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, [...]
What my full pockets reminded me about self-care.
Have your pets made any Resolutions for the New Year? I think that Daisy’s is to get even more cuddles than last year, and Sprocket? Well, he hasn’t let me know but I’m hoping that it’s to eat less socks and other odd things. It's not unusual for resolutions to be about becoming healthier and [...]
I resolve to educate about veterinary palliative medicine so that everyone that needs this service is aware of its existence.
The story of Stella, a heartwarming tale of hope.
What is a mobile veterinary Service? Read on to learn more.
Most people understand what a veterinary hospital or clinic is but when we tell people that we are a mobile veterinary service we often get a look of confusion. We have been asked if we do emergencies only or if we drive around in a trailer, with a mobile hospital. Although these types of [...]
"When I look into the eyes of an animal I don't see an animal, I see a living being. I see a friend, I see a soul."AD. Williams
This week I saw a young Bearded Dragon who had lost a piece of his tail. When I first saw him, the damaged portion of his tail was just hanging on and the new tip was exposed. Many things can result in tail injuries in reptiles. These include things such as: Accidental Trauma (Getting caught [...]