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Monthly Focus – Nutrition

Monthly Focus – Nutrition Just as in humans, nutrition is a vital component of overall pet health and longevity; however, animal nutrition needs are not exactly the same as ours. [column-group] [column] Diet is an important cornerstone to proper care, and every pet owner should know the basics of nutrition. There are an incredible number of excellent…

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Making Travel and Veterinary Visits With Your Cat Easier

  Helping your cat to be comfortable with car rides and being in a carrier will make veterinary visits less stressful for both of you! You’ll be more able to get your cat to the veterinary hospital in times of need and for routine preventive health.   First, choose a carrier that is appropriate for…

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Monthly Focus – Feline Health

Monthly Focus – Feline Health One of the most positive impacts we can have on feline health is regular veterinary check ups. Cats are masters at hiding or disguising symptoms of disease and owners may not be aware their cat is sick until the illness becomes critical. [column-group] [column] It’s important to remember that indoor cats…

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Fractured Canine Tooth

Unfortunately, fractured teeth are common in dogs and cats.         If a fracture does not expose the root canal, a restorative can be applied to protect the exposed dentin (the softer part of the tooth structure underneath the hard enamel). If the root canal is exposed, then root canal therapy is necessary…

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Ticks and Tick Borne Diseases

What are ticks? Ticks are external parasites that feed on the blood of a host which can be human or animal. Ticks are in the arachnid family (spider, scorpion, mite, etc). There are over 40 different species of ticks across North America and several that can be encountered in BC. Two species of tick are…

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We welcome new pets and owners to the Sea to Sky Corridor!

We’d like to take this opportunity to extend a very warm welcome to all who have recently moved to  Squamish and the Sea to Sky community.   If you have recently moved with your pets and haven’t yet had the opportunity to establish a relationship with a Squamish veterinarian, we encourage you to do so.…

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Dr Tom Honey

Signs of Dental Disease can be Subtle!

We have learned to never ignore a potential sign of dental disease, however subtle.   In Bobby’s case, there was more tartar on the teeth on the left side than there was on the right side of his mouth. This made me concerned that there was some painful problem on the left side that was making…

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Wishing you a happy and safe holiday season

Happy Howl-idays!   It’s the most magical time of year again! Snow on the mountains, Christmas trees all decorated and gatherings with family and friends – all of our favourite things. Let’s make sure our pets also enjoy a happy and safe holiday season.   Anxiety in cats Stress in cats is more noticeable around…

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senior pets

Monthly Focus – Senior Pet Health

Monthly Focus 
Animals age more quickly than humans. In fact, dogs are considered seniors at age seven and cats at eight years of age!   [column-group] [column] Similar to humans, animals become more prone to a number of age-related problems as they grow older, including heart disease, kidney disease, osteoarthritis and cancer. During the month…

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Dr Tom Honey

Parvovirus Outbreak

There have been a number of cases of Parvovirus among dogs in Squamish recently.   This potentially deadly disease is one of the diseases that we vaccinate for.   Parvovirus is extremely contagious. It can be transmitted from dog to dog by direct contact, contact with feces or even indirect contact with objects or an environment…

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