Surprise charges? Not here. Because we take price transparency seriously, here's an update for you.
With current care costs changing, we've updated our standard Vet exam fees from $99 to $119, effective June 14, 2023.
With this change, we can continue to improve the Juno Veterinary experience you’ve come to know and love—both in the clinic and through 24/7 virtual care. Plus, we can keep giving our incredible care team the compensation they deserve.
Here’s a breakdown of our exam types and fees:
We know not every visit is routine. For those not-so-standard situations, we have various care options, whatever the need:
Sometimes an appointment just can’t wait. We offer same or next-day urgent appointments so your pet receives care as soon as they need it.
Virtual care consultations
Questions, concerns, not sure you need a visit? No need to book an appointment. Our Toronto-based virtual care team is available 24/7. You can give us a call or send us a text in the Juno app. If it’s a 2AM emergency or your dog’s poop is a weird colour, we’re here to help—day or night.
Remember, your membership fee includes one annual exam, with additional products and services billed as you go. No one should ever be surprised by a vet bill, so you’ll always know the total cost of your visit upfront. You can see a list of some of our most common services and their fees here.
If you ever have concerns about your pet, you can contact us any time, or our Virtual Care team day or night.
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