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  • The Team

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  • Senior Pet Care

    Older dogs and cats have special needs. Talk to us about care needed for your geriatric pet.

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  • Emergency Services

    We provide patient care seven days a week; Monday to Friday until 9 p.m. and weekends until 6 p.m. Veterinarians are available for emergency services during these times. Please call 250-727-2125.

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  • Dental Care

    Dental disease is one of the most common medical conditions seen by veterinarians. Talk to our veterinarians about diets and other ways to prevent health problems related to dental disease.

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  • Veterinary Diets

    We carry pet foods that are specifically designed for preventing and treating health problems such as obesity, arthritis, kidney disease and diabetes. Ask our us for more information.

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  • Weight Loss

    Pets need to watch their weight too! Ask us about ways to help your over weight pet.

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  • House Calls

    We can perform a wide range of veterinary care on house calls including annual examinations and vaccinations, diagnostic testing, grooming, behavioural consultations and helping people make difficult end of life decisions for their pets. Click on the slide for more details.

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  • Mexi-Can Vet Project

    Teams from McKenzie Veterinary Services participate as volunteers at spay/ neuter clinics in the small seaside towns of Guayabitos and La Penita in the state of Nayarit, Mexico. Click on the slide for more details

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The University of Guelph has designed an online tool called Pet Tick Tracker. It is intended for both veterinarians and pet owners. The study is being coordinated by Dr Scott Weese and is designed to track the presence and spread of ticks on pets. The data gathered will be used for tick surveillance activities by the U of Guelph and may also be used by public health agencies for the same purpose.

Find the "Pet Tick Tracker" here or by scanning the QR code below.

More information about the tool can be found on Dr Weese's Worms and Germs blog.