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We are now a No Declaw Practice.
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A Pawsitive Step: we are no longer Declawing Cats!

 

As of April 20th, we have stopped declawing cats at Blue Cross Animal Hospital. 

 

Our initial announcement on April 21st was met with overwhelming, positive public support, confirming our belief that the time was right to make this decision. We received a large number of supportive comments and emails and our Facebook post announcing our decision went viral, being seen by more than 52,000 people to date.

You can read more about our decision, as well as a list of tips to keep your cats’ claws from becoming a problem by clicking the button below.

Why we are no longer Declawing Cats...

Just a Reminder: All dogs should now be started on a Heartworm Preventive.


It's never too late! Drop in with your dog any time in June have a heartworm test and pick up some preventive.

Learn More about Heartworm & Other Parasites >>
Chapelle with the stuffed CPR dog.

Did you know?


Everyone here at Blue Cross Animal Hospital Staff regularly updates their training and skills.


When our Veterinary Technicians recently refreshed their CPR skills, Chanelle took a moment to pose for a picture with our hard-working practice dog.

A new feature on our Webstore: Introducing AutoPickup.


Now there are two ways to Auto-Order your pet products.


Next time you order your pet's food on our WebStore, click on the orange AutoOrder button to create a recurring AutoShipment or AutoPickup.

AutoPickup offers the convenience of selecting products from our extensive product catalog online 24/7 and picking them up at our office knowing they’re already paid for and waiting for you.

As always, you can create an AutoShipment and have your pet’s products delivered via courier right to your home, work or anywhere in Ontario.
 
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A cocker spaniel in a garden with Hydrangea.

Choose Non-Toxic Plants for your Garden

 

When planning and planting your yards and gardens, make sure you aren’t unintentionally introducing plants or materials that could be poisonous to your pets.

We've put together a short list of resources and information to help you keep your yard a non-toxic zone.

The Non-Toxic Garden

Check us out on Instagram!


An entertaining feed of clients, friends, and cuteness, like Jake, pictured above. @bcahtoronto #BCAHToronto

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Please Put a Second Name on your Pet’s File


Help us to care for your pet by giving us a second contact name for your file.

Why we need another name >>
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