Wednesday, January 08, 2014

New Years Resolutions for your Pets

Have you made New Years Resolutions on your pet's behalf?
At Royal City Animal Hospital, we believe in the power of good intentions when it comes to New Years Resolutions. We can help you help you reach your goals to help better care for your pet. 
Some common resolutions are: 
1) weight loss
2) improved behaviour
3) improved dental care
4) more frequent health care for your cat
5) better care for your senior pet
6) improve their looks - skin, coat, eyes, nails

What resolution did you make for your pet? 
Let us know - share your stories with us and how we can help.
email: rcahtechs(at)rogers(dot)com

Tuesday, January 07, 2014

Walking your Dog in Cold Weather

With the recent "polar vortex" affecting most of Canada, everyone is trying hard to deal with the bitter cold temperatures. Our pets are certainly no exception, but our dogs still need to go out for walks to do their business, get exercise, socialize, and prevent boredom.
Walking your dog in such bitter cold temperatures can be a bit of a challenge - but our friends at Vetstreet have come up with some great cold weather dog walking tips.

8 Steps to Walking the Dog in the Winter
8 Steps to Walking Your Dog in the Winter
by Vetstreet