Why Pre-anaesthetic Testing is Important
Pre-anaesthetic testing, through blood and/or urine testing, lets us know what is going on inside your pet, and helps us to reduce the risks of anaesthesia.It help us diagnose any health concerns and can give us baseline values for your pet that we will use to compare future test results to.Ask us for more information.
Is your cat drinking enough water?
It is very important to ensure your cat drinks enough water. It helps with hydration, regulation of body temperature, and to flush toxins out of the body. Water plays a key role in the treatment and prevention of Feline Urinary Tract Diseases. Please ask one of our team members for more information.
Winter can be fun but it can also be dangerous. Antifreeze (ethylene glycol) -poisoning, frost bite, falling through thin ice, and road salt irritation of paws are just some of the dangers of winter. There are many ways to keep your pet safe and warm while still enjoying our beautiful Muskoka winters. Ask us for more information.
Thank you for Participating in our Christmas Nail Trim Fundraiser!
Thank you to everyone who participated in our annual Christmas Nail Trim charity fundraiser. Thanks to you, we have raised $425.00 for the Manna Food Bank!
Centennial Animal Hospital is in the News!
Centennial Animal Hospital is highlighted in a recent Muskoka Region newspaper article! We provided the care for Ceecee the cat, from the OSPCA. For the full story, please click the link below. http://www.muskokaregion.com/news-story/6995831-muskoka-ospca-appeals-for-help-with-three-legged-cat-ceecee/
The incidence of urinary tract problems in cats tends to rise as the colder weather is upon us. If your kitty is messing outside the litterbox or having other elimination issues, please don’t hesitate to call us for an appointment.
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Rabies Vaccination – Legally Required?
Did you know that it is a legal requirement to have all dogs and cats up to date on Rabies vaccination in Ontario? Even indoor cats are at risk. Call us to review your pet’s vaccination status.
Winter Weight Hanging Around?
50% of dogs and cats struggle with obesity. Ask us about our “Pounds Off Pets Program” to get your pet back to a healthy weight.