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Welcome to McLean Animal Hospital in Scarborough

McLean Animal Hospital is a companion animal hospital that has served pets in the North York, Don Mills, East York, Toronto and Scarborough area for over 50 years.

It is our objective to provide quality veterinary health care throughout the life of your dog and cat. Our staff focuses on providing preventative care for your new puppy and kitten including neuter and spay surgery, as well as flea and heartworm prevention. We provide early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages; and medical and surgical care to help your cat and dog stay healthy for a lifetime. Contact us today! Evening, emergency and Saturday appointments available.

At our clinic your pets will receive care using current methods and equipment. Our staff includes highly skilled vets, veterinary technicians, receptionists, veterinary assistants, and animal care attendants.

Dr. Megan Haines, DVM |Dr.Niki Low, DVM
Veterinarians, McLean Animal Hospital – OVMA Accredited

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The Importance of Bloodwork In Seniors

Bloodwork in Senior Pets

Dogs are considered senior at the age of 7, and cats at the age of 10. At this time, it is important they see a veterinarian for regular health examinations, even if they appear to be in good health.

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Everything You Need To Know About Declawing

Declawing or onychectomy is the amputation of the last bone of each ‘toe’ in a cat’s paw. If performed on a human, it would be the equivalent of cutting off each finger at the last knuckle. Many people misunderstand the procedure as simply ‘clipping’ the nails off when in reality it is much more of an invasive, painful procedure. Many countries of the world like the UK and parts of the US have banned declawing, deeming it an unnecessary and painful procedure. Most veterinarians oppose the idea unless there is a medical reason that it needs to be done such as an infection or disease in the animal, or if the owner becomes immune compromised and a cat scratch might be life-threatening.

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