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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

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

11 Tips to Prepare for a Puppy

11 Tips to Prepare for a Puppy What I heard most often when starting with my new puppy is “you’re practically like a new mother!” This was true in a lot of aspects. Read More

Trusting your Veterinarian

Veterinary Staff vs. Everyone Else Picture this. You work as an accountant and have no experience with cars and mechanics. A newspaper flyer for a local mechanic shop advertises that they Read More

Dental Month

Could you imagine going days, even weeks without brushing your teeth? I’m sure your answer to that is no. So why let our pets?  Dental disease exists in an estimated 85% Read More

Thanksgiving Hazards

It's hard to believe, but Thanksgiving is already just around the corner! Here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we would like to provide you with some helpful information in order Read More

Heatstroke and Hyperthermia

Heatstroke and Hyperthermia Hyperthermia is an elevation in body temperature that exceeds the normally accepted range. Although these normal values can vary slightly, it is usually considered to be abnormal if Read More

Urinary Blockage in Cats

Urinary Blockage in Cats Urinary blockage, first and foremost, is considered to be a veterinary emergency. It occurs when the urethra (the tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside Read More

Toxins - Essential Oils

We received a comment on one of our previous Toxin Talk posts asking for more information regarding essential oils and with their growing popularity recently we felt it would be Read More

Plug In’s and Air Fresheners

While plug-ins and air fresheners are used to keep our homes smelling pleasant, it is important to keep in mind that animals react to and adsorb them differently than humans Read More

Dental Health and your Pets

February is Dental Month! Did you know your pets’ dental health is a very important factor to their overall health? Dental health can cause, or be caused by, other underlying problems. Other areas Read More

Easter Hazards

2 of the biggest Easter Hazards! It’s coming to be that time again. Spring is here and Easter is just around the corner. Chocolate eggs, chocolate covered marshmallows, chocolate bunnies, chocolate everything! It’s Read More

Benefits of Microchipping Your Pet

Benefits of Microchipping Your PetHave you ever seen a stray cat or dog walking the streets in your neighbourhood? Have you ever done anything about it? More likely then not you Read More

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