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Tick season is here! Contact us today to order your pet's tick and parasite prevention. 613-825-5001
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The internet - a blessing and a curse. We love to see that people are taking an interest in their pets food and are passionate in their search for a good quality food. Not all websites are equal. One of the most popular food rating websites is run by a human dentist! Here are some tips to guide yourself to better quality facts and sites.
http://vetnutrition.tufts.edu/2016/07/paging-dr-google-nutrition-on-the-internet/

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A reminder to our clients to contact us before December 16th if you need to renew your pet's prescription during the holidays. Our suppliers and compounding pharmacy will be closed for Christmas and delivery times may be delayed. Give us a call at 613-825-5001 if you need to place an order!
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One of the things we've learned is that many cats don't like coming to the vet. There are definitely a variety of factors contributing to this, and most of it likely involves the trip in. Cat carriers and car rides are just some of the things that are putting major stress on your beloved feline friend This article may help finesse your cat-capturing and transportation skills:
http://www.wpr.org/how-take-your-cat-vet-and-live-tell-tale

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Dash came in for his vaccines today. He is a 5 month old rare breed: A Chinese Crested dog. He is a great little guy and his breed is considered more hypoallergenic than most.
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2016-11-17
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We are all ready for this weekend's Pet Expo! Don't forget to stop by our booth to say hi! #ottawapetexpo2016
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We wish every cat was as laid back as Piper in the vet clinic. We do our best to make them all feel calm!
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Ella is as cute as they come! She decided that eating a small rubber ball was a fun idea - silly puppy. Dr. Gumley was able to successfully remove it by endoscope, meaning she didn't have to go to surgery, and she is doing great!
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11/10/16
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