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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    How to clip your pet’s nails at home

    Healthy paws and claws require routine trimming for most dogs and cats. If nails are not kept short, it can make it difficult for your pet to walk, cause injuries when the nails become caught, and cause painful infections if they grow into the paw pads. Keeping your pet’s nails trimmed and healthy does not necessarily require a trip to … Read More »

    How to train your cat to like the carrier

    Time to bring Kitty to your veterinarian in Markham? We understand that cats and carriers often don’t mix – and we want to help! With some time and patience, even the most terrified of cats can become fans of their carrier. Follow these 4 simple steps to keep mayhem to a minimum for traveling with your cat or transporting her … Read More »

    Important Notice: “Heartworm medication” that doesn’t work…

    Protect yourself and your dog from the wrong medication. Products sold in pet stores may look like heartworm medication… but they are useless to protect your dog from this disease.   Markham veterinary hospitals have many different kinds of medication available against heartworm, fleas, mites, ticks, and internal parasites. However products being sold in pet stores resemble heartworm medication, but … Read More »


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