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For any emergencies after hours please visit Central Toronto Veterinary Emergency Clinic
Dundas Euclid Animal Hospital is one of very few clinics in the area that uses laser technology. Laser technology is a state of the art tool that provides your pet with many benefits and options when surgery is needed.
Please click on the link above to read more.
The 24PetWatch microchip is tiny chip, the size of a grain of rice, that is implanted in your pet to ensure that they can be identified if they ever get lost or go missing.
Report a lost pet or to get additional information about 24Petwatch click here.
To have your pet implanted with a microchip and to have piece of mind that your pet is protected call Dundas Euclid Animal Hospital today!
CLINIC SPECIAL - At the time of your pets spay or neuter recieve a 50% discount on the microchip implantation
Planning to travel with your pet aboard? Make sure that you research which documents are needed for your destination country. It is important to look into this process several months before you travel in order to avoid hassles.
Dundas Euclid Animal Hospital does provide in clinic international health certificates but it is the responsibility of the person traveling to know which documents are needed to travel.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) provides information and country appropriate certificates for travel.
Pet Health Network has dedicated a site that allows you the pet owner access to valuable information about your pet's well being. Watch videos and find answers to questions that you still may have after leaving your consultation with the veterinarian.
Dundas Euclid Animal Hospital Vet approved!
Annex Cat Rescue is a Toronto-based cat rescue organization that helps foster and adopt cats that are homeless or abandoned. They educate the public regarding the proper care of cats and reducing the feral, homeless, and abandoned cat population. They also feed many feral cat colonies on a year long basis.
Dundas Euclid Animal Hospital strongly supports this organization. We provide a helping hand with all that is needed to get these sick cats back to good health.
Established by the Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA) in 2002, the Farley Foundation (a registered charity) assists people in need by subsidizing the cost of veterinary care for the pets that mean the world to them.
Front Street Animal Hospital is our sister clinic.
They are located at 548 Front St.
Wellesley Animal Hospital is our sister clinic.
Located in the heart of Toronto's vibrant Yonge & Wellesley neighborhood, our practice offers full service health and wellness care for dogs, cats, and small mammals in all shapes and sizes.