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24
Jan 2015

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......

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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...


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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...


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How to make this Holiday safe for your pets This is a wonderful time of year for celebrations with family and friends, so many fun festivities, holiday decorations, and not to mention the holiday feasts.  Along...


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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...


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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...


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New Purina Pet Slim Down Project Did you know that even a few extra pounds can increase the risk of serious health issues for your pet. Our clinic can provide the expert knowledge and...


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We have a new veterinarian at the Langley Animal Clinic. Dr Cynthia Rose has just joined our team at the Langley Animal Clinic, bringing our team of veterinarians to seven (soon we will have...


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Here are some of our Langley Animal Clinic vet tips on keeping your pet cool this summer Now that it seems summer has finally arrived we love to get out and enjoy it with...


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The summer is tick season for sure!! Ticks are more active and so are we out this time year, so it’s not surprising that we come in contact with more of these creepy crawlies....


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