Geriatric Care – Looking After a Senior Pet
As your pet gets older, they need to get regular check-ups with your vet to make sure they are fit and healthy. Senior pets are more likely to have health issues, and monitoring with routine check-ups and bloodwork is a perfect way of keeping ahead of any illness.Read More
Feline Leukemia Virus – When and Why Should We Vaccinate?
The Feline leukemia virus vaccine is a non-core vaccine in Canada, meaning it is not one of the mandatory vaccinations required for your cat at vaccinations.Read More
Feline Panleukopenia Virus (FPV)Read More
What Happens If My Dog Tests Positive for Heartworm?
As part of our canine patients’ annual wellness care, our veterinarians recommend having pups tested for heartworm infection each year in order to prescribe heartworm prevention to be used over the mosquito season (June till November).Read More
Pyometra: A Preventable Disease in Female Pets
What is pyometra? Pyometra describes a bacterial infection of the uterus (womb) and usually manifests with a pus-filled uterus. It means intact (unspayed) female pets are at the highest risk for this condition.Read More