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Dog Anal Gland Expression

"What's that smell?" This is a common phrase said by many dog owners. If you have ever experienced a pungent fishy smell coming from your dog, it's likely they have expressed their anal gland. Dogs and cats have two anal glands, which are situated at the opening of the anus....


Dog Heartworm Test

Heartworm disease occurs when a dog or cat is infected at a high enough burden by a parasite called Dirofilaria immitis, leading to heart failure. Heartworm is acquired by a mosquito containing an infective larvae biting and depositing the larvae into the animal. It takes approximately 5-7 months for these larvae to develop...


Dog Fleas and Ticks

With the warmer weather, we expect to see a high incidence of pets with fleas and ticks. In Ontario, we are now seeing an increase in the number and type of ticks. Our biggest concern with ticks is that the can transmit disease, namely Lyme disease, to humans and pets.


Dog Behavioural Counseling

It's incredibly important before acquiring a dog, to understand and know it's personal breed needs. Every dog has a specific need and drive. As their lifelong companion, your role is to create an environment that successfully meets these needs for the life of your pet. Much anxiety, unwanted behaviour, aggression...