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  • Jan 13 2021

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    Why Dog Grooming Is so Important in Winter

    Why Dog Grooming Is so Important in Winter Dog grooming isn’t just a “hot weather thing.” In fact, dog grooming during the winter months is just as important for the…

  • Jan 06 2021

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    Guide to Vaccinations

    Vaccination and Your Cat Although core vaccines are recommended for all healthy cats, your veterinarian can assist you with selection of vaccines for your cats based on their unique set…

  • Dec 30 2020

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    Holiday Hours

    We wish you all a very Merry Christmas season! Though this year has brought a host of new challenges, we hope that you are safe, and warm this holiday season. …

  • Dec 16 2020

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    Roundworms: What Are They and Why They Are a Winter Risk For Your Dog

    Roundworms are the most common intestinal parasite impacting companion dogs across the country, even dogs who are well cared for and receive regular veterinary care. They live in a dog’s…

  • Dec 09 2020

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    Cataracts in Dogs and Cats

    Cataracts in Dogs: Everything You Need to Know A dog’s nose often guides his actions and movements, but his eyes are just as important. Maintaining dog eye health is critical…

  • Dec 02 2020

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    Is Mealtime Causing Issues?

    To address any concerns, veterinary clinics are NOT restricted to urgent care only under Ontario’s new color-coded system, which specifies lockdown conditions under the color designation grey. The misinformation resulted…

  • Nov 25 2020

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    7 Dangerous Myths About Dogs And Winter That We Need To Bust

    As we finish up our Thanksgiving leftovers and plunge deeper into the cold, dry months of winter, we have to remember to take extra care for our best furry friends….

  • Nov 19 2020

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    Fractures and your Pets

    6 Common Puppy Fractures Puppies love to play, and we love to play with them. While playtime is very important for growing puppies, the level of play and exercise should be appropriate for…

  • Nov 11 2020

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    Cat Vomiting: Types, Causes and Treatments, And A Look At Common Cancers

    Cat Vomiting: Types, Causes and Treatments If you have cats, you’ve probably seen one of them throw up at one time or another. It is common for cats to vomit, but…

  • Nov 05 2020

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    Dog Allergy Testing: Blood vs. Skin, What Are the Pros and Cons?

    When presented with a patient that has a history of seasonally inflamed, itchy skin that responds poorly to maintenance medication, most veterinarians immediately begin to suspect allergies. After ruling out...