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Coccidia are microscopic parasites that can be found on routine fecal exams.

Whipworm is one of the most common intestinal parasites found in your dog. They are only occasionally seen in catsLEARN MORE ABOUT WHIPWORM

Giardia is a zoonotic protozoan parasite. This means that is infectious to both humans and pets

Hookworms are intestinal parasites that can infect both dogs and humans

Tapeworm are another intestinal parasite that can infect your dog or your cat. They are flat, long worms that are made up of segmentsLEARN MORE ABOUT TAPEWORM

Fleas. Avoid the use of flea sprays, especially in households with cats. These sprays can be toxic to your children and pets, especially cats.  LEARN MORE ABOUT FLEA PREVENTION AND REMEDIES

Roundworm are intestinal parasites that infect the intestine of dogs. They are one of the most common intestinal parasites, and can also affect humans.  LEARN MORE ABOUT ROUNDWORM

Heartworm is a parasite that is spread by the bite of a mosquito. If your dog goes outdoors, your dog is at risk!  LEARN MORE ABOUT HEARTWORM


Rabies is a virus that affects the neurons in the brain. It causes myeloencephalitis in ALL MAMMALS, including humans.  LEARN MORE ABOUT RABIES


FIV and FeLV are both contagious, and untreatable diseases that affect cats. All cats that are allowed outdoors are at increased risk for both of these diseases.  LEARN MORE ABOUT FIV & FeLV

Canine Vaccines are divided into two categories based on importance. Core vaccines considered the most important and non-core vaccines that may or may not be necessary depending on your pet’s lifestyle.  LEARN MORE ABOUT CANINE VACCINES


Hypothyroidism is common in dogs, but rare in cats. The thyroid gland, which is located in the neck, has a large role in regulating metabolism, through thyroid hormoneLEARN MORE ABOUT HYPOTHYROIDISM

Hyperthyroidism is one of the most common endocrine disorders of cats over the age of 10, along with diabetes.  LEARN MORE ABOUT HYPERTHYROIDISM

Diabetes Mellitus or “Sugar Diabetes” is a metabolic disease that can affect both cats and dogs. 

Pancreatitis occurs when the pancreas becomes inflamed, due to a long list of possible reasons. LEARN MORE ABOUT PANCREATITIS


Otitus Externa is an infection of the external ear canal that causes inflammation and pain. Certain breeds of dogs are more susceptible. LEARN MORE ABOUT OTITUS EXTERNA

Cold Laser Therapy is a non-invasive procedure that uses light to stimulate cell regeneration and increase blood and lymphatic circulation.  LEARN MORE ABOUT COLD LASER THERAPY

Atopy is caused by a disorder of your dogs immune system, causing him/her to be allergic to substances in the environment either inhaled or absorbed by the skin.  LEARN MORE ABOUT ATOPY

Chronic Kidney Disease in Cats is commonly seen in older pets, and is an irreversible and progressive decline in renal function. LEARN MORE ABOUT CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IN CATS

Fecal Analysis enables Dr. Heather to determine whether or not your pet has intestinal parasites such as roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, coccidia and giardia. LEARN MORE ABOUT FECAL ANALYSIS

Urethral Blockage occurs when there is either inflammation or compression of the urethra.This occurs more commonly in male cats and can be caused by urinary crystals and urinary stones, tumors, scar tissue, and urinary tract disease.  LEARN MORE ABOUT URETHRAL BLOCKAGE

Inappropriate Elimination. A urine sample and possibly some bloodwork, will help us to determine whether or not there is a medical reason for your cats new habit.  LEARN MORE ABOUT INAPPROPRIATE ELIMINATION

What is a seizure? Any involuntary behavior that occurs abnormally may represent a seizure.The seizure is typically followed by a post-ictal period during which the animal appears disoriented, even blind. This period may last only a few minutes or may last several hours.  LEARN MORE ABOUT SEIZURES

Canine Rehabilitation We understand that ensuring your furry friend's quality of life your top priority. It's our top priority, too!  LEARN MORE ABOUT CANINE REHABILITATION



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If an emergency occurs outside of regular office hours please call the Halton Wentworth Veterinary Emergency Clinic at 905-529-1004. Halton Wentworth Veterinary Emergency Clinic is located at 505 King St W, Hamilton, ON, L8P 1B9

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