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Animal Hospital Of High Park

Veterinarians
3194 Dundas Street West
Toronto Ontario M6P 2A3
(416) 763-4200
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Contact Email:
info@animalhospitalofhighpark.com

We are a veterinary clinic which sees all species of small companion animals, whether they have fur, feathers, or scales! We have radiography, ultrasound, endoscopy, and a surgery suite on site, as well as our in-clinic pharmacy. Boarding services are provided to our clients with all non-canine small animals.

Please call us with any questions you may have, we look forward to meeting you and your pets!

Because of the shorter lifespan of our pets, we stress the importance of an annual physical examination. Thorough check-ups and preventive care can help alleviate serious health problems. We offer the following veterinary services:

- Pain Control and Assessment: Our patients are regularly assessed for pain and discomfort on in-patient or out-patient basis. We stock and employ species-appropriate pain control medication and treatments.

- Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services: Our hospital is equipped to provide diagnostic and therapeutic services to care for your pets’ complete health care needs.

- Surgical Services: Our surgical suite provides for the performance of a wide variety of surgical procedures.

- Endoscopy Services: Rigid endoscopy is available. We monitor and record the procedures so that you may see them later.

- Ultrasound: On-site ultrasonography is available for all species.

- Anesthesia: We utilize specific, customised anaesthesia protocols for each of our individual patients. All of our patients’ vital signs monitored by a veterinary technician during all anesthetic procedures.

- Radiology Services: Our on-site, digital X-ray equipment provides radiographs to aid in the diagnosis of many disorders.

- Electrocardiograph Services: We provide ECG services on-site as well as through consultations with cardiology specialists.

- Laboratory: We utilize commercial veterinary laboratories for specialised diagnostics and consultations.

- Pharmacy: We maintain an extensive inventory of pharmaceuticals, vitamins, shampoos and heartworm preventatives to meet the needs of your pet.

- Dentistry: Our dental services include teeth cleaning and polishing, tooth extractions and oral surgery.

- Flea Control Programs: We implement programs for the specific needs of your pets and your own particular environmental situation. We will review with you the best ways to control fleas in your house, in your yard and on your pets.

- Dietary Counseling: We will provide guidance regarding your pet’s nutritional needs for each life stage, including dietary requirements for growth, weight maintenance and performance.

- Behavioral Counseling: We can provide advice regarding the correction of problems such as excessive barking, chewing, spraying, scratching, digging, house soiling and aggression. Bird owners may be assured that we have a special focus on avian behaviour. Staff counseling is available for avian behaviour concerns.

- Boarding: We provide pet boarding as a service to our clients. All boarders receive personal attention from our staff. Pets may be dropped off and picked up during regular business hours Monday through Saturday.

- Emergency Care: We can provide emergency care during regular business hours. Please call our main telephone number for instructions for after-hour emergencies.


Business Hours
Monday
8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Tuesday
8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Wednesday
8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Thursday
8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Friday
8:00 AM to 7:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Sunday
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  • 21 hours ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    Petrie, Pippin and Logan came in for their "pedicures" in support of the Farley Foundation! They all seem very proud of themselves! A very HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who has donated! #farleyfoundation #exoticvet #parakeets #rabbits #dobermans #animalhospitalofhighpark #pets
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  • 4 days ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    Did you know that over HALF the cats in the USA are overweight or obese? That's downright shocking! Unfortunately, Canadian cats have similar statistics. Here is some great info about the dangers of feline obesity. If you feel your kitty could lose some weight; start an exercise regimen, start throwing kibble around rather than feeding only in bowls, and come to see us for more tips! Sometimes medical problems are the cause for weight gain as well, so a thorough physical exam and testing can uncover causes, and help plan for a long, lean and healthy future!! And remember, weigh-ins for our patients are ALWAYS free; feel free to bring your kitty in monthly to track weight loss!
     
    https://catfriendly....at-home/obesity/
     
    Dr. Banerjee 😻
    Feline Obesity | The Cat Community
  • 4 days ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    October is @thefarleyfoundation fundraising month! 🎃The Farley Foundation is an amazing charity created by the OVMA to subsidize the cost of veterinary care for pet owners who can't afford unexpected or emergency treatments. We are fundraising this month for the #farleyfoundation with $15 nail trims, with all proceeds going directly to The Farley Foundation. Call us today for more information or to book a nail trim for your pet! 416-763-4200 #friendsoffarley #animalhospitalofhighpark
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  • 4 days ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
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  • 5 days ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    Ever wanted to know about toxins and how to prevent accidents for your feathered friend? Join Dr. Scott Echols as he discusses potential hazards in the home. He has generously provided this webinar at no charge. You can also choose to become a member to have access to more content!
     
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  • 1 week ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    The staff of @animalhospitalofhighpark would like to wish everyone a very Happy and Safe Thanksgiving weekend! 🍁❤️
     
    Reminder : we will be closed Monday October 9th for Thanksgiving.
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    6 days ago Karen Regan
    Thank You Charlene!!...We hope that your Thanksgiving was amazing as well!
    1 week ago Charlene Fenech
    Happy Thanksgiving to everyone all at the BEST vet clinic EVER!!!
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  • 1 week ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    Here is Power Ranger.. .the dog cat! He came in on a harness and leash and is so adorable. He was very good for his checkup and enjoyed his towel wrap while I examined him. All cats benefit from low-stress handling techniques and Power Ranger felt nice and cozy in his towel for his exam. What a good boy!
     
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    Here is Power Ranger.. .the dog cat! He came in on a harness and leash
  • 1 week ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    We get lots of questions about pet birds 🐥who seems to be very hormonal in the spring and fall. My usual resources are really helpful...but I just came across this article and it's a great summary with a huge amount of useful advice.
     
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  • 2 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    Everyone meet Jared 🦎❤️
    He is a very handsome Veiled Chameleon.
     
    Did you know Chameleons can move each of their eyes independently? Better to spot predators!! 🦎
     
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  • 2 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    A huge number of cat owners don't bring their cats to the vet because they are stressed out at the thought of it. It can be a nightmare to get the kitty into the carrier! Here are some tips to make it easier. At our hospital we use the feline pheromone FELIWAY extensively to calm kitties; here is a step by step guide to make your next visit more pleasant!
    Dr. Banerjee
     
    1. A week before the visit, place the carrier in the open and prop the door open.
    2. Make the carrier an attractive place by putting in soft bedding, and placing treats in the carrier. You may also want to feed your cat here.
    3. Spray the carrier with FELIWAY® daily (8-10 pumps)
    4. On the day of the visit, spray the carrier with FELIWAY® then wait 15 minutes before putting your cat in it.
    5. Spray a towel with FELIWAY® and place it over your cat carrier to shield them from the strange and scary sights.
    6. Make sure the cat carrier is on a flat surface during transport.
    7. Once at the veterinary office, try to keep your cat elevated, off the ground and away from the other animals.
    8. Leave the FELIWAY® sprayed towel on the carrier until your veterinarian is ready to exam your cat.
    A huge number of cat owners don't bring their cats to the vet because
  • 2 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

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    Today is is world rabies awareness day. 😁 💉
     
    A person around the world dies of rabies every 9 minutes. It is completely, 100% preventable.
     
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    Here is an article on why it is important to update your pets rabies vaccine
     
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  • 2 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    Meet Gatsby the Rex rabbit that came in today as he was feeling a little bit under the weather. With super soft fur and a gentle personality, he won the hearts of all our staff! Welcome to the family Gatsby! #bunny #vets #animalhospitalofhighpark #exotics #ahohp #thejunction
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    2 weeks ago Marg Heslin
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  • 2 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    October is around the corner! 🦉💕 Join us all October in fundraising for The Farley Foundation 😁🎉
     
    This year we are providing $15.00 Nail trims for cats, dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, and ferrets! 🐰😻🐭🐶 And of course, we can't forget about our feathered friends, birds!🐣**
     
    All donations must be in CASH, as all proceeds go to the The Farley Foundation❤️
     
    **All avian Nail trims are done by a veterinarian and therefore include a brief exam fee and the $15.00 donation.
     
    Call now to set up your pets time to help us donate ! 🌷🐾
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  • 3 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

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    Muscle Man is snoozing his way to Friday 😻❤️
     
    P.S - He may have found his forever home 😁
     
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  • 3 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    Hello to our extended family,
     
    We have heard reports of coyotes in the Junction/Stockyards area and we wanted to make sure we are all aware of what to do if encountered by a coyote.
     
    Below is a great resource with tips on how to defer coyotes from your yard or during a close encounter.
     
    Also, we are asking pet owners in the area to be mindful when letting out dogs or cats without supervision at night time, and very early in the morning.
     
    If you have any further questions please visit the Toronto Wildlife Centre website https://www.torontowildlifecentre.com/, or call Animal Services @ 311.
     
    VIDEO OF COYOTE LIVING NEAR HIGH PARK BELOW.
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  • 3 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

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    Happy Thursday With Mungo the Umbrella Cockatoo ❤️🐣
     
    Our borders stay with us for weeks at a time, and it is important to provide mental and emotional stimulation a.k.a PLAYTIME 😁for these sweet little guys ! ❤️.
     
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  • 3 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    Yesterday was Taco's first vet appointment. 😻
    He was very brave for his physical exam and vaccines! He enjoyed jumping onto the shelves of our cat room and trying to hide...look at him peeking in from behind the computer!
     
    See you for your booster vaccines in 3 weeks Taco!
     
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  • 3 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    The calendar, not to mention the abundance of potted mums, may say that Autumn is around the corner but the thermometer is telling us that Summer has finally arrived!
     
    Please remember to keep giving your canine and feline family members their monthly flea, tick and heartworm preventatives.
     
    According to Health Canada, August -October is the peak flea season in most parts on Canada.
    Starting in April, due to the warm weather fleas begin to hatch and breed aggressively for 4-5 months. As long as the weather stays above 10°C, those darn fleas are still around!
     
    Ticks are even hardier and are active as long as temperatures stay above 4°C. Depending on how our Fall is this year, we may need to continue flea and tick preventives into November or even December.
     
    If you've run out of your medications, feel free to swing by and grab a few more doses.
    The calendar, not to mention the abundance of potted mums, may say tha
  • 3 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

    Animal Hospital of High Park
    🌟 Happy 12th birthday 🎉 to Princess Sophia, one of our favourite cockatiels! #animalhospitalofhighpark #allpetsarefamily #cockatiel #cockatielsofinstagram
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  • 4 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High Park

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    Toffee giving us her adorable closed eye look. 😚 Great to meet you Toffee! #animalhospitalofhighpark #allpetsarefamily #rabbit #rabbitsofinstagram #bunny #bunniesofinstagram
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