The Toronto Humane Society offers public vaccination services for healthy dogs and cats and puppies and kittens that are at least 6 weeks of age. Vaccination services are available up to five days a week, including Saturdays!
*by appointment ONLY*
If you intend to travel with your pet please note that we do not complete documentation necessary for travel, nor health examinations to ensure your pet is healthy enough to travel.
Vaccinations we offer:
**Please note we do not offer: FeLV - Feline Leukemia Virus (cats), Leptospirosis (dogs), Bordetella – Canine Kennel Cough (dogs) or Lyme (dogs)
*Please contact your local veterinarian to determine any other vaccinations your pet may require.
Heartworm testing has now concluded for the 2016 season. We will resume offering heartworm testing and preventatives on April 15th 2017.
Click here for heartworm testing & preventative policies.
Click here for vaccine clinic frequently asked questions.
Click here for vaccine reaction information.
Click here for fee schedule.
Please call or email in order to book your appointment:
*In case of last minute changes please listen to our voice recording for current operational hours (there is no voicemail service so please hang up if calling outside of our operational hours)*
*Please note: if you are having difficulty with this document please provide the information within the body of your email and one of our staff will be happy to book an appointment for you.
The Toronto Humane Society reminds all pet owners of the importance of annual rabies vaccinations. Not only does it keep your pet safe... it's the law.
The Toronto Humane Society encourages all clients of our public clinics to develop a regular relationship with their local full-service veterinarian and to inform themselves about responsible pet ownership.
Vaccination services are provided through the Toronto Humane Society’s Spay Neuter Services within the Toronto Humane Society at 11 River Street in the east end of downtown Toronto. Please make your way to the bright green door towards the back of the building.
Parking is available in the visitors parking lot behind the shelter (spaces are limited), or temporarily on the loading ramp during intake and discharge hours only. Please do not block any garbage/ recycling bins or fire routes for both the shelter and neighboring condo/townhome complexes.