At the end of every year, most people have a list of resolutions for the year to come. Have you ever thought about making a list for your pet? Outlined below are five resolutions for your pet you may want to consider for 2020! Weight Management Increase the...
Has your pet recently been diagnosed with diabetes or are you just curious about diabetes in pets? November is National Pet Diabetes Month which makes it the perfect time to educate our clients about daily life with a diabetic pet. What is Diabetes? Diabetes mellitus...
Outlined below are some common plants your pet may come in contact with during the fall season. Autumn crocus Autumn crocus, otherwise known as Meadow Saffron, is toxic to both cats and dogs. Signs of ingestion may include bloody vomiting, diarrhea and shock....
Vaccinating your pet has long been considered one of the easiest ways to help them live a long, healthy life. Vaccination is performed along with an annual examination by one of our licensed veterinarians. Vaccination is a procedure that has risks and benefits that...
Echinococcus multilocularis is a tapeworm which, until recently, has not been present in Ontario. The tapeworm’s definitive (i.e. ideal) host is a fox or coyote but, they can also infect domestic dogs. In a recent study from the University of Guelph, researchers found...
If your pet’s veterinarian has identified dental disease in a prior examination or problematic teeth during their dental examination under general anesthesia, they may request radiographs be taken to help better assess your pet’s oral health. A technician will take...
Heartworm disease is a serious, progressive disease caused by parasitic worms in the heart, lungs and large blood vessels. Heartworm is atypical in cats and it is difficult to diagnose due to limited amounts of adult worms. Dogs are the natural and preferred hosts of...
Roundworms are one of the most common intestinal parasites of cats and dogs. They are parasites that reside in the small intestine and are contagious through contact with infected feces. Life Cycle Eggs are passed through the feces of a dog or cat with roundworm. The...
Dental surgeries make up a large component of our everyday procedures here at Close Veterinary Clinic. Did you know that dental disease is the most common infectious disease in Canada? Approximately 85% of pets over one year of age show signs of dental...
Ticks and fleas are a growing concern in Southern Ontario. With owners traveling to warmer climates with their pets and the changing migration habits of tick laden wildlife, we are seeing increased numbers of these pests. Ticks and fleas are both classified as...
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