ALERT for all dogs suffering from allergies!
Does your dog suffer from allergies? Your dog is not alone… There has been new advancements in the treatment of allergies in dogs, click here for more information.
First Aid for Your Pet
Click here for detailed first aid instructions that you should add to your pet’s emergency first aid kit. Don’t have a first aid kit for your pet? Stop in at our clinic to order yours today.
Beat the Heat
How you can help keep your dog cool on hot Muskoka days.
Heat Stroke Prevention
Never ever, ever leave your dog in the car. Not on cooler days, not in the shade, not with the windows open. If you are stopping anywhere that you can’t bring your dog, leave him at home.
Life Vest Save Lives
Having a life vest for your four legged friends plays a big role in keeping your pets safe in and around water during the summer season. Click here for a team member’s pet near drowning experience.
Pets and Houseplants
Many of us enjoy having houseplants to bring life to our homes. However, many common houseplants are toxic to our furry and feathered friends. It is a good idea to do some research before purchasing a plant for your home.
Important Information About Ticks in Muskoka
Many clients are finding ticks on their pets on a regular basis and often this is occurring PRIOR to beginning the typical preventative medications used historically. Please click here for more information on how to keep your pet safe this tick season.
The Importance of Pet Insurance
As much as we try to keep our pets safe, it is inevitable that they will get sick or have an accident sometime throughout their lifetime. There are many hard decisions when you have to bring your pet to see a veterinarian especially when it is an emergency.
Osurnia – New Ear Infection (Otitis) Treatment
Osurnia is a new medication available for the treatment of ear infections. Two treatments at the veterinary clinic eliminate messy ear cleaning or medication at home!
Dealing with Dog Breath
While your dog’s breath might not always smell minty fresh, it also shouldn’t be offensive. So what’s causing that stinky breath and what can you do about it?