Special Cases

Aug
11
Surgery to remove foreign material is necessary when the pet has eaten something and it cannot be vomited up nor passed through the guts. Find out what you need to know here: https://www.canadianveterinarians.net/documents/foreign-body-surgery-what-you-need-to-know   Pictures: Photo #1 - This item is a piece from a cat toy. The elastic string holds the toy and the plastic cap fits onto the fishing wand. A great reminder that even store bought toys made especially for our pets, can... Read More
Aug
11
This foreign body find was successfully removed from this dogs jaw. Bones can become lodged or splinter in the digestive system. Surgery to remove foreign material is necessary when the pet has eaten something and it cannot be vomited up nor passed through the guts. Find out what you need to know here: https://www.canadianveterinarians.net/documents/foreign-body-surgery-what-you-need-to-know
Oct
02
“Susie” is a nine year old spayed female Border Collie mix, who belongs to Jon and Sophie.  We became concerned when we noticed that her left eye appeared to have something growing on it.  On exam, Susie had a slightly raised, pink film covering part of the cornea (the clear part of the eye) on the left eye.  There was no evidence of trauma to the eye, no corneal ulcers, and no evidence of a foreign object under the eyelids.  The rest of her physical examination... Read More
Sep
04
Mollie is a 5 year old spayed female Basset Hound cross owned by Irene, one of our staff members. Mollie’s favorite pastimes are eating and cuddling with family members.   Mollie has had intermittent flare ups of rashes on her chest, belly and feet, which have increased in frequency every year.  This summer, flare ups worsened.   Mollie began continually chewing on her feet, scratching her belly and licking any body part that she could reach.  She had been... Read More
Giving mom (Clara) a break with some play time.
Aug
19
Clara is a very friendly, black and white Domestic Shorthair female cat, who is about 1 year old and weighs about 4 kg.  She had given birth on the 8th of August, 2013 to 4 apparently healthy kittens - 1 girl and 3 boys.  She was surrendered to the OSPCA and brought to us on the 10th of August, 2013, because she was found rolling uncontrollably, and was unable to right herself, walk or care for her babies.  There was a concern that she may have been hurt or have eaten something... Read More

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