Thanksgiving Hazards: No Bones About It

Thanksgiving Hazards: No Bones About It

This weekend, many of us will be enjoying delicious Thanksgiving feast with our friends and families. And while it can be tempting to share some of our tasty treats with our beloved pets, many of these indulgences are not so safe for our furry friends. Turkey Bones...
Amherst Veterinary Hospital discusses: Why Dentals?

Amherst Veterinary Hospital discusses: Why Dentals?

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...
Rescue A Boxer Thank You Letter

Rescue A Boxer Thank You Letter

Rescue A Boxer is a wonderful rescue organization that works to find forever homes for Boxers in Canada. These boxers come to RAB through shelters, other rescues, breeders, or are surrendered by previous owners. Rescue A Boxer hosts an annual Pub Night Fundraiser, and...
October is Dental Month at Amherst Veterinary Hospital

October is Dental Month at Amherst Veterinary Hospital

It’s the most wonderful time of the year….Dental month at Amherst Veterinary Hospital! This means that if you book your pet in for a basic dental cleaning (not including extractions) they will receive a 15% discount, a free bag of either Hill’s T/D Oral...
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