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Signs of Tick Paralysis

Tick paralysis is a fairly common condition affecting cats and dogs in Australia. It is rare in North America (rarer still in Europe) and affects only dogs here in Canada.

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Tick Activity

On any warm days, particularly  the type of warm days we have had recently tick activity increases and they are actively seeking a host which can include our pets or us.

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Monthly Focus – Pet Safety on Valentine’s Day

Life would be ruff without you❤️ With Valentine’s Day around the corner, let’s take a moment to remember that our furry friends sometimes do NOT like the same gifts that we might. Did you know Lilies carry a toxin that can be fatal to cats? Opt in for pet friendly bouquets like Roses instead🌹(please mind…

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Monthly Focus – Winter Care for Your Pets

BRR it’s cold outside! It’s a common mistake to believe that dogs and cats are better equipped than people to deal with cold weather. Just like us, pets are susceptible to frostbite and hypothermia and should be kept inside during cold weather. For other tips relating to pet paw care and general pet health during…

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Monthly Focus – Pet Dental Health

Monthly Focus – Happy Healthy Cats 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…

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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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Monthly Focus – Parasite Awareness

Monthly Focus – Parasite Awareness 
Spring is here in Squamish, and with the warmer weather we routinely see a spike in the number of animals affected by both external and internal parasites.   [column-group] [column] EXTERNAL PARASITES Common external parasites of dogs and cats include: • fleas • ticks • lice • mites Ticks and…

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Monthly Focus – Dental Health

Monthly Focus –  Dental Health Pet dental care has improved the lives of more pets than any other advance in the field of routine veterinary care in the last 50 years. [column-group] [column] During the month of February, Garibaldi Veterinary Hospital is focusing on pet dental care. Oral health is an extremely important contributor to…

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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 of…

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National Bring Your Cat to the Vet Day!

Tuesday August 22 is Bring Your Cat to the Veterinarian Day! Tell your friends. Call us for tips on how to make it easy to bring in your furry friend for a vet visit: 604-898-9089! Or check out our recommendations here. #nationalbringyourcattothevetday

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