Events

  • Jul 02 2020

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    Pets and COVID-19

    With over 9 million cases reported globally, COVID-19 continues to impact our daily lives. While there’s no evidence that animals playing a significant role in spreading the virus, the FDA is…

  • Jun 25 2020

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    Summer Heat: Thunderstorms and Fireworks!

    Summer is here! And so too are thunderstorms and fireworks—which may cause fear and anxiety with your dog. Those booming fireworks and natural “light shows” may be fun for you to watch, but…

  • Jun 18 2020

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    June is Adopt-A-Cat Month

    Kitten season is upon us, meaning shelters are starting to fill up with kittens in need of a forever home. June marks “Adopt-A-Cat Month” and with COVID-19 still making an impact on our…

  • Jun 11 2020

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    It’s Pet Appreciation Week!

    Pet Appreciation Week is a time to celebrate all the wonderful companion animals in our lives! Our pets give us so much—unconditional love, someone to greet us everyday, not to mention that pet…

  • Jun 04 2020

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    RE-OPENING PHASE ONE June 8th 2020

    With the great news that Nova Scotia Government has approved Phase One as presented by our provincial veterinary association, we have been busy preparing for June 8th.  We are looking forward to…

  • Jun 04 2020

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    Wellness Checklist – What You may Have Missed During COVID-19 Isolation

    The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our daily activities – right down to taking Fido or Fluffy to see your veterinarian. While many veterinary hospitals are opening up to see more than just emergency…

  • May 28 2020

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    Keeping your Pets Water Safe this Summer

    Summer will be here before we know it! While we’re not sure just yet if we’ll face travel restrictions due to COVID-19, there’s a chance some of us will still be hitting the beach, heading to a…

  • May 21 2020

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    Disease-Detecting Dogs – Even COVID-19

    Scent detection dogs, or sniffer dogs, can be trained to sniff out many different things including contraband drugs, explosives, missing people, and disease.  With up to 300 million smell…