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  • 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…

  • May 22 2014

    "Take Two and Call Me in the Morning" is Bad Advice for your Pet

    Our pets are so much a part of our families that we treat them as people. We take them with us on vacations. We share our beds with them. We include them in holiday celebrations. All of this means…