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Summer is finally here! We wanted to reach out with a few reminders and share some information about our services
Heartworm is a blood parasite that poses severe health risks to pets in Ontario. Heartworms live in the heart and the blood vessels that supply the lungs.
Obesity often is a sensitive subject, but your veterinarian wants the healthiest, happiest life possible for your pet and is well-equipped to help them shed those extra pounds.
Here are some tips on how to brush your pet’s teeth to keep their smile at its best.
Did you know your home contains every day items that are toxic to pets? Check out this infographic for the most common toxins within your home.
Telehealth includes any use of technology to remotely receive healthcare information or services for your pet. It might involve video chats, apps or other options.
Not all pet dental products are created equal, and some can even damage your pet’s teeth or worse. Here are some common products and the possible problems they can cause.
Are You Traveling Abroad with Your Pet? You may require a certificate! This is for information purposes only. Planning an export? Get in touch with the Animal Health Offices.
September is Natural Disaster Preparedness Month, so we, as responsible pet owners, should all prepare for emergencies that could affect our pets’ well-being ahead of time.
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