Your Pet Gazette – Shine A Spotlight On Your Cat’s Health

From August 31st to October 3rd, we are running a special promotion for the well-being of our feline patients.  We understand that bringing your cat to see the vet can be a bit stressful for some pets and their people too.  If you find this process challenging, give us a call at 416.537.3128 to speak with one of our Registered Veterinary Technicians for helpful tips on fear-free vet visits for cats.

September Promotion for Feline Wellness Care:

When combined with any annual examination, vaccination, or routine wellness/preventive health care vet visit:

  • Complimentary nail trims                                               SAVE $19.50
  • 10% off select wellness blood test panels                    SAVE up to $30.00
  • Complimentary enrollment and weigh-in consultations in the SLIMFIT program for overweight kitties with purchase of a weight-reducing diet

September Online Store Promotions for Feline Wellness Care:

  • Watch for vendor promotions from Hills, Royal Canin and Purina
  • Royal Canin vendor promotion: complimentary feline senior treats with purchase of senior pet diet through online store only
  • 10% off all Feliway products
  • 20% off Kong brand cat toys

Going back to work reward tip and explanation

Feliway and Adaptil Products

Some pets may require a little extra help managing the anxiety of a change in their routine when you return to work this fall. This product contains a natural pheromone known to reduce anxiety in most cats.  Feliway can help at home too for cats that:

  • hide
  • scratch
  • pee outside the litter box
  • over-groom themselves

If you need assistance in managing separation anxiety for your pets, please give us a call at 416.537.3128 for a recommendation.  We’re here for you!

Veterinarian holding a carrier with a cat in it

Tips For Placing Your Cat in the Carrier:

  • Familiarize your cat with the carrier.  Don’t just bring it out when a trip is planned.
  • Make the carrier a pleasant association by placing toys or treats inside regularly.
  • Once your cat becomes comfortable in the carrier, close the door very briefly.
  • You can build-up the amount of time the door is kept closed but keep it a positive experience.
  • If you need to load your cat into a carrier, you can tilt the carrier and gently lower your cat inside while holding the front feet.  Check out Venessa’s video clips for a demonstration.


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To our valued clients,

Our hospital is currently operating with limited staff. There are no doctors available this week, but we continue to be available for food and prescription pick-up.

Due to this, we have temporarily reduced our hours of operation until further notice. We are also experiencing an influx of emails and calls and are doing our best to get back to you as soon as possible. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.


  • Monday to Friday: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Saturdays: 8:30 am - 2:00 pm
  • We ask that you continue to be kind to all of our team members. Please know that we are working tirelessly to return to regular programming for you and your cherished pets.

    - The team at Annex Animal Hospital