Senior Pet Consult
The month of June we are celebrating our Senior Pets. To show how much we love and care for them, we are offering $150 Senior Consults. These consults include a senior checkup (more in depth then a regular consult) and a regular blood screen. Just like people, your pet’s health
Chocolate Toxicity In Dogs
Dogs have a fantastic sense of smell, which means that they can very easily sniff out yummy treats including chocolate, especially at Easter time! Unfortunately for them, chocolate is very toxic to dogs. Why? Chocolate has cocoa and caffeine in it, both are highly toxic to dogs. White chocolate does
Intestinal Worms
There are five types of intestinal worms which can infect your dog, four types that can affect your cat and some of these can be passed on to people. Some worms can live in the environment for more then a year so it is essential that your worming schedule is
Dominance is a Myth!!
What is dominance? It is not accurate to describe a dog as having a dominant personality. The word should only ever be used to describe a single interaction between two individuals competing for a resource such as a piece of food or a toy. One dog will usually give up
Why does your dog bark?
The first step to stop nuisance barking is to listen. Dogs bark – it’s part of their normal and natural communication and behaviour. Dogs can bark for appropriate reasons such as when strangers approach our house, hear a noise or herding sheep. Most people want dogs to be “watch dogs”
Introducing a New Dog to Your Resident Dog
It’s a big commitment when you add a new dog into your home and it will take time and effort to ensure that both parties are comfortable and learn how to interact with each other appropriately. This may be easier for some dogs than others, so research on the breed