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It’s Not About Bad Breath

Every year, many Veterinary hospitals take a part of the year to really focus on educating people on the importance of good dental health. 

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Spaying and Neutering: A Recipe for a Healthy Pet

Have you heard of Scooter the neutered cat? He is the ginger-furred, spiffy sunglasses-wearing ball of fluff who is the face of an online campaign promoting spay and neuter.

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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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Are You Hangrier Than a Fifth Grader?

Remember that early morning when you missed breakfast because you were running late and you felt like a zombie trying to remain calm and communicate effectively with the disembodied voice in the Tim Horton’s drive-thru?

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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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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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