Welcome to your Veterinary Clinic in Thornhill

We are here to answer your questions, address your concerns and partner with you to ensure your pet’s healthcare needs are properly met. Our veterinarians and veterinary technicians are expertly trained in cutting edge treatments and procedures. Our facility boasts the latest and most innovative equipment and is designed to deliver the best veterinary care possible, in an environment that is comfortable for pets and their families.

We work with dogs and cats from infancy through the golden years. Services at our veterinary clinic include inoculations and wellness care, surgery and anesthesia, dentistry and laser surgery, senior pet evaluations as well as grooming and boarding.

We work very closely with our clients, the community and veterinary experts to ensure the best care possible. We feel honoured to be entrusted with your pet!

Pet Nutrition
  • How to Choose a Dog Breeder

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    Pet owners often visit our clinic asking advice on dog breeders or if we know any reputable dog breeders in the area. This is the perfect starting for selecting a breeder – always ask your vet for tips on what you should be looking for in a dog breeder and which breeders have positive reputations. The Centre Street Animal Hospital ...

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  • Veterinary Costs and Care – Why so Expensive?

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    In this month’s episode, Dr. Slome tackles the issue of the cost of veterinary care, explaining the various components of animal care such as the technologies that go into caring for your pet. Watch the video below: Health care is expensive item, both for people and for animals. The big difference is that health care for people is covered by ...

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  • Looking Back on Dental Health Month 2014

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    It has been severely cold here in the Greater Toronto Area, and we have noticed that people have been inclined to stay indoors. I am originally from South Africa, so I can certainly understand their inclination. I’m sure your animal companions have also preferred staying inside where it’s warm. Despite the bitter winter cold, we had a great February at ...

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