Moving forward there will now be a prescribing fee of $23.90+taxes for any prescriptions that are purchased outside of the clinic.
The staff and Doctor’s time that is involved to complete a written prescription or call it into the pharmacy is included in this fee.
Thank you for your understanding.
Does your pet have dreams of being a calendar model?
Dreams do come true!
Submit your best pet photos to our
2019 PET CALENDAR CONTEST!
Fluffy and Rover could be pet of the month in the 2019 Patients of The Kingsway Animal Hospital calendar!
Please email all submissions to email@example.com, attn:Pet Calendar Contest. FINAL submission date is September 23rd 2018.
*Contest winners will be notified once the contest ends& will win a free copy. All calendars will be out for $10 donations to raise funds for The Farley Foundation.
My Fair Lady has found her furever home:)
Her new owners report that she has brightened up their home with her free spirit and loving soul. It looks like it was a win win for everyone:)
Toronto Public Health (TPH) has issued a warning about the presence of a potentially toxic algae along the waterfront in Etobicoke.
The Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks has confirmed the presence of blue-green algae blooms at the mouth of Mimico Creek and Humber Bay Park East.
Blooms often form a large mass or scum on the surface of the water. It should be avoided because it can make you sick — some species of the algae can potentially produce toxins which are harmful to humans and animals.
Drinking or coming into contact with water that has sufficient amounts of the algae in it can cause headaches, fever, diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea or vomiting, skin rashes and mucous membrane irritation.
Please take precautions with you and your pet when visiting Toronto’s waterfront. If you or your pet have come into contact with the algae and are having any symptoms, please contact your health care provider.
Wishing everyone a safe and warm long weekend! Please note that the clinic will be closed on Monday, May 21st. If you have an emergency while we are closed, contact the Veterinary Emergency Hospital of West Toronto at (416)239-3453. We will be back open for regular business hours on Tuesday, May 22nd.
In 2016, Dr. Scott Weese of the Ontario Veterinary College launched the Pet Tick Tracker to help monitor changes in tick populations. Through this online tool, pet owners could submit reports of tick findings – and the response was overwhelming! He’s now teamed up with Dr. Katie Clow to create Pets and Ticks – a comprehensive website that brings the Pet Tick Tracker together with up-to-date, evidence-based information on ticks in Canada.
Visit the website here : Pets and Ticks