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  • Halloween Treat Toxicity
    With Halloween looming ever closer as October continues, many people choose to celebrate with a variety of treats and candy. These snacks can provide some sweet indulgence for people, but Read more
  • I Should Have Neutered My Dog
    I have a senior dog named Pepper. He is a 15-year-old blue roan Cocker Spaniel, and he is my baby. I got him when I was 10 years old, and Read more
  • Halloween Safety Tips for Pets
    Trick or treat! When it comes to trick-or-treating, stick with the tricks for your furry friends. Chocolate can be very toxic, even lethal, to pets. Many candies are now sweetened using Read more
  • Cats and Plants
    With Summer coming to an end, I've been looking into adding some life and greenery to my home. Two concerns starting out were, "You have never had plants before, you Read more
  • Feline Enrichment
    In a perfect world, we would be able to take our pets wherever we go. Unfortunately, be it work, grocery shopping, or catching up with friends, there are times in Read more
  • Be Prepared!
    When natural disaster strikes, it's important to make sure you and your family are as safe and prepared as possible. We have all heard the standard practices – to make Read more
  • Summer Fun With Your Dog
    Summer Fun With Your Dog There are many great ways to have fun with your dog over the summer. From long walks on forest trails to a swim on a sunny Read more
  • Introducing a new cat into the household
    Introducing a new cat into the household Thinking of bringing a new feline friend into your home? Afraid they won’t get along with their new furry friends? Here are some tips Read more
  • Barbecue and Pancreatitis
    Summer is finally here, and so is barbecue season! What a great way to relax with family and friends. However, with this joyous event, sometimes guests can be oversharing with Read more
  • Teddy's Tinkles: My dog's experience with crystals in his urine
    by Jessica, VT When it comes to our pets we don’t always focus on their bathroom habits but this can be animportant aspect of their health. Certain breeds are prone to Read more
  • Ticks: They’re Everywhere!
    By Krystal, RVT Hello everyone! Entering the new season, Richview Animal Hospital would like to remind you all about the importance of pet parasite prevention. Ticks are an arachnid species of parasite, Read more
  • Is your pet afraid of the vet?
    By Yasmin Neale Working at an animal hospital can be incredibly rewarding. You often get to greet families with their new pets and it can be a lot of fun to Read more
  • Cat Grooming: Do they need our help?
    By Teresa Morgado  Although you may think cats take care of themselves there are many grooming tasks your cat needs help with. Here are some tips on how to make the Read more
  • Heat Stroke in Dogs & Cats: Prevent Your Pet from Overheating
    Pets Tips to Keep Dogs and Cats Safe from Heat Stroke Many pets spend more time outside when it’s warm out, but this isn’t always a good idea. During heat waves Read more
  • Protect Your Dog or Cat from Heartworm Disease
    Protect Your Dog or Cat From Heartworm Disease at Richview Animal Hospital in Etobicoke, ON With the return of warm weather comes the risk of heartworm disease. Heartworms are transmitted by Read more
  • How to Prepare For Your First Road Trip With Your Pet
    Advice from Etobicoke Veterinarian on How to Prepare For Your First Road Trip With Your Pet Summer is here, are you looking to make great summer memories? Why not take a Read more

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