“From the moment the team at OVC greeted us in the parking lot with a stretcher, we knew our boy was in good hands." Read Freddy's story, a seven-year-old Golden Retriever referred to the Ontario Veterinary College for life-saving care.
With over 8.8 million pet cats in Canada, more people choose cats as animal companions compared to dogs. But research trends show cat owners are less likely to take their cat for regular veterinary care. Why is this the case and what is changing to make vet visits easier on cats and their owners?
Going on summer vacation? Professor Lee Niel, companion animal welfare and behaviour expert at the Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, shares tips on what pet owners should look for when selecting a boarding or daycare facility for their pet.