Pet Owners Need To Know About These Four Household Toxins

Pet Owners Need To Know About These Four Household Toxins

Does your pet have free reign of your home? There's nothing wrong with that! However, it's best that you be mindful of certain household items that are within their reach. Beaches Animal Hospital is equipped to take care of your pet if they get ahold of something they...

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What You Need To Know About Lyme Disease In Dogs

What You Need To Know About Lyme Disease In Dogs

Lyme Disease is prevalent in Canada and not always easy to diagnose. According to CanLyme, "it’s difficult to accurately diagnose animals with Lyme disease. In most cases, a Lyme diagnosis is based on whether the pet lives in a tick-infested area, has signs of...

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Use These Tips To Get Your Cat To Use The Litter Box

Use These Tips To Get Your Cat To Use The Litter Box

Whether you bring home a new kitten or adopt an older cat (click here to see our current adoptable pets), litter box training is a big part of getting them comfortable in their new home. Why is this so important? Many cats surrendered to shelters every year are done...

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Keep Your Pet Safe From These Valentine’s Day Dangers

Keep Your Pet Safe From These Valentine’s Day Dangers

Valentine's Day is meant to spend with people (and animals) that you love, celebrating your relationship and strong bond. A day traditionally filled with chocolate, candies, and flowers will be sure to make the human in your life smile. However, these same items...

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Why Does My Pet Have Bad Breath?

Why Does My Pet Have Bad Breath?

Bad breath is bad breath, whether it's coming from a human or an animal. February is Dental Health Month, and we’re here to help your pet get their bad breath in order! All it takes is a  little bit of work from you and some maintenance from  the Beaches...

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Cats Head Bump Humans Out Of Love, We Promise

Cats Head Bump Humans Out Of Love, We Promise

Does your cat come up and bump you with their head? Whether it's the leg, arm, or another part of your body, cats are known to head bump their owners and today we're going to tell you why. We can promise, it's not a bad thing! Congratulations, you’re part of the crew!...

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