Fear Free Happy Homes is Now Available

By January 8, 2018Uncategorized

It is with great excitement that we announce the launch of Fear Free Happy Homes, the pet owner resource for Fear Free. Many pet owners in Markham know now, that Dr. Marsig at the Animal Hospital in Unionville is a Certified Fear Free Professional. This certification process was created to make visits to your vet more enjoyable for your dog or cat.

Many dogs and cats are showing signs of fear when you want to bring them to your veterinary clinic. We want to make your pet’s life more enjoyable and a happy life starts at home.

Fear Free Happy Homes is designed to be the resource for our clients. You’ll get advice and help with:

  • Ongoing Fear Free education – from behavior, to training, grooming, nutrition, travel, safety, family and kids.
  • The Fear Free Happy Homes library features current content reviewed by boarded veterinary behaviorists.
  • Resources to prepare you for the next veterinary visit – an entire section of the website is dedicated to educating pet owners about the veterinary visit, including how to prepare their pet for the visit, the trip to the hospital, and what to expect during the visit.

Please watch these videos:

Fear Free Video1

Fear Free Video 2

 

If you found this blog informative, please share it with your friends on Facebook . Please call us (905)477-2323 for any questions or search for more articles on our website: http://unionvet.ca/resources/client-education/

Sincerely,

Dr. Ernst Marsig, veterinarian in Markham

Practicing Veterinary Medicine in Markham for a Long and Happy Life of ALL Your Pets.

Animal Hospital of Unionville, a veterinary clinic on the north side of  Hwy 7, serving all pets in Markham, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, Stouffville, and North York since 1966. We are your family vets for dogs, cats, pocket pets (rabbits, chinchillas, gerbils, mice, rats, hamsters, guinea pigs, skinny pigs, etc.), ferrets, and birds (budgies, cockatiel, parrots, amazon, cockatoo, love birds, conures, African greys, finches, canaries, etc.).

Disclaimer: No part of this website constitutes medical advice. Readers are advised to consult with their veterinarian.

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