Toronto Animal Mobility Services


   Veterinary-trained Registered Veterinary Technicians and Animal Care Attendants on board.

Toronto Animal Mobility Services (Toronto AMS) is grateful to the support of our customers during the Pandemic.  Due to staffing constraints, we have suspended our services and will advise when services recommence.  We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.

Parasite Prevention Season

Flea, tick, and parasite prevention is just one of those controversial topics that generates a lot of confusion for pet owners. Here are some questions often asked of animal care professionals regarding this subject: • Are fleas,ticks, parasites really that bad? • Are there “natural” remedies? • Are the products dangerous? • Why trust my

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Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease

If you have ever owned a cat you are likely privy to their susceptibility for developing urinary issues – particularly in our male cats! Feline lower urinary tract disease – or FLUTD for short – can occur for several reasons, however the most common causes in cats include urinary stones, urethral plugs, and a condition

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The Anemic Dog

What is anemia?  Anemia is a condition that affects the red blood cells and hemoglobin in a patient’s blood. Red blood cells and hemoglobin are components of the blood that are produced in the bone marrow of a dog. Hemoglobin is a protein that is found in red blood cells and it is responsible for

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Breed Spotlight: Portuguese Water Dogs

  The Portuguese Water Dog recently made it in the top ten list of most popular breed in Canada. It’s no wonder the breed has caught on in recent years. Portuguese Water Dogs are renowned for their high energy, intelligence, and independence. Their medium size and non-shedding coat add to their appeal. Portuguese Water Dogs

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Breed Spotlight: Whippets

Whippets are a modern(ish) dog breed developed in the 1600’s by crossing Greyhounds with terriers and later with Italian Greyhounds to achieve their current sleek look and even, active, independent temperaments. The popularity of Whippets rose with the popularity of racing in the 1800’s. Unlike greyhound racing, which is generally frowned upon and considered cruel,

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Common Holiday Toxins for Your Pets

As we begin to prepare for the busy holiday season this year, it is important to keep in mind that many common holiday treats and decorations can be very toxic to our pets – particularly as we are spending more time at home with them and may be tempted to share in our indulgences. The

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Veterinary Trained Pet Transport Service

Our professional and caring team will get your pet where it needs to go both safely and quickly.
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