The weather is warming and the ticks are swarming. It’s time to get your dog on their tick preventive.
The holidays are getting closer, and like everything else this year, keeping your pet safe and healthy will take a little more planning than usual.
We’re bringing our full team back together so that we can resume normal hours and make more appointments available. However, adjusting the shifts will require us to have slightly reduced hours next week only. Going forward we will be operating at our normal pre-pandemic hours.
As we inch back to a new normal in Toronto, we are expanding our hours to be closer to our normal operating times, as well as re-starting 4DX testing on Saturdays.
We can resume our full range of services, including Annual Visits, but there are still many constraints and procedures to keep you and our team safe.
If you walk your dog in Toronto parks or ravines or take them up north to the cottage, don’t forget that Ticks are a serious health risk for you and your pets.
It’s that time of year. With sustained temperatures above 3 degrees Celcius, ticks are active and hungry. We have already seen several attached ticks on pets.
In light of the current situation and due to the concerns around the spread of COVID-19, we want to update you on the measures we are taking in response to this unprecedented crisis.
Part 2 of our series of posts to help you through the process of adding a new dog to your home.
Pet Dental Month starts now! Get Complimentary Dental X-Rays with your cleaning or treatment and some other great dental bonuses for you and your pet from now until February 28th.
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.