May 10, 2020

We would like to thank our Receptionist Jenny, her partner and mother for being involved while on leave from work by making masks for hospital staff that are close to their heart.  They have made 1300 of their goal of 2000 masks. We are very proud of you all for the support you have given your community. 





April 20, 2020

A great big Thank You to Sarah, our Merck sales rep, for having a surprise Pizza Day for us.  She called and had pizza delivered to the clinic just in time for lunch.

Thank you very much Sarah.




April 17, 2020

Thank you to a very special client Theresa and her pup Cole for making all our staff some homemade masks. Helping us keep safe will in turn help all our patients stay well. We have always said we have the best clients.




April 1, 2020

A thank you from our fabulous clients.

It is a difficult time for everyone and we greatly appreciated all the patience and support our clients have given us.



March 27, 2020

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, our Local Hospital, St. Joseph’s Health Center approached us for some help with supplying PPE to their front line workers. We were glad to donate a few boxes of gloves to keep our healthcare teams as safe as possible.   As a community we need to try our best to support each other when we can, especially those risking their lives for us.

March 23, 2020

An article with 680 news, Dr. Hana Schwarz states;


#covid19 #doorlockedpolicy #dropofyourpet #payoverphone #weareworking #donotenter #flattenthecurve Roncesvalles Village

One Toronto vet said she’s desperately hoping her west-end clinic will make the list. Dr. Hana Schwarz said she has seen no drop in the need for her services since the pandemic brought large swaths of Canadian society to a standstill last week. She said it’s vital to allow offices like hers to remain open, noting that there is no true alternative to specialized animal care even when it comes to prescribing routine medication. “About 75 to 80 per cent of the supply that we will prescribe … are veterinary prescriptions that may not be available at a pet store or a regular human pharmacy,” she said. Closing community clinics also risks forcing members of the public to put themselves at needless risk by using public transit to access scarce emergency animal care resources, she added.