Stories

  • Fighting Felines: 5 Ways to Keep the Peace

    Aug 23 2016

    Us Canadians love our cats.  Recent surveys have shown over 1/3 of Canadian households have one.  Its easy to see why.  Cats are wonderful companions – affectionate and playful.  They…

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    UPDATED: Raccoon Rabies in Hamilton

    Dec 10 2015

    As reported a few days ago in this post, a raccoon in Hamilton recently tested positive for rabies.  After this positive test result, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, in…

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    Rabid Raccoon Found in Hamilton

    Dec 07 2015

    A raccoon captured in the Hamilton area on December 2, 2015 has tested positive for rabies.  The raccoon was showing signs of aggression and bit two other dogs.  This is…

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    Heatstroke Warning!

    Jul 21 2015

    The Dog Days of Summer are here again and Toronto residents are enjoying the long days and hot sunny weather with their canine companions in tow.  But when mother nature has…

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    Canine Influenza Outbreak

    Apr 16 2015

    As has been reported extensively in the media lately, a new outbreak of Canine Influenza is occurring in the Chicago area.  The outbreak was first noticed in late March.  There…

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    The Importance of Vaccination

    Mar 04 2015

    We are often asked about the importance of vaccination in cats and dogs. At Lennox Animal Hospital our vets recommend that all dogs and cats in Toronto are regularly vaccinated because we know…

  • A Perennial Pup

    Nov 04 2014

    At fourteen years of age, Kelsey the Wheaton Terrier still acts like a puppy, bouncing and prancing with her kids, Caitlin & Russel.  She is a leap year baby, which…

  • A Traumatic Experience

    Oct 29 2014

    Bailey is a 10 month old English Golden Retriever.  In July, she was being her friendly self when disaster struck.  During a nightly walk, she spotted a family across the…

  • A Lucky Break Indeed

    Oct 22 2014

    Six years ago, Mr. T observed a van stopping to let out a small pup.  He thought that the pup was just being let out to relieve himself.  Imagine his…

  • Daisy

    Oct 08 2014

    There are always certain clients you can recognize before you ask for their name. For example, when I’m working and I’m asked for the “big bottle of insulin” (as opposed…