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46 Coxwell Ave, Toronto, Ontario, M4L 3A7, Canada
(647) 668-4762 www.vettechservices.ca
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Jul 13, 2018
I'm so glad I found Veronica and Vet Tech. My cat is aging and needs a couple of different medications each day. It's so comforting to have them looking after my little guy, knowing he's being well cared for when I need to be away. Great service and wonderful to deal with.

Jan 30, 2018
Amazing!! I have a very aggressive cat and Veronica and her assistant (blanking on her name) did a great job cutting his nails and applying his nail caps. I’ll definitely be a regular customer!

Feb 2, 2018
Incredibly warm and friendly service! Veronica kept us updated with photos and videos of our cat, who seemed to thouroughly enjoy her stay. Highly recommend using Vet Tech Services.

Dec 15, 2016
Veronica is a very special person who is passionate about the wellbeing of all animals. For the past year, Veronica has expertly provided sub-cutaneous fluids every four days to our beloved 15-year old cat. Velvet's health has improved dramatically since Veronica began these treatments. The level of care our cat required would not have possible or affordable without Veronica's home visits. Veronica has a confident level of expertise that immediately eased my anxiety. She is always punctual and completely reliable. Although Velvet doesn't enjoy being poked, he doesn't run away from Veronica. I believe he can sense her skillfulness too. Sometimes I can't be home for Velvet's treatment; I didn't hesitate giving Veronica the keys to our home. Her integrity and honesty is without question. I am so grateful for Veronica. She has extended the quality of life for our beloved cat, and she has become a very caring friend to our family!

Aug 25, 2017
Veronica is wonderful! He rates are good and we feel very comfortable leaving our pet with her when we're out of town.

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