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We're delighted to welcome you to the official website for Richview Animal Hospital. Our Etobicoke pet clinic understands just how special your furry family member is to you, and that's why we always treat our patients as if they were our very own pets. You'll find that everyone on our team is committed to helping your pet achieve optimum health and wellness for life.
We accept dogs and cats only.
Under the leadership of clinic owner and Etobicoke veterinarian, Dr. Oliver Sterbinsky, Richview Animal Hospital offers a wide range of veterinary services for dogs and cats at all stages of life. These services include:
Pet Exams, Vaccinations, and Wellness - Comprehensive wellness examinations are critical for keeping your pet as healthy as possible at all times. These examinations may include any scheduled vaccinations or booster shots, lab tests, vital sign measurements, and exterior inspections to catch any problems in their earliest stages. Yearly wellness visits are the norm, but very young animals, senior pets, and pets with chronic medical conditions may require more frequent wellness checks.
Pet Boarding - When you can't stay with your pet, boarding him at our Etobicoke animal hospital is the next best thing -- especially if he has special medical issues that require professional care and attention. We will make sure your pet enjoys his stay with us, while you rest easy knowing that if a sudden illness strikes, we're right there to take care of it.
Microchipping - Why microchip your pet? Registered microchips give lost pets the best chance of returning home. Microchipping substantially increases the likelihood of a pet returning home by offering secure, reliable, unique and permanent identification. At the Richview Animal Hospital, we offer microchipping. If your pet gets lost and is taken to an animal shelter, they will scan the microchip to read its unique dog or cat ID code. Dog and cat microchipping is a simple procedure. No bigger than a grain of rice, the process is similar to a routine shot and it provides peace of mind that your beloved companion will never wander unknown.
Although it is always best to book your pet's next appointment in advance to avoid wait times, please know, if you are ever in need, we are here for you and accept walk ins.
What to expect at as a walk-in client:
We look forward to seeing you and your pet!
We hope you'll explore this site to learn more about our Etobicoke vet team, view our online Educational Center, peruse our blog for insights on a broad range of veterinary topics, and check out each of our services in more detail. Schedule an appointment now by calling 416-245-8805! We can't wait to meet your pet!
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