Animal Hospital Of High ParkVeterinarians
Toronto Ontario M6P 2A3
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.
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5 hours ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkHere is Henry, the handsome Springer spaniel. Today he came in for an exam and vaccines. He was a bit anxious about his visit at first, but with lots of treats and low-stress techniques, he got through the whole exam with a wagging tail! Visit Dr Sophia Yin's website online...I use her low stress handling techniques daily to make exams less scary for my patients! I also love her guide on properly approaching dogs:
2 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkGetting our feline friends into a carrier can sometimes be a challenge! The best way to create a stress free trip to the vet for you and your cat is to familiarize them with their carrier.
You can do this by leaving the carrier open in your house, somewhere both you and your cat spend a lot of time. You can then gradually start to feed your cat closer to the carrier until they are no longer nervous around it.
Eventually, your cat will become comfortable enough for you to feed them inside the carrier, and even close the door for a few seconds at a time. If at any point you think you've pushed your cat too far, go back a step or two and start again.
Although it may take up to a few weeks for your cat to become comfortable enough to be locked inside for longer periods of time, this training can drastically reduce travelling stress for you cat, which in turn allows our doctors to preform a more thorough examination and helps to keep your cat healthy and happy!2 weeks ago Gayle Taylor
I leave open carriers with comfy blankets in the rooms my Pets frequent so they can go in and out as they please. Both Cats and Rabbits soon learn to regard the carrier as a safe lounging spot.
2 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkDid someone say a day full of Westies? ! <32 weeks ago Alexia Patton
Yes indeed - a day FULL of Westies! Can it get any cuter than that??? Thank you Animal Hospital of High Park for sharing this amazing and important event for Westies in Need - we hope to see many of your clients (and their humans) on Sept. 10th. We welcome Westies and Westie Wannabees. Everyone is sure to have a great time!
2 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkSince April, we have been offering up to 45% discounts on preventive blood work for all our patients (furry, feathery, scaly, and more!)
2 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkMeet Honey! She is a 9 month old hedgehog who had her first vet visit today. Her mom has done an amazing job with her as I was able to do a full exam without having to sedate her. She even let me look at her teeth! We talked about nutrition, parasites, weight management and preventive issues. Welcome to the High Park family Honey. 🐭❤2 weeks ago Laura Kiss
Thank you so much! You guys are the best. 🙂
3 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkThey looked in my ears AND my mouth and I didn't like it!! Sorry Willow- we just wanted to know that you're a healthy bunny!! 🥕🐇❤ #toronto #the416 #animalhospitalofhighpark #rabbit #rabbitsofig #rabbitsofinstagram #bunny #bunnies #bunniesofinstagram #bunniesofig #bunnylove
3 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkMR man is a beautiful canary we saw today. Our little friend has had a chronic issue with feather cysts. These can be a fairly common occurrence in canaries bred to have wide, soft feathers, and occur when the feather follicle doesn't push through properly, and several feathers grow in the same area at once, resulting in a 'cyst'.
3 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkMeet Eugene! This beautiful young kitty came to us as he has been vomiting. He went home on anti-nausea medications after an otherwise clean bill of health. He also likes to open cupboard doors...heal soon Eugene!3 weeks ago Shelby Kueneman
This kitty is beautiful + smart!
3 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkAmazing work Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides!!
4 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkSay hello to Jack! She is a beautiful young Rex rabbit and she came in because her owner noticed that she has not been having regular bowel movements. That is a big sign in rabbits that they are not feeling well. She got showered with lots of love and camera attention today and hopefully she will feel better soon!3 weeks ago Charlene Fenech
Get well soon beautiful Jack!
4 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkMeet Luna, a 9 week old "chug". She is our newest patient here and was very brave for her first vaccines. We de-wormed her and also discussed training and socialization. What a sweetie! She certainly made my day.4 weeks ago Florbela Antao-Costa
she looks adorable:) thank you so much Dr. Banerjee:)4 weeks ago Josh Andrews
Luna!!!4 weeks ago Amrita Banerjee
A Chihuahua/pug cross4 weeks ago Janet Hill
She is a cutie but what is a chug4 weeks ago Sara Rose
5 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkI’ve found a wild baby animal…what do I do?
Here are some great FAQs to take a look at for baby bunnies: http://wildliferehabber.com/babybunny
https://www.torontow...by-wild-animals/5 weeks ago Ian Langdon
amazing post. this answers a lot of questions. <3
5 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkCUTENESS OVERLOAD!!
Say hello to three beautiful bunnies who need loving homes! Meet Juniper, Mulberry, and Snowdrop; 4 month old rabbits who are up for adoption! Clink on each image to read more, or contact us for more information!
6 weeks ago by Animal Hospital of High ParkOh hi there Brownie! Brownie is a degu, a very small and social rodent. She weighed in at a whopping 127 grams! #animalhospitalofhighpark #degu #degusofinstagram #rodentsaspets #rodentsofig #toronto #the4165 weeks ago William Smith
She must be less than 3 months old? Is she up for adoption? Where did you get her?
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