805 O’Connor Drive
Toronto, ON, M4B 2S7
P. 416-757-3569 F. 416-285-7483
E. eyac@eastyorkanimalclinic.com
Emergency? Call 416-247-VETS

Office hours
Monday: 9 am – 8 pm
Tuesday: 9 am – 6 pm
Wednesday: 9 am – 8 pm
Thursday: 9 am – 8 pm
Friday: 9 am – 6 pm
Saturday: 9 am – 1 pm
Sunday: CLOSED

The clinic is closed on Ontario’s
statutory holidays.

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Tails!

Tails!
People often wonder what our treatments can do for their pets. Here are just a handful of our happy pet tales!
RAW FOOD DIETS

RAW FOOD DIETS

When Davinci came to us, he was a 9 year old cat with uncontrolled diabetes and losing weight. He was being treated with insulin but could not get his blood sugars to stabilize and was urinating excessively. We switched him to a raw food diet, and within weeks, his blood sugar was normalized, and he stopped peeing everywhere. His weight improved and he lived another eleven years, no insulin required!

i-THERM

i-THERM

Phoenix was a 14 year old husky lab cross who was experiencing mobility issues: lower energy, difficulty with stairs. She jumped at the chance to start hyperthermia treatments when we first introduced the i-Therm in 2014. After one treatment, she was experiencing less pain, able to grip the ground with her toes when playing, and more confident when doing the stairs. With VOM and i-Therm treatments, Phoenix maintained an active life to the ripe old age of 17!

OZONE

OZONE

Max started coming to us six years ago when he was Max started coming to us six years ago when he was 2 years old. He was a large German Shepherd with dysplastic elbows causing him to walk as if on stilts and limp. They came to us looking for an alternative to surgery. Max was treated with a Prolozone protocol, whereby a mixture of vitamins and ozone are injected into the joint capsule. His treatment was so successful, he now only comes in for touch ups every 6-8 months.

LASER

LASER

Brady was a 9 year old bulldog who came to us with non-healing wounds on her tail and bottom. They were ulcerated and painful, and were not responding to medications. There was not enough healthy tissue around the wounds to close them if they were surgically removed. We treated her with an ultraviolet laser twice a week for one month, and the wounds healed with minimal scarring, and fur started to grow back!