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One of the most common questions I get asked is "Is my pet in pain?" This is a very important question as nobody wants their furry friends to be in discomfort.
As temperatures start to climb in the City of Toronto and we enjoy the milder weather with our canine companions, we renew our focus on parasite prevention.
A stimulating environment and human interaction are key for rabbits! Learn more about what rabbits need to thrive.
Here's a list of the top dog parks in downtown Toronto’s west end.
February is National Pet Dental Health Month! Learn about the importance of dental health in pets.
Senior pets can develop many of the same health problems as older humans, including arthritis, heart disease, kidney disease, cancer, and even senility.
What is an RVT, and what do they do? This week is National Veterinary Technician Week, and there's no better time to shine a spotlight on our RVTs!
Your pet doesn't have to go outside to get fleas. Fleas will come to you, and they prefer to live out their entire life on one pet.
Cats hide their discomfort very well, and it can sometimes be difficult to tell when they are in pain. Limping or a cut on their skin are pretty clear signs your cat is hurting.
Licking to groom fur is a perfectly normal and healthy behaviour of pets – when done in moderation. Too much of it, however, may be a sign that your pet is uncomfortable.
Collars and tags can become lost, but microchips remain for the lifetime of your pet.
Now that summer’s here, it’s important to be aware of the dangers that excessive heat poses to your pet.
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