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Danforth Veterinary Clinic

Danforth Veterinary Clinic

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966 Pape Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M4K 3V5, Canada
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May 27, 2018
Very good service, starting from the reception. 10 minute waiting time, including form completion.Doctor Jennifer Woods is perfect. She performed a very thorough examination of my cat, renewed only necessary vaccine, trimmed cat's claws and gave very useful dietary suggestion. Total cost was very reasonable. Will come again and would suggest this clinic to the pet owners.

Jul 22, 2018
Excellent and compassionate care for your pet. Dr. Au has been running the clinic for many years, and she shows her love for animals in a variety of ways. She is knowledgeable about illnesses and treatments for your pet. If she is unable to treat the illness, she will refer you to other alternative places for treatment.

Apr 6, 2018
My dog had a tumor so I took it to see Dr. Au. She told me it was melanoma. I was young and distraught because I didn’t want my dog that I’ve had since I was 14 to die. I didn’t know what to do. Dr. Au started telling me I needed this and I needed that and I trusted her. The thing that I will always remember the most is when she said my dog was due for a vaccination so it would be best for me to get a 5 years vaccination. So I did. She knew my dog would not live long enough to need a 5 years vaccination because she knew the cancer was aggressive and had no cure. I always trusted doctors because they’re supposed to help. That’s their job. To help make people or dogs better. To help heal them. My dog died 6 months later. At the end of the day, Dr. Au runs a business and she doesn’t care about anything but getting your money. Don’t be tricked by their friendly demeanor at this vet. Wait until your pet, whom you’ve considered a member of your family, gets sick and watch them try to upsell you in your moment of vulnerability.

Jan 21, 2018
We’ve been taking our pets there since we adopted each of them. Never had anything bad to say about the team at Danforth Vet! The staff is friendly, knowledgeable and kind, and the vets (esp. Dr. Au) are amazing! I own a grooming shop, and when I have a client looking for a vet for their pet, I always refer them to Danforth!

Dec 18, 2017
This place is well located, pricing is good and generally the staff is friendly. I would love to be able to write a 5 star review for this place but unfortunately my first experience left me feeling a little cold. Where I got a little turned off is when I was with the vet my little pup who has only ever been to the vet once got slightly snappy (no contact just a "stop poking me" nip that didn't even make contact). The vet essentially blamed it on my dogs breed and that they were unpredictable and kind of insinuated that my dog was dangerous and might need to be muzzled which she absolutely is not and does not. At this point I may or may not go back but being someone who has worked as/with breeders I don't really appreciate the stereotyping of any breed. I have seen many a dog go off from stereotypically family breeds and have met more sweet wonderful dogs from "dangerous" breeds than I can count. Also keep in mind that she had done a very cursory introduction with my dog before she started poking at her; barely a sniff period or a pat. I wasn't super surprised that the dog got fed up. Had she acknowledged that behaviour any other way than to call out her breed I would have been totally down, my dog was definitely not as polite as I have seen her be on that particular day. The dog is a brand new rescue, would that not be a more likely cause? Perhaps the fact she is in a brand new place on a cold table surrounded by the smell of 100 other dogs and a stranger sticking stuff in her mouth/eyes/ears could have been a contributing factor? It was just such a faux-pas and it really rubbed me the wrong way.

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Opening Hours

Mon:7:30 am - 8 pm
Tue:7:30 am - 8 pm
Wed:7:30 am - 8 pm
Thu:7:30 am - 8 pm
Fri:7:30 am - 8 pm
Sat:8 am - 2 pm

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