A Caution on the Use of Cannabinoids on Pets

Veterinarians are frequently asked by animal owners about treating companion animals with cannabinoids. While there is preliminary evidence to suggest cannabinoids have the potential to be beneficial for a number of medical conditions in companion animals, research into cannabinoids and their effects on pets is limited.

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Your Senior Pet

Senior pets have special needs. Find out how you can make sure they're met.

Parvovirus

Parvovirus is a hardy, highly contagious, often deadly virus that’s spread through the feces of infected dogs. It attacks the...

Professional Animal Dentistry

  • Dental Care for your Pet

    Prevent Periodontal Disease Periodontal disease, which is disease affecting the teeth and gums is very common in dogs and cats...

  • The Risks of Dental Neglect

    Dental Health is one of the most overlooked areas of animal care, and neglecting it can have disastrous consequences.

  • Cat & Dog Dentistry

    Veterinary dentistry is essential for the health and wellbeing of your animals. Whether considering animal dentistry for your dog...

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  • Pet Nutrition

    Good nutrition is as important for pets as it is for people. With so many different brands available, choosing the right food for...

  • Rabies

    What is rabies? Rabies is a fatal disease of the nervous system. It is caused by a virus that can infect all warm-blooded animals...

  • The Cost of Compassion

    The price of a pet is more than just its purchase. Learn how prices are established for the services your pet needs.

  • Zoonoses

    What are Zoonoses? No, we're not talking about an elephant's trunk. Zoonoses are diseases that animals and people share – in the...

  • Dog Breeding

    Regarding the recent news story: " Calgary Bulldog breeder fined over distressed ‘designer’ dogs ". The Alberta Veterinary...

  • Pet Obesity

    How can you tell the difference between fluff and fat? It’s not always as easy as it looks, unless you know exactly what to look...