TEXT FOR CURBSIDE PICK UP
When you arrive please text the clinic at 905-935-0442 to let us know what you are here to pick up and who it is for (Patient name and owner’s last name please).
Thank you for your understanding in these trying times. We hope you are all well.
Due to the extenuating circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic we are currently providing telemedicine for non-critical cases. Please call the office to set up an appointment for a telemedicine consultation with Dr. Toles if your pet is having medical issues.
PLEASE BE ADVISED COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS IN HOSPITAL
There has been a change in protocol for entrance into the clinic, appointment scheduling and food/RX pickups. CLICK HERE for complete list of changes.
NEW Clients Welcome
We wish to welcome anyone in need of veterinary care to our small but mighty practice. Dr. Toles would love to meet your new pet (as would the rest of us). Call our office with questions or click here to make an appointment.
Is your pet at risk of Lyme disease? If you live in Niagara and your dog ever goes to parks, then YES! Luckily There are vaccines that can prevent the disease from infecting your dog (and preventatives that will protect your dog from being exposed).
Modified Hours for COVID-19 OUTBREAK
Please be aware we will be modifying our business hours due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Starting Monday, March 30 2020 we will be open Monday through Thursday 8am-6pm, Friday 8am-5pm. Whether or not we are open on a Saturday during this time will depend on demand and staff availability.
CVO Accredited Veterinary Hospital
To learn more about what it means to be an accredited Veterinary Hospital by the CVO click here
Heartworm Season is Here!!!
HEARTWORM DISEASE CAN BE PREVENTED!! Heartworms are large parasitic worms that live in the heart and are transmitted by mosquitoes. HEARTWORM TESTING BEGINS APRIL 15th. Call for your appointment today. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO.
Canadian Academy of Veterinary Dermatology
Dr. Toles has a passion for dermatology (the study of skin and its diseases) and is a member of the Canadian Academy of Veterinary Dermatology.