• Nov 14 2022

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    Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome (aka Doggy Dementia)

    Is your dog acting differently or showing signs of “getting old and forgetful”? If so, they may have doggy dementia, more accurately known as cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS). This degenerative…

  • Nov 07 2022

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    The Big “C”: Things to Know About Cancer in Pets

    The thought of cancer strikes fear into the heart of many pet owners. Statistics show that about 20% to 25% of dogs and cats will develop cancer during their lives,…

  • Oct 31 2022

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    High-Fat Table Scraps: A Real Risk for Pancreatitis

    We adore our pets and want to share everything with them. At mealtimes, this might include scraps off our dinner plates. But it comes with risks. High-fat table scraps, like…

  • Oct 17 2022

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    Emergencies Happen: Microchipping and Pet Insurance Can Make All The Difference

    We veterinary teams love to talk about prevention: parasite prevention, obesity prevention, dental disease prevention…the list goes on. And emergency prevention, like when your pet gets lost or accidently hurt,…

  • Oct 11 2022

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    Is Your Cat Stressed? We Can Help!

    Cats have pretty good lives. They lie around the house, have their meals delivered to them and their messes picked up for them—what could be better? In fact, there are…

  • Oct 03 2022

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    Velcro dogs – a Pandemic Problem?

    The demand for new puppies and dogs exploded during the COVID pandemic with one report showing 10% of Canada’s population (3.7 million people) brought a new pet into their home! …

  • Sep 26 2022

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    Healthy Diet, Healthy Weight, Healthy Pets

    Obesity is the most significant pet disease globally! With studies proving pets that maintain a healthy weight will enjoy a longer life, weight maintenance is an important part of regular…

  • Sep 19 2022

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    Travelling with your Dog

    Have dog, will travel…or will he? Your vacation is booked and you’re packing your bags. The big question is, are you prepared to travel with your dog? Some vacations are…

  • Sep 12 2022

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    Leptospirosis: What’s in that Puddle?

    Owners of mud-puppies beware! There’s more than just dirt hiding in those puddles. More specifically bacteria, like the ones that cause leptospirosis, are an invisible threat that all dog owners…

  • 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…