We are really overwhelmed to announce that our veterinary services at Hwy 401 Warden Pet Hospital are ranked best in Scarborough. We are the #1 Animal & Pet Health Clinic that is constantly delivering quality treatment to your adorable pets from past years. It is a great achievement and we would really like to thank our patients who realized our capability and posted positive reviews for us.
The New Year is here. Make a resolution that you will keep your pet healthy and happy throughout the year. Whether you have a dog, hampster, cat, reptile or any other type of pet, your little pal will help create beautiful memories in the coming year as well. This is the time when review your pet's health care regimen again, see if you need to make any changes.
Cats are known for hiding illness, weakness and pain and you would not know they are suffering from serious illness until its too late. That's why, regular physical examination is required so that your veterinarian can detect health changes and illness in the senior cat.
October is here which means its time for pumpkin-flavored goodies, not to mention cooler weather. At its core, Halloween is all about chills and thrills – but between all the excitement and chaos, pet owners can overlook their pet's safety.
During hot summer months, simply playing fetch with your pet can leave him/her out of breath and lethargic. While humans can become uncomfortable when the temperature rises, their furry companions can get extremely sick. A dog's body does not cool down very easily and can sometimes become overheated, which can cause more severe problems such as dehydration and heatstroke.
Even the thought of parasites makes most people cringe. Studies have shown that around 34% of all dogs in Canada have some type of intestinal parasite. Worse yet, many people are found infected with the roundworm toxocara. That's right: people can also get roundworms, and other parasites, just like pets get them. Besides being creepy, parasites pose a serious health issue to both the pets and pet owners.
We all love our pets. For many of us, one way we show that love is through special treats that sometimes include human foods. These little treats can be fun for both pet and owner as long as we don't 'overdo' it and make them obese. However, every pet owner needs to understand that dogs and cats are very different from humans.
Nowadays, there are various physical and environmental conditions that make your pets fall ill. Every pet owner deals with this fact and looks for ways to treat and prevent their furry friends from various health illnesses. Experts recommend that annual checkups is the best way to catch the problems earlier.
Diet plays a vital role in preventing diabetes in cats. According to our animal hospital Scarborough vets, most cats develop type 2 diabetes, but some also develop a different type of diabetes – type 1 diabetes. In both the cases, feeding a balanced diet is crucial to control and manage the disease.
You gotta love winters in Canada. From coast to coast, we experience freezing wind chills and crazy ice storms; and we still go outside with our dogs. Even the smallest and hairless four-legged friends of ours love playing in the drifts after a snowfall.