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Stoney Creek, ON L8E5R8 Canada


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Health and Wellness

Pet Health and Wellness Programs

As animals age their health care needs evolve with them. Our tailored health and wellness programs help to pinpoint their personalized medical needs and help you stay ahead, with ongoing preventive care, so you and your pet can live happy healthy lives.

Pet Health 

Bi-annual health and wellness visits

Establishes baseline information to help screen for early signs of potential diseases. Frequent visits minimize damage that can be done to your pet's internal systems through diagnostic testing.

Only a healthy pet is a happy companion. Assuring your pet's daily well-being requires regular care and close attention to any hint of ill health. We suggest consulting with us if your pet shows any of the following signs:

    * Abnormal discharges from the nose, eyes, or other body openings.
    * Abnormal behavior, sudden viciousness, or lethargy.
    * Abnormal lumps, limping, or difficulty getting up or lying down.
    * Loss of appetite, marked weight losses or gains, or excessive water consumption.
    * Difficult, abnormal, or uncontrolled waste elimination.
    * Excessive head shaking, scratching, and licking or biting any part of the body.
    * Dandruff, loss of hair, open sores, or a ragged or dull coat.
    * Foul breath or excessive tarter deposits on teeth.

Routine Vaccinations

Prevents and protects your pets against a variety of infectious diseases

Proper Nutrition

The power of pet food helps to ensure optimal development and offers a whole new level of preventive care to future health problems. When you pair quality nutrition with a Health and Wellness Program, you give your pet a happy, more enriched life. You’ll never look at your pet’s food the same way.

Fecal Testing and Deworming

Regular exams help detect parasites and other intestinal organisms that can cause disease. Deworming treatments for parasites like tapeworm, roundworm, hookworm and other disease-causing intestinal parasites, we recommend treatment multiple times throughout the year to ensure a parasite free pet.

Heart Worm and Flea Prevention

Heartworm disease is a potentially deadly disease that affects dogs, cats, ferrets, and other mammals. While heartworm infection is serious, the good news is that it's entirely preventable by a blood screening test and yearly prevention available both topically and orally. Fleas are the most common unwelcomed guests, these parasites attach themselves to the bodies of your dog or cat and suck their blood. Affecting not only your pets, but they can affect humans as well. They’re also the number one cause of allergies among pets. If not treated properly, fleas can lead to a number of medical issues for your pet, and an infestation of your home. Prevent these unwelcome pests by monthly treatments.

More information about ticks

More information about Heartworm

Dental Hygiene

Routine oral hygiene prevents serious infection, tooth loss, pain and the potential for heart and kidney disease.


Helps detect infections, dehydration and crystals. Issues with the urine are great indicators of related health issues and is a non-invasive way for your vet take a look into the inner workings of your animal.

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  • "We very recently just had to take our ferret Belle in for spaying in order to break her heat. They were amazing with her. Not only did they fix her problem, but they saved her life. Our family is forever grateful. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts."
    Katrina B / Stoney Creek, ON

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