As a veterinary clinic in Markham since 1966,  our staff are animal lovers through and through! This is why we can’t help treating your pet as if they were our very own little guy or gal… One of the special reasons why generations of families from far and near keep bringing their “furry kids”  to our hospital on the  NORTH side of Highway 7, is because we have experience (over 150,000 treatments in the past 30 years) and we carefully spend the time with you.  The last thing you need is to be… Read more…

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    Does your pet have Cataracts?

    Chances are that your older dog or cat has some vision impairment. “In our practice we see hundreds of pet whose eyesight is declining with age” says Dr. Marsig, practicing veterinarian at the Animal Hospital of Unionville. “Most owners are surprised when we tell them that their pet has already slight cloudiness of the lens.”  What is Cataract? In veterinary … Read More »

    The most common nail injury in dogs – by a veterinarian in Markham.

    Nail injuries are common and preventable. Veterinarians in Markham see many torn off or broken nails in dogs. They usually happen when the nails are growing too long and catch against something when the dog is running. This is an extremely painful condition – although many pets don’t limp and hold the paw up. As Markham vets, we know that … Read More »

    A new perspective on crate training – explained by a veterinarian in Markham

    Crate training is good for dogs AND cats. Some people think it is cruel to confine your pet to such a small “prison cell” when it is actually quite natural. Veterinarians who are interested in behavioural therapy will confirm: Free roaming dogs and feral cats seek shelter in small, enclosed spaces to avoid being eaten by other predators. Dogs have … Read More »