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Pet of the Month: July 2015 – “Baby” Gillis – By: Michelle W. ACA

  “Baby” Gillis is a lovely 3-year-old domestic medium-hair feline that was brought into Aimee’s home as a foster at first, but then became part of the family pretty quickly. At the beginning of Baby’s story, it was scary.  She most likely was confused about what was happening, as being in a new home is […]

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Bringing your cat to vet… Why must this be an awful ordeal? By Jodi Nantais, RVT

Or does it have to be? What your cat is like prior to going to the vet?  There are many things owners can do make their feline friends more comfortable leaving the comforts of their home.  These easy steps make necessary trips to the veterinarian’s office much easier and maybe even enjoyable. Cats should be […]

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Pet of the Month June: Thomas by Nicole Arruda, CSR

  “Miracles were just second chances if you really thought about it – second chances when all hope was lost.” ― Kaya McLaren Working in the veterinary field one is exposed to the happiest of stories, as well as the saddest. All in one day, you see tears, smiles, wagging dog tails, purring cats, and […]

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Feline Dental Conditions by Dr.Kate Todd

Written by Dr. Kate Todd  North Town Veterinary Hospital Cats always seem to like to do things their own special way… they like the litter box cleaned just so, they like their chins rubbed occasionally but not too often, and they certainly enjoy their cat naps.  They also seem to be individuals when it comes to […]

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What is it like to have a vet exam?

Written by  Michelle Walsh  Animal Care Assistant, North Town Veterinary Hospital Firstly, I know everyone thinks that having your pet in for an exam is stressful and time consuming, but you need to look at the bigger picture here! It’s a chance to learn more about your pet, and ways to continue their care. When […]

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Community Parks and Dogs

End of school is here!  As a mum of two young boys, we live in our little park. Dogs pass through with their owners enjoying an evening walk, the kids are playing grounders and building sand castles, and the parents are unwinding from a hectic day at work and after-school activities.

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