• Compassionate Vet Care
    Exam & Consultation $49.50 + tax
    Exam + DHPP or FVRCP + Rabies 3 yr $79.50 plus tax
    Exam +FVRCP $59.50 + tax
    Exam + Rabies $69.50 + tax
    Heartworm Test $43.90 + tax
  • Exceptional Service
    Our full service veterinary hospital offers diagnostics, treatments, specialized care, surgery, internal medicine, oncology, cardiology, dentistry and pet emergencies.
  • Experienced Veterinarians
    Our vet specialists are qualified to provide advanced pet health services. Advanced medical equipment along with professional pet care standards ensures your pet's in safe loving hands.
  • February & September as Dental Months!
    We are celebrating dental month in February and September!
    We offer free dental assessments during this month and Free Dental X-Rays.
    Please call the clinic for additional discounts!
  • Heartworm Prevention
    Starting from April 1st
    Heartworm Test $43.90 + tax
  • Experts Healing Touch Plus Lots of Love
    Our experienced vets offer advanced medical care with a thoroughly professional approach and compassion.

Welcome to Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Scarborough ON

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Pet Emergency? Call us right away at +1 416-291-7387!

Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital is a well-established animal clinic in Scarborough serving the pet owners with compassionate veterinary care and treatment. Our veterinarians in Scarborough offer a multitude of pet health services including preventive care, dental and surgical solutions aimed at improving the quality of your pet’s life. Whether it’s a routine check-up or a surgery, we ensure your pet receives the love and care it deserves. Our local vets are dedicated to your adorable pet’s overall well being and happiness by providing them with routine vaccinations and physical examinations.

At Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

We Care About Your Pet’s Health!

At Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital, we strive to deliver effective and reliable pet health care services. Our compassion drives us to offer Scarborough’s primary vet care services including surgery, critical care, emergency and more. Ours is one of the trusted pet hospitals in Scarborough, Ontario.

Our Scarborough Vet clinic is easily accessible from Highway 401. We offer per emergency services with quick response times. In-house vet pharmacy plus access to qualified vets make our facility a comprehensive pet health center.

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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Parminder Kauldhar
    DVM

    I graduated from College of Veterinary Medicine in India in 1994 and since then worked as a Veterinary Officer with a special interest in small animal surgery, preventive medicine and dermatology. I love animals and enjoy talking to people about their pets. Practice of veterinary medicine is my passion and surgery is an art to me.

  • Dr.
    Mandeep Chaudhary

    Dr. Mandeep Chaudhary graduated from faculty of Veterinary Medicine in India in 1997 with honors. He then completed his Masters in Veterinary Surgery and Radiology in 1999 with honors. He started his career as veterinary officer with the state government before joining the Department of Surgery and Radiology, Ludhiana as Assistant professor.

  • Dr.
    Priyanka Mensinkai

    Dr. Priyanka Mensinkai is our newest recruit ! She graduated from Queen’s University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and then went on to complete her Veterinary degree from the University of Glasgow in 2015.Dr. Mensinkai first fell in love with animals when her parents welcomed their handsome retriever, Kili (named after Mt.Kilimanjaro), into the family. 

  • Emmalyn

    Emmalyn is our registered veterinary technician and has worked with us since 2014. Prior to joining our team, she spent some time working with wildlife at the TWC as well as avian and exotics at the OVC. She has a passion for anesthesia and pain management and wishes to continue her education in this field.

  • Holly
    Manager

    When Holly was 14 she decided that she wanted to work with animals because she has always loved them and then started to work towards that goal. Holly graduated Sheridan College in 2007 for the Animal Care program and loved it. Holly joined our team in September of 2014 as a vet assistant, then took 1 year off to have her second child in 2016 and has been back since March 2017.

  • Grazyna

    Ever since Grazyna was a little girl she always felt very special bond with animals. Following her heart and dreams, Grazyna graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in Poland. After her graduation she moved to Canada. In 2014 she joined Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital as a part time staff member while working on obtaining her Canadian Veterinary License.

  • Mary Aldana

    Her love for animals started when she was a kid as she had pets most of her lifetime. It all became clear for her when she volunteered at a Sea Turtle Conservation Program in Mexico for 6 months in 2014 while she was finishing a Bachelor Degree in Fashion Design. She knew then that her real passion was working with animals. 

  • Bronte

    Like many others, Bronte felt an attachment to animals at a young age.While finishing her degree in Environmental Biology, she decided to pursue veterinary medicine. From there she volunteered at various clinics and non-profit animal organizations to gain more experience and knowledge. While at home, she is accompanied by her three pets; Terri, Alpha and Burberry.

  • Amandeep

    Since her childhood, Aman always saw her uncle helping furry friends. This is how she gained a passion that encouraged her to study animal sciences. She graduated in India from College Of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. Afterwards, she moved to Canada in search of more opportunities to help animals.

  • Kirsten

    Ever since she was a little girl, she has always loved animals. Her passionfor animals has grown over the years as she owned a multitude of differentanimals. For the better part of the last decade, she has followed adifferent passion in hairstyling but she has followed her heart back toanimals and she is loving it! We are so happy to have her on our team!

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Very kind, patient, and understanding staff. I appreciate how they always follow up with a phone call after our visits. Very happy we found this place!"
    Holly T.
  • "The vets are v. knowledgeable and kind; the support staff are great too. They did a great job on our dog's dental surgery and he made a full and prompt recovery :)"
    Alice G.
  • "great vets and staff so glad i found this place even follow up a few days later to see how my guys doing would not go anywhere else"
    Mike M.

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Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed