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Les Puces en Hiver

Il est moins probable pour un animal d’attraper des puces en hiver car lorsque la température ce refroidi, la puce peut mourir ou entrer dans un état d’hibernation.

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Tick Talk FAQ

Question: Why should I use a tick preventative if I had my dog vaccinated for Lyme disease? Answer: Lyme disease is not the only disease ticks can carry. Ticks are also known to carry/cause: Erlichia, Babesia, Anaplasmosis, Tick-borne paralysis etc… Best to cover all your bases and use that tick preventative!

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Pet Parasite Myths: Busted!

Pet Parasite Myths Working in the veterinary field, we often hear things that make us cringe. Well-intentioned pet owners are often being misinformed by the internet, friends, and other sources when it comes to protecting their pets from internal and external parasites. Today I will try to shed some light on this topic by exposing […]

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Ticks, Ticks, Ticks- update for spring 2016!

Tick Protection for your Pets We are having a relatively warm winter in New Brunswick, which sure is a nice change from last year!  However, that does mean that parasites are going to be emerging and feasting on our pets even earlier this year. Ticks are always the first parasites to emerge – they start […]

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Some Flea-busting Tips for Flea Prevention & Treatment

Where do fleas come from? Fleas are small dark insects that can be picked up from an infected environment or from an infected animal. In the summer months, anytime your pet is outside he or she is at risk to acquiring fleas. Any place (including your own backyard!) can be infested with fleas who are […]

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Can I Get Lyme Disease from My Dog?

There is no evidence that dogs and cats spread the disease directly to their owners,

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