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January 2016

Bloor Animal Hospital Gives Back – Help us help Hope and Shelter bring a Syrian family to Canada

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From January 29 to the 31st Bloor Animal Hospital will be holding a “nail trim-a-thon” and bake sale to raise money for Hope and Shelter (  Hope and Shelter is a group of friends local to the Bloor West area, that are committed to making a difference for at least one Syrian family by providing sponsorship and resettlement support.

The group is working with Humanity First, a humanitarian relief organization that is helping Hope and Shelter to sponsor and help resettle the family.  They are in the process of being matched with a refugee family that is set to arrive in March.  Once matched, they are responsible for arranging funds, setting up housing and basic support over the family’s first twelve months in Canada.  Their goal is to raise $30,000 to cover these expenses.  At this time, they are over two thirds of the way to achieving their goal!

We are inspired by Hope and Shelter’s commitment to this cause and feel terribly for the many Syrians who have been forced from their homes and life they had known, and have been through the unimaginable.

In a remarkable addition to our efforts, a member of the  Halsall family foundation ( ) , heard about our involvement was moved. They have agreed to match all funds collected through our event!

Please come out with your furry family members and join us for our event help us make a difference.  We are asking for a minimum donation of $15 per nail trim, 100% of all proceeds will be donated to Hope and Shelter.  Appointments for nail trims can be made in advance at (416) 767-5817.

Hope to see you all there!

Welcome Dr. Erin Reid

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We would like to welcome Dr. Erin Reid to our team!

Erin graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2006, and completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery from 2006-2007.  Upon completion of her internship, she has worked at the Veterinary Emergency Clinic and Referral Centre in Toronto practicing emergency medicine.  Over the last 9 years, Erin has also worked as a locum veterinarian in several small animal practices.  Although she loves emergency medicine, and is comfortable handling any type of emergency and critical patient, she also enjoys  small animal practice and preventative medicine.  Erin and her husband have an 8 month old daughter, and three cats.  Over the years Erin has also been fortunate to have loved and cared for two of the most wonderful dogs.  She is very excited to be a part of the Bloor Animal Hospital team, and looks forward to taking care of your pet!