It’s the time of year when pet lice are on the loose throughout grooming salons, doggie daycares, and boarding kennels! Lice may give you the creepy-crawlies, but luckily dog and cat lice are species-specific, which means that you can’t get … Continued
If you’ve just welcomed a new kitten into your furry family – congratulations! You’re about to embark on a fun and exciting journey as your new addition starts to explore the world around her, but you’ll want to keep an … Continued
By Dr. Charlene Laprise, DVM – Vets To Go Edmonton There are few things as frustrating to dog owners as when their faithful canine companion messes in the house. They’re otherwise an adorable, perfect, loving companion, but even the most … Continued
Do we have heartworm in Alberta and do you need to protect your cats and dogs from it with a prescription medication? Hear what Vets To Go Founder Dr. Wendy McClelland recommends on this episode of ‘Ask. Dr. Wendy’.
From tornados to thrilling thunderstorms, we’ve had some wild weather in Alberta this summer! For some dogs, Mother Nature’s dazzling displays can turn even the most mellow mutt into a scaredy cat. Not surprisingly, storm anxiety is fairly common in … Continued
As you work on your own New Year’s Resolutions for yourself, don’t forget to include your pets in those plans! Here are 5 New Year’s Resolutions for pets to help your furry family live happier and healthier for years to come. 1. … Continued
Is Fido Festival Ready? By Dr. Wendy McClelland, DVM – Founder & Chief Medical Officer, Vets To Go Mobile Veterinary Care With festival season upon us, we’re all eager to get out and enjoy the sunshine, and who better to accompany us … Continued
Is Fido Festival Ready? By Dr. Wendy McClelland, DVM – CEO & Chief Medical Officer, Vets To Go Mobile Vet Service Hot days, blue skies and the warm breezes tell me that the Lilac Festival is right around the corner! When … Continued
A pet that’s a little pudgy and fat can seem cute, but it’s a serious concern that can not only create a lot of health problems, but can get expensive. Is your pet fat? Here’s how to check.
Dogs add so much to our lives — love, laughter and companionship .. but aggressive behaviour can make things difficult. Here’s how to avoid and deal with problematic aggression.
Bringing a new puppy into your home requires a lot of preparation if you are to keep both your pet and possessions safe. Here’s what to consider before and after your puppy comes home.