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How to Keep Your Pet Safe Around Wildlife

In this area, we have tons of wildlife that our pets are bound to have run-ins with.

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Feline Vaccination Options

It is recommended that your cat have an annual exam with a veterinarian each year. Senior animals should be examined every six months. Annual exams allow the veterinarian to catch problems early, while they are still manageable.

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Signs That Your Pet May Need a Dewormer!

Pets getting worms is a very common thing, and generally an easy fix.

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Springtime Dangers for Pets

Meet-and-Greets Spring is in the air and everyone is sniffing each other’s derrieres. Your pets have to meet their neighbours all over again. They forgot that Buffy the Maine Coon slayer lived next door or that Mack the Ripper moved into the Bichon’s house.

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The Importance of Year-Round Flea and Tick Preventatives

Many people do not realize that even in a colder climate, fleas and ticks can still be active all year. Many people keep their pets on preventatives from spring until fall (generally April until November or December), but is that enough? We see pets all year round with fleas and ticks on them. This can […]

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COVID-19 Pet Advice Part 2: Managing Cats' Increased Stress Due to Changes at Home

As a veterinarian, cat lover, and cat owner, I like many, would love to believe my cats would love my constant attention, but alas cats, like us, need their space. 

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