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“Reese the Bad Dog” by Dr. Morag Maskery

Reese is a 4 year old Chocolate Lab who lives with Dr. Maskery and her family. He is extremely friendly and loves all people and other dogs. He especially loves his cat housemates Paprika and Rudy. He is kept very healthy with lots of exercise, a great dog kibble called Hills Prescription T/D and regular […]

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The Importance of Puppy Socialization by Michelle McParland, RVT

Congratulations! You are either thinking of getting a puppy or you have one! My name is Michelle McParland, I am a Registered Technician who offers Puppy Socialization Classes here at Baxter Animal Hospital. There are a few things I would like to share with you about puppyhood that can help you and your new addition […]

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A Week at Baxter Animal Hospital by Kayla Guse, OVC Student

Primary care. Those are the words used to describe the front lines of veterinary medicine. Vaccines, spaying & neutering, parasite screening, dental cleanings, managing diseases, preventative health care, and much, much more fall under this umbrella. As a final year veterinary student at the Ontario Veterinary College I’ve been spending the year participating in various […]

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Buying Pet Insurance, Buying Peace of Mind by Bev Blake, RV

When I acquired a pet, it was a large commitment for the next several years on my own part and my new friends life. With a new pet comes the commitment of training, plenty of exercise, quality food, shelter, vaccinations, spay/neuter, annual physical exams, and not to forget medical care in case of disease, accident […]

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Boomer’s Blog: Keeping Teeth Safe

Chewing my Kong, Chewing my Kong – Tough work for a Jack Russell but lots of fun. My dad has been checking my teeth lots these last few days. I see plenty of dog and cat teeth pictures around the treatment area of our clinic; Dad tells me it is a dental focus for our […]

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