Monthly Archives: June 2013
Although they can’t talk to us, our pets have other ways of letting us know that something is bothering them. Below are some things you can look at to help recognize sigs of pain in your pets: Look at your pet’s … Continue reading
It’s always a good time taking this group of dogs out for an adventure in the Squamish trails!
Stella and Chanel enjoyed a bit of catnip this morning and did some posing for the camera.
You found a mass on your pet… now what? Book an appointment with your veterinarian. Your veterinarian will assess them mass (along with a full physical exam of your pet) and take a fine needle biopsy from the mass. A … Continue reading
“Mischa” preparing to do her homework. Puppy socialization is a very important part of a puppy’s first steps in life. Proper socialization can help eliminate behavior problems in the future and help develop a better bond between the puppy and … Continue reading