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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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West Hill Animal Clinic’s Favourite Animal/Pet Related Movies

Here are some of our favourite animal & pet related movies!

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Breed of the Month: Bichon Frise

The Bichon Frise has been recorded as early as the 13th century and was rumored to have originated in the Mediterranean. The Bichon’s cheerful disposition, eagerness to please and ability to quickly master tricks made it so that they were often used as circus performers and musical organ grinder dogs. The Bichon became so well loved and desired that Spanish sailors used to barter and trade them and it wasn’t long before the breed was spread throughout Europe. It is not known exactly when the Bichon made its way to North America, but the breed was officially acknowledged by the American Kennel Club in 1973. Nowadays, the Bichon Frise is bred as a companion dog. If you are looking for a happy-go-lucky, highly intelligent, curious dog who loves human companionship, then this may be the breed for you!

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