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September 6, 2018

Animal Pain Awareness

August 28, 2018 in Uncategorized

CAT-astrophe Prevention

A whopping 58% of cat parents say that their cats HATE going to the vets (understandably!). A portion of that also admit to not taking their cats to the vets…
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May 16, 2018 in News

Great Reasons to Adopt a Cat

-Adopt a Shelter Cat Month- If you have been wanting to add a new feline to your family then adopting is the way to go! There are so many benefits…
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February 22, 2018 in Uncategorized

Giving Your Cat Liquid Oral Medications

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February 20, 2018 in Uncategorized

Tick Talk (Tick Awareness Month)

                   Tick numbers are on the rise! Over the past few years, the Canadian tick population has been growing, resulting in people…
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  • Dec 13 2018

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    Holiday Safety

    Kinaras, and festive candles are lit, Christmas trees are decorated, fires burn, and food is, well, non-stop! It is the season of light, peace, and joy, and a time to visit with family and friends.…

  • Dec 06 2018

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    Holiday Gifts for Pets

    With the holidays just weeks away, don’t forget to add your pets to your shopping list! …

  • Nov 29 2018

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    November is Senior Pet Month

    With advances in veterinary medical care and improved diets, our furry friends are living longer than ever before. Many of us are living with “seniors!” …

  • Nov 22 2018

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    Pet Cancer Awareness Month

    November is dedicated to educating pet owners about the signs of cancer – the earlier the disease is detected, the greater the chance that treatment will be successful. …

  • Nov 15 2018

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    Thanksgiving Safety

    Roast turkey, cornbread stuffing, gravy, green bean salad, sweet potato casserole (with marshmallows, of course), and apple pie! Thanksgiving dinner is such a divine meal to enjoy with family and…

  • Nov 08 2018

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    Pet Diabetes

    November is Pet Diabetes Awareness Month. In pets, just as in humans, diabetes occurs when the body does not make enough insulin, stops producing it, or doesn’t use insulin properly. Insulin is…

  • Nov 01 2018

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    Technology and Pets

    The roles that pets play in our lives have dramatically changed over the years. Though there is debate on the history of the domestication of cats and dogs, there is no doubt that these furry…

  • Oct 29 2018

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    Canine Influenza Virus Update: The Situation in Canada and the United States

    Canine Influenza Virus (CIV) continues to be a problem in both the United States and Canada. About 20 confirmed and suspected cases have been identified in the Muskoka area in Ontario over the past…