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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    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 »

    Can Dogs Get Ebola Virus?

    And can people be infected by their dog? With the current outbreak of Ebola in Africa and its entry to the United States, a lot of pet owners have been wondering whether or not their dogs can get Ebola virus. Every day we are faced with the shocking truth about the outburst of this pandemic. Fatality rate among humans is … Read More »

    The Carnivore’s Diet Myth

    As any veterinarian in Markham will tell you, zoologically, dogs are carnivores (meat-eaters). So are black bears. Their teeth look like those of meat eaters like polar bears. Interestingly this doesn’t mean that black bears and dogs actually live on meat alone. Like black bears, dogs eat all kinds of things. They are physiologically omnivores (everything-eaters). I have in my … Read More »