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Dundas Euclid Animal Hospital

Dundas Euclid Animal Hospital

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840 Dundas St W, Toronto, Ontario, M6J 1V5, Canada
(416) 362-9696 my-petdoctor.com
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8 months ago
Dr. Roman’s patience and genuine care for her clients is truly remarkable. I don’t know too many people who can tolerate my ignorance as a first-time pet/dog owner. Answered any and all questions I had, no matter how ridiculous or inane. Super thankful to have her as my pup’s vet! Also, shoutout to all the staff for always being helpful and welcoming!

10 months ago
so beyond grateful to have found these guys. a few years ago my sphynx cat had an accident that severely injured his leg. the emergency vet clinic was initially suggesting amputation. I took him to this clinic and dr roman performed reparative tendon surgery on my cat and he made a full recovery - you would never be able to tell his leg was injured in the first place. recently my new kitten was falsely diagnosed with a very scary disease at the emergency vet clinic. it was the scare of a lifetime. everyone at dundas euclid AH was the most supportive and caring during this time. they would call us daily and check in on him, consistently going above and beyond to make sure he had the best care and was making good progress. we did a retest and luckily he’s ok!! these are people who truly care about animals. will be forever thankful !

9 months ago
This vet clinic used to be fantastic when it was run by Dr. Barrientos but unfortunately is no longer a practice I’d recommend. It was once friendly, informative and caring. I’ve been going here with two different pets over 16 years and would no longer recommend it. Each visit is with a different vet, money seems to be the main goal (consultation visit costs went up three different times in one year) and there is no empathy. I suggest finding a clinic that is not run by a corporation.

8 months ago
My husband and I noticed that one of our cats wasn't acting her normal self so we took her in to see the vet team at Dundas Euclid. They gave us some possible diagnosises, which broke our hearts. They gave a few options which we choose medications while waiting for blood results. When we got the good news we were elated! The staff and drs at Dundas and Euclid were fantastic, kind and patient we couldn't ask for a team to take care of our baby. Thank-you!

9 months ago
The good, the bad, the ugly… The good: If you are looking for a vet to do the standard normal things (vaccines), this is your place. The staff was able to help making appointments, and administering the vaccines, and a few members knew a lot of the ends and outs. The bad: they never told us the full amounts we would need to pay. When we called and said we needed to have our dog get their annual vaccine, and it was their first time seeing the vet, they only mentioned a $125 fee, when checking out it shot up to $300-$400. The ugly: it seemed every time i would begin the checkout process, i had to be rang up twice and be refunded. After the first mishap with this, the next time, i stood around a little longer and waiting to be called on to pay. Low and behold, once i paid, there was a problem, such as something not being added to my invoice. Its like no one was talking to each other. Lastly, although the team collectively knew a lot, i had to multiple times verify information. I was also leaving the country, and asked about how they would send me the results of tests completed, i asked about which courier service would be used, so i could track the package, i was told they used Purolator, and could possibly get tracking. In the long run, the results were sent via canada post, and no tracking was available. I would have gladly gotten a prepaid envelope, to have the results shipped more securely.

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