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Travelling with our animals can be a stressful time if thought and care is not placed into making it a positive experience.
Approximately 33% of the canine population is made up of senior dogs. Better nutrition and improvement to health care have contributed to this.
As pet owners, it can be very easy for us to neglect dental care in our cats and dogs. They are animals, after all. Don’t animals all have yucky mouths?
When referring to the employees of a small animal veterinary clinic, there are a lot of acronyms involved. The staff is made up of ACAs, RVTs, CCRs, and DVMs.
Two factors, in particular, make it considerably difficult for us to recognize when our pets are in pain.
It must be one of the most common questions we receive from pet parents! The short answer is yes! But why is it so important?
Lyme disease is caused by a bacterium; Borrelia burgdorferi; transmitted by ticks that are commonly found on wild deer and rodents.
Kennel cough is a general term used to describe a condition characterized by the major clinical sign – coughing.
Most commonly affecting our canine patients, heartworm is a parasite that is carried from mosquitos. However, cats are not the definitive host, find out more.
Fleas can happen any time of year, but why does it seem we notice it more in the warmer weather?
Among cat owners, one of the most common behavioural complaints is regarding house soiling or inappropriate elimination.
THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) is a cannabinoid with strong psychoactive effects in both humans and animals and can be highly toxic to our pets.
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