Our Affiliations and Helpful Links
At Midtown Mobile Veterinary Hospice Services, our goal is to make end-of-life care for Toronto pets as good as it can be. To remain at the forefront of pain management, hospice, and euthanasia developments, Dr. Banks and her associates are affiliated with various professional organizations dedicated to improving these areas. Take a few moments to browse through the links provided below, where you can also find important information for pet owners. We have also included a list of local veterinary emergency clinics if your pet requires immediate care.
The APLB is a nonprofit organization comprised of dedicated volunteers who are experienced in matters concerning pet death and offering support to owners dealing with pet loss.
The CVMA promotes animal welfare and acts as an advocate for Canada's veterinarians.
The College is devoted to ensuring safe and ethical veterinary care for Ontario's pets by enforcing specific standards and licensing practices that meet or exceed those standards.
IAAHPC is a nonprofit association that promotes the physical, psychological and social needs of animals with life-limiting and/or chronic conditions. In addition, they offer support for animal caregivers, provide education for veterinary professionals, and encourage further research in animal hospice and palliative care.
The IAVRPT is an umbrella organization that supports animal rehabilitation and physical therapy organizations worldwide, and is also dedicated to improving research, education, and patient care in these areas.
The IVAPM advocates for best practices in animal pain management. They are the leading resource for veterinary professionals and pet owners alike in providing education and furthering pain management awareness.
Established in 1874, OVMA is a major source for continuing education, the latest veterinary news, and helping veterinary professionals manage and operate successful animal practices. OVMA represents over 4,400 veterinarians in Ontario, and is dedicated to advocacy, research, education and public awareness.
HABA is committed to increasing understanding of human-animal relationships and recognizing their importance. It also seeks to educate, collaborate, and offer valuable resources for veterinarians and pet owners.
Local Veterinary Emergency Clinics
If you require emergency care, please contact one of the emergency clinics listed below.
Veterinary Emergency Clinic
920 Yonge St. (north of Davenport)
Toronto, ON M4W 3C7
Central Toronto Veterinary Referral Clinic
1051 Eglinton Ave. W (east of Allan Rd.)
Toronto, ON M6C 2C9
Veterinary Emergency Hospital of West Toronto
Open M-F 6 p.m. -9 a.m., 24/7 on weekends and holidays
755 Queensway Ave. E
Mississauga, Ontario L4Y 4C5
Toronto Veterinary Emergency Hospital
21 Rolark Dr. (Birchmount and Ellesmere)
Scarborough, ON M1R 3B1
Toronto Animal Health Partners - Emergency and Specialty Hospital
1 Scarsdale Road (York Mills Rd and Leslie St)
Toronto, ON M3B 2R2