Toronto Animal Mobility Services

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Toronto Animal Mobility Services (Toronto AMS) is committed to the health and well-being of your pet during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our vehicles are sanitized before and after each transport and contain Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) on board. If you or someone in your household has tested positive for COVID-19 or are in isolation for any other reason, we can help. With virtual booking and contactless payment options, our team of specialized Registered Veterinary Technicians and Animal Care Attendants can provide contactless curbside and apartment hallway pickups of pets in accordance with social distancing protocols.

Breed Spotlight: Maine Coons

The Maine Coon is a “natural” cat breed originating in the state of Maine. They are large, friendly, and easy to groom. They make good mousers, and are an outgoing, affectionate companion animal. Despite the fact that a Maine Coon has long fur, they are generally considered a “low maintenance” cat. Their long silky fur

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Can I get COVID-19 From My Pet?⁠

Since the latest news of the first dog confirmed positive for COVID-19, the initial fears of a pet transmissible disease have again been ignited. However, there is currently no evidence that the disease can be spread to humans from pets. ⁠ ⁠ Veterinary professionals initially were more worried about possible transmission of the virus on

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Addisonian Crisis in Dogs

To understand exactly what an Addisonian crisis is, it is first important to explain what Addison’s disease is. Addison’s disease, scientifically known as hypoadrenocorticism, is a disease of the adrenal gland and it is caused by a decreased production of hormones from the outer part, or cortex, of the adrenal gland. The adrenal glands are

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Why is My Dog Walking Funny?- Ataxia in Dogs

Why is my dog walking funny? – Ataxia in dogs You walk into the living room and notice your pet stumbling around and acting very confused. What on earth is going on? This abnormal uncoordinated movement is known as ataxia. If you notice this behaviour in your pet, they may be experiencing a serious ailment

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Breed Spotlight: Poodles

Poodles are one of the most well-known and popular breeds of dogs in Canada. They are a very intelligent and energetic breed, with the added appeal of being a hypoallergenic non-shedding breed that makes them a good choice for many families. Poodles come in three sizes – Standard, Miniature, and Toy, which also makes them

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Breed Spotlight: Bernese Mountain Dogs

Bernese Mountain Dogs – the big teddy bear of dog breeds! It is no shock that these dogs have become increasingly popular as companion animals over the years. Part of the working dog classification, Bernese Mountain Dogs were bred to herd cattle and protect farmland. Due to their working nature, they require constant mental stimulation

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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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