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COVID-19 UPDATE: April 5, 2021

We continue to monitor COVID-19 developments. Our clients, patients and staff are our top priority.

As per the new by-laws of Toronto City Council, clients are to wear a mask or face covering prior entrance to the clinic. City of Toronto By-Law 541-2020.

Congratulations to the few who have been vaccinated. Although you have been vaccinated we do still require a mask to be worn upon entering the clinic.

* Veterinary services are essential and we will remain open with regular clinic hours. *

Online bookings have been suspended, please call/email the clinic for bookings.

We ask that ONE CLIENT per pet(s) during appointments.

Food/medication is to be called ahead and/or pre-pay over the phone. Otherwise we will bring out of machine to you.

Any questions or concerns, feel free to call/email.

Welcome to Upper Bathurst Animal Clinic
Your Veterinarian in North York,ON
Call us at (647) 350-6666

Pet Emergency? Call Animal Health Partners Emergency Clinic 416-380-7400!

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Thank you for stopping by! We are a small animal clinic located in the heart of North York, providing veterinary health care services for your beloved four-legged family members.

In collaboration with you, we are committed to keeping your pets healthy and happy throughout their lifetime. We also offer a wide selection of veterinary dog and cat food, pet care products and grooming services.

The team at Upper Bathurst Animal Clinic greatly value the bond you have with your pet and are always available for questions or concerns you may have.

We invite you to browse through our website to learn more about us.

Please feel free to contact us anytime.

Let us know how we can serve you best.
Call us at 647-350-6666

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What Makes Us Special

  • We offer the highest of animal care standards
  • Friendly, dedicated and experienced staff
  • We offer on-site services for all of your pet's needs!

North York Veterinarian | Upper Bathurst Animal Clinic | (647) 350-6666

5887 Bathurst Street
North York, ON M2R 1Y7

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