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Trip of a Lifetime

Last week, I had the opportunity to go on a tour of the Royal Canin processing plant. I was flown to Toronto on Wednesday and met up with twenty others from veterinary hospitals from across Canada; veterinarians, technicians, assistants, client services and managers.

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All About Poop Eating

One of the many joys of dog ownership is catching your furry friend chomping down on a freshly deposited fecal matter. The best part comes when mere seconds later, they want to give you ALL the kisses…right on the mouth.

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The Examination: The Heart of Veterinary Medicine

As your other family doctor, I dream of a day when I can walk into an exam room and have my patient tell me what they are feeling and when they began feeling it. It is a challenge that is exclusive to veterinary medicine, and which highlights the importance of a physical examination. The reality […]

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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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A Brief History of Flea Products

When I first started in this wonderful profession of Veterinary care in the late ’80’s (very late 80’s so not to date myself) the choice of flea and parasite prevention was very limited. There were powders that were smelly and dusty that only killed the adult flea that was on the pet at that time […]

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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

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

Stephen Bonang

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

Stephanie Glendenning

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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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