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  • Booger-Roo
    When I was 14 years old my mom finally caved in and got me my first dog.  Mom had put us on the waiting list at the Toronto Humane Society Read more
  • Dewclaws and Dogs!
    The majority of dogs have 5 toes on each front paw and 4 toes on each hind paw.  The fifth toe on the front paw is called a "dewclaw." Dewclaws are Read more
  • My Kitty's Weight Loss Journey
    Over the years, we have been seeing an increase in obesity among our beloved felines and it is becoming difficult to avoid it. As pet owners, we get into the Read more
  • Kitty Cautions for the Holidays!
    Hey all! Here we are at the end of another year with the holiday season fast approaching. This is one of my favourite times of year, but unfortunately with all Read more
  • Adding a New Pet to your Family
    Making the decision to add a furry friend to your family is extremely exciting but also never-wracking! There are a lot of factors to consider and the most important factor Read more
  • Tips and Tricks for Traveling with your Pets!
    Hello all! I wanted to take the time to introduce myself, as I am a new member of the Jane animal hospital team. My name is Stefanie, but some of Read more
  • The Story of 'Halloweenie'
    With Halloween right around the corner; I wanted to share with you the happy ending to our ‘Halloweenie’ story. Many years ago, a client found a pure black, domestic shorthaired, female Read more
  • Introducing Dogs and Cats
    While introducing your resident dog to a new kitten or cat may pose it’s challenges, there are ways to encourage and help your furry friends get along successfully. Many owners Read more
  • Back to School Pet Anxiety
    It’s back to school time! Summer vacation is over, and the 2019 school year has started. For most this is a time of new beginnings and good spirits, and for Read more
  • How to Keep Your Pet Cool on Hot Summer Days
    Although Summer is almost over, we are still experiencing some intense heat waves around the GTA! Not only should it be our priority to keep ourselves cool, but we can't Read more
  • Be Prepared!
    When natural disaster strikes, it’s essential to make sure you and your family are as safe and prepared as possible. We’ve all heard the standard practices—to make sure you have Read more
  • Pet Surgeries Recover
    Pet surgeries: Tips to help Them Recover  Are you preparing your dog or cat for pet surgery? Surgery can be scary, but an essential part of pet care for owners. Some Read more
  • Pet Ultrasound
    Pet Ultrasound in Toronto, ON As your premier animal hospital in Toronto, we’re well-equipped to handle both checkups and emergencies. Whether your pet has a serious medical problem or simply needs Read more
  • What makes a veterinary technician registered?
    As a registered veterinary technician (RVT) our specialized education provides us with the theory and the necessary practical skills to deliver a gold standard of care to our furry four-legged Read more
  • Is Your House Pet Friendly?
    It’s standard for parents to create a safe, kid-friendly home for their children, yet many fail to consider what’s necessary to keep our animals safe and comfortable. Animals are naturally Read more
    Recently we have had winter hit us all at once!  Obviously we still have to take our furry friends outside but our time out there is limited due to the Read more
  • Celebrating National Dog Day in August
    Celebrating National Dog Day at Jane Animal Hospital in Toronto, ON According to Canada's most recent Pet Wellness Report, there are almost 6 million dogs living in the country, and about Read more
  • National Immunization Awareness Month in August
    National Immunization Awareness Month in August At Jane Animal Hospital in Toronto, ON National Immunization Awareness Month is held in August every year.  The purpose of this event is to raise Read more
  • What to do When Your Dog Eats Chocolate
    What to Do When Your Dog Eats Chocolate It’s no surprise that dogs and chocolate don’t mix. You know better than to feed your pet this milky candy, but accidents do Read more
  • How Spaying and Neutering Benefits Dogs
    How Spaying and Neutering Benefits Dogs The main effect of spay & neuter programs is to reduce the population of unwanted pets, so this is how they are usually promoted. Unfortunately, Read more

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