan was born on a farm in Mount Hope where she had a slight obsession with the barn kittens. She currently lives in Caledonia with her new husband Chad and her fur babies Kane and Tazer, both German Short Haired Pointers. She enjoys working out, running the dogs and spending time with her friends and family.

Meghan feels it’s important to be approachable and knowledgeable in this profession and she works hard to learn more and more.

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