You may have heard of the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Future. Around this time of year, our clinic expects three similar visitors who remind us to see the holiday season through the perspective of others.
As we anticipate the arrival of another cold winter season, Canadians throughout the country demonstrate their natural ability to “winterize.” In the late fall, RVs, pools, cottages and boats are methodically closed down in preparation for winter’s
Whether an athlete, superhero, or pumpkin, the best part of autumn is seeing our furry friends dressed up in pet costumes! Pet owners know their dogs and cats are members of their families, so it only make
As spring transitions into summer, animal shelters and breeders expect a frequent visitor: “the stork.” This time, often referred to as “puppy season” or “kitten season,” is when nature tells cats and dogs it’s time to procreate.
We rarely hear that from our kids but if our pets could talk … you just might. Like people, they experience the accumulation of plaque on their teeth, get bad breath and can experience dental issues. The
Living in Southern Ontario, we have easy access to campgrounds, trails, and parks to enjoy during the warmer months. For many dogs, this convenience brings many opportunities to explore nature with their beloved families! Unfortunately, while your
Last summer, a beach-goer took a video of a distressed dog trapped in a hot car in Grand Bend. The video went viral across social media and, understandably, dog lovers everywhere were enraged by the poor pup’s