We provide specialty veterinary care all in the comfort of your own home. An in-home veterinary visit allows for an intimate, personal and comfortable setting for you and your pet.

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Home Visit Appointments to addresses located outside of the boundaries shown will be subject to an additional mileage fee. Please fill out the booking form or call our Customer Care Line at 647-389-4838 to receive your quote!!

We are happy to validate $3 worth of parking 🙂 !!


EMERGENCY Home Visit Appointments have two components: the EMERGENCY Mobile/Booking Fee and the Vet Service Fee

The EMERGENCY Home Visit Appointment is the most popular service with our clients. After your appointment reservation is complete, one of our lovely vets will arrive at your home. They will then thoroughly examine your pet and discuss the results of their findings with you. With your input, the vet will proceed to put together a plan of care to help get your pet back on track to being happy and healthy!! A 30 minute consult/examination is allotted per pet seen at your booked EMERGENCY Home Visit Appointment.

EMERGENCY Home Visit Appointments have two components: the EMERGENCY Mobile/Booking Fee and the Vet Service Fee:

The EMERGENCY Mobile/Booking fee is $120+HST (if within our general service area) and is charged to your credit card at the time of your booking. This fee goes towards reserving your pet’s time slot and is NON-REFUNDABLE, so please make sure you are able to keep your scheduled EMERGENCY Home Visit appointment!! In light of COVID-19, we only have and only are able to accommodate EMERGENCY appointments!! For pet guardians with more than one pet, for each pet after the first, an additional $30+HST per pet will be charged to reserve time for their visit. Appointments to addresses located OUTSIDE of the boundaries shown will be subject to an additional mileage fee. **Kindly fill out the booking form or call our Customer Care Line at 647-389-4838 to receive your quote!!

The Vet Service Fee starts at $80+HST per pet seen (this fee includes an up to 30 minute consult and/or pet examination with our vet) and is a separate fee that is charged at your Home Visit Appointment. Debit, Visa and Master Card are acceptable forms of payment for this fee. Depending on treatment course and length of your Home Visit, additional fees may apply.

**Please be advised, because of the COVID-19 disruption, our Home Visits now run longer than average as there is significant preparation and sanitization labour involved before and after each Home Visit. As a result, Home Visits that take place indoors can frequently start at $450 or higher, depending on your pet’s needs. If a more detailed quote is needed, kindly book a PHONE CONSULT with a vet prior to booking your Home Visit.**

**PLEASE NOTE: Due to the nature of our business operation, the Mobile/Booking Fees for missed (including missing pets and pet guardians 🙂 ), late, cancelled or rescheduled appointments will not be reimbursed. Please ensure you and your pet are present for your confirmed appointment.

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If your pet is not feeling well or is acting strange, a Phone Consult Appointment with one of our lovely vets is a great way to put your mind at ease without leaving the comfort of your own home.

During this 10 minute phone conversation, feel free to ask our lovely vet any questions you may have!! The Phone Consult Appointment is $10+HST (per pet)*. Please make sure you are available for your scheduled Phone Consult Appointment, as this fee is NON-REFUNDABLE!!

*If you are a NEW CLIENT and you decide to book a Home Visit Appointment while on the phone with the vet, the $10+HST Phone Consultation fee will be credited to your booked appointment!!

**Please book a Phone Consult Appointment with our vet to order medication, medical documents or to obtain a quote for any of our services.

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Congratulations on your new puppy or kitten! Raising them can be both rewarding and challenging. Dr. Tina will help walk you through the first weeks and months of raising your new addition as these are crucial times to set your little one up for a healthy and happy life with you. A series of 2-3 visits. Training, the importance of vaccines, deworming, flea control, nutrition, spay/neuter/microchip procedures as well as pet insurance will be addressed in these appointments.

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Yearly physical exams are important check-in points in your pet’s life with you. These appointments allow Dr. Tina to determine the overall health based on physical exam findings, but she may have suggestions for improving the quality of your beloved pet’s life and preventing your pet from contracting detrimental disease. It is our primary goal to keep your pet healthy and provide the best care possible. Your pet is carefully evaluated at every wellness exam, from nose to tail and from coat to internal organs. Your pet’s need for vaccinations that will protect against disease, as well as the necessity for flea, tick, and heartworm prevention, will be assessed. Dental hygiene and weight management will also be discussed. Dental disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem for pets. An astounding 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats show signs of oral disease by age 3, according to the American Veterinary Dental Society (AVDS). Weight management also becomes important in ensuring your pets do not develop diabetes, arthritis, respiratory difficulty, among other diseases. Taking into consideration your individual pet’s condition, age, and breed type, Dr. Tina will then determine what vaccines, treatments, and tests are appropriate for him/her.

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Medical advancements have enabled early detection of diseases and when managed well, can add years to your pet’s quality of life. Most common diseases afflicting our senior pets include arthritis, diabetes, urinary tract infections, kidney disease, liver disease, thyroidal disease and cancer. Scheduling regular veterinary examinations is one of the most important steps pet owners can take to keep their pets happy and healthy. When dogs and cats enter their senior years, these health examinations are more important than ever as they allow for early detection and delay the onset or progress of disease such as organ failure and osteoarthritis. Healthy senior dogs and cats are recommended to have a veterinarian visit every 6 months for a complete physical assessment and laboratory testing—a key component of a senior exam. The importance of dental hygiene, nutrition and exercise catered to our senior pets will also be discussed.

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“Not the least hard thing to bear when they go from us, these quiet friends, is that they carry away with them so many years of our own lives.” -John Galsworthy

Our vets’ professionalism and bedside manner gives you a sense of peace in making the tough decision to part with your beloved friend. Saying good-bye is never easy, but it makes it easier on the pet and yourself when you are able to share tender final moments together with supporting family members and even other pets present all in the comfort of your own home. Our furry companions offer us endless joy, unconditional love and remain child-like to us all their lives – which is why it is so incredibly heartbreaking when the time comes that we have to part. If you are not sure it is the “right time” to say your final good-byes, an end-of-life/euthanasia consultation with one of our lovely vets may help to make the decision easier. They will talk about your pets quality of life, the euthanasia process itself and plan for memorializing your pet the way family members would like. Although it may be difficult to discuss this process, family members cope better with the loss of their beloved pet if they have prepared for it through this consult. **PLEASE NOTE: Our service does not perform “healthy euthanasias”. If you are uncertain if your pet falls within this aforementioned category, please book a 10 minute Phone Consultation with one of our veterinarians prior to booking your Home Visit. A Phone Consultation with the veterinarian may also be helpful for you to obtain a quote for this service.

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Any of the following signs could indicate that your pet is not well and should seek veterinary assistance: experiencing lower energy levels, not eating, vomiting, diarrhea, coughing, having difficulty breathing, not urinating and/or seems in distress. If your pet is injured, has ingested something you feel he/she should not have and/or you are concerned, please call us to book an appointment. A full history and physical examination are the crucial first steps in deciding an appropriate diagnostic and treatment plan for your pet. Arrangements for treatments and required diagnostic testing such as xrays, blood sample testing, hospitalization among other available procedures will be discussed to best target your pet’s therapy.

PLEASE NOTE: if your pet is in need of urgent care and cannot wait for an appointment opening, please call one of the emergency clinic numbers listed below.

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Should your pet require treatment in a hospital setting, Toronto Mobile Services are equipped to perform dental cleaning/extractions, surgery, xrays, intravenous fluid therapy and much more. PLEASE NOTE: For any procedural services, your pet will require a physical examination prior and details of arrangement will be discussed with Dr. Tina.


What it is: Spaying is the surgical removal of the uterus and the ovaries.

Why Spay my female cat/dog? Spaying offers several advantages. In cats and dogs, the female’s heat periods last for 2-3 weeks. Female dog heats result in 2-3 weeks of vaginal bleeding around the household. Female cats do not have vaginal bleeding, but become extremely vocal and exhibit overly affectionate behaviours over 2-3 weeks that recurs several times a year. Spaying also prevents unplanned litters of kittens or puppies. It has been proven that as the female cat/dog gets older, there is a significant incidence of breast cancer and uterine infections if she has not been spayed. Spaying before she has any heat periods will eliminate the chance of either as both life-threatening conditions. If you do not plan to breed your cat or dog, it is strongly recommended she is spayed before her first heat period, typically at 6 months of age.


What it is: Neutering is the surgical removal of the testes.

Why Neuter my male cat/dog? Unneutered male cats and dogs are more aggressive and more likely to fight, especially with other male cats/dogs. Neutering a male cat prevents malodourous urine marking/spraying around the household. As dogs age, the prostate gland frequently enlarges and causes difficulty urinating and defecating. Neutering also prevents and treats prostatic infections or cyst formation—both of which can be life-threatening conditions.

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Each year thousands of lost animals are taken in by shelters across North America. Some of these animals never make it home because they cannot be identified. Microchipping offers a permanent method of identifying your pet and linking your pet back to you. A microchip is a small device inserted just under the skin between your pet’s shoulder blades. Collar tags can break or become unreadable. In case your pet was to go missing, microchipping lasts a lifetime, is a quick, painless procedure and best option for getting your pets home fast and safe.

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Tartar buildup on the teeth causes irritation of the gums around the base of the teeth, resulting in exposure of the roots, infection and tooth loss. Infection within the mouth will be picked up by the bloodstream and carried to other parts o the body. Kidney and heart infections frequently begin in the mouth. Dental disease is very painful and usually when pets are too painful to eat their food, especially in cats, life-threatening liver and/or other disease develops secondary to this inappetance.

Proper cleaning of the teeth requires complete cooperation of the patient so plaque and tartar can be removed properly. Anesthesia is required to thoroughly clean the teeth. Although aesthesia always carries a degree of risk, the modern aesthetics in use in the clinics minimize this risk, even for older pets. Depending on your pet’s age and general health status, blood may be analyzed prior to anesthesia to evaluate organ function and safety for anesthesia.

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Dr. Tina can get a lot of information about what might be wrong with your dog or cat from talking to you and examining your pet. If an abnormality is found from the history and/or physical examination, an X-ray and/or ultrasound will allow visualization of organs and bones inside your pet’s body without having to perform an operation. An X-ray is essentially a picture whereas an ultrasound is a real time (movie) image of what is going on inside your pet’s body. Both procedures are noninvasive and do not hurt. They reveal very valuable information so that Dr. Tina can decide a treatment plan that best targets your pet’s therapy.

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Intravenous fluid therapy involves placement of an intravenous catheter (an indwelling needle) in the leg so that a continuous drip of fluids and electrolytes can be given directly into the bloodstream. The procedure is not painful or stressful; after the catheter is placed, the patient simply relaxes in a hospital compartment, periodically receiving additional injectable medications through this intravenous catheter. Oftentimes patients requiring surgery, are dehydrated from an illness (vomiting/diarrhea, kidney disease, other organ disease, infection), and/or ingested a toxin, require fluid therapy to enable frequent injections of medications (eg. pain medication, antibiotics), re-establish electrolyte balance, hydration and/or flush their body free of toxins and infection.

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Emergency Clinics

Should your pet require urgent care and/or you are unable to reach Dr. Tina, please contact any of the clinics below:

Wellesley Animal Hospital (416) 966-1830
535 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, M4Y 1Y5

Central Toronto Veterinary Referral Clinic (416) 784-4444
1051 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto, ON, M6C 2C9

Toronto Animal Health Partners Emergency Hospital (416) 380-7400
1 Scarsdale Road, North York, ON M3B 2R2

Veterinary Emergency Clinic of West Toronto (416) 239-3453
150 Norseman Street, Toronto, ON, M8Z 2R7

WEST END: Mississauga-Oakville Vet Emergency Hospital (905) 829-9444
2285 Bristol Circle, Oakville, ON, L6H 6P8

EAST END: Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital (416) 247-8387
21 Rolark Drive, Scarborough, ON, M1R 2B1