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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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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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The Details are in the Eyebrows

Some of the best conversations I have in a day are with my pets. I know this sounds funny and I realize that, for the most part, I’m probably just talking to myself but if this is the case then I am one of the most interesting conversationalists I’ve ever met. The truth is I […]

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To Pee or Not To Pee

Well, the real “New Year” has begun and it’s time to talk about resolutions. A very common resolution for our pets may just be “this year I will not pee in the house!” I thought we might look at what peeing in the house means and when to be worried; it is an important issue […]

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Brushing Your Dog's Teeth

One of our RVTs Emily and her fur baby Archie show us how to properly take care of your pet's teeth!

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