Dogs. They are furry family members and play a very important role in our lives. They have a huge positive impact on us. Having a canine companion can provide psychological and physical health benefits. They get us outside for walks, teach children the importance of responsibility and show us their unconditional love each and every […]
Easter is a time for family gatherings, but it is worth noting that an extra ounce of caution could help you avoid spending the holiday at your local veterinary emergency hospital instead of with the family. EASTER LILIES – Beautiful to look at, but lethal for your cat – All parts are toxic (even the […]
Finding ticks has become a common occurrence here in the Ottawa area in recent years and has increased the chance of contracting tick-borne diseases. We cannot eliminate the risk of ever having a tick on our pet but we can do several things to reduce that risk. The most common tick we see here in […]
For our pet birds we often provide all of the factors that in the wild would signal to them that it is time to reproduce – an abundant food supply, long daylight hours, someone or something to mate with, and a safe nesting site. 1. TOO MANY CALORIES Diets that are high in fat (for […]
We participated last year and had so much fun we decided to join again. This year we will have a Cupcake party directly at the clinic where we will have delicious goodies prepared by our great team which can be enjoyed in return of a small donation. We will have gluten free and vegan cupcakes […]
Spaying and neutering your pet rabbit is as important as having your cat or dog spayed or neutered. Rabbits can normally have surgery once they have reached 4-6 months of age. This may depend on the breed of rabbit and its size. An examination is required by one of our veterinarians prior to surgery where […]
There are millions of homeless pets out there that will never know the love and compassion of an owner. Adopt a shelter pet!
Exercise keeps pets healthy and happy! An active pet is less likely to be obese and develop health issues.
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