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    Patient of The Week

    Jan 08 2016

    Our clients, the Reys recently welcomed 5 healthy Chihuahua puppies into their lives. Mother Lily gave birth without complication at home a few weeks ago, and all are doing very…

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    Favorite Halloween Costume of 2015!

    Nov 05 2015

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    6 Halloween Dangers for Pets

    Oct 28 2015

    Fireworks, Candy Corn, Ghouls, Haunted Houses, and Costumes. What do these five things have in common? They’re all part of Halloween! To celebrate the upcoming spooky holiday, here are some…

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    Emergency Preparedness for Pets

    Oct 15 2015

    Planning for emergencies literally means the difference between life and death. We all know to prepare our own survival kits but have you considered your pets? They need survival supplies…

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    Housebreaking your puppy

    Oct 02 2015

    If you have a new puppy, chances are you are working on “housebreaking”. For many puppy owners, this can be a dreaded and frustrating experience as your new furry friend…

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    Feline Calicivirus Infections

    Sep 28 2015

    Article shared via (; Feline calicivirus infection is a common respiratory disease in cats. The virus attacks the respiratory tract — lungs and nasal passages — the mouth, with…

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    Behaviour Changes in Senior Dogs

    Sep 23 2015

    As dogs age, they often experience small or significant changes in behaviour. Many of these changes are a normal part of the aging process while others merit a visit to…

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    Anesthesia-Free Pet Dentistries

    Sep 08 2015

    Anesthesia-free pet dentistry (AFD) has become a popular topic amongst many animal owners however it is important to note that most (if not all) veterinarians strongly advise against this procedure…

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    Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture in Dogs

    Aug 14 2013

    Anatomy There are two cruciate ligaments in the canine stifle (knee) joint, the cranial and the caudal ligaments. In human knees, they are known as the ACL and PCL. The…