Barbeque Dangers for your Pet

Barbeque Dangers for your Pet

Barbeque Dangers for your Pet Summer in the Okanagan brings with it lots of fun outdoor activities. After a fun day of activity it is time for a cookout with family, friends, and your pets. Pawsitive Veterinary Care is your vet in Kelowna and wants to ensure you and...
6 warning signs to watch for heatstroke in your dog

6 warning signs to watch for heatstroke in your dog

6 Warning Signs To Watch For Heatstroke In Your Dog The summer heat of the Okanagan has finally arrived. As we feel the heat climb outdoors, consider what it must feel like to continuously wear a fur covering. You may not know this, our furry friends are also...
The Spay/Neuter Conundrum (Long version)

The Spay/Neuter Conundrum (Long version)

The Spay/Neuter Conundrum (Long version) Nowadays, traditional spaying and neutering of your dog, also known as altering, is not necessarily the absolute thing to do. Deciding on whether or not to alter and, if so, when, can make a difference in their long-term...
Vaccinations – A Time for Change

Vaccinations – A Time for Change

Vaccinations – A Time for Change The great news is that annual boosters are no longer considered necessary every year for pets by a growing number of veterinarians, veterinary researchers and over half of the veterinary colleges. The good news is that your pet can be...
Obesity in Pets – Part II

Obesity in Pets – Part II

Obesity in Pets – Part II From Part I of Obesity in pets, we’ll remember that overfeeding is the most common reason for obesity in animals and is an easy thing to do when you feed grain-based dry foods which are high in carbohydrates. More and more, there are dry...
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