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The In’s and Out’s of Pet Food Labels

Ingredients MUST be labelled individually. They are listed in descending order from the heaviest weight to the lightest. The bulk of the ingredients are an animal and plant products, then fibre, followed by lesser in quantity ingredients such as fats, vitamins, minerals, stabilizers, and preservatives. After these, there may be accessory ingredients such as flavouring, […]

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4 Tips to Help Your Overweight Cat Lose Weight

Is your feline friend carrying around a few extra pounds that you would like to get rid of?  You are not alone, almost 50% of the pet population is overweight. 

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Cat Care and Early Detection

Cats need to be monitored from kitten to adult. Young cats are especially prone to urinary tract problems and intestinal parasites and most cats are seniors at the age of seven, which is 40-45 in human years. As a senior, careful monitoring becomes even more important as disorders, such as thyroid and renal disease, become […]

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Are Lily Plants Poisonous to Cats?

It was a week before Valentine’s Day 2016 and as an adoring husband I made my plans to have flowers delivered to the College Manor Veterinary Hospital to be brought home to my wife Dr. Jacqui.  And because of our cat CiCi, who despite her age is still very inquisitive, I specifically asked the person […]

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Lyme Disease

While most of our blog topics relate to the health of your furry friends, this one is specific to Lyme disease and your health.

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