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 »

Hectorial May 1, 2015

Good day to all my friends. I apologize for being away for so long. I’ve been on another hiatus as it were, but I am back and ready for the blogging world again! Today’s blog will be concerning fleas… yes, … Read More »

Did you know….

A large group of crows is called a murder Very rarely do you see male calico cats Horses and rabbits can’t vomit Some puppies and kittens won’t lose all of their baby teeth and need to have them pulled If … Read More »

Did you know…

Hunting is an instinctive behaviour in cats but killing and eating the prey is a learned behaviour Cats and dogs (and many other mammals) use their ears as radiators to help cool the body, which is why their ears are … Read More »