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Cats have high standards and exacting preferences when it comes to hygiene. That’s why it is so important to choose the right litter for your feline friend.
Are you inadvertently bothering your feline friend? Some are staring, over-petting, poor litter box placement and lazy cleaning, and more.
We have people ask us on several occasions; my dog is a bit sore, can I give him/her some Tylenol or Advil? The answer is NO.
With the legalization of marijuana, there are increased incidents of marijuana ingestion and toxicity seen in pets. Find out what you need to do.
Rabbits are high-maintenance lagomorphs, needing special care, diet, and dental health. They live up to 10 years, have unique vision, and are active at dawn & dusk.
Ear mite infection is one of the most common causes of ear scratching for dogs and cats. The mite responsible for this is named Otodectes cynotis
We encourage all pet owners to have a plan in case of an emergency. Have available the number and location of your nearest 24-hour care facility.
So why must animals get anesthesia for a dental cleaning? Why can’t a veterinarian reach into the mouth and scrape the teeth much like the dentist does to us?
Oral tumours in cats are generally about 80% malignant; malignant meaning that it may invade the surrounding tissues and spread throughout the body, such as cancer.
Nerve blocks are a component of a high-quality dentistry service in small-animal practice and contribute to maximizing the safety of the anesthetic event.
Rawhide is the skin of an animal that has been cleaned, stretched and dried, it is solid and inflexible when it has been dried, but it is readily softened by moisture.
There are some important reasons why our veterinary team recommends dental cleanings when they examine certain pets’ mouths.
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