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    Fun Flea Facts!

    Did you know: 1) the female flea can lay 2,000 eggs; 2) a flea can live 100 days without a meal; 3) a flea can jump up to 8″ high or 150 times its own height – that is like a human jumping over a building. Don’t let fleas take over your house and pets!!

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    New to Website: “Smart Owners, Smart Pets” Graduation

    We are excited to share the graduates of our puppy classes with you! Please visit our “Smart Owners, Smart Pets” page to see our class graduation photos.

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    Interesting Tick Facts

    1) ticks, spiders and mites are arachnids; 2) female ticks lay 3,000-6,000 eggs; 3) ticks become active above 4°C; 4) ticks crawl; they cannot jump or fly 5) dogs and cats do not get the classic “bull’s eye” rash with a tick bite. The “bull’s eye” rash on a dog is usually due to black fly bites.

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    New to our website – Paws of Fame!

    For any of our clients who have a great picture of their pet(s) and want to share it, we would love to post it on our “Paws of Fame” page. It is a great way to share photos of all of the wonderful patients we have here at Centennial Animal Hospital! Please ask one of our team members for more information.

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    New to Our Website – Pet Memorial

    A nice way to remember pets that are no longer with us is to post a photo and short memorial of your beloved pet on our website. Please contact us for more information or visit our “Pet Memorial” page.

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    We are in the News!

    Centennial Animal Hospital is highlighted in a recent Muskoka Region newspaper article! We provided the care to a fawn that was brought in by the OPP. For the full story, please click the link below. http://www.muskokaregion.com/community-story/7353682-opp-officer-rescues-injured-week-old-fawn-in-bracebridge-muskoka/

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    “Itchy” or “Scratchy”?

    Fleas are not the only culprit. Seasonal allergies are common in the summer and make our pets itch. Call us for an appointment if your pet is showing signs of
    allergies so we can provide some relief!

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    Spring Forward with Parasite Prevention!

    Fleas, ticks, Heartworm Disease and intestinal parasites. Please call our office today to set your pet up with the best prevention for your pet!

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    Confused And Bewildered in the Pet Food Aisle?

    Veterinary nutrition has come a long way, but now choices are endless. Let our trained team help you determine the best food for your dog or cat, based on their health history and risks.

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    Opening the Cottage?

    Visiting Friends at the Lake? Rat and mouse poison are yummy to pets and if ingested, requires emergency life-saving treatment. Ask us about this and other poisons putting your dog and cat at risk.

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We strive to provide high quality medical care to help our patients live longer, healthier lives.

We will provide the best possible service to our clients, and educate them so that they can be fully informed partners in the lifetime of their pets.

We will treat our clients, our patients, and each other as we would like to be treated; our clients and colleagues with respect, honesty and consideration, and our patients with kindness and compassion.

Our Services

Centennial Animal Hospital offers a wide range of services including medical, diagnostic, surgical, and preventative care needs for your pet so they live a longer, healthier, happier life. Click here to learn more

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