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  • Nov 16 2017

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    Senior Pets

    Senior Pets As veterinary medicine and dietary research has improved, so has the quality of our animals’ lives. This means that pets are living longer now than they ever have…

  • Nov 01 2017

    Unsafe Medications

    Dear loved and valued clients, This is a warning surrounding this (above) popular image that has been circulating social media. It is providing false and deadly information regarding ‘safe’ at…

  • Oct 19 2017

    Leptospirosis – What is it & Why Should I Care?

    Leptospirosis is found worldwide in not only wild animals but in domestic animals as well. It’s caused by infection with Leptospira bacteria, which can be found worldwide in soil and…

  • Sep 26 2017

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    Halloween and Your Pets

    Make sure the only scary thing this year is your costume, not your vet bill! The chief cause of the poisonings can be attributed directly to the readily available sweets…

  • Sep 12 2017

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    Baby Bunnies – To Take or Not to Take?

    Wild rabbits all over Grey County are having babies and more often than not, people aren’t quite sure what to do when they come across the cute nest of sleepy…

  • Aug 15 2017

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    Check the Chip!

    Thank you for celebrating Check the Chip Day with us! This event was created by the American Animal Hospital Association and the American Veterinary Medical Association with support from HomeAgain…

  • Aug 08 2017

    Immunization Awareness Month

    National Vaccination Awareness Month The best way to prevent diseases in your pets, as well as an outbreak in the community, is to vaccinate! At the Mildmay Vet Clinic, we…

  • Jul 03 2017

    Beat the Heat

    July is Beat the Heat Month! The Mildmay Veterinary Clinic wants to make sure you and your pet stay cool this summer! Here are some helpful tips and tricks to…

  • Jul 03 2017

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    The Importance of Performing Routine Fecal Exams

    The Importance of Performing Routine Fecal Exams Not only for your pet but for YOU!   “Why does my Vet always want my dogs’ poop??” Internal parasites are very common…

  • Jun 10 2017

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    Save the Paw!

    We Are Proud to Announce that we are Officially a No Declaw Clinic!!!!                     We feel that the declawing surgery (which…