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How to Help Your Pet Have a Low Stress Veterinary Visit

I hated going to the doctor when I was a kid. Every year, our family doctor wanted blood work, and my sister and I would start screaming before either of us was touched (and while the other was getting the blood taken).

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How to Pill a Cat

Pilling your cat at home can be a daunting task if you have never done it before, and even in the hands of seasoned professionals! If you are lucky, treatment might be a short course of 7-10 days, but sometimes, you may need to medicate your cat for a longer time.

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Fireworks and Anxiety

As the excitement of Canada Day approaches, it is important to keep in mind how the noise of fireworks and celebrations might affect our furry friends. Dogs specifically can hear higher decibels and at four times the distance of humans. One can only imagine how this affects them during thunderstorms!

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Does Your Dog have Environmental Allergies?

The snow is beginning to melt, and spring is in the air! Just like humans, dogs can experience seasonal allergies to certain factors in the environment. These allergies can range in severity and almost always cause discomfort.

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It’s Not Just “Dog Breath”

In our pets, just like us, plaque is the film that sticks to teeth, and if not removed, hardens into tartar.

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Answers to Common Questions Related to Senior Pets

Are you the owner of a senior pet?

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