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Animal Hospital information Travelling with your Pet

Travelling with pets during holidays   Are you going somewhere fun with your furry friends this holiday season? Here is some information from veterinarians to ensure both you and your pets have a safe and enjoyable trip. Planning and preparation

Welcome Dr. Donia Eino to our Animal Hospital

Dr. Eino graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College in 2003 and has enjoyed practicing small animal veterinary medicine at animal hospitals throughout the GTA ever since. Dr. Eino enjoys the many privileges practicing veterinary medicine affords, including cuddling with new

Animal Hospital information on Heartworm, Ticks and Fleas

 Animal Hospital Heartworm and Ticks and Fleas, Oh my! Disease prevention Along with the warmer weather come some of our spring health concerns. Among these are Heartworm disease, Fleas and Lyme disease from Ticks Heartworm   is a blood parasite that is

Animal Hospital News. Pets and Heat Stroke

Animal Hospital information on Protecting Your Pet from Heat Stroke During the summer months it is important to remember that dogs and cats have a limited ability to deal with the heat. These animals are very easily overwhelmed by heat,

Vet Clinics Heartworm information

Heartworm Disease What is Heartworm Disease? Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease that affects dogs and cats in a number of countries. Dogs tend to be primary hosts, however, cats that are travelling to high-risk areas have

Senior Pet Care -Animal Hospitals

Senior Pet Care Preventative care and screening in your pet’s senior years are extremely crucial for maintaining their health. In recent years the veterinary profession have made huge advancements in the knowledge and understanding of the problems facing older pets

Rabies Outbreak – vet clinic

Rabies Outbreak in Ontario – Vaccinate pets at a vet clinic   The importance of having outdoor pets vaccinated by a veterinarian at your local animal hospital was exemplified by the recent rabies outbreak in Hamilton. New cases of rabies

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Vet Hospital – Preventative care

An Early Diagnosis Could Save Your Pet’s Life   Preventative screening at the vet hospital is an extremely important part of your pet’s veterinary and health care. There are many diseases that are not easily detected through physical examinations only.

Animal Hospitals – Dental Cleaning in Canines and Felines: Why It’s Important

  Regular dental cleanings are an extremely important part of annual care for your pet. It is estimated that 85% of all pets have periodontal disease by the time they are 3 years of age. Periodontal disease is a result

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Vet Clinics – Ticks on the rise in Canada

Vet Clinics – Ticks on the Rise in Canada   Ticks are well known for having a yearly spring peak, when the snow starts to melt and ticks begin seeking hosts. This continues through the summer months as long as

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Animal Hospitals exams: Are annual exams necessary?

  Animal Hospitals Exams Although it may seem like our pets only need to go to the vet when they are injured or visibly ill, nothing could be further from the truth. Our cats and dogs age much more rapidly

Indoor Cats – Vet Clinics

Indoor Cats are NOT Disease Free:  Why your indoor cat needs a yearly Exam                                                                                                                                            April 2015 By keeping your cat indoors, there are a number of diseases and medical conditions that can be avoided.  However, there are many diseases

Wellness and Senior Screening – Vet Clinics

                      April 2015                         What is Wellness and Senior Screening?   Did you know that dogs and cats age much faster than humans?  That means that your pet’s annual exam is roughly equivalent to us seeing our own doctor every

Fleas, Ticks, Heartworm – Animal Hospitals

  Flea, Tick, Heartworm Disease Prevention                           Along with the warmer weather come some of our spring health concerns. Among those are Heartworm disease, flea and tick contact.                                                                                 Please call 905 271-8508 for an appointment and to pick up your

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Canine Intestinal Parasites – Vet Clinics

Intestinal parasites are parasite that can reside and multiply in a dog’s and cat’s intestinal tract.  There are several types of internal parasites (or intestinal worms) that cause problems in dogs.  Here is a brief overview of some of the

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