Dental health in pets is just as important as it is in people. Poor dental health can result in a multitude of issues, which is why we offer free dental examinations to all patients (including new ones)! Most people visit the dentist regularly and we want to encourage...
Antifreeze: The chemical compound in antifreeze that is responsible for toxicity in pets is known as ethylene glycol, an odorless but sweet tasting liquid that is commonly used in most households, especially during the cold winter months. The most common way that pets...
For young puppies and kittens, clients are often given the choice whether or not they would like to proceed with optional items. These optional items include: pre-anesthetic bloodwork, coagulation profile, IV fluids and microchipping. Outlined below are brief...
What is Cushing’s disease? Cushing’s disease is the symptoms caused by the body being exposed to elevated cortisol for an extended period of time. Cortisol is produced by the adrenal glands, which are located near both kidneys. The pituitary gland in the brain signals...
Unregulated The raw pet food industry is unregulated. This means that basically anyone can start their own raw pet food company without any background knowledge in pet nutrition requirements or food safety. Also, feeding trials have not performed resulting in a lack...
What is Hyperthyroidism? Hyperthyroidism is characterized by the overproduction of thyroid hormone and a subsequent increase in metabolic rate. This disease is common in older cats. Although the thyroid gland enlarges in hyperthyroidism, it is usually a benign or...
What is a blood glucose curve? A blood glucose curve involves regular measurements of blood glucose throughout the period of one day to monitor glucose trends prior to and following insulin administration. The curve will indicate the patient’s peak blood glucose...
What is Heartworm? Heartworm disease is caused by a parasite called Dirofilaria immitis, commonly known as heartworm. The parasites are long, hair-like worms that live in the right ventricle of the heart and the pulmonary artery. Dogs are the most common host. They...
COVID-19 has presented us with a new set of challenges. While some recommendations have changed, we are still encouraging clients to bring their pets in for cases which may otherwise have long term animal and public health impacts. Vaccines and parasite prevention...
Please Note: There is limited information surrounding COVID-19 & animals. Continue to practice proper hygiene, physical distancing and minimize contact with animals as well as people. We will keep you updated as new information surfaces. Can animals develop...
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1-162 McIntyre Drive
+1 519 893-8937
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Monday: 8am – 6pm
Tuesday: 8am – 6pm
Wednesday: 8am – 8pm
Thursday: 8am – 6pm
Friday: 8am – 6pm
Saturday: 9am – 2pm