Spaying and Neutering
Having your dog spayed or neutered is not only extremely important in controlling our pet population, but it also helps with preventing diseases in both male and female dogs. It allows your dog to live a longer, healthier life and may prevent behavioural issues associated with being intact.
It is imperative to have your puppy vaccinated on the appropriate vaccine schedule. When a puppy is born, it receives maternal antibodies from its mother. These antibodies “wear off” and are completely gone by 14-16 weeks of age. Puppies shouldn’t be vaccinated too early while these antibodies are too high….
Vaccinating your dog is a crucial defence against preventable diseases that can be contracted. Whether you take your pup out to the dog parks, hiking in the mountains or stay close to home and walk your local neighbourhood, all dogs should have their core vaccines so that they have the…
Urinalysis and Fecal Exam
Urinalysis and Fecal Exams can be an essential part of diagnosing or helping to diagnose disease processes in your pet. A Urinalysis will help to determine if your dog has a bladder infection, bladder stones, diabetes and will also indicate how well the kidneys are functioning by telling us how…