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Mobile
Arthroscopy

Dr. Gillick has a special interest in orthopedics. A unique aspect of his mobile practice is the ability to offer arthroscopic procedures in your hospital.

for
Pet Owners

Making the decision to have surgery on your pet is a stressful time.  Dr. Gillick founded Fuzzypaws Mobile Surgery (FMS) to make that experience easier on you and your pet. 

for
Veterinarians

Fuzzypaws Mobile Surgery is here to help you provide the highest quality care for your patients while helping your hospital increase the level of service offered to your clients.

Services
Offered

Dr. Gillick is available for most orthopedic cases (TPLO, MPL, FHO) as well as many soft tissue procedures

 
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OPENED OCT 2020

My Approach

My mission is to provide advanced veterinary surgical care with the highest ethics, compassion and skill, without having patients or their owners leave the comfort and trust of their family veterinary practice.

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About
Dr. Gillick

In addition to his gruelling 3 year surgical residency training, Dr. Gillick also has advanced training in various procedures including TPLO, Arthrex TightRope, TATE (total elbow replacement), Kyon Cementless Total Hip Replacement and Arthrex CUE (partial elbow replacement). He is also currently a paid consultant for Arthrex instructing cruciate repair techniques to general practice veterinarians.

Fuzzypaws Mobile Surgery

Welcome to Fuzzypaws Mobile Surgery. Dr. Mitchell Gillick is pleased to offer referral mobile surgical services to veterinary hospitals throughout the GTA.

 

Serving Central, West, East and North GTA including Thornhill, Markham, Mississauga, Oakville, Vaughan, Scarborough, Oshawa, Pickering, Peterborough. Including Bradford, Barrie, Orillia, Oro-Medonte, Huntsville and Muskoka.

Please do not hesitate to contact us about our availability if you are outside of this area.

About Me

Pet Owners

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Dr. Gillick's interest, focus and sole area of practice has been small animal surgery
since 2003
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