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  • Sep 17 2021

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    Bladder Stones in Pets

    Bladder Stones in Pets: Painful But Treatable Both dogs and cats can suffer from bladder stones, which are hard, rock-like formations of minerals that develop in the urinary bladder. Also…

  • Sep 17 2021

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    Foreign Objects Are Dangerous for Pets

    String, Yarn, and Other Linear Foreign Objects Are Dangerous for Pets Most dogs and cats enjoy chewing on or playing with long, thin objects like string, rope, or yarn. However,…

  • Aug 11 2021

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    How to Recognize and Prevent Heatstroke in Your Pet

    When it’s hot outside, our pets are at higher risk for heatstroke, which is a serious, potentially life-threatening condition. Even in London and River Bend, it gets hot enough during…

  • Aug 11 2021

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    Vaccinations: Why Your Pet Needs Regular Vaccines

    Vaccines help keep pets protected against serious, highly contagious, and life-threatening diseases. Certain vaccines are important for all dogs or cats, and your veterinarian may recommend other vaccines based on…

  • Aug 11 2021

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    Cruciate Ligament Injury in Dogs: What You Should Know

    Dogs can suffer from a very painful knee injury called cruciate ligament rupture. The condition often leads to osteoarthritis (OA). A cruciate ligament injury that isn’t treated may seem to…

  • Aug 11 2021

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    Top Summer Safety Tips for Pets Around London and River Bend

    As we all know, summer’s a great time to get outside and enjoy the warm weather with our pets, but we want to do it as safely as possible. Here…

  • 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…