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We are going to be hosting a fun-filled event in August with our sister clinic, Baxter Animal Hospital.
Summer is here, and that means that many people will go on holidays. In my opinion, one of the greatest joys of pet ownership is going on a road trip with your dog.
Hey! Primrose here, your friendly neighbourhood dachshund. You may have seen me around the clinic lately or perhaps on one of our social media outlets.
As veterinary professionals, we tend to see many more dogs in-clinic than we do cats, even just for routine visits.
Summertime is when we spend a lot of time outdoors with our dogs, hiking, going for walks to the beach and visiting area parks.
Dogs are exposed to many types of parasites such as fleas, ticks and yes, those pesky mosquitoes.
The tick risk in Ontario is changing rapidly, and your pet should be protected. In this area, we are concerned about the western black-legged tick.
The hot weather has arrived in the Sudbury region, and it’s time to think of some dangers that our furry friends face in the summer heat.
Joining the Cambrian Animal Hospital team for a short time has given me a chance to understand the hard work behind each animal that comes into this clinic.
According to Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, the number of household cats who have had or currently have parasites sits around the 45% mark.
Ticks are the most active from March to mid-May and from mid-August to November. Here are a few FAQs.
While this expression holds some meaning for us as pet owners, our dogs and cats, on the other hand, tend to disregard any ‘holier than though’ lectures about this statement.
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