Dundas Euclid Animal Hospital

840 Dundas St W
Toronto, ON M6J 1V5

(416) 362-9696

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Monday - Friday 8:00am-7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am-4:00pm

The Critter Chronicles

Puppy Grooming

By: Mari Kusanagi Let’s talk about your puppy! Early grooming is essential for any puppy, even if they’re a breed that requires less maintenance. Teaching your puppy the basics like handling and brushing is extremely important if you intend on bringing them in for grooming for years to come. Grooming can be a stressful event […]

Identifying Pain in Cats and Dogs

By: Dr. Edison Barrientos One of the most common questions I get asked is: Is my pet in pain? This is a very important question as nobody wants for our furry friends to be in discomfort. Unfortunately, animals can’t just tell us when they hurt. Dogs won’t always express pain by whining and cats are […]

A guide to the best dog parks in Toronto (Downtown West)

By Dr. Edison Barrientos Today’s urban dog has an incredible number of options for getting outdoors, exercising and meeting new buddies. Some Pet Moms and Dads like to take them for a stroll on some of our many walkable downtown avenues. Queen Street West, Kensington Market, College Street, King Street West, Bloor Street and Queens […]

Medical Emergencies

Unfortunately, emergencies don’t always happen during regular business hours. We are proud to announce that we have recently added the full-service VETS Toronto emergency hospital to our network of clinics in downtown Toronto to better serve our clients after-hours! VETS Toronto is located in The Beaches at 1025 Kingston Road that provides a range of […]

Ticks Are Increasing!

By: Dr. Barrientos By now everyone has heard about how ticks are increasing in Ontario.
Specifically in areas of Toronto, including Downtown Toronto, ticks have been very active this year.  

 We removed this tick last week. It is a female black legged deer tick. This tick species transmits Lyme disease.
Other species of ticks have also […]

5 Most Popular Breeds in Downtown Toronto

By: Dr. Barrientos As dog a lover and people watcher, I love to go to the dog park and watch people play with their dogs. I also enjoy admiring people on busy streets such as College Street, King and Queen Streets, fashionably walk down the sidewalk with their beautiful dogs on a leash. Although there […]

The Benefits of Regular Pet Grooming

By: Mari Kusanagi As summer comes rolling in, the grooming salon at Fluffy Tails is bustling with animals for their long-awaited spa appointment. I’ve seen it all! Clean dogs, dirty dogs, matted and well-brushed dogs. If you’re wondering why your groomer asks you to come in regularly, here are some reasons why. 1. Regular grooming […]

Lyme Disease

By: Dr. Natasha Asotra In our last blog, Dr. Barrientos discussed how the warmer weather means more creepy crawlers and the diseases they transmit. We have all heard about Lyme disease whether it be in the news, the media and some of us even know somebody who has Lyme disease. But what does this mean […]

Senior pets: How can we make them live longer?

By: Dr. Lucia Delgado de la Flor Thanks to the advances in veterinary medicines, dogs and cats now live longer than they used to. Obviously, this is great; they are part of the family and we want them to be with us as long as possible. One consequence of this is that we are now […]

Ticks Are Here!

By: Dr. Edison Barrientos As you may already know, ticks are presenting a growing concern for people living in Ontario, especially it’s most densely populated southern region. Ticks have been getting some attention recently because they are vectors for lyme disease, a disease that affects animals and humans alike. Their current spotlight in human medicine […]

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