Welcome to McLean Animal Hospital
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 care throughout the life of your dog and cat. Our animal hospital staff focuses on providing preventative care for your new puppy and kitten including neuter and spay surgery, as well as flea and heartworm prevention. Your veterinarian will 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 Victoria Park animal hospital your pets will receive veterinary care using current methods and equipment. Our animal clinic staff includes highly skilled vets, veterinary technicians, receptionists, veterinary assistants, and animal care attendants.
Our animal clinic offers a variety of services including:
Pet Medication & Laboratory Services
Flea and Tick Control
Articles From Our Blog
Vaccines: We’re all in this together by Dr. Sean Colyer
While we at McLean’s are certainly advocates for vaccinating our pets, vaccines are certainly a hot topic these days. One particular aspect of the vaccine debate that I find the general public may not understand is that of “herd (or community) immunity” and population medicine. Whether we’re discussing a vaccine for our pets...
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Spring has sprung at McLean Animal Hospital!
Spring has Sprung, how exciting! What a long winter, now to enjoy the outdoors! For our pets, enjoying the outdoors also means parasites enjoying them! This is the time of year we see fleas, ticks, and intestinal parasites. So what can you do to protect your furry friend? Please call us at McLean A...
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Diabetes Mellitus in Our Pets by Dr. Monica Marshman
Diabetes mellitus is a complex metabolic disorder where the body either does not produce enough insulin or cannot use the insulin it produces. When your pet ingests food, a portion is broken down into glucose, which is used by the body for energy. Insulin is required to transport glucose from the blood...
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