We are once again open to in-person veterinary visits and always will continue to be a fear-free clinic first and foremost.
The weather is warming and the ticks are swarming. It’s time to get your dog on their tick preventive.
As we continue to offer curbside care, we want to assure you that we have and always will continue to be a fear free clinic first and foremost
As the number of COVID cases rises in Toronto, our main focus, as it has been all along, is to keep our clients and our team safe.
We can resume our full range of services, including Annual Visits, but there are still many constraints and procedures to keep you and our team safe.
Thinking about adding a new dog to your household can be exciting, but overwhelming too! We’ve put together a series of posts to help you through the process.
Pheromones are chemicals which both people and animals give off naturally as a way of communicating to others of the same species. We use calming synthetic pheromones to reduce anxiety in both our feline and canine patients.
As times change, so does our understanding and practice of pet health care. In keeping with current research, we have chosen to stop de-clawing cats.
So you have to get the kids to school, you’ve got meetings all day, lunch with an old friend, and Jane has to be picked up from skating. You wake up in the morning and the cat’s been throwing up all night. Days like these are why we’re introducing Pet Drop-off.