Old Age and Your Pet

Pets are living longer than they have ever lived. Some reasons are: better access to medical care, more domesticated, better diets, etc. Just because they’re old, doesn’t mean they can’t have a wonderful, comfortable life. Age is not a disease … Read More »

Tips for Keeping Your Pet Healthy

Keeping your pet healthy can be simple. Here are some tips to help you and your fur pal to have a happy, healthy life. Deworm Having your pet on a regular deworming schedule will reduce the risk of passing roundworm … Read More »

Trimming Your Pets’ Nails

Trimming your pets’ nails is, most often, an unpleasant experience for you and your pet. Whether you do the nail trim yourself, or bring them to the groomers/veterinarians, it’s good to train them. Dr. Sophia Yin, DVM, MS has written … Read More »

Hyperthermia

Summer is finally here! A few of us recently went to the Atlantic Provinces Veterinary Conference and got updates on some issues we thought would be interesting to share with you! Today, we want to talk about heatstroke (hyperthermia). Heatstroke … Read More »

What You Need to Know About Ticks

Every year, ticks are becoming more common. The Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) recently had a webinar discussing ticks and Lyme disease in Eastern Canada. Here are some updates that we found interesting! 54.6% of ticks found on humans and … Read More »