West Hill Animal Clinic

Proudly servicing the Toronto area for over 35 years


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Welcome to West Hill in Scarborough

West Hill Animal Clinic is a companion animal hospital that has served clients and their pets 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.

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Dr Clayton Greenway is great! He displayed a true compassion for me as well as my cat. Not…
The West Hill Animal Clinic is the best in the city of Toronto. Dr. Clayton Greenway and the…
I don't suppose many people have never met the person they review ,but I am so pleased ,that I want…
West hill animal clinic is the best place to bring your pet. They take the time to explain all your…
What a wonderful experience for both Julie and I. If you ever want a Doctor is who personable and…


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What To Do With Injured or Abandoned Wildlife

If you happen to find a baby wild animal and you think it may be abandoned, access the situation carefully. Is the animal’s mother likely to return? Is the animal in immediate distress or injured? To determine if the animal is abandoned, check on it periodically for 24-48 hours.

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The Importance of Fecal Testing

Fecal tests are important screens that are recommended to be performed each year at your pet's annual physical exam. It detects any internal parasites that your pet may be carrying, including giardia, coccidia, tapeworms, roundworms, hookworms, and whipworms. Any of these parasites can easily be picked up by your pet from contact with another infected animal (including their mother or littermates), or contact with the feces of an infected animal, including feces of local wildlife.

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