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Loving Your Pet: Dos and Don’ts

It’s February, and that means love is in the air—but are you loving your pet the right way? Here are five dos and don’ts to help you show your furry valentine some love this month and all year long.


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Tam's Christmas

In December, the Guide Dog Puppy Raisers met with people who were blind and had working dogs.

It was great to actually interact with people whose lives were changed by having a guide dog.

Dr. Wade, her husband and Tam sat a table with a woman who was both an opera singer and voice teacher.

She has traveled through Europe performing with the help of her guide dog.

It was wonderful to learn about the daily lives of someone who is vision impaired and leads a full life that is even more enriched with a trained Guide Dog.


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What Is Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)?

Is your cat urinating outside the litter box? Don’t get mad—get him to the vet!

There can be a few reasons that your kitty may be going outside the box, including bladder infection, kidney disease, diabetes, behaviour issues, or Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD).

Feline lower urinary tract disease, also known as feline urologic syndrome (FUS) or feline idiopathic cystitis (FIC), is a general term for a variety of conditions affecting the bladder and urethra.


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4 Keys to a Healthy Heart

Did you know that heart-healthy lifestyle tips for humans apply to pets, too? In light of American Heart Month, we’ve compiled a list of things you and your furry friend can do together to keep your tickers in top shape.


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Taking Care of Your Dog’s Paws

Your four-legged friend’s feet play an important role in his daily life. They provide insulation to keep him warm in cold temperatures, contain sweat glands to cool him off in the heat, absorb shock, provide traction and balance, bear the majority of his weight, and allow him to run to greet you at the end of a long day.

Unfortunately, this means they also endure a lot of wear and tear. Watch out for these paw problems—and catch any issues early by regularly checking your dog’s digits.


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