Animal Health Partners
Animal Health Partners – Toronto’s premier emergency department – is equipped to accept patients 24/7, including holidays. Their accomplished team of Emergency Veterinarians and Specialists are always ready to receive cases from primary care veterinarians – including the Cabbagetown Pet Clinic – and other referral hospitals, as well as directly from pet owners. Currently, the Animal Health Partners is equipped to see cats and dogs only.
1 Scarsdale Road
North York, Ontario M3B 2R2
VEC: Veterinary Emergency Clinic
The Veterinary Emergency Clinic and Referral Centre (VEC) is located in the heart of downtown Toronto. The clinic provides emergency and critical care services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays. The Veterinarians and staff of the VEC are dedicated to ensuring the best veterinary care for our patients and clients as an extension of, and in partnership with, your family veterinarian.
920 Yonge St.
Toronto, Ontario M4W 3C7
TVEH: Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital
This Emergency Hospital operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, handling unexpected trauma, illness and injury. No appointment is required for emergency patients. The ER is staffed at all times by highly skilled, compassionate doctors and technicians capable of handling the most complicated and demanding pet emergencies. Surgeons and internists are on call to provide advanced surgery, ultrasound, or other specialized procedures.
21 Rolark Drive
Scarborough, Ontario M1R 3B1
CTVEC: Central Toronto Veterinary Emergency Clinic
At the Central Toronto Veterinary Emergency Clinic, they are dedicated to providing compassionate emergency care for our patients and their owners. Their Toronto veterinary emergency hospital operates with a skilled veterinarian and experienced technicians on-site: 24 hours a day, weekends and holidays.
1051 Eglinton Ave. W
Toronto, Ontario M6C 2C9
Not sure when to seek Emergency Help ?
Common emergency situations may include:
- Accidents and trauma
- Toxin ingestion or poisoning
- Foreign body ingestion
- Allergic reactions or hives
- Acute vomiting
- Acute diarrhea with lethargy or anorexia
- Lethargy or anorexia
- Acute lameness or difficulty walking
- Pain of any origin
- Difficulty breathing