Fear Free is a philosophy and technique which allows us to improve our animal companion's emotional and mental health when they are receiving veterinary care and in every other aspect of their lives. Many of our furry friends suffer from fear and anxiety when they visit the veterinarian. Fear Free aims to make your friend's experience at the veterinary less stressful and more pleasant and comforting.
This information handout provides our Mer Bleue Veterinary families with tips on how to make their furry friends' car trip to the veterinarian less stressful and more pleasant.
This custom feeding guide will help inform you on what to feed and how to feed your newest feline friend.
This custom handout will get into the nitty gritty of the common intestinal parasites in our area that could be affecting your furry friend.
This custom feeding guide will help inform you on what to feed and how to feed your newest canine friend.
Grain free diets have been a hot topic of discussion the last few years. Keep up to date with the studies by reading our handout.
Ever wonder about the ins and outs of that little chewable tablet you give your canine friend once per month from June to November? Read on and learn the ins and outs of why we recommend giving this preventive medication in our area.
Life throws lots of curveballs, make sure you're prepared for all your furry friend's emergencies and illnesses by thinking about pet insurance early on. If you're just getting started, read our handout on the basics of pet insurance and what to ask when deciding on an insurance company.
We brush our teeth twice daily and see our human dentist often! Ever wonder what you can do at home to help maintain the health of your furry friend's teeth and gums? Look no further as we present a complete guide to what you can do to help your canine friend maintain a healthy mouth!
We brush our teeth twice daily and see our human dentist often! Ever wonder what you can do at home to help maintain the health of your furry friend's teeth and gums? Look no further as we present a complete guide to what you can do to help your feline friend maintain a healthy mouth!
This handout answers every question you may have or didn't even know you had regarding the growing tick population and the diseases they can carry, most notably Lyme.
An educational website coordinated by Drs. Scott Weese and Maureen Anderson from the Centre for Public Health and Zoonoses at the Ontario Veterinary College. The focus of this blog is on infectious disease, highlighting diseases spread from animal to human and human to animal.
An informative, research-based blog about nutrition run by the Clinical Nutrition Team (three board certified veterinary nutritionists) at Tufts University.
A useful website on how to improve the quality of life and reduce the stress of indoor cats.
A council which assesses the efficacy of dental products for dogs and cats. After scientific assessment, if the product is deemed to reduce tartar and plaque, the manufacturer may display the VOHC label on their product. Companies voluntarily submit their products for evaluation. This website also provides valuable information on dental disease in dogs and cats.
Educational handouts on diseases and medications from the field of veterinary medicine.