If you require any information please feel free to contact the office and we would be glad to provide you with anything you might need! We have a wide variety of pamphlets on different topics.
We try to be flexible with appointment times. Wednesday is our late night! Feel free to call and set up an appointment!
The spring and summer is our kitten season! We usually have foster kittens all throughout the summer so if you are looking for a new friend, check out our adoptions page!
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Check out our Links page for outside links to other pages and websites. These links might help you find extra information that you may not have found on our page. Check them out and see what you might find!
Check out our Articles section for helpful documents on a wide variety of topics. These pages might help you with things like deciding which tick/flea product is right for you or how to help your pet lose weight. Take a look and see!
Join us for a quick tour of our facilities! We want you to know exactly where your pet will be staying while they are with us. We are currently renovationg some of our rooms so keep an eye out for new changes!
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Our Mission
Our mission is to provide compassionate care through all life stages and ensure that you and your beloved pets are treated with respect and kindness. We consider all of our clients and their pets to be part of our extended family and we are honoured to walk hand in paw with each of you as you go through life's great journey.
Spaying and Neutering
Your Pet
Spaying and neutering your pet is the best way to help them live a long and happy life! And it will make your life a whole lot easier too! Here are some facts and statistics as to why spaying and neutering your pet is the best option.

1. Female pets won't go into heat. When cats go into heat they will yowl and urinate more frequently for 4-5 days every 3 weeks. Dogs will go into heat usually twice a year for about 18 days. They will develop a blood-tinged discharge and many owners use doggy diaper to keep their house clean.

2. Males will be less likely to wander away from home. Intact male dogs will often do just about anything to find a female in heat. This includes breaking out of the house and yard which can be dangerous. Loose dogs can run into traffic and get injured very quickly.

3. By spaying and neutering your pet they are less likely to develop medical problems later in life. Intact females can develop pyometra's (pus in the uterus-which is life threatening), urinary infections, breast tumours (50% are malignant in dogs and 90% are malignant in cats). Intact males can develop testicular cancer and prostate problems.

4. One intact female dog and her offspring can produce 67 000 puppies! One intact female cat and her offsrping can produce
370 000 kittens in seven years!This is one of the main reasons that 85,000 cats and over 38,000 dogs were surrendered to shelters in 2014.  Adoption rates in 2014 were only 53% for cats and 42% for dogs. 
5. The earliest that we can spay and neuter pets is 5 months of age. All pets must have a physical exam and be vaccinated prior to their surgery.