News

  • Aug 07 2014

    August 15 is Check the Chip Day

    A study published in 2009 reported that pets arriving at a shelter with microchip identification are much more likely to make it home again. …

  • Jul 24 2014

    Tips for Camping With Your Dog

    While not all dogs are cut out for it, camping can be a fun activity you can enjoy with your dog if you’re both the outdoorsy-type. If you think your dog would be up for it, there are things you can…

  • Jul 17 2014

    Summer Heat Stroke and Dogs

    Summer temperatures are soaring! Even the short walk from the veterinary clinic to my car makes me hot enough to need a cool drink of water. Just imagine how the dogs staying outdoors during the…

  • Jul 10 2014

    Cats and Dogs Can Chill Out with These Cool Treats

    It’s important to remember that treats should not provide more than five to 10% of your pet’s daily calories. They are not complete and balanced, meaning they can throw off the ratios of nutrients…

  • Jun 26 2014

    Leaving Dogs in Cars is Not Cool

    It hasn’t even officially been summer for a week, and already the reports of dogs being left in hot cars are dominating the news. It doesn’t have to be sweltering out for temperatures inside a…

  • Jun 05 2014

    June is Adopt a Cat Month!

    With the flood of spring kittens, shelters and rescues are overflowing with homeless cats and kittens. To raise awareness, June is Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat-Month at the ASPCA, and the American Humane…

  • Jun 03 2014

    Welcome to Dr Stephanie Bodnarchuk

    We would like to extend a very warm welcome to our new veterinarian, Dr. Stephanie Bodnarchuk.  She joins us after working in mixed practice for 4 years in southern Alberta and is excited to make…