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It’s the holiday season and perhaps you are looking to spoil your pet a little bit? Here is a handy guide on some options for your pet this December!
It can be confusing and a little scary when you find wildlife babies. As animal lovers we want to do what is best for them while keeping ourselves and our pets safe.
This Earth Day, we thought we would share some tips that our staff members use to help reduce their pet’s footprint!
Euthanasia, death and the difficult decisions that surround that final act are an inevitable part of sharing your life with a pet.
As is the case for humans, good oral health is incredibly important for the well-being and overall health of dogs and cats – not just for their teeth!
You may have seen nonanesthetic dental cleanings advertised at pet stores and online. We are going to tell you why you must avoid them.
For some pets, coming into a vet clinic can cause varying levels of stress, ranging from minor anxiety to full blown panic.
Overweight and obese pets have an increased risk of illnesses and shortened life expectancy. Losing weight and getting into shape can add years to your pet’s life!
We all know accidents happen but there are simple precautions that can help. Here are the top ten holiday hazards to prevent.
Pets showing significant personality changes likely happen because of medical conditions, and not simply because of aging.
A vet’s job is just not possible without RVTs, and everyone can see the profound impact they have on patients and pet parents.
The Canadian charity Farley Foundation helps low-income pet owners pay for their pets non-elective/emergency veterinary care.
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