N. Toronto Veterinary Behaviour Specialty Clinic

99 Henderson Ave.
Thornhill, ON L3T 2K9

(905)881-2752

www.northtorontovets.com

North Toronto Veterinary Behaviour Specialty Clinic welcomes you!

North Toronto Veterinary Behaviour Specialty Clinic offers behaviour consultations on a referral basis. Dr. Gary Landsberg BSc, DVM, DACVB, dip ECAWBM is a board-certified veterinary behaviourist with specialist credentialing from the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists and the European College of Animal Welfare and Behavioural Medicine. Please note that Dr. Landsberg presently has very limited availability to see new cases. 

We are happy to announce that Dr. Sagi Denenberg DVM, MRCVS, DACVB, Dip ECAWBM, RCVS Recognised Specialist in Veterinary Behavioural Medicine is returning to Toronto to see cases at our clinic.  Dr. Denenberg spent the last three years at the University of Bristol, England where he provided behaviour consultations, teaching students, and engaged in research.  Please contact us by email to confirm the next available appointment with a veterinary behaviourist.

If you have a behaviour case that you would like to have seen at our clinic, please review our website to find out more about our services and then contact our office by email at northtorontovets@gmail.com or call our office at 905-881-2752 to get a quotation and to schedule your appointment.  Please be certain to download the behaviour forms prior to your appointment so that you and your veterinarian can have them completed and returned at least 2 days prior to your consultation. Following your visit, both you and your veterinarian will receive a case summary for your records. 

Our clinic is a shared location with the Doncaster Animal Clinic at 99 Henderson Avenue in Thornhill.  

Please contact us at our new email address northtorontovets@gmail.com

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