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 cold snaps, please visit this link.

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DR. TOM HONEY

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine / Hospital Director

Dr. Tom Honey hails from Campbellford, Ontario. His veterinary education took him to the esteemed Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph, followed by several years in Toronto area practices.

Dr. Honey believes his role is to advocate for pet health, starting with illness prevention. At the same time, he is committed to developing leading edge diagnostic and treatment techniques. He engages in countless hours of continued education in dental care, diagnostic ultrasound and internal medicine. These tools help him diagnose and best treat patients suffering from health problems ranging from the common to extremely obscure.

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