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Parasite Awareness Month

Ticks, fleas and worms are back in full force! Learn how you can take preventative measures in protecting your pets from those nasty parasites!

 

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Welcome to Woodbury Veterinary Hospital in Halifax

Woodbury Veterinary Hospital was established in 1981 at the corner of Robie and North Streets. The hospital has become a peninsula landmark and has contributed to the success of the neighbourhood providing part-time jobs and mentoring for many young people interested in pursuing work in the veterinary setting as a career and by donating to local charities or participating in fundraising.

The hospital offers a healthcare team committed to enriching the loving bond between clients and their pets by providing compassionate, quality care. Accompanied by a team of technicians the dedicated veterinarians provide comprehensive care, with a special interest in pet dentistry.

The culture of the hospital has encouraged veterinary continuing education and has led to early implementation of advances in veterinary medicine.

Dr. Jordan Mencher | Dr. Samantha Sanford | Dr Cindy Rodgerson
Veterinarians, Woodbury Veterinary Hospital NSVMA Accredited

Meet the Team
I am so happy I found this place. The prices are very competitive and the staff are PRICELESS! Everyone is…

Amber Harper

They have been caring for my 18yr old Maine Coon for many years. Without their caring and expertise I…

Carol Edwards

I love taking my puppy here. The vet dr. Woodbury is very kind and will answer all your questions. The…

Megan Hanks

I would recommend Woodbury's. They have been there for us through 3 labs and 5 cats. We started seeing Frank…

Deb Campbell

We have been taking our pets to Woodbury Animal Hospital for 25 years, beginning with two ferrets, and more recently…

Tony Blouin

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Tips for Tick Identification

If you find a tick on your dog, it’s important to remove it right away. If it is feeding or an engorged tick it will have its mouth parts buried in the skin. To remove it use a tick twisters or tweezers to grasp the tick close to the skin and pull it out. Always check to make sure you’ve removed the entire tick – including the head.

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What's Lyme Got To Do With It?

The changes we make to our environment have rippling effects that can literally bite us back in ways that are as convoluted as they are subtle. A prime example is the effect of urbanization (or, perhaps more correctly, sub-urbanization) on the risk - both for ourselves and our canine companions - of contracting Lyme Disease.

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