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How to Identify Ticks in your Pets

Ticks are a troublesome parasite that is not always easy to spot on your pet. They are a spider-like, egg-shaped creature that has 8 legs. They can vary in size from 1mm to 1cm.

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Pet for Spring

After a long, cold winter and with the recent arrival of spring, people and their pets are eager to get outside and enjoy the nice weather! Is your pet ready for spring? Take a look at the following recommendations to ensure your pet’s health and safety while we head into a new season.

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What Diseases do Ticks Carry?

The main ticks you will find in Saskatchewan include the winter tick (D. albipictus), the wood tick (D. andresoni), the American dog tick (D. variabilis), and rarely the black-legged tick (Ixodes scapularis).

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Event: Parasite Seminar

We want to invite you to our parasite seminar here at Cumberland Veterinary Clinic!

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Ticks and Lyme Disease in Saskatoon

If you are active with your dog outside in Saskatoon, you have likely noticed an increasing seasonal trend that comes with the warmer weather: TICKS!!! Here are some of the FAQ’s we get regarding ticks in Saskatoon: What are ticks? What does a tick look like? Ticks are external parasites that feed on the blood […]

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Dangers of Holiday Plants

During the holiday's many homes are decorated with Christmas trees and various holiday plants. Some of these can be very toxic to our pets.

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