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Dog Wild

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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Nervous Behaviour in Dogs

Many dogs suffer from loneliness and separation anxiety when we go to work or go out, leaving them at home alone. Fido might chew on things, get into mischief or in some cases cause harm to himself. What may be happening is your furry friend is letting you know that they miss you and they

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Dr. Terry’s Zoo

December and winter have arrived and before we know it Santa will be at the door.  Our nine best friends have set forth a plethora of requests.  Toadie, our handsome red feline, and his sister Mole had requested that Mitzy and Turtle (arch enemies) be banned from their home and take up residence in our

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Dr. Terry’s Zoo

Spring is accompanied by the resurgence of life.  The chirping robins herald the arrival of longer days and warmer weather.  Spinnaker our King Charles rescue has taken an oath of fitness.  Unfortunately running around the kitchen after food doesn’t fit the bill.  These spaniels were the favourites of royalty and I could see Spinny as an official food

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Dr. Terry’s Zoo

Amigo Habanero (the friendly pepper) our Cuban canine has been enjoying our summery January by jogging on the beach in Cobourg, accelerating occasionally after a wayward seagull. Spinnaker our Cavalier King Charles Spaniel does his best to keep up.  Unfortunately our digital X-rays revealed that our 6 year old best friend already suffers from ankylosing spondylitis (spinal

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Nature’s Healing Tool: Raw Honey

In this modern world, and in the equine industry, it can be overwhelming having to choose from the large quantity and type of products available to apply to wounds, or to supplement diets, and to promote hair growth, hoof growth, etc.  At Inukshuk Farm, where we are fortunate enough to work every day doing what

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Dr. Terry’s Zoo

Here’s to the return of spring and snowdrops.  Three weeks ago I found a struggling toad crossing the driveway.  Christi took him indoors to warm him up while I dug a deep hole in the garden.  As I placed him in the ground I gave him a stern lecture and told him in no uncertain

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Dr. Terry’s Zoo

Christi and I returned from Cuba yesterday with a third passenger riding in coach.  Our new “Amigo”, a Greyhound/Basenji cross, has officially emigrated to Canada!  One day a beach vagrant in Cuba and the next day a V.I.P. riding with his new dad to his own veterinary hospital. Many resorts in Cuba conduct a cull

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