805 O’Connor Drive
Toronto, ON, M4B 2S7
P. 416-757-3569
E. [email protected]animalclinic.com
Emergency? Call 416-247-VETS

Office hours
Monday: 9 am – 6 pm
Tuesday: 9 am – 6 pm
Wednesday: 9 am – 6 pm
Thursday: 9 am – 6 pm
Friday: 9 am – 6 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

The clinic is closed on Ontario’s
statutory holidays.

Please click here for information regarding our clinic and COVID-19.

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COVID-19 Response

Please visit this page for details about our response and clinic operations.

Are you independently owned?

The East York Animal Clinic is not affiliated or owned by any corporate groups. Thus, our integrity is not compromised by association with pharmaceutical companies, major laboratories, or pet food companies. We are proudly independent.

Why does my pet need an exam for a medication refill?

As per regulations set out by the College of Veterinarians of Ontario, a veterinarian must have sufficient and recent working knowledge of an animal, obtained through an examination, to prescribe and dispense medications for the animal.

Why do you need my medical history before we come?

A complete medical history is required to provide the veterinarian with important information regarding any health issues (past and present), possible adverse drug reactions, and results from diagnostics.

Where can I park at the clinic?

There is Green P parking (lot 8401) on the street in front of the clinic. Please do not park in the Shopper’s Drug Mart or TD Canada Trust parking lots, as your car may be towed.

Are you an accredited facility?

East York Animal Clinic is accredited by the College of Veterinarians of Ontario, and is also proud to have Registered Veterinary Technicians.

Should I be concerned about lyme disease?

Lyme disease has been an increasing problem in Ontario. Click here for lyme FAQs.

Can I get CBD from your facility?

Despite the legalization of marijuana and CBD in Canada, veterinarians remain unable to prescribe it legally and all CBD pet products marketed in Canada are currently illegal; CBC Marketplace recently did an article discussing this.