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Some of Your Most Asked Dog Care Questions Answered

16th June 2022

People new to dog ownership and even some veteran pup parents constantly learn new things about living with and caring for their pets. Whether it’s how to safely navigate cold temperatures or what to do when your dog won’t eat, knowing what’s normal and what’s not when it comes to your pet’s health can be

Some of Your Most Asked Dog Care Questions Answered2022-08-09T11:48:00+00:00

Get Ready for Summer with These Warm Weather Pet Safety Tips

7th June 2022

Spring and summer are great times for pets and pet owners. With the warmer weather rolling in, it's to perfect time to get outdoors and explore. But unfortunately, visits to Vancouver pet hospitals also tend to climb in line with increasing outdoor activity. To help keeps pets happy and healthy this spring and summer, here

Get Ready for Summer with These Warm Weather Pet Safety Tips2022-08-09T11:52:16+00:00

Choosing a Vancouver Vet Hospital

24th March 2022

You’ve painstakingly researched pet foods, created a comfortable place for your four-legged friend to sleep, and purchased more animal toys than you care to admit. So why would you settle for anything less than the best when it comes to choosing a Vancouver vet hospital? People often assume that the best vet hospital for their

Choosing a Vancouver Vet Hospital2022-08-09T11:57:05+00:00

Tips on How to Make Cat Nail Care a Little Easier

23rd February 2022

Does your cat hate getting its nails cut? You're not alone. The internet is full of angry cat claw memes and desperate pleas from owners on how to get "difficult" cats to sit for a nail trim. While booking an appointment at your cat care centre is always an option, sometimes it’s quicker and easier

Tips on How to Make Cat Nail Care a Little Easier2022-08-09T12:02:17+00:00

Why do Pets Also Need to Have Their Ears Cleaned?

27th January 2022

A lot of unwanted things can clog up your pet’s ears. Dust, pests, dander, allergens, and bacteria naturally find their way into the ears of animals. Dogs and cats are susceptible to having many unwanted substances in their ears because of their ears’ wide-open anatomy of their bodies. The most significant danger these substances can

Why do Pets Also Need to Have Their Ears Cleaned?2022-08-09T12:05:23+00:00

Trimming Your Pet’s Nails 101

14th January 2022

Nail trimming is an important part of a healthy personal maintenance routine for your pet. Nail trimming can be done by a vet, groomer, or even done at home. Nails trimming can be done more or less than average depending on your pet’s age. Being active helps with keeping nails trim naturally. As pets get

Trimming Your Pet’s Nails 1012022-08-09T12:08:38+00:00

Symptoms in Cats that Require Immediate Medical Attention

23rd December 2021

Your cat is family, and just as with any other member of your household, sometimes your cat may develop symptoms that have you wondering if it’s time to seek out medical attention at your nearest animal hospital in Vancouver. Gum discolouration Like humans, healthy gums in cats should be moist and pink. Gum discolouration could

Symptoms in Cats that Require Immediate Medical Attention2022-08-09T12:12:28+00:00

Pet Wellness: What’s That Lump?

29th November 2021

One moment you are cuddling with your pet, and the next, you are trying to use Google to diagnose a strange lump – and growing more concerned with each post. Here’s the good news, most lumps and bumps found in cats are dogs are benign (non-cancerous) and can be treated at your pet wellness center.

Pet Wellness: What’s That Lump?2022-08-09T12:15:21+00:00

When to Take Your Cat to An Emergency Vet Clinic

19th October 2021

Cats have a reputation for being independent and sassy. Cats are a survival species, which means that it is their instinct to hide their symptoms if they are sick or injured. Cats will not show that they are vulnerable, unlike dogs and most other pets. This means that it is very important for you to

When to Take Your Cat to An Emergency Vet Clinic2022-08-09T12:18:55+00:00

When to Take Your Pet to the Vet vs the Emergency Animal Hospital

4th September 2021

As much as we feel like we can communicate with our pets, the truth is, they cannot tell us when they are in pain, feeling sick, or injured. Many pets enjoy going outside, exploring, and spending time with their humans. Sometimes, pets get injured, eat something weird, or roll in something foul. Some of these

When to Take Your Pet to the Vet vs the Emergency Animal Hospital2021-09-17T06:51:53+00:00

Do You Know Why Regular Pet Checkups are So Important?

23rd August 2021

Think about how many regular medical appointments the average person attends in a year. There are dental cleanings, eye exams, and checkups with your family doctor, in addition to any condition-specific visits that a person may require. Now think about how regularly your pet visits their animal medical clinic in Vancouver. If your pet is

Do You Know Why Regular Pet Checkups are So Important?2021-09-17T06:41:20+00:00

How to Help Your Dog Age Gracefully

18th August 2021

Our pets rely on us for their health and wellbeing. Taking your pet to a pet care center in Vancouver should be part of your pet care routine. Just like humans, animals can get sick, injured, and old. Senior dogs are just as deserving of love as any other dog, and they can be excellent

How to Help Your Dog Age Gracefully2021-09-17T06:49:22+00:00

Keeping Your Aging Dog Happy and Healthy is Easier Than You May Think

6th July 2021

As humans age, we make inevitable lifestyle changes to help keep our bodies healthy and strong for as long as possible. That might mean changes to our diets, more regular exercise, or supplements to support our health. Similarly, keeping your aging dog healthy might also require making some important lifestyle adjustments. But don’t worry, most

Keeping Your Aging Dog Happy and Healthy is Easier Than You May Think2021-09-17T07:01:31+00:00

Take Care of Your Dog’s Teeth

18th June 2021

Periodontal diseases do not happen only to humans. Around 80% of dogs by the age of three have some form of periodontal disease. Like any living thing, your dog needs good hygiene and care. Going to a pet care center regularly can help prevent your best friend from falling victim to painful and harmful diseases.

Take Care of Your Dog’s Teeth2021-06-18T06:00:02+00:00

Why you should adopt a senior dog?

5th June 2021

When your dog will become seven years old, then it comes under the senior category. The size of the dog also affects the categorisation. This means that small dogs will get matured slower and becomes senior late as compared to larger dogs. The animal shelters are filled with healthy and active senior dogs that are

Why you should adopt a senior dog?2021-06-05T13:26:39+00:00

Can I Live With a Dog or Cat If I Have Allergies?

5th April 2021

Many people believe that for their health and safety they cannot have or be around pets if they are allergic to them. Unless your allergies are life threatening, this definitely is not the case. Allergies to dogs and cats can be severely debilitating but do not have long-term effects on your health. Many people who

Can I Live With a Dog or Cat If I Have Allergies?2021-04-05T19:25:40+00:00
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