Dogs

Senior Wellness – Osteoarthritis Pain Management

Arthritis is a common issue in aging dogs and cats. It can be the result of an inherited joint abnormality, a previous injury or just wear and tear over the pet’s lifetime. Signs that your pet may be suffering from osteoarthritis include: limping, stiffness while walking, difficulty getting up or laying down and reluctance to [...]

Senior Wellness – Osteoarthritis Pain Management2017-08-16T18:48:16+00:00

November is Senior Pet Month!

Who is a Senior Pet? A senior dog is over the age of 7 and a senior cat is over the age of 8. Congratulations our 2016 Senior Dog Winner Riley - Submitted by Rob F. Congratulation to 2016 Senior Cat Winner Lucy  - Submitted by Jen W. Thanks to everyone who sent in photos [...]

November is Senior Pet Month!2017-08-16T18:48:45+00:00

February is Dental Health Month!

In celebration of “Dental Month” (February) at Beausejour Animal Hospital, we held a “Best Pet Smile” photo contest. Throughout the month, we received many pictures of everyone’s happy, smiling pets. It was so great to see all of the smiling pictures of all the cats, dogs and even goats! The two winners were Mogley the [...]

February is Dental Health Month!2017-08-16T18:50:01+00:00

Contests

“Their Health is in Your Hands” Animal Health Week- Sept 30 to Oct 5 Featuring: 1) Complimentary Nutrition Consultations 2) Kids Colouring Contest (Click a link below for a picture) 3) A Biggest Loser Contest For Pets Prizes Awarded to Winners! Call in for promotion details.  Click on one of the below for our official colouring [...]

Contests2017-08-16T18:50:34+00:00

Beausejour/Whiteshell Dogs and Lyme Disease Risk

Lyme disease in dogs is common and a potentially debilitating disease.  Pet owners need to be aware of this disease and what preventative measures you can take to decrease the risk to your dogs. Lyme disease (Borrelliosis) is a bacterial infection that is transmitted by the deer tick (Ixodes).  It can infect humans, dogs, and [...]

Beausejour/Whiteshell Dogs and Lyme Disease Risk2017-08-16T18:51:12+00:00