Veterinary Services

Renforth Veterinary Clinic is a full service hospital focused exclusively on dogs and cats. We provide our patients access to onsite X-rays, dental services and comprehensive diagnostic, surgical and medical care.



Our Hours

Scheduling Appointments

Renforth Veterinary Clinic prides itself on the personal attention given to each client and patient. We believe that making personal connections with all of our clients is instrumental in enabling us to provide the best care possible for you and your pet. In this modern age of automation, we feel that the value of speaking with a live person cannot be understated.

As such, we do not offer e-scheduling for appointments. Appointments can made by phone or in person. We look forward to connecting with you!

Our reception team will attempt to accommodate all requests to the best of our ability. Doctor’s hours and availability vary but appointment times are available as outlined below.

Monday through Friday

10:00 am to 12:30 pm
2:00 pm and 6:30 pm
Saturday
9:00 am to 1:30 pm

** Please note the clinic opens at 8:00 am on Tuesdays and Wednesdays for surgical admissions.


Call to book now – 416 622 2003

Monday – Friday
**9:00am – 7:00 pm


Saturday
9:00 am – 2:00 pm


Sunday
CLOSED


For Kittens & Puppies

For New Pet Owners

New Puppy or Kitten?


We can’t wait to meet your new arrival! Check out our blog for information about when your puppy or kitten should have his or her first check up, things you need to do right away and what to expect at your first few visits. Call the clinic any time for more information or to book your first appointment.


Click Me!

now accepting

New Patients

Looking for a new veterinarian?


Whether you are new to the area, have recently acquired a new pet or are looking for a new veterinarian we will be happy to assist you. For details on how to get started…..


Click Me!

A Few notes about

PRICES


Physical Exam & Consultation$67


Annual Exam + Vaccines $87-$147


Heartworm Test via 4Dx$39
(including Blood Collection)


Fecal Parasite Testing $46


Feline Nail Trim $17


Canine Nail Trim $20



We all wish that cost didn’t matter. But we know the truth of the matter is that for most people, it does. We understand that not everyone has unlimited resources to commit to their pet’s care; that shouldn’t preclude them from being able to provide quality care for their beloved companions.

Transparency is crucial for a healthy doctor-client relationship. To that end, you will find prices for a number of routine procedures here. Although there may be instances when unanticipated issues are identified that will cause costs to potentially fall outside of these ranges, we always do our best to make sure that communication about the cost of anticipated treatments are clear.

* All listed prices are subject to HST.

Renforth Veterinary Clinic accepts payment via cash, Debit, MasterCard, Visa and American Express. In order for us to continue to provide excellent veterinary care affordably, we request that payment be made at the time services are rendered.

When this is not possible, financing is available through Pet-Card. Please contact them at 1-888-689-9876 for more information or visit their website: www.petcard.ca

Estimates are provided for all proposed care and/or procedures. If you require any clarification about the estimated cost of care, please speak to your veterinarian or a member of the care team.

Pet insurance is, essentially, health benefits for pets. Plans offer reimbursement for veterinary bills for illness and injury, subject to coverage by the individual policy. Plans vary vastly in terms of monthly premiums, deductible amounts, percentage of co-payments, coverage and limits or maximum payouts

There are several companies that offer pet insurance in Canada. Most are reviewed on petinsurancereview.com, a U.S.-based website that provides consumer reviews of Canadian and American pet health insurance companies, rating them out of 10.

Companies generally offer a variety of plans, with varying deductibles and co-payments. Some plans cover only basic accidents and illnesses while others provide more extensive coverage (some policies even include preventive veterinary care like annual exams and dental care. Coverage may include the cost of supplements, dental therapeutic pet foods and orthotic or prosthetic devices. Most polices have maximum payouts by incident or category of illness (ie. dermatology, accidents, orthopedics etc.)

Because policies vary so greatly, there isn’t one company or policy that could be considered a first choice across the board. It is important that owners research any policy they are considering and be sure to investigate details about coverage, including exclusions and limits.