Toronto Veterinarians And Mobile Vets

Citywide/Downtown/East York/Etobicoke/Midtown/North York/Scarborough

Downtown : 

Annex Animal Hospital

Veterinarians in downtown Toronto416-537-3128
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The Annex Animal Hospital was first established at 716 Bathurst St. at Bloor St. in 1978. Our professional veterinary care team has been providing excellent quality pet health care and emergency vet services for over 30 years in downtown Toronto, Ontario. We strive to provide courteous, and compassionate care for our clients and their pets. Your new puppy, kitten, dog or cat is always welcome at our hospital.
Why choose Annex?
  • •  Four skilled and caring veterinarians to provide personalized pet care
  • •  Appointments scheduled for your convenience, including Saturdays and evenings
  • •  No long waiting times for veterinarian appointments or prescription refills
  • •  Downtown Toronto clinic location with parking and close to all transit
  • •  Over 30 years in business with experienced staff to support you and your pet
Our Toronto veterinarians emphasize preventive medicine, balanced pet nutrition, and “pet parent” education. We aim to help keep your new puppy and kitten healthy so that you may enjoy their companionship throughout a longer and healthier lifetime. This includes neuter and spay surgery, and flea and heartworm prevention. Our Toronto animal hospital also offers a complete selection of veterinary dog food, prescription cat food, and dog grooming services. Evening and Saturday appointments available.
Our veterinarians and full animal hospital staff are ready to serve you and care for your pet cat and dog. Contact us today! Our friendly Toronto animal hospital staff members will be happy to answer any of your questions.

East York :

St. Clair East Animal Hospital

Phone: 647-348-4889
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Full Service veterinary clinic located in East York ,Toronto. It is located at 2879 St Clair Ave East, easily accessible from Victoria Park and O'Connor. Our aim is to provide you and your pet with the highest standard of veterinary care and  personal service. Our veterinary clinic offers a wide range of services, from puppy and kitten exam/vaccine, spay and neuter, to dental procedures, digital radiographyultrasound and laparoscopic spay. We are a No Declaw practice. We also Recently added the Mobile Unit so we can offer House Call Veterinary Care at your home.

We strive to provide everything you need for the well-being of your pet. Your best friend deserves it.
Our smaller clinic will ensure that you see the same vet for follow ups and the same familiar faces of our support staff. We also work at a slower pace and allocate longer appointment times. This gives us more time with clients and the patients, allowing us a more relaxed consultation with time to discuss problems and treatment options in greater depth.

Full service veterinary clinic. Providing Wellness Exam and Complete  Blood Profile, Vaccine and Preventing care, Laparoscopic Surgery, Digital X ray, Dentistry and Ultrasound.

North Toronto
Veterinarians in midtown Toronto3158 Yonge Sreet
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"We treat your pets as if they were our own"
At Lawrence Park Animal Hospital, we care about your pets. With a team of devoted pet owners and animal lovers, we guarantee that we will provide your four-legged loved one with the best medical practices and offer you exceptional customer service. We are available to assist you and your pet at Lawrence Park Animal Hospital Monday to Friday from 8am to 7pm, and on Saturdays from 9am to 2pm. We will do our very best to accommodate walk-ins and emergencies.

Midtown Mobile Veterinary Services 

Phone Number : 416-817-3572
Mobile Vets In TorontoEmail : [email protected]
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Midtown Mobile Veterinary Services is a new service in Toronto offered by veterinarian, Dr. Faith Banks.  This house call practice focuses on providing palliative, hospice and end-of-life care to geriatric and sick pets.  Consultations in clients' homes enables Dr. Banks to properly assess how they (the owners) and their pets are doing during these difficult times and come up with a "home plan" for further care.  The 5 Step Strategy for Comprehensive Palliative and Hospice Care Plan will be followed which includes:  
1.  Evaluation of the pet owner's needs, beliefs and goals. 
2.  Education about the disease process.
3.  Development of a personalized plan for the pet and pet owner.  
4.  Application of palliative or hospice care techniques.  
5.  Emotional support during the care process and after the death of the pet.

Palliative care should be started as soon as your pet has been diagnosed with a serious disease. You may have pursued treatments in your regular vet clinic, or you may have been told there is nothing that can be done to cure your pet. If you want to continue care at home or if your pet did not respond to the treatment and you decide to treat the symptoms at home, palliative or comfort care can be started immediately.  Palliative care techniques are aimed at improving your pet's quality of life with a main focus on preventing or decreasing your pet's pain.

Hospice is focused on giving pets a safe, caring, intimate end-of-life experience in their home environment. Throughout hospice or "Pawspice" every effort is made to prevent the anxiety of hospital visits and to allow pets and owners the maximum amount of time together while owners care for their pets at home.  Hospice care always includes palliative care to allow terminally ill pets to live out their lives as fully, comfortably, and pain free as possible until natural death occurs or the pet’s caregivers decide on humane euthanasia. In human medicine, hospice care is provided when a person has six months or less to live. In veterinary medicine, hospice care is utilized when the pet has several weeks or days to live. Hospice care may be an alternative to immediate euthanasia, when you feel you or your pet are not yet ready to say goodbye. Hospice recognizes that death is a natural part of the cycle of life, and does not have to be feared. Hospice care does not prolong nor hasten death. Hospice care focuses on the physical and emotional needs of both you and your pet.

Midtown Mobile Veterinary Services is fully accredited by the College of Veterinarians of Ontario.  As such,  we are able to provide in-home euthanasia to allow people to say goodbye to their pets in the comfort and privacy of their home.  This calm environment is definitely less stressful for owners and their pets thus allowing a more intimate and personalized experience during their final good-bye.