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New Kitten at Home?

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Parasite Awareness Month

Ticks, fleas and worms are back in full force! Do you know if you're taking preventative measures in protecting your pet from these nasty parasites? Find out more!

 

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Welcome to Dartmouth Veterinary Hospital in Dartmouth, NS

The Dartmouth Veterinary Hospital has been in its current location since 1971. In mid-2004, after heavy destruction from Hurricane Juan, the newly renovated and expanded hospital reopened with a new laboratory area, large surgical preparation and treatment area, a large surgical suite, a dental suite, a radiology suite that houses state of the art Digital Radiology system, an Isolation Unit, dog runs, and dog and cat wards.

The hospital itself is designed to take advantage of as much natural light as possible, and much effort went into designing appropriate airflow and sound restriction. In the basement area, a multi-purpose room is used as a classroom for puppy socialization and obedience classes. The hospital works with multiple rescues, including Good Bones, GPAC, and Elderdog

Meet the Team
Excellent veterinary. Staff very friendly and caring. The Doctors are great with the animals and very thorough.…

Paulette Inness

I can't say enough great things about Dartmouth Veterinary Hospital, our regular vet, Dr. Paul Robb, and the other vets…

Heidi Hagelstein

I've been with this vet hospital for 24 years now and only great things to say. The are always compationite…

Linda Aube

We are in the midst of having our cat Salem tested and potentially treated. We have been quite worried…

Terri Kilbride

The workers here are great! From the lady's at the front desk to dr. Jones. So friendly, kind, very informative....just…

Lacey Sutherland

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What You Need to Know About Hyperthyroidism

Hyperthyroidism is a disease where the thyroid gland is producing an excessive amount of thyroid hormone. This creates a large imbalance in the endocrine system and the pet can suffer from a long list of symptoms because of the extra hormone. Hyperthyroidism is almost exclusively found in mature and senior cats, the average age of onset is 12 to 13 years of age.

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