Ruptured Cranial Cruciate Ligaments In Dogs (CCL of ACL tear)

Ruptured Cranial Cruciate Ligaments In Dogs (CCL of ACL tear)

A ruptured cranial cruciate ligament is the most common knee injury in our pet dogs. Larger breed dogs, particularly Labrador retrievers, Golden retrievers, Rottweilers, Neoplitan mastiff, Newfoundlands, Staffordshire Terriers and Labradoodles seem particularly prone....
February is dental month at Amherst Veterinary Hospital

February is dental month at Amherst Veterinary Hospital

February is dental month at Amherst Veterinary Hospital and we are excited to help give your pet a shiny, healthy smile! Have you checked your pet’s breath lately? Does it make you run across the room? The clinical name for bad breath is halitosis and often there is a...
Leptospirosis in the news

Leptospirosis in the news

Here is a recent article in the news about a dog that died on Vancouver Island due to Leptospirosis. We have received multiple calls from concerned clients as to whether they need to worry about this disease for their dogs. Although not a common disease, Leptospirosis...
Pot Roast and Puppies

Pot Roast and Puppies

Not all dogs like puppies, and it’s not hard to tell why. Puppies lack manners. They nip. They jump. They have seemingly endless piles of energy. Ask anyone with a puppy and they’ll tell you that nothing is more difficult than training a new one. What makes us humans...
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