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Sales Tax on Veterinary Care South of Manitoba

Posted on 11-16-2017

Canada has for decades included all veterinary care under the general sales tax. That means not only must you pay for products, you must also pay for services such as surgery. While this has meant...

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Lyme Disease Prevention Tips from Our Winnipeg Veterinarian

Posted on 09-27-2017

Ticks are common parasites found in our environment here in Winnipeg, especially in wooded or grassy areas. Being a threat to your pet’s health, ticks can transmit Lyme disease during outdoo...

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Senior Dogs: Care Tips & Signs of Pain | Veterinarian in Winnipeg

Posted on 08-21-2017

Your dog has been your faithful friend for years, but the years seem to be catching up with him. Old age is inevitable -- but our team of Winnipeg veterinarians at Southglen Veterinary Hospital ca...

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Summer Tips for Your Pets | Veterinarian in Winnipeg

Posted on 06-19-2017

At Southglen Veterinary Hospital, our Winnipeg veterinarians provide the highest standard of care to not just dogs and cats, but rabbits and ferrets as well. However, with the hot months of s...

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Should I Brush My Pet's Teeth? | Veterinarian in Winnipeg

Posted on 06-06-2017

Ideally, yes, you should brush your pet's teeth daily. Over time, more and more health treatments, formerly found only in human medicine, are being extended to our pets. This logical progressi...

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