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Bladder Stones in Dogs

Bladder stones (or what are referred to as uroliths or calculi) can form in dogs, cats, and humans. These often look exactly like stones you can find on the ground outside, and they can come in many different sizes.

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Cold Weather Suggestions

With the weather cooling down quickly, it’s time to start thinking about how your pet fares during the winter months. The drastic change in temperature can mean changes to your daily routine with your pet, making it important for pet parents to consider these topics.

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Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome

Cognitive dysfunction syndrome (CDS) is a decline in brain function without any underlying medical disease. Cognitive dysfunction is similar to dementia or Alzheimer’s in humans, where we can see degeneration in the brain lead to disorientation and changes in behaviour.

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Feline Aggression

Has your cat suddenly become aggressive towards yourself or other people or animals in the household? A lot of times, suddenly occurring behaviour problems in both dogs and cats are prefaced by various warning signs that can go unnoticed.

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Roundworms in Dogs

Roundworms are a parasitic nematode found throughout the world. In Canada, two main species of roundworms infect dogs: Toxocara canis and Toxascaris leonina.

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Flea Allergy Dermatitis (FAD)

FAD is the most common skin disease found in dogs and cats caused by an external parasite.

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