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Tips For Caring For Seniors Pets

Everyone ages at different rates and speeds. With our pets, they, unfortunately, age at a much faster rate than we do. For example, a 7-year-old cat is approximately 54 human years old, and a 7-year-old dog (depending on size) is approximately 44 to 54 human years old. While we encourage everybody to have annual medical […]

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Being a Registered Veterinary Technician

In the veterinary industry, October has been designated as National Veterinary Technician month. As October comes to a close I reflect on being a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT).

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Nutrition: An important Part of Your Pet’s Health.

Nutrition is an important part of your pet’s health. And as a part of their annual health check, your veterinarian will often ask, “So what is Fluffy eating at home?” This is usually followed by, “and how much is he eating?”

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Lyme Disease Alert

Just 12 to 15 years ago ticks were rare visitors to this area. Since then, they have become naturalized to the Kingston region and they have brought with them a variety of diseases.

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“March is National Tick Awareness Month!”

When the temperature is 4 degrees Celsius or higher, ticks will be seeking victims to feed on and potentially be passing along bacteria that cause Lyme disease.

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