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  • Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and Your Pet
    Category: Client Communication, Client Education, Community Education, Educate   Pet owners have questions about the risk of their pets contracting or spreading the new coronavirus (SARS-Co-V-2). To answer their questions, we’ve prepared Read more
  • How to Keep Your Pet Active this Winter
    How to Keep Your Pet Active this Winter  During the colder weather months, it’s quite easy for us and our pets to fall into a bit of a lazy routine. This Read more
  • Separation Anxiety
    Anxiety, is the anticipation of unknown or imagined future dangers. This results in bodily reactions (known as physiologic reactions) that are normally associated with fear. Separation anxiety is estimated to affect Read more
  • Summer Tips
    Summer can be a great time to bond with your pet. But higher temperatures also mean higher risks for our furry companions - more injuries, more skin and ear infections, Read more
  • Ticks in Ontario
    Ticks in Ontario WHAT IS A TICK? Ticks are eight legged parasites that have highly developed mouthparts that pierce through the skin of animals and feed on their blood. Ticks feed on Read more
  • Dental Facts
    DID YOU KNOW? Just like humans, puppies and kittens develop a full set of baby teeth that are then replaced with adult teeth when they grow up! Puppies have 28 temporary teeth. Read more
  • Pet Paw Safety
    For month of January, we felt it was an important time for us to share a number of winter-focused posts for you all. In one of these posts, we shared Read more
  • Why do we vaccinate?
    Why Vaccinate? A question we, as veterinary professionals, receive quite often is why vaccinating is so important, I mean, it’s just a dog or cat, right? Wrong. When you make the Read more
  • Why Do Veterinarians Keep Talking About Rabies?
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  • 8 Spring Pet Tips
    Spring is just around the corner and you are probably starting to itch for warmer weather, longer days, and fresh greenery poking up from the ground. In order to be prepared for Read more
  • Hypothyroidism in dogs
    Hypothyroidism is a clinical condition that dog’s get when their thyroid glands are underactive and don’t secrete enough Thyroxine (T4) and Triiodothyronine (T3). Thyroid glands regulate your metabolism and when they become under Read more
  • Bloat
    Bloat Does your dog or cat stuff their faces or have a habit of getting into the food bag and feasting on the banquet of kibble laid out so nicely for them? Do Read more
  • It’s November! My Dog Can’t Have Ticks! Can He?!
    Within the past few weeks we at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital have had a number of clients come in with ticks on their dog. Some dogs had only one, others Read more
  • Holiday Hazards
    Holiday Hazards As the holidays are fast approaching, we want to help educate everyone on the possible holiday dangers for your pets. Quite often we get caught up in the chaos Read more
  • Pain in Pets
    Is your pet acting strange? Here are some common signs of pain in both dogs and cats. CATS - Your cat may make rumbly sounds or growl when touched in a painful area. Read more
  • Canine Teeth
    Canine Teeth Having healthy teeth is a very important aspect of a dog’s health.ANATOMY OF THE TEETH Dogs have multiple types of teeth. A dog will have incisors, canines, premolars and molars, Read more

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