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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: 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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What is an RVT?

October is RVT Month across Canada. This month, let’s take the time to appreciate and recognize all that Registered Veterinary Technicians do! Registered Veterinary Technicians, or RVT’s, are integral members of the veterinary team. They are highly trained and educated professionals that conduct all of the nursing and treatment procedures that are necessary for your

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Breed Spotlight: Pugs

Pugs have become one of the most sought after breeds of dogs in recent years and it comes as no surprise, given their irresistible faces. Pugs are a part of the toy companion dog classification. Originating in China, they are descendants of smaller mastiff-type breeds that were eventually bred into the wrinkle-faced pugs we are

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Breed Spotlight: Siamese Cats

Some people are dog people. Some people are cat people. Some people don’t have to choose! Wherever your heart lies, if you like cats, then you know they come in many varieties. One of the oldest, most well known, and popular breeds is the Siamese cat. Their distinctive point pattern is a natural mutation.  The

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Breed Spotlight: French Bulldogs

French Bulldogs have become an increasingly popular breed of choice in recent years. They are a part of the non-sporting companion dog classification and they are very well known for their distinct “satellite dish” ears. Originating from the English Bulldog breed, they became their own new breed in the 1800’s when lace workers travelled from

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Special Considerations for Transporting Pets: Neurologic/Orthopedic

Certain breeds of animals are genetically predisposed to various orthopedic conditions or defects. This includes conditions such as hip dysplasia, luxating patellas, cruciate ligament tears, disc disease, and degenerative joint disease. This is important to keep in mind when we are determining specific considerations we must make when transporting them from place to place. In

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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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