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Modern Ways to Manage Arthritis in Dogs It's well known that dogs can suffer from Osteoarthritis as they get older - just like we do. Even though there is no cure for this condition, the good news is - there are lots of ways we can help keep your dog comfortable and...
Is Your Feedback Helpful or Harmful? All humans, being the social creatures we are - not only need feedback, we thrive on it. Feedback helps us grow, improve and contribute to the world in meaningful and better ways. And sure - we all accept that feedback for...
Equine Cushing's Disease (PPID) One of the main reasons we are exploring this topic is because just in the past few weeks we have treated several horses for un-diagnosed Cushing's Disease. Equine Cushing’s is properly known as Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction...
Why Veterinary Equine Dentals are Different Let's say you suspect your horse has a mouth issue. This means you have observed one or more of these behaviours: Dropping food when eating - we call this Quidding" Abnormal eating habits - e.g. opening mouth at strange...
The Day Your Horse becomes Seriously ill It's certainly not uncommon - at least not around here for some of you to own a horse for sport or pleasure but unlike smaller furry companions, managing their needs when they become sick or are injured presents a whole...
If Your Pet is Lost - Can we Find You? Faces like these staring out of cages are commonplace across pet shelters, pounds and Vet Clinics across our community. It is not unusual for people to bring wandering pets into local vet clinics to keep them safe while staff...
Why Testing Lumps is Important FNA vs Biopsy If you've discovered a lump on your pet - have this checked out by your vet as quickly as possible. Don't use a "wait and see" approach to see if it changes because - if it's a malignant growth then every day you leave it,...
Our Patients are Reluctant Have you ever tried opening your cat or dog's mouth and being able to examine every single tooth without them squirming, pulling away or taking a swipe at you? We're guessing you can't. And neither can we. Unfortunately - pets just aren't...