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West Hill Animal Clinic

Proudly servicing Scarborough area for over 35 years


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Dental Care Month

Have you brushed your pet's teeth today? Daily teeth brushing and annual dental cleanings help prevent severe dental disease and other health problems.


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Welcome to West Hill in Scarborough

West Hill Animal Clinic is a companion veterinary hospital that has served clients and provided pet services in the Scarborough, Rouge, Durham, and Toronto, Ontario area for over 35 years.

Through years of experience and dedication; we as a team strive to achieve the highest quality of medical and surgical care. We take pride in educating our clients with the knowledge they need to make informed, compassionate decisions for their pets lives through honest communication. In doing what we love, we are committed to making a difference in the lives of both our clients and pets with respect, dignity and professionalism.

Our vet hospital is well equipped to handle all general veterinary needs for your dogs & cats such as spay and neuter, vaccinations, dentistry, physical examinations, microchipping and emergency care. In addition to general and surgical services, we also offer a host of other services to keep your pet healthy and happy.

Dr. Melissa Pambianchi, DVM | Dr. Thompson, DVM | Dr. Joudrey, DVM
Veterinarians, West Hill Animal Hospital – CVO Accredited Facility

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Breed of the Month: French Bulldog

French Bulldogs, or “Frenchies”, are a small, companion breed of dog. French Bulldogs were the result of a cross between bulldog ancestors imported from England and local ratters in Paris in the 1800s. Frenchies have a reputation for loving attention and clowning around. They are very social creatures, athletic and love to play. When they aren’t busy with play, they love to show affection and can’t resist a good cuddle.

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X-rays and Ultrasound for Your Pets

There are many situations in veterinary medicine where diagnostic imaging plays an important and often essential part in the diagnosis of a condition.  In general, veterinarians rely on two broad categories of diagnostics: laboratory testing on blood, urine, fluid and tissue samples and diagnostic imaging.  Surgery and scoping (of the abdomen, gastrointestinal tract and respiratory tract) play an important third tool in diagnostics, but by their nature tend to be more invasive and usually require anesthesia.

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