Our Vancouver Veterinary Hospital Discusses: Bladder Stones

Our Vancouver Veterinary Hospital Discusses: Bladder Stones

Bladder Stones: When to Pursue Surgery and When to Try Diet Therapy Recently I saw an interesting case of a dog that was brought to our Vancouver veterinary hospital because she had urinated in the house. Gigi is a 3 ½ year old, house trained, spayed, female Miniature...
Are Anesthesia Free Dentals as Effective as They Seem?

Are Anesthesia Free Dentals as Effective as They Seem?

Like us, every time our pets eat there is a bacterial film called plaque, which builds up on the surfaces of their teeth. When mixed with calcium this forms hard deposits on the teeth called tartar. Over time, plaque and tartar on the teeth contribute to gum recession...
Amherst Veterinary Hospital

Pin It on Pinterest

Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly.Update my browser now

×