As pet owners, we all want to ensure the well-being of our furry friends. However, accidents can happen, and one common concern is the accidental ingestion of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), the psychoactive compound found in marijuana. In this blog post, we'll explore...
The Importance of Spaying and Neutering for Your Pet's Health and Well-being As a responsible pet owner, ensuring the well-being and long-term health of your furry companions is paramount. Among the various measures you can take to safeguard your pet's health, spaying...
Allergies are a common health concern among both dogs and cats, affecting their overall well-being and quality of life. Just like humans, pets can experience allergic reactions to various substances in their environment or diet. This article provides an overview of...
It is known that cats enjoy scratching due to many different influences. During this process, unnecessary damage may be caused to items in the home such as furniture, chairs, drapes, and carpets - a cat owner's dreaded nightmare. This article will help the cat owner...
Heartworm infection can become a life threatening illness very quickly if not rapidly diagnosed and treated, it is arguably one of the most important parasites to protect dogs against. According to statistics, approximately 100 000 cases of heartworm are reported...
Ticks and fleas are a growing concern in Southern Ontario and for its residing animals. Ticks and fleas are both classified as ectoparasites, which means that they live outside of the body. They seek warmth within the fur of animals and feed on their blood. Owners...
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 all year round to all patients (including new ones)! Most people visit the dentist regularly and we...
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...
At Close Veterinary Clinic we are planning a volunteer trip through World Vets with the goal of traveling in Winter of 2024. In order for us to reach our fundraising goal we need all the help we can get! What is World Vets? World Vets is an international...
We have exciting news to share! Our clinic is officially certified and recognized as a fear free clinic - which also means that all of our staff are certified as well. We already strive to keep pets happy and minimally stressed upon their visits with us, although, you...
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