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Preventive Health

Heartworm Heartworm

Heartworm is a parasitic disease transmitted by mosquitoes and can affect dogs and occasionally cats.

Heartworm is now endemic in Ontario and across Canada. More cases in Toronto are occuring every year, even if the animals have not travelled outside of the city.

Heartworm season starts June - November. For information on heartworm and flea prevention visit our Internet Links. To learn more about heartworm disease, click the link below.

Heartworm Disease

Canine Neuter Canine Neuter

Neutering involves removal of both testicles. This prevents the male from producing sperm and impregnating a female. To learn more on neutering your dog, click the link below.

Canine Neuter FAQ

Canine Spay Canine Spay

Spaying results in the sterilization of female dogs and involves the removal of both the ovaries and the uterus. Spaying is a major abdominal surgery and any further details can be found on our link below.

Canine Spay FAQ

Feline Neuter Feline Neuter

Neutering a male cat is an excellent way in preventing your cat from spraying and becoming overly aggressive after maturity. For more information on neutering your cat click the link below.

Feline Neuter FAQ

Feline Spay Feline Spay

Spaying results in the sterilization of female cats and involves the removal of both the ovaries and the uterus. Spaying is a major abdominal surgery and any further details can be found on our link below.

Feline Spay FAQ

 

 

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