We are very happy to welcome Dr. Hannah Titus to the Blue Cross Animal Hospital veterinary team.
As we inch back to a new normal in Toronto, we are expanding our hours to be closer to our normal operating times, as well as re-starting 4DX testing on Saturdays.
As you know the Covid-19 Pandemic is accelerating quickly. We are trying to remain open to continue to provide needed urgent care to your pets. For the safety of all, the following procedures are being put in place for as long as required. We ask that you respect these procedures–they are designed to protect both you and our team and keep us open as a hospital.
In light of the current situation and due to the concerns around the spread of COVID-19, we want to update you on the measures we are taking in response to this unprecedented crisis.
From start to finish, Willow and Leo were a delight, and we just had to share some pictures.
We’re very proud to share our new video introduction to Blue Cross Animal Hospital. Click through to see a snapshot of a day in the life in our clinic, including some of the adorable pets who make our day worthwhile.
Whether you are staying in the city or heading to the cottage, we hope the sun comes out and you enjoy the extra time off. We’ve compiled a short list of tips that should keep your weekend smooth and your pets happy.
Introducing our newest Fear Free tool for keeping your pet’s fear, anxiety and stress low during procedures–Slow Treaters, or as we call them here, Licky Mats!
A pet is considered to be senior when they are over the age of 7, as this is generally the age when most pets start to slow down a little. It’s also the age when they become much less likely to be adopted from shelters or rescues.
We’d like to re-introduce you to our technician, Elaine. Her son has the chance to go to the Little League World Series.
Monty is a five-year-old, neutered male cat looking for his forever home!
What’s better than curling up on the couch with your friends, family and pets to watch a movie during a chilly March break!? And what’s better than a feel-good funny movie about pets? We might be biased, but we think the envelope goes to any of this list of twenty of our favourite animal-related movies!