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...
With the start of January around the corner, people often use the New Year as a time to begin their weight loss journey. It’s not too late to start your pet’s weight loss journey as well. When you look at your pet from above, do you see an “hourglass” shape? Can you...
Christmas / Holiday Season Decorations Tinsel & ribbon – While they may seem like a fun object to play with for your pet, they have the potential to act as a foreign body. They may get stuck in their gastrointestinal tract and cause tissue damage that requires...
Scratching Posts Scratching is an innate behavior that allows cats to remove excess material from their claws as well as mark their territory. Scratching posts will divert your cat’s attention away from your furniture and to an area that is their own. Scratching posts...
As summer wraps up, along with its allergies and high troublesome temperatures, fall takes over with its own hazards and concerns. When people think of fall, the first thing that comes to mind is usually Thanksgiving and Halloween. While these are times to celebrate...
While the words may sound scary, intestinal parasites are a fairly common and completely treatable occurrence in both cats and dogs. There are several different types of intestinal parasites, and knowing what to do if your dog or cat contracts one is important for...
Arthritis is a relatively common, but painful, disease that can impact your dog or cat as they age. Identifying whether your pet has arthritis is essential to ensuring that they receive proper medical treatment and stay as comfortable as possible for the remainder of...
As pet owners, we want to do everything we can to protect our beloved four-legged family members. That’s why staying up-to-date with regular vaccinations is an essential part of your pet’s healthcare. SHOULD I VACCINATE MY PET? Many pet owners ask themselves if they...
As a dog owner, you want to do everything you can to make sure your beloved canine lives a long, healthy and happy life. In addition to regular vaccinations and visits to the vet, dental health is an important part of keeping your dog healthy. Without proper dental...
As pet owners, it’s important to be aware of and educated about all of the possible illnesses and diseases that could affect your pet. If you have a cat, you’ve likely heard about ringworm – but this disease is one of the most misunderstood. WHAT IS RINGWORM? Because...
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