Offering Canine Rehabilitation Services

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Offering Veterinary Physical Rehabilitation and Palliative Care in Your Home

Caledon-Vaughan Veterinary House Call Services is proud to serve Bolton, Kleinburg, Woodbridge, Nobleton, King City and the surrounding areas. As a mobile practice, we work with your veterinarian through referrals to assist your pet in your own home. Dr. Janet Henderson provides rehabilitation and palliative care services for your pet in your home.


If you would like to ask a question call/text 416-894-3871 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. We will work with you to find a convenient appointment time for you to book an appointment.

At Caledon-Vaughan Veterinary House Call Services, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Janet Henderson
Bolton Veterinarian | Caledon-Vaughan Veterinary House Call Services | 416-894-3871

PO Box-75039 405 Queen Street S.
Bolton, ON L7E 2B0

Palliative Care

In veterinary medicine, the goal is not to extend life without also improving the quality of life. Palliative care plays an important role in ensuring that quality of life is maximized.

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  • "Janet and her assistant were patient, great with my dogs and provided fantastic in-home care. Would highly recommend!"
    Mich V.
  • "Just had my first visit with my sick cat, Oreo. Dr. Henderson is wonderful. It is great to have an option to reduce the anxiety a vet visit has on Oreo, not to mention the stress on the owner. I highly recommend this service to everyone!"
    Jill B.

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