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  • Jun 09 2021

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    Pet Allergies

    Does Your Pet Have Allergies? If you have an itchy, scratching dog or cat and think your pet could have allergies, you might be right. Dogs and cats can suffer…

  • Jun 02 2021

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    Fleas: More Than Just Irritating Pests

    Have you ever encountered fleas? If you haven’t, count yourself lucky. A flea infestation is something you definitely don’t want in your home or on your pet. Fleas can remain…

  • Jun 02 2021

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    Heartworm Disease: A Risk in London and River Bend

    As the weather in Ontario starts to warm up, we want to take this time to remind you about the importance of keeping your pet protected against heartworm disease. Heartworms…

  • Apr 29 2021

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    Tick-Transmitted Diseases: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Pet

    Ticks pose a risk to pets and people in London, River Bend, and throughout Ontario. These parasites are scary because they do more than just feed on blood: They can…

  • Apr 29 2021

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    Obesity Awareness: Being Overweight Can Hurt Your Pet

    Images of chubby kitties and roly-poly pups may seem cute, not concerning, but overweight pets are a serious matter. Even just a few extra pounds or kilograms can unfortunately cause…

  • Mar 05 2021

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    Diabetes in Pets: Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, and More

    A disease of the pancreas, diabetes mellitus occurs when this small but vital organ near the stomach stops producing insulin, doesn’t produce it well, or doesn’t produce enough of it…

  • Feb 09 2021

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    Dental Health

    Pet Dental Health: Dogs and Cats Need Dental Care Too! This February, celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month with us by learning how to take care of your pet’s teeth….

  • Jan 26 2021

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    Arthritis in Dogs and Cats May Get Worse in Winter

    Osteoarthritis (OA) is a painful, degenerative disease that causes inflammation in the joints, reduces pets’ ability to move or move easily, and lowers their quality of life. OA cannot be…

  • Jan 26 2021

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    Dogs and Cats Can Get Frostbite Too!

    With their thick fur or long hair, some pets may seem like they’d have no trouble tolerating cold winter weather. But cats and dogs (even breeds with heavy coats) shouldn’t…

  • Jan 04 2021

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    Regular Veterinary Visits Are Essential for Senior Pets

    As pets age, they tend to be at greater risk for certain diseases and health conditions, such as osteoarthritis, heart and kidney disease, and thyroid issues. That’s why regular wellness…