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Posted on 29 October 2018

The dark side of Halloween...

Fall is not only the season of shorter days and leaves falling off, it is also the season of Halloween night. While your children are going to trick-or-treat in the neighbourhood, make sure you can recognize the dangers of this scary night for your beloved pets.First, keep in mind that chocolate, of any kind, is toxic for dogs. Make sure, your...

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Posted on 30 March 2018

Ticks!!

We have been hearing more and more about the arrival of the tick is in Quebec. Just a few years ago, only certain areas in southern Ontario and Quebec were visited by this eight-legged parasite. With global warming, we now find the tick a lot more in our regions and unfortunately it is here to stay.Ticks can be found everywhere, but they are particularly...

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Posted on 30 March 2018

Basic tips for your pet's dental health

Pets must have an annual examination of their mouth and teeth in the same way as their owners do. A veterinarian will take the time to examine the teeth of your four-legged companion and offer treatment as needed. Preventative care can be put in place or, if the situation is more advanced, a teeth cleaning under general anesthesia could be...

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Posted on 30 March 2018

How to prevent urinary tract problems with your cat

Feline Urinary tract Syndrome is a condition that affects cats on a regular basis and can be caused by crystals, stones, infection or chronic inflammation of the bladder wall. The detailed explanation of this syndrome is discussed in the website section"Health: Urinary Problems". We will now discuss the various predisposing factors and how to better...

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