We are proud to be a part of the diverse and vibrant Roncesvalles Village community. We also enjoy opportunities to meet as many of four legged and two legged inhabitants of High Park, Bloor West, Parkdale and the Junction neighbourhoods. Toronto’s west end has so much to offer and we are proud to be part of it all.
Building and maintaining excellent relationships, supporting local charitable causes and participating in community events is as important to us as the medical and service work we do every day at Roncy Village Veterinary Clinic.
Dr. Mark Kinghorn writes a monthly pet care column for SNAP magazine, is a frequent guest on CP24’s Animal Housecalls with Ann Rohmer, and has been the onsite veterinarian for many past community and city events. Our team also offer their services to the Toronto Humane Society to spay and neuter feral cats as part of their ongoing Trap, Neuter, Release Program.
Our clinic is also a proud supporter of the Farley Foundation – an Ontario Veterinary Medical Association charity that helps low income seniors, women at risk and the homeless obtain care and services for their pets.
Roncy Village Veterinary Clinic is proud to be keeping up with the growing social media scene with our Facebook and Twitter pages, kept up to date by our on-site social media coordinator! We use our facebook (Roncy Village Vet Clinic) and twitter (@RoncyVet) pages to update the community on events we participate in or medical issues such as environment hazards and food recalls… You can also find a funny picture to laugh at once and a while! We hold pet photo contests open to our followers, with first prize being the star as our cover photo on Facebook!
- Supporting Local Rescue Groups
- Community Veterinary Outreach
- Northern Dogs Spay-Neuter Expeditions
- Kitten Adoption Program