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Socialization isn’t an “all or nothing” project. Socializing a puppy a little bit or a whole lot depends on the amount of time you’re prepared to devote
Our Registered Veterinary Technicians (RVT’s) are some of the most caring and empathetic people you’ll ever meet
It’s been a challenging time over the past few months. We appreciate how this global pandemic has turned all of our lives and routines upside down.
These tiny, blood-sucking parasites irritate your pet and can infest your home, often before you realize that they’ve have moved in
According to the American Veterinary Dental College, it’s estimated that the majority of pets show symptoms of dental or periodontal disease by three years of age.
CBD is big news and like all hyped and yet-unproven medical claims, it appears to be a cure-all for almost everything under the sun. However...
While wildly popular, scientific support about the positive health effects is limited and contradictory. This is particularly true when discussing health effects on your pet.
IS MY DOG AT RISK OF CANINE LYME DISEASE? The short answer is a resounding ‘yes’. If you walk your dog in one of Toronto’s wooded trail systems
AAHA Accredited animal hospitals are the ONLY facilities that choose to be evaluated on over 900(!) quality standards above and beyond basic provincial regulations.
Microchipping isn’t a magic bullet, but it provides a simple, safe and quick means of permanently providing your pet with a distinctive form of identification.
The Ontario Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA) established the Farley Foundation – a registered charity – in 2002
FDA’s ongoing investigation into a “potential connection between certain diets and cases of canine heart disease” (canine dilated cardiomyopathy).
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