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Signs That Should Never Be Ignored!
Your pet’s not feeling 100% and you’re thinking you should wait and see how it goes. Though this is rarely recommended, there are some situations where waiting will surely cost you in the long run. Here are a few examples of pet problems that should not wait, as they may be easily (and economically) treated […]En savoir plus
Mon chien se gratte, que faire?
Votre chien se gratte constamment? Il se lèche les pattes, se secoue la tête et semble inconfortable? Ces signes peuvent être associés à une condition de peau appelée atopie ou dermatite allergique. Les chiens n’ont pas les mêmes symptômes que nous lorsqu’ils ont des allergies. Si les humains éternuent ou on le nez qui coule, […]En savoir plus
My Itchy Pet
If you have a dog that is constantly scratching, licking his paws, or shaking his head, then they may be suffering from a condition called atopy or allergic dermatitis. When dogs are allergic to something they don’t generally sneeze or have a runny nose like we do. They get ITCHY! And because their skin is […]En savoir plus
Pet Parasite Myths: Busted!
Pet Parasite Myths Working in the veterinary field, we often hear things that make us cringe. Well-intentioned pet owners are often being misinformed by the internet, friends, and other sources when it comes to protecting their pets from internal and external parasites. Today I will try to shed some light on this topic by exposing […]En savoir plus
Ticks, Ticks, Ticks- update for spring 2016!
Tick Protection for your Pets We are having a relatively warm winter in New Brunswick, which sure is a nice change from last year! However, that does mean that parasites are going to be emerging and feasting on our pets even earlier this year. Ticks are always the first parasites to emerge – they start […]En savoir plus