Urinary Obstructions in Pets

Urinary Obstructions in Pets

Dr. Alison Carter, MVB, DVM Not being able to urinate can be a life-threatening emergency. This can occur in both dogs and cats but is most commonly seen in larger male cats. Generally clinical signs will start with straining to urinate, wanting to urinate more...
Pets love for free, but they are not!

Pets love for free, but they are not!

By Leann Soon & Dr. R. Long As we have all seen, the COVID pandemic has led to an explosion in pet ownership. While staying at home more can be a great opportunity to add a new, loving pet to your family, if you haven’t fully considered the true costs associated...
A Minute on the Lips, Forever on the Hips

A Minute on the Lips, Forever on the Hips

By Leann Soon and Dr. Richard Long A big yet common problem that many of our pets are facing is being overweight. Many of us don’t realize this, but every little treat our dogs and cats get each day contributes to the extra weight they carry around, which makes...
Seniors and Pets – The Benefits By Lori Leduc

Seniors and Pets – The Benefits By Lori Leduc

If your parents are of a certain age, 65 plus, you may have spent the last 18 months or so being concerned about their wellbeing. You may have noticed a lack of motivation or purpose. The Pandemic opened the eyes of many to the plight of our seniors. Fortunately,...