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Your pet is sick today? We will fit you in. Although it is always best to book your pet's next appointment to avoid wait times, please know: if you are ever in need, we are here for you and accept walk-ins until closing time.
What to expect at as a walk-in client:
We look forward to seeing you and your pet!
We provide a variety of veterinary services at our Toronto animal hospital, covering every stage of your pet's life. Work with our veterinary team to protect your dog or cat from preventable complications and make sure their diet, exercise, and wellness regimen is right for them.
Jane Animal Hospital is a Toronto vet clinic with heart. We know you rely on your pet's vet to keep your family complete, and we will do everything we can to give you many years of happiness and health. Call us today at 416-762-5558 to schedule one of our veterinary services for your Toronto pet.
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