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Providing Special Care

For Your Pets

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Providing Special Care

For Your Pets

Book an Appointment Get Directions
Providing Special Care

For Your Pets

Book an Appointment Get Directions

Providing Special Care

For Your Pets

Book an Appointment Get Directions

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Summeridge Animal Clinic

Summeridge Animal Clinic has been dedicated to providing quality veterinarian care to Thornhill and Vaughan, Ontario, pets since October 2006. Dr. Hélène Bouchard and her veterinary staff value the personal relationship they form with each of their clients, working together to ensure their pets stay healthy and happy.

A veterinary oasis for our clients and their pets, Summeridge Animal Clinic takes pride in being recognized as an AAHA-accredited hospital since 2012 and designated as an AAFP Gold Standard Cat Friendly Practice.

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It’s That Time Of Year Again, But When Does Cat Shedding Become Too Much?

It’s That Time Of Year Again, But When Does Cat Shedding Become Too Much?

Cat owners far and wide know that shedding is something that simply comes with the territory. Most of the time, all you have to do is get out the good ‘ole lint roller to clean up your clothing or furniture. But certain times of the year, you might have to lug out the extreme power-matic […]

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Dogs on the Bed: Yay or Nay?

Dogs on the Bed: Yay or Nay?

Who do you snuggle up with at night? If your answer is “my dog,” you aren’t alone. A recent survey by the American Pet Products Association revealed that over half of all pet owners allow their dogs on the bed with them at night. Whether this is healthy or not is a hotly debated subject […]

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Hypertension in Cats

Hypertension in Cats

By and large, most cat owners understand that their pets are prone to many of the same health conditions as people. However, you may be surprised to learn that, in addition to medical conditions such as the transmission of zoonotic diseases, cancer, and kidney disease, that hypertension – or high blood pressure – in cats […]

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