Anyone who’s been to a veterinary clinic in the last couple months knows that things are different. You walk up to a door to find that it is locked. Maybe
COVID-19 has forced many people to change their daily routines, whether they no longer have jobs or are self-isolating, these people suddenly have more time on their hands. The changes
Many people are finding themselves with extra time on their hands. You know what they say about idle hands, so lets keep them busy! A few years ago we had
Well that title is open to some interesting interpretations! No, I don’t mean pregnant with a litter of cats. I mean pregnant with a human child. You are probably wondering,
My next step was deciding how to treat him…
In February 2016 it was Nigel’s turn to have his senior workup. Pez, my other senior cat, had already visited the clinic for hers. Digby and Winston, my two adult dogs, also had their checkups. I had left Nigel for last because he seemed the healthiest of the bunch.
This week’s blogger covers natural solutions for storm phobia and noise phobia in dogs.
Ticks are a part of life in Saskatchewan. We grow up knowing where they live and being taught to tuck our pants in our socks, but it never hurts to be reminded about the threats they pose and the proper removal of the little blood suckers.
Read this blog to learn more about the education and job description of your Registered Veterinary Technologists.
While most people consider the Robin a harbinger of spring, people who live in Saskatchewan know that another sign of the season is the emergence of ticks. This year, they have appeared earlier than they normally do…