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Did You Know… Pets Can Have Diabetes Too?

You might have heard the word, diabetes, but what does that mean for our pets?

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Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is a wonderful time of year for parties, decorations, children dressed up in costumes, and lots of candy! While it is a favourite time of year for most, this holiday can be very scary for your pet.

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Feline Leukaemia Vaccination and Your Cat

In today’s society, I feel that inoculations have received a bad reputation, which is unfortunate. Vaccines are one of the greatest achievements in preventive medicine and thanks to their development, thousands of diseases, disorders and illnesses have been diminished or completely eradicated.

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Kennel Cough Vaccination

Canine kennel cough or Bordetella is a bacterial agent that causes inflammation in your dog’s upper respiratory tract and is spread through direct contact or aerosolized droplets in the air. Your dog can catch this bacteria at common places like groomers, dog parks, dog shows or kennels.

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Parvo Virus

Parvo is a potentially fatal, very contagious virus, most common in puppies and unvaccinated adult dogs. The signs of parvo are vomiting bloody diarrhea, and lack of appetite with subsequent weight loss and lethargy.

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Importance of a Urinalysis

A Urinalysis (urine analysis) is often run by your veterinarian when your pet is displaying signs of a urinary tract infection (UTI).

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