Resolutions For People With Timid Dogs

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Happy New Year! It’s hard to believe that 2021 is out the door, and we’re already into 2022. New Year’s Eve can be pretty scary for dogs, particularly those who are naturally timid. If your canine buddy is a nervous … Read More »

2021 Holiday Hours

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Our Holiday Hours are as follows: Friday December 24th – 8:00am to 1:00pm Saturday December 25th – Closed Saturday Sunday December 26th – Closed Monday December 27th – Closed Friday December 31st – Closed January 1st – Closed Sunday January … Read More »

Holiday Gifts For Lazy Cats

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Happy Holidays! At this time of year, we often get lots of photos, videos, and stories about our feline friends wreaking havoc on Christmas trees. Of course, some kitties are more interested in napping beneath the tree than in trying … Read More »

International Animal Rights Day

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International Animal Rights Day is December 10th. This is one cause we definitely want to help support! Awareness of the need for more stringent animal protection laws has been growing rapidly in recent years, but there is still a long … Read More »

Pet Memorial Projects

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Have you recently had to say goodbye to a beloved pet? If so, please accept our sincerest condolences. Anyone who’s ever had to say goodbye to a furry best friend can attest to the fact that losing an animal companion … Read More »

Global Cat Day

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Tomorrow, October 16th, is International Cat Day! Kitties are beloved pets all over the world, and they definitely deserve to be celebrated. Here, an Oshawa, ON vet lists some fun facts about our feline friends. Numbers Although it’s probably impossible … Read More »

Fall With Pocket Pets

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Do you have a tiny pet, like a mouse, gerbil, hamster, or Guinea pig? These little guys are super cute, and are always fun to watch. Our littler animal companions of course live in terrariums or cages, so they aren’t … Read More »

Signs of Sickness in Reptiles

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Have you recently adopted a reptile? One thing that’s very important is being able to spot signs of illness. This can be a bit tricky with reptiles, so you may need to do some research to know what to look … Read More »

Pets and Plants

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Spring is here, and many people are headed outside to do some gardening. This is also a time of year where many folks like to repot their indoor plants, and perhaps adopt a few new ones. Plants can be very … Read More »