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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.

Breed Spotlight: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

The toy Spaniel breeds originate as far back as the Renaissance times, with the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel originating in 17 th century Britain. At the time, two British monarchs, King Charles I and his son Charles II, were particularly invested in the black and tan variety of the toy spaniels that were later named

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Bathing Your Pet

There is no hard and fast rule as to “how often” you should bathe your pet. However, there are a few things we should be aware of when considering bathing a pet. All pets may need a bath once in a while, and some of that is dependent on the a) type of pet and

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Conflict in Multicat Households

Approximately 38% of households in Canada have one or more cats in their home. From personal experience, however, I can say that you typically won’t find single cat households often, and if you do, it won’t be long until they become multi-cat households. It’s like your favourite potato chip – you can never just have

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Breed Spotlight: Bengal Cats

Although they are often thought to be some sort of wild feline, the Bengal cat is in fact a domesticated derivative of the Asian Leopard cat. The first hybridization of the Asian Leopard cat and the domestic tabby cats was in the early 1960’s in the United States. This was the response to an increasing

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Purrfect Persians and Hearty Himalayans

A Persian is an old cat breed. Originating in Iran, the first known Persian cats came to North America in the 1600’s. The Persians of the day were eventually bred to the more expressive, wide, and flat-faced cats we recognize today as being distinctive of the breed. Persians are known to be docile, sedate, and loving pets. Adults grow

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Vestibular Disease in Dogs

Have you ever witnessed a dog stumbling around like they have had one too many cocktails and wondered what on earth is going on? They may also be tilting their head to one side and having trouble keeping their balance any time they attempt to walk or get up. If there haven’t been any known

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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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