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September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. An emergency can happen at any time, and in a worst-case scenario you may only have moments to evacuate.
Cats deserve vet care too, but we know that carrier challenges and stressful visits in the past can discourage owners from bringing them in for regular check-ups.
June 1 is the start of heartworm prevention season here in Ontario – is your dog protected?
Today’s flea/tick/heartworm parasite feature article is about ticks, whose population in Toronto seems to have exploded over the past few years.
It’s flea season, and they are back with a vengeance! Do fleas really matter that much? Think back to the last time you were covered in mosquito bites, how was the itch?
Continuing with our allergy discussion, today’s article is about skin issues caused by food allergies (food allergy dermatitis). Three year old Pearl is our feature pet.
Allergies aren’t just a human thing – our pets get food and environmental allergies too, and they can be some of the most frustrating conditions to diagnose and treat.
Ah spring! Warm days, green grass … and fleas & ticks! In just a few more weeks, mosquitoes carrying heartworm will also be out. Is YOUR dog protected?
Experience the convenience and bonding opportunity of receiving acupuncture treatments together with your pet.
Heartworm season started on June 1, fleas and ticks have been active since early spring. Dogs should be tested yearly and take prevention medication from June to November.
We are committed to transforming the vet experience for cats, turning visits into something stress-free! We are excited to announce we now feature the LICKI Brush!
Many ticks carry bacteria that cause Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, and other infections, and they transmit these diseases to dogs when they latch on and start feeding.
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