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Even Pets Have Breasts

October is widely known is Breast Cancer Awareness month for people. Well, lately it’s also become a month to raise awareness for the risk of breast cancer in pets too! Yes that’s right, Fluffy and Bella can also get breast cancer. Unlike women, your pets can’t check themselves for lumps. Read more...

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Cars, Planes, Cats & Dogs – Traveling with a Pet

We're in the midst of the summer travel season and perhaps you're getting ready to take some vacation time with the family, including the pets. Traveling with pets can be lots of fun but also can be an anxious endeavor for both you and them. Before you hit the open road or take to the skies, let's do our part to make it a safe and enjoyable time for everyone with these tips for your upcoming adventures!

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Info on Rabies Vaccinations:

Vaccination is the key.

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Heat Stroke is a serious potentially life threatening condition

I want to remind everyone that pets can suffer heat stroke if left in a car even for a fairly short time.  Cars left in the sun can heat to dangerous levels within as little as ten minutes even if a window is open a small amount. Signs of heat stroke include lethargy, dullness, heavy […]

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Times Have Changed!

The Kingston Veterinary Clinic is the oldest veterinary hospital in Kingston. How times have changed from when we first opened our doors in 1951!

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