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Protection and Avoidance of Black Flies and Ticks

Protection and Avoidance of Black Flies and Ticks

Black flies are known to be prevalent from mid-May to approximately the end of June. (cold and wet can keep them here longer) Ticks, can be found in many wooded areas and are most active from approximately April to November. Here are some suggestions to help you protect yourself and avoid unwanted bites this year!

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Tips to Help Your Dog Through the HEAT

Have lots of hydration available like water bowls with large floating Ice – try filling and freezing an old plastic ice cream tub with water and throw in some of your dog’s favorite balls or toys to make it fun while it melts. Spraying your pooch with a fine mist of water or soaking a

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Dog Wild

8 ways to unleash your summer and ensure your dog is safe and sound while he’s getting his summer vacation’s worth. No dog drags himself out of bed on a summer morning and gives himself a “seize the day” pep talk. One scent of newly-mown grass and that dog is going to do exactly what

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Dr. Terry’s Zoo

With spring flowers comes pollen and allergies. Chilli Pepper our Kingston canine rescue suffers from atopic dermatitis. A chronic itchy skin disease associated with environmental allergies. If your pet suffers from itchy skin and ear infections it may be the result of atopy or food allergies. A blood test can determine if your pet is

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3 Things You Can Do to Calm Your Dog During a Thunderstorm

Crash! Bang! Lots of dogs don’t really love loud, unpredictable sounds that they don’t understand. Thunderstorms and fireworks tend to be at the top of the list for doggie anxiety triggers. Your dog may pant, tremble, and generally try to hide, often long before the storm arrives. There’s no mistaking the signs that your dog

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Dr. Terry’s Zoo

Snowdrops are blooming and chipmunks are once again plundering the bird feeders. Spring has arrived!  The eastern chipmunks hibernate over winter in burrows which can be more than 11 feet in length with several entrances.  Our Mr. Chipmunk has managed to squeeze his suave frame through the top opening of our bird feeder where he

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Dr. Terry’s Zoo

Winter has arrived with the threat of frostbite and hypothermia.  Our client Tim arrived for his dog’s morning appointment with a stray cat in tow.  Upon starting his truck a large cry alerted Tim to the cats presence underneath the hood.  This feline had escaped harm from the trucks engine but not from the ravages

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Charming and Pet Friendly Days Inn Lindsay

Days Inn & Suites Lindsay is a fresh building full of old-time character. Newly built, The Days Inn opened in 2015 featuring 73 spacious and modern guest rooms and suites. With ten out of eleven hotel owners being Lindsay locals they each had a hand in creating the final touches throughout the hotel. For example,

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