About Centennial Animal Hospital

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We are a full service, small animal hospital located in Fort Richmond, 2 minutes inside the South Perimeter, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. We have been serving South Winnipeg and the surrounding areas since 1970. Centennial Animal Hospital offers advanced veterinary care as well as medical, surgical and dental services. We provide the latest in technology from laser surgery to digital radiology. In 1986 we added professional grooming and pet boarding to our list of services. In 2003 we expanded our facilites and started offering doggie daycare and obedience training.

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October is Nutrition Month


 

One of the most commonly asked question a vet hears is “What should I feed my pet?. Feeding your dog or cat an appropriate amount of a well-balanced diet is vital to its overall health and well-being. In order to feed them accurately, you must first understand what nutritional requirements are needed during all stages of life.

As a species, dogs belong to the order Carnivora, although their intestinal tract and tooth structure have adapted to allow consumption of both plant and animal foods. Cats, on the other hand, are considered to be true carnivores, and have a digestive tract and metabolism adapted to consume only animal foods. They cannot survive on a vegetarian diet.

 

Although their feeding guidelines may differ, dogs and cats still require vitamins and minerals as part of a healthy, balanced diet. Like humans, it is very important to ensure proper levels of both, using caution that nothing is deficient or in excess. Such issues can lead to health problems, both short and long term.

Talk to your veterinarian regarding a proper diet that works for both you and your pet. Your health care professionals can advise which commercial prepackaged foods are ideal. If feeding a home or raw diet, be wary of ensuring your dog or cat is meeting all of his nutritional requirements, while also consuming the correct amount of vitamins and minerals.

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Address: 2747 Pembina Hwy, Winnipeg, MB
Telephone 1: 204.269.8162 (Hospital)
Telephone 2: 204.261.5928 (Boarding,
Grooming & Daycare) E-mail: info@centennialanimalhospital.com