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Additional Services

Stance Analyzer


The Veterinary Emergency, Urgent Care, and Referral Clinic of York Region is excited to offer a Stance Analyzer to our clients! The Stance Analyzer allows us to quickly, painlessly, and effectively evaluate the way a patient is standing and shifting weight to identify if there is a lameness issue and where to look for it. The Stance Analyzer keeps us one step ahead of lameness and allows for early detection as a standard part of our examinations.

Call us today for more information on our Stance Analyzer!

Laser Therapy


The Veterinary Emergency, Urgent Care, and Referral Clinic of York Region is excited to offer Laser Therapy (Photobiomodulation Therapy) to our clients.

Photobiomodulation Therapy results are achieved when a sufficient dose of light energy reaches target tissues and results in decreased inflammation, decreased pain, and accelerated healing.

This non-invasive and painless therapy effectively treats a wide variety of conditions including, but not limited to:

  1. Post Surgery
  2. Dental Procedures
  3. Infections
  4. Osteoarthritis
  5. Degenerative Joint Disease
  6. Inflammation
  7. Wounds
  8. Fractures
  9. Sprains and Strains
  10. Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Call us today for more information on our laser therapy!



It is crucial for your pet’s vision that we detect and treat glaucoma and other problems with intraocular pressure (pressure within the eye) as quickly as possible. We can test your dog or cat’s eyes for excess pressure. The test, performed with a device called a tonometer, is not painful and does not require sedation.

If not treated immediately (within hours to days), glaucoma can cause permanent vision loss or even blindness. Pets that have suffered eye injuries should have this test performed. In addition, we recommend that breeds that are prone to developing glaucoma come in for regular measurements so we can monitor eye pressure and begin treatment before any problem becomes irreversible. Please call us to discuss whether your pet may be at higher risk for glaucoma.

Call us right away if you notice any of the following problems in either or both of your pet’s eyes: dilated (enlarged) pupils, clouding of the cornea (the normally clear outer layer of the eye), red or bloodshot eyes, one eye protruding or appearing larger than the other, squinting, or tearing. Because glaucoma is painful, your pet may react by rubbing or pawing at the eyes or rubbing his or her head against the floor or furniture more than normal.