Social distancing should include your pets. If your pet has been in contact with anyone with COVID-19, be it in your home or out and about, and needs to come into the hospital you must inform us when we arrange the appointment.
From start to finish, Willow and Leo were a delight, and we just had to share some pictures.
Thinking about adding a new dog to your household can be exciting, but overwhelming too! We’ve put together a series of posts to help you through the process. This first post walks you through some of the factors about yourself and your household that you should ask yourself before you even begin your search.
The FDA has recently released a third report on the emerging epidemic of canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM), and it’s potential link to a number of “grain-free” dog foods.
Spring is here, and likely you and your pets are becoming more active outside. It’s a great time to talk about microchipping your pet.
Spring is here. The parasites that seek out your pets are waking up and questing for food in the form of your pet’s blood. Now is the time to test and protect your pets from the dangers of ticks and the diseases they carry.
Good dental health is one of the keystones of good overall health for your pet. To help you figure out if your pet needs dental care, we’ve put together seven questions to ask yourself about your pet’s mouth and behavior.
In Canada’s pet wellness report, Canadian veterinarians identified weight management as the #1 thing owners can do to increase the length of their pet’s life. We want you to be able to pick up on signs that your pet is overweight so that we can tackle it before it gets out of control and starts to have impacts on your dog’s health.
Thinking of giving a puppy or kitten as a holiday present? You might want to think twice!
Like any baby or small child, kittens and puppies are extremely curious and will want to investigate everything! This means chewing, eating, licking, and knocking over anything they can get their little paws on!
Are Marijuana products safe for my dog or cat? In short, the answer is No.
Corn itself won’t hurt your dog, but corn cobs are extremely hazardous. Every summer we treat seriously ill dogs who have eaten corn cobs.