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Kitten Vaccinations

Vaccinating your kitten is very crucial at a young age. Read more to find out the important of kitten vaccination.

 

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Hypothyroidism in Dogs

Read about how hypothyroidism can threaten your pet's health.

 

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Dental Care Month

The most commonly diagnosed health problem in pets is dental disease. Take measures today to prevent dental damage!

 

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Welcome to Baxter Animal Hospital in Sudbury

Baxter Animal Hospital is a companion animal veterinary clinic that has been serving the Sudbury, Ontario area for over 15 years. We are committed to providing the highest quality of pet care throughout the life of your dog and cat. Our staff focuses on preventative medicine for your new puppy and kitten, including neuter and spay surgery, routine vaccinations, and flea and heartworm prevention. Our veterinarians provide early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages; as well as surgical and long term care to help your loved one stay healthy for a lifetime.

Meet the Team
This is by far, the best veterinary clinic I have ever been to. They have been compassionate, kind and incredibly…

Mary-ann Harrison

Amazing and caring ppl and they are great with the animals and call after hours to check on there patients…

Devona Bloom

I was visiting Sudbury and my little dog developed a bladder infection. The friendly receptionist got me in and I…

Linda Greig

The receptionist that I spoke to said all I needed to know about the type of animal clinic Baxter Animal…

Kile Moreau

Great service and caring staff. Highly recommended vet.

Joel Baribeau

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Murray and Angel

I have always been in awe of the relationship between different species of pets in the same home.  I have a dog and 3 cats. The dog I currently have is a very timid, sensitive, lazy black lab. Yes, there is actually such thing as a calm, quiet Labrador Retriever! But there is a problem. She will not stick up for herself with my male cat, Murray.

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What is Pyometra and How Can it Harm My Pet?

As a veterinarian, there are certain diseases and conditions that I encounter more commonly than others. There is one condition in particular that I often see in older, intact female dogs/cats. This condition is called pyometra. This condition can be life-threatening to your pet and often quite expensive to treat. The good news is that this condition is 100% preventable. In order to better explain this condition and how to prevent it, I thought I would walk you through a hypothetical scenario.

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