one vet for you and your pet.
A recent survey of Ontario pet owners revealed the 85% of pet owners would prefer to see the same veterinarian for every visit. At Wilmot Veterinary Clinic, Dr. Lofsky will be the only veterinarian for your pet.
1) Payment is required directly after treatment. We accept Visa, MasterCard Debit and Cash. We do not accept cheques.
2)Wilmot Veterinary Clinic offers low-income individuals and families $25 rabies vaccines and $25 Microchipping. Visit our blog to see if you qualify.
3) We do not offer payment plans but financing is available through a third-party financing company. To apply for financing please click here.
4)The Farley Foundation assists those who are struggling financially to pay for veterinary care for their pets. Pet owners who cannot afford medical care for their sick or injured pet, and who fall into one of the categories listed, are encouraged to talk to us about the availability of Farley Foundation funding: Seniors receiving the Federal Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS). Disabled individuals receiving the Ontario Disability Support Payment (ODSP) or the Canada Pension Plan Disability Payment (CPP Disability). Individuals receiving assistance through the Ontario Works Program. Persons with an annual income of less than $25,000. Supportive housing for seniors, retirement homes or long-term care facilities with live-in pets. Women at risk of abuse who are entering a registered Ontario women’s shelter and who are participating in OVMA’s SafePet Program. Additionally, the is a temporary program called Pets to Vets initiative which will enable 1,000 low-income (as listed) pet owners to establish a VCPR by subsidizing the cost of an initial examination and any necessary core vaccines
5)Consider OVMA pet insurance because having pet insurance is the best way to plan for unexpected pet accidents or illnesses.
Wilmot Veterinary Clinic is a member of the following Veterinary Associations:
Golden Triangle Veterinary Academy
The Golden Triangle Veterinary Academy (GTVA) is a not-for-profit organization that provides continuing education for veterinarians in the Golden Triangle region (South-Western Ontario). Dr. Lofsky regularly attends lectures dealing with the most recent updates in veterinary medicine and surgery.
American Association of Feline Practitioners
The American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) improves the health and welfare of cats by supporting high standards of practice, continuing education, and scientific investigation. As a member, Dr. Lofsky also receives the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery which deals with latest research and position statements in feline medicine.
Ontario Veterinary Medical Association
The Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA) represents more than 3,000 Ontario veterinarians in private practice, government, academia, industry and public service. Its mandate includes the provision of economic research, continuing education and professional development, increasing public awareness, government relations, and member services. Dr. Lofsky serves as a volunteer on the OVMA Board of Directors. As a Director on the OVMA Board, Dr. Lofsky regularly attends meetings involved with the betterment of animal health and welfare and the protection of human health by advancing and promoting excellence in the veterinary profession in Ontario.
Canadian Veterinary Medical Association
The Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) is the national and international voice for Canada’s veterinarians, providing leadership and advocacy for veterinary medicine. As a member Dr. Lofsky also receives the Canadian Veterinary Journal which deals with the current issues and veterinary research affecting the Canadian veterinary community.