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Becoming a Veterinarian

4 years ago I started working at the Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital. To this day I tell everyone I “lucked” into this job. I was an undergraduate student looking for meaningful work; something other than retail sales to fill my time. I have loved animals my whole life, like everyone in this field, and was […]

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Luna’s Weight Loss Journey

Luna is a beautiful black Lab mix.  She’ll be four in November but you would never know that if you meet her; she’s a puppy at heart. The first time we met she was eight weeks old and ever since then, she’s been a part of the family.

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Living with a Cat with Allergies

When your cat has smelly stool, you get grossed out. When your cat has diarrhea, you get concerned. When your cat has bloody diarrhea, you get to the Vet and quick! This was the first 8 months of Bounty’s life with me: a gorgeous SPCA rescue that stole my heart 4 years ago. Getting to […]

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What Fur Means To Me

Wearing scrubs in public garners a certain respect from those whom see you. Wearing scrubs into work gains vet assistants looks of admiration; it is assumed we are some of the hardworking nurses that staff our human hospitals and clinics. Leaving work as a vet assistant, however, is another story. When I leave work, I […]

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Why Call 24 Hours Ahead for Your Prescription Refill?

In veterinary hospitals there are a lot of medications that help improve the quality and length of pet’s lives. Just like your local pharmacy, we have shelves and shelves of medications for everything under the sun, in different strengths and forms – capsules, tablets, chewable flavoured medications, liquids, topical, injectable – the list goes on […]

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Absolutely amazing staff. They were fabulous with the first cat I brought in but I was extremely impressed with my…

Tara Lee Mackenzie

So friendly, always on time. I ended up here because of their expertise in exotics (bird) and am sad…

Stephanie Glendenning

This was a very good experience for my very sick dog and myself, the staff were so very kind to…

Stephen Bonang

I take the 5 stars away. I refuse to go back there . I may have a misunderstood pup, but…

Krystal Johnston

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Not One More Vet

DID YOU KNOW – Veterinary professionals are more than twice as likely to have suicidal thoughts as other Canadians are?

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