The Essential & Optional Shots For Your Pet Cat There are two general categories of pet vaccines, essential and optional. In order to qualify your pet your vet will ask you questions about your cat’s lifestyle and any specific concerns you may have. These days after the initial courses, durations of immunity for some vaccines are longer than they used to be so you should ask which protocol your vet advises or uses in their clinic. Feline herpes virus, feline Feline Panleukopenia Virus and Feline Calicivirus are considered core advised vaccines. Optional vaccines......
We are pleased to offer very affordable pet teeth cleaning and pet dental health care. The Langley Animal clinic suggests pet dental exams should ideally be every 6 months to help alert us to potential problems before they become severe. The Langley Animal Clinic has a team of very dedicated Veterinarians, Animal Health Technicians and Assistants that are here to support your pets health, including oral health care. Many clients are concerned about general health and are careful to keep vaccinations up to date, but may forget about the importance of their pets......
Langley Animal Clinic is excited to announce our new blood donor program. We are looking for a few lifesaving canine donors. There is a constant demand for blood. Please help us! Contact Dr.Joseph O’Sullivan at email@example.com Criteria for Canine Donors Donors must be up to date on vaccinations Weigh 23kg (50lbs) or more 1 year of age up to 8 years Healthy physical condition Even temperament Our veterinary team will ensure that your dog meets all the donor requirements. All blood donors will receive an initial physical examination and blood typing. They......
Our pets have similar needs as we do in the winter months , warmth, good nutrition, fresh air, sufficient exercise. Here are a few other things you should consider to help winterize or prepare your pets for the cold weather. Bang the car hood!– Cats are known to climb into a car engine to stay warm. Try to locate your outdoor cats before you turn over the ignition. Recently a very pregnant cat turned up at a local dealership under the hood of a truck, thankfully she was okay and her kittens......
Sizzling Summer Safety Do’s and Don’ts for Pets: DON’T leave your pet in the the car when its warm or sunny. Cars can heat up very quickly and become fatal to dogs or cats. DO be extra careful if your pet is in this group: Any pet can be a victim of heatstroke, but flat-faced breeds, such as English and French Bulldogs, Pugs, Boston Terriers and Pekingese cannot breathe and pant as effectively, and can get heatstroke very quickly. DO go for walks at dawn and dusk, when its coolest. This will......
Why not pledge to change things up a bit this year and create a list of new years pet resolutions. While most of us are spending time dreaming up ways to address human resolutions we would like to encourage you to address some resolutions for your pets. These resolutions would not be possible without our full commitment and pledge to ensure our pets will have a happier healthier 2015. These are just a few suggestions for you to consider adding to your list this year. TAKE SOME NEW ADVENTURES TOGETHER Mix up......
Christmas Tree Hazard-You might enjoy the fresh scent of a real Christmas tree every year but this year please take extra care in choosing your tree. There has been reports of cats and kittens dying after ingesting pine needles from trees sprayed with Ethylene Glycol, a chemical commonly found in anti-freeze. It is reported that these trees were sprayed to prevent frost from damaging them once cut. This chemical Ethylene Glycol is extremely toxic to cats. The coating tastes sweet and would be hard for cats to resist. Block pets from tree......
We have an exciting new way to track your pet passport online. Life of Paw keeps track of your pets medical information where you won’t lose it. Get important reminders for your pet. Fun and free stuff for your pet. Keep in touch with the Langley Animal Clinic by creating a profile for your pet. Please sign up your pets at: www.lifeofpaw.ca Any questions about this please call 604-534-4813 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org ...
Halloween can be a stressful and scary time for pets. A few simple precautions can keep your celebrations fun for everyone in the family, and safe for your pets. ID YOUR PET With doorbells and knocking, opening and closing doors, a stressed pet could easily bolt through an open door. For that reason having their collar on with up to date information, and any other form of ID such as a tattoo or a microchip will give your pet the best chance of being returned to you. Also make sure your veterinarian has......
Spring is here! The warmer weather and Easter Holidays bring lots of enjoyment for us and our furry companions. It also brings a few hazards that shouldn’t be ignored. To avoid spending your Easter at the Veterinarian here are a few tips to prevent accidents or illness. There are a few sweets we like to share with family and friends that can potentially be very toxic to our pets. Please keep sweets, treats and chocolates out of reach. Chocolate, Coffee, Caffeine -These products all contain substances called methylxanthines , which are found in......