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No Fun In a Sore Bum: A Brief Exposé on Anal Glands

Scooting is not a trendy new dance move invented by your pet. It may be a sign of a deeper issue, so deep that where this problem originates, not even the sun shines!

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What are Uroliths, Commonly Referred to as Bladder Stones?

Uroliths develop when minerals build up in the bladder and cause a rock like formation. Breeds predisposed to bladder stones?

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Your Dog’s Cough

Bordetella, or more commonly known as ‘kennel cough’, is a highly contagious respiratory disease in dogs. Its nickname comes from the likelihood of breakouts in kennels or other high populated dog areas – if you’ve noticed your dog emitting a sort of ‘honking’ type cough and they’ve recently been at a dog park, grooming facility […]

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Why Does My Pet Need Annual Examinations?

Animals age faster than we do. One year for us is the equivalent of several for them, which is why yearly exams are so important.

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The Truth About Pet Food By-Products

By-Product: A secondary product produced in addition to the principle product, according to the AAFCO Official Publication 2008. Myth: Pet foods containing ingredients listed as “by-products” are inferior. Truth: By-products are common ingredients in both human and pet food. A by-product is simple something produced in the making of something else. By-products come from many […]

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Kirsty's Farewell to CPVH

The past 5 years at Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital have been incredible. Exciting, fun, challenging, heartbreaking, eye-opening, stressful, and at times, difficult; but amazing. Every day that passes, I have fallen more and more in love with animal medicine.

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Last updated: September 13, 2021

Dear Clients,

The province of Nova Scotia will enter Stage 5 of the COVID re-opening plan on September 15. Here is what Stage 5 will look like at Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital:

  • Masks are required for all clients entering our hospital, as well as for all our staff
  • Telemedicine appointments are available to anyone who cannot wear a mask inside our hospital
  • 1 client per exam room allowed (exceptions will be made for end of life procedures)
  • Credit cards are the preferred method of payment
  • Curbside pickup of food and medication is still available. Please call ahead of time so that we can have your order ready upon your arrival. A reminder that we require 48 hours notice for food and prescription orders. To place an order through our online store, visit our website and click on "Online Store".
  • OPERATING HOURS

    Monday to Friday: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
    Saturday: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
    Sunday: Closed

    NEW PET OWNERS

    Have you welcomed a new furry family member to your home? We’d love to meet them! Visit our Must Know New Pet Owner Information page for useful resources and helpful recommendations for new pet owners.

    Thank you for your patience and understanding and we look forward to seeing you and your furry family members again!

    - Your dedicated team at Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital