Get to the top of the directory by claiming your business!
South Etobicoke Animal Hospital

South Etobicoke Animal Hospital

Claim Business
3.8 Google Review
741 The Queensway, Toronto, Ontario, M8Z 1M8, Canada
Read our review guideline

Write a Review

Loading…

Write a review
Be the first to write a review.

Google Reviews

Refresh Reviews 3.8


Jul 26, 2018
We just love the care & concern, given to our pets at SEAH (South Etobicoke Animal Hospital) by Dr's Dhaliwal & Sharma and of course all the other staff as well. The knowledge is superb and they will find out what they don't already know... the affordability shared with us has been amazing. In our home there is a bit of a mini zoo... we have taken our dogs, parrot & rat in and all have been treated very well & all health issues were diagnosed within a decent time and with a proper treatment plan. Some times its just been as simple as a vaccination, or recheck after not being well... We highly recommend this veterinarian Hospital!!

Jul 5, 2018
Dr. Tej Dhaliwal is registered sex offender. He didnt disclose this to me before he came into my house for a house call. He told me my reptile didnt need a uvb bulb projecting on the tank when infact she does. He also missinformed me that i should keep the temps at 80F for a baby bearded dragon tank. I found out later through a different vet and much research that the temps should be at 95 to 110F. By having the temps so cold.. my beardie could have died , have induced unnecessary stress and could have developed an illness. Dr. Dhaliwal gave my reptile expired medication not once not twice but 3 times. She gave my reptile a dosage without putting my reptile on a scale to view her weight first. I found out from a different dr that my reptile was 7x under dosed. In 2 stool samples (that i had to damand be done) Dr Dhaliwal only diagnosed my dragon with 1 parasite. Not the 2 she actually has and failed to disclose she had a respitpry infection too. Dr. Dhaliwal did not handle my reptile properly AT ALL. He dropped my bearded dragon on the floor from counter level TWICE while handling. Never coming back again.

Dec 30, 2017
Yikes. Out of desperation I brought my dying cat in to see if anything could be done. As a broke student barely able to feed myself it was imperative that I don't go over my budget but I was desperate for help. Doubted every symptom I presented and when the cat finally ate for the first time in a week- "Well he's eating now, isn't he??" After confirming the total price would be in my price range I agreed to the suggested treatment- but couldn't board with them overnight as I'd go into debt if I did. EXTREME guilt ensued. As I was leaving the vet handed me Nutrical (normally about $10, I ended up paying $75 for it??) and told me it was included in the charge. I payed about three times the amount they promised me I'd be paying. Cat died six days later and I suffered major financial damages. When I called to inform the vet of my cats passing he only told me 'make sure the body doesn't stink' during the animal's wake. I've never been so insulted; you can bet I'll never be back. Their only saving grace is the wonderful receptionist. Everything else about this place is a disaster.

Mar 12, 2018
Amazing staff, the Doctors are so knowledgeable. They care about your pet and are willing to go the extra mile for you. I was recommended to go there last year and I'm so glad I did! Henry the frenchie ❤

Mar 21, 2018
Finally got an appointment with Dr.Daliwal! He is in high demand but well worth the wait. He is the first vet that has given me hope in helping my dog Milo and I am greatful! He is extremely knowledgeable and explained things to me in detail. I did my research on Dr. Daliwal and that's why I wanted a consultation with him so badly. Thank you for being such a fantastic vet!

INDUSTRY BLOGS

Carrie Nation: A Crucial Catalyst of the Temperance Movement

#whiskey #smithville

Carrie Nation, born Carrie Amelia Moore on November 25, 1846, in Garrard County, Kentucky, was a formidable figure in the American Temperance Movement, known for her audacious methods...

Smithville Whiskey

Prohibition and the Transformation of Women's Social Status and Behavior in the 1920s

#whiskey #smithville

The 1920s, often referred to as the "Roaring Twenties," were a time of significant social and cultural change in the United States, particularly for women. One major element of...

Smithville Whiskey

The Great Whisky Adventure: A Journey Back to the Earliest Drops in History

#whiskey #smithville

Join us, dear readers, as we embark on an exciting journey back in time, tracing the footsteps of our whisky-loving ancestors! From the mystic east to the rugged Celtic lands,...

Smithville Whiskey

Whiskey Production: 18th Century Methods vs Modern Techniques

#whiskey #smithville

In the 18th century, the choice of grain for whiskey production was largely determined by regional availability. In Scotland and Ireland, barley was the predominant grain, while...

Smithville Whiskey

The Pivotal Role of Women in the Temperance Movement Leading Up to Prohibition in North America

#whiskey #smithville

Historically, women have played an indispensable role in societal transformation. One such transformative movement was the Temperance Movement in North America leading up to Prohibition....

Smithville Whiskey

The Fascinating History of Whiskey: From Earliest Origins to Present Day Popularity

#whiskey #smithville

Whiskey, a distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash, has a rich and fascinating history that dates back centuries. Its story traverses continents, cultures,...

Smithville Whiskey

Whisky Wonders: An Expedition Across Regions

#whiskey #smithville

There's a world of difference between sipping a peaty Scotch, an earthy Irish whiskey, or a sweet and smoky American bourbon. These variations are not merely due to the distilleries'...

Smithville Whiskey

Female Bootleggers of Prohibition: Stories of Defiance

#whiskey #smithville

Prohibition, the legal enforcement banning alcohol sale and consumption in the United States from 1920 to 1933, was a unique period that saw a rise in illegal activities designed...

Smithville Whiskey


Own this business?

Claim Your Business
• Update your photo and information
• Get notified when reviews are posted
• Respond and manage your reviews
• Select badges and keywords

Opening Hours

Mon:9 am - 9 pm
Tue:9 am - 7 pm
Wed:9 am - 2 pm
Thu:9 am - 7 pm
Fri:9 am - 9 pm
Sat:9 am - 3 pm

Veterinarian Near Me

West Toronto Veterinary Surgery

West Toronto Veterinary Surgery

150 Norseman St, Toronto
Animal Eye Clinic

Animal Eye Clinic

150 Norseman St, Toronto
Humber Bay Veterinary Hospital

Humber Bay Veterinary Hospital

2139 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto
The Kingsway Animal Hospital

The Kingsway Animal Hospital

3265 Bloor St W, Toronto