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Dental Care Month

The most commonly diagnosed health problem in pets is dental disease. Daily teeth brushing and annual dental cleanings help prevent severe dental disease.

 

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Your Dog's Cough

Notice that your dog is coughing up a storm and doesn't sound too good? Read more to find out if your dog may have Bordetella!

 

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Welcome to Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital in Halifax

The Veterinarians, Technicians, Vet Assistants and client relations staff at Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital have been providing high-quality pet care in Halifax since 1979. Over the past 33 years, Dr Ron Abrahams has been instrumental in growing the practice from a one-doctor clinic to a multi-doctor hospital. Located in The Clayton Park Shopping Centre on Lacewood Drive, the hospital has undergone two major renovations, expanding it from an 800 square foot clinic into a full service modern 3000 square foot facility.

Over the past ten years the Clayton Park team has provided medical care for ElderDog, GPAC (Greyhound Pets of Atlantic Canada), Bide Awhile Animal Shelter and The Labrador Rescue Organization to name just a few. Now joined by Dr Tim Farrow and  Dr Pam MacKay, the team is very proud of the work they have done for these invaluable groups and are committed to a continuing partnership with animal welfare charities to improve the lives of all animals.

Meet the Team
I was thoroughly impressed with the entire staff of this vet in relation to my experience this week. My cat…

Melanie Trickett

I cannot say enough good things about this place! The staff are terrific - they are knowledgeable and compassionate. The…

Loreatha Boehner

Wonderful place. Dr Abraham is great...so kind and understanding..and has at times not charged an office visit if I was…

Ann Marie White

We love the Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital! Dr. Farrow is amazing; our furbaby, Lilly, has been seeing him since she…

Krystal Lowe

Clayton Park Vet has the best staff, we have been going to them for 16 years and have received nothing…

Cathy Lee

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How Zoonosis Affects You and Your Pet

The definition of zoonosis is not the act of travelling to a zoo.  It is a term referring to the transmission of disease from one species to another.  An example of zoonosis would be roundworm.  Pets can carry roundworm.  Roundworms look like spaghetti and are very common in puppies and kittens.

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The Cat and the Carrier

Cats are generally not the best car travellers.  There are always exceptions but with a lot of cats living the life of luxury indoors, going out can be a stressful event.  How can you reduce the stress of a Vet visit?

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