So, your pet has been diagnosed with Diabetes, what now? Since 2011 the diagnosis of diabetes in pets has increased by 32% in dogs and 16% in cats[1], and just like humans, cats can be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Though it may feel like the end of the world, many pets live long and happy […]

I remember as a child visiting my best friend. They had a little dog who would welcome you into the house with a wagging tail, but the moment you tried to leave she would bite your ankles. It started out as nipping and eventually got so bad that she’d draw blood. Ankle biting is not […]

Teaching your dog to “Drop it” is not only for ball game, but for many things your dog may pick up during the day; a shoe, your child’s favourite teddy, a bone they find while out on a walk. Teaching him to open his mouth and let you take an object from him is a […]

You’ve probably heard your veterinarian tell you to neuter or spay your pet. You’ve probably heard friends and family recommend it as well. Some of us have heard it so often, we don’t pay attention when the topic is brought up anymore. But if we can beg your attention for just a few minutes today, […]

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