Pudgy Pets & the Marilyn Denis Show

Dr. Lam of VETS Toronto helps canine Manny come up with a plan to lose his excess weight. Stay tuned for a follow up on this story and Manny’s weight loss journey.     WATCH THE SEGMENT HERE   Slimdown your Pets Humans aren’t the only ones who gain weight. Sometimes our furry little friends… Read more »

Less than one third of dogs in Toronto are licensed ….

  TORONTO – The majority of dogs and cats in Toronto do not have a license, despite a municipal bylaw requiring owners to buy one and renew it every year. The estimate is about 30 per cent of dogs and only 10 per cent of cats are licensed, Mary Lou Leiher of Toronto Animal Services said…. Read more »

OVMA 2015 Award of Merit

The Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA) is looking for nominations for their 2015 Award of Merit. We think Dr. Mitelman is worthy of the win! Feel the same? Then take a moment and nominate him! The OVMA Award of Merit is designed to recognize individuals for their practice of, or help to, veterinary medicine. It is awarded for distinguished… Read more »

VETS Toronto Speaks with Minna Rhee of Global News about Precious

  An important message the public needs to be aware of is though people check on seniors, it’s also so important to check on their pets as well. Though a senior may be managing, it doesn’t necessarily mean they are managing with their pets. It’s cases like this that are seen far too often, which… Read more »

Lucky & Daisy Needing Furever Homes From Hoarding Case

  In the aftermath of the Beech Avenue hoarding home, 2 cats have been left behind but not forgotten.  Global’s Mark Carcasole was kind enough to share Lucky and Daisy’s story as well in hopes we could find them the homes they so desperately deserve to have.   Watch these lovely girls in Global’s Story (2:05… Read more »

VETS Toronto speaks about dog treat concern

      June 10, 2014   The U.S. Federal Drug and Administration and the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association are investigating 1,000 reported cases of dogs dying after eating various treats made in China. One dog owner told CityNews that her dog Rosie died after eating VitaLife dog treats. “No doubt in my mind or… Read more »

VETS Animal Charity Brings Change For Pets In Need

  VETS Toronto is moving forward with plans to help pets in distress with VETS Animal Charity.   Mission: To promote the moral and ethical development of Canadian communities by helping animals in need of emergency medical assistance or care, by providing the needed financial assistance for veterinarian costs to pet owners who cannot absorb… Read more »