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It can’t be stated enough, determining when our pets are close to the end of their lives is the most difficult decision a pet owner ever has to make.
When you add a new member to your family, there is always a lot of preparation: new dishes, toys, leashes, and pet food, just to name a few!
Pain is extremely subjective, and can be very difficult to measure. Also, cats always try to hide any evidence of pain, since they could be a target for predators!
Salts dissolve the surface of melted snow and ice and help keep us safer from slips and falls, but contact with paw pads can be dangerous to your pet.
A world of choices! Which are the best toys for my pet? There are several factors we must take into account to make sure your dog or cat doesn’t eat their toy.
The most common disease in pets is not cancer or diabetes, it is obesity. An animal with ideal weight should have an hourglass figure when observed from above.
We would like to address this serious disease to increase its awareness as well as clear up some potential misconceptions or misinformation.
Many people may have heard about “The Yellow Dog Project”, a global movement for owners of dogs that need space.
Ever thought about what it would feel like to have worms? Most of our dogs or cats could tell us, since these parasites are extremely common especially in puppies or kittens.
Every year we see a few patients for overheating causing ‘heat stroke’. Heat stroke can quickly lead to protein damage in the body, which can have fatal repercussions.
Your pet’s safety is of our utmost importance, dogs need the same amount of training as kids do, if they are exposed to a pool.
As part of our summer safety series, we are going to discuss camping with your furry best friends, and how to keep them safe.
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