How a Palliative Care Veterinarian can help when your pet is given a terminal diagnosis.
How do I know if my pet is in pain; they aren’t whining or yelping? This is such a great question. Pets are so good at hiding pain that it is often really difficult to detect. Pain is complex, even more so in our pets who can’t tell us where it hurts, or if it [...]
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.
The story of Stella, a heartwarming tale of hope.
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"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
According to the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association 35% of pets were considered overweight in 2005. This is definitely a cause for concern. Just as in humans, that excess weight can be very dangerous for our furry companions and can lead to a shortened life expectancy. This is where you come in. Your pets need your help to [...]
Diabetes Mellitus in Cats and Dogs Most of us know at least a little bit about Diabetes Mellitus in humans but did you know that cats and dogs can develop Diabetes Mellitus as well? Diabetes Mellitus is a disease in which the pancreas does not produce enough insulin and it affects cats and dogs as [...]