REPAIR SERVICE FOR FABRIC TOYS
Emergencies, eye surgery, detergent overdose, dryer burn, big brother "accidents" or the ravages of time, our team of professionals use their human touch to heal your loved one.
ALL BRANDS WELCOME
Cloth toys of all brands and ages can be cured in the hospital. Please note that we can work miracles, but we will never be able to bring back your childhood memories.
Unfortunately we do not repair mechanisms, real fur stuffed animals, porcelain dolls or plastic toys.
THE MIRACLE WORKERS
Dominique and Annie, our surgeons, will take great care of your little patient. Our hospital has 9 beds where each patient is comfortably installed with a mini-baby-owl. You can leave with a courtesy plushy to wait during the operation if you wish.
THANK YOU FOR MAKING AN APPOINTMENT
By filling the admission form you will receive an estimate as well as a link to reserve a bed.
Depending on the number of beds occupied and the traffic, you could wait 1 to 4 weeks to get an appointment. Expect to leave the patient in the hospital for 2-7 nights for us to complete their operation
For an emergency, talk to us. You must still have completed the form.
Drama in sight if the toy is not back for the night? Don't panic, select the option "opération le jour même" when your filling out the admission form.
If you live far from our hospital, after approval of the diagnosis you can send the injured toy to us by post.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Step 1 - Fill the admission form.
Step 2 - Reception of a confirmation email.
Step 3 - Make an appointment by following the link in the email.
Step 4 - Patient drop-off on the agreed day. Or sending the patient by mail.
Step 5 - Patience and trust. Operation under general anesthesia.
Step 6 - Patient in recovery room. Receipt of the final invoice.
Step 7 - Settlement of the bill for patients traveling by post.
Step 8 - Patient recovery during our opening hours and payment. Or wait quietly by the mailbox.
Step 9 - Convalescence and care at home.
THANK YOU FOR LETTING OUR PATIENTS REST.
«If the parent wants to change the stuffing completely when the kid preferes it flat, that's the one I'm listening to. He's his friend, after all. »
Le Devoir, 25 juillet 2014
Putting back stuffing, mending a seam, stitching up a new eye or replacing a lost leg, almost anything is possible. « What our grand mothers use to do, we now do.»
La Presse, 14 décembre 2015