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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

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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 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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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

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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

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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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