Fear Free Dog Visits

Fear Free Dog Visits

Our veterinary team needs your help to make your dog’s visit as fear-free as possible. One thing you can do is to ensure that your dog gets to Wilmot Veterinary Clinic in a calm state of mind. The following tips will help you, and your pet arrives in one piece and in...

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Fear Free Cat Visits

Fear Free Cat Visits

Stress, anxiety, and fear during veterinary visits begin at home when you take out the cat carrier. Before traveling to the clinic, there are many things you can do to reduce the stress of a veterinary visit. The first part of the journey is the cat carrier. The cat...

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Dental Difference

Dental Difference

Book a dentistry within 30 days from getting an estimate from Dr. Lofsky and receive $200 off the cost of the estimate. The prevention and early detection of disease gives us the opportunity to significantly improve your pet’s quality of life and longevity. This is...

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Wilmot Veterinary Clinic’s Position On Declawing Cats

Wilmot Veterinary Clinic’s Position On Declawing Cats

In response to the new position statement on declawing from the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, we at Wilmot Veterinary Clinic have decided to stop doing this procedure. If you are considering removing your cat's knuckles, we urge you to consider these other...

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Tick Season Starts In April

Tick Season Starts In April

Throughout the United States and Canada, there are a number of ticks that carry a number of serious diseases. And some ticks are known to carry more than one of these diseases, which can lead to multiple infections, or coinfection, that can complicate treatment and...

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Questions To Ask A Pet Food Company

Questions To Ask A Pet Food Company

How do you know if the pet food you are buying is really a good quality pet food? It can be very difficult to figure that out but below is a pdf document with a list of questions the manufacturer of your pet’s food should be able to answer. Questions to ask a Pet Food...

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Stress Triggers For Dogs

Stress Triggers For Dogs

Are you contributing to your dog’s anxiety and behavior issues? It’s possible if you do any of the following: 1. You punish your dog. Dogs are creatures of opportunity, so avoid opportunities for trouble. If you leave trash or your “stuff” where the dog can get it, it...

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Stress Triggers For Cats

Stress Triggers For Cats

Are you contributing to your cat’s anxiety and behavior issues? It’s possible if you do any of the following: 1. You punish your cat. Swatting and hitting your cat only teaches it to fear your approach. Telling your cat “no” only interrupts the behavior. Instead, show...

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Senior Wellness Bloodwork

Senior Wellness Bloodwork

October and November are senior health and wellness months at Wilmot Veterinary Clinic. As our pets age, they are more prone to certain medical conditions.  Blood work is a simple way to screen for early signs of disease. To encourage health and wellness for our...

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Heartworm Disease in Dogs

Heartworm Disease in Dogs

As we start to enjoy the first few warm days of spring, we need to think about our pets. Parasites, such as fleas, ticks and worms can infect our pets during our trips to parks and sports fields. Prevention is the best way to protect your dog and cat from these...

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