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Valentines Day Safety Tips

Valentine’s day is here and love is in the air!

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Please Check the Safety of your Christmas Decorations! by Dr. Brenda Gough

We have recently been informed that some Christmas trees (real, not fake) are coated with a paint that contains ethylene glycol.  Ethylene glycol is a substance usually found in antifreeze, which is highly toxic to pets. Ethylene glycol toxicity is seen often in veterinary clinics, and in order to be successfully treated, the pet must […]

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Watch out for those boxes of chocolate under the Christmas tree!

Written by Dr. Sarah Martin Well, it is that time of year… for vet clinics it is the time of year for the phone call, “my dog got under the tree and ate 3 boxes of chocolates, what should I do?” Yikes! Most pet owners know that chocolate is toxic—but what happens? Why? What should […]

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Winter Care for Dogs Outdoors by Diane Black

There are all kinds of weather conditions which can affect your dog and how you should care for them. Winter is one of the most hazardous for dogs as many things can happen. Just as our children need extra care during winter months, so do our dogs. Here are a few suggestions to keep everyone […]

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National Cupcake Day!

Park Road Vet Clinic will once again be participating in the National Cupcake Day in support of the SPCA and Humane Societies.

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