Vaccines Vaccines are an important part of keeping pets healthy. They help to keep your pet free from viruses that can be harmful or even lethal. Ideally puppies are vaccinated at 8, 12 and16 weeks and then will require boosters every 1-3 years. All dogs need core vaccines and Rabies vaccines but may require other [...]
Getting a new puppy is always an exciting adventure. The excitement of a cute tiny being taking over your life and your home and what better time than during social distancing than when you are forced to stay home, right? Well....Let's just say maybe, but probably not. First of all, it is important to [...]
We are missing our patients at this time of Social Distancing. We had made the difficult decision to stop house calls for the time being and yesterday our provincial government has asked that veterinary stop all in person services except for those which are urgent. Scheduling only urgent house calls is not realistic for us, [...]
There is no evidence that COVID-19 can be transmitted by our pets but we have compiled a list of precautions to take in the face of any illness.