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May 2018
Dr. Laura McDonald in surgery with Tech Ebony monitoring

Bringing a new furry family member home? Like any responsible pet owner, you’ll want to do all that you can to keep them healthy and happy. And one of the most important things you can do for your cat or dog is to have them spayed or neutered as soon as possible. This simple, low-cost procedure at a vet near me in Langley has a ton of great benefits that will add more purring and tail wagging in your home for many years to come. Reduces the Risk of Cancer in Pets......

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Dog white teeth dental langley Animal Clinic

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...


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Winter Pet Hazards

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...


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Pets love to chew. From shoes and furniture to clothes and even your fingers, your dog or cat will munch on just about anything they can get their furry little paws on. Destructive chewing...


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Cat scratching flea and tick

1. Know when flea season will strike. Flea and ticks season hits worse in the summertime. Though it is an all year round problem, which is why we advise year-round flea protection. Ticks are...


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All You Need To Know About Cats.

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...


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New years Pet Resolutions

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...


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About Langley Animal Clinic

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...


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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....


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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...


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