• Leptospirosis Cases Rise in Wet Weather

    Nov 12 2018

    It’s been a wet couple of weeks recently, leaving the soil in many areas saturated and muddy. This moisture combined with moderate temperatures create ideal conditions for leptospira bacteria to…

  • Canadian Veterinarians in The Great War

    Nov 10 2018

    As we honor those brave men and women who fought for our freedom this Remembrance Day, it is also a good opportunity to recognize and remember the animals that assisted…

  • Make Your Own Indoor Agility Course!

    Nov 09 2018

    Fall is flying by and the its beginning to feel awfully ‘wintery’ out there!  Pet owners naturally tend to cut back on outdoor activity at this time of year.  Unfortunately…

  • My dog ate weed… now what?

    Nov 08 2018

    Dogs eat things they shouldn’t. This isn’t exactly headline news, but it does present a challenge to veterinarians.  When a dog presents with sudden onset illness (like vomiting and diarrhea)…

  • What does it cost to spay or neuter my dog or cat?

    Nov 07 2018

    Pet owners often call to find out the cost of ‘fixing’ their new puppy or kitten. This procedure, while routine, is a major surgery and there are a lot of…

  • What do I do if my dog has a tick?

    Oct 31 2018

    Ticks have been a persistent pest in Oakville this season and we have recently had a spike in cases of ticks on dogs.  We wanted to share his reference guide…

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    Winter 2018 Newsletter

    Dec 22 2017

    Seasons Greetings!  From everyone here at Bucksburn, all the best to our furry patients and their loving caretakers as we ring in 2018.   Check out our Winter newsletter here with info…

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    Fractured Tooth – Case of the Week From Dr. John Glauser

    Nov 13 2017

    Dental disease is among the most common illnesses seen in cats and dogs.  Many pets suffering from dental disease show no apparent signs there is a problem.  Our case this…

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    Heart Failure in Cats – Case of the Week from Dr. John Glauser

    Nov 01 2017

    Today we are reviewing the case of a 7 year old female cat that presented to our clinic with rapid breathing.  Upon examination of this sweet cat, I counted the…

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    Mast Cell Tumors – Case of the Week from Dr. John Glauser

    Oct 10 2017

    Our patient this week is a middle-aged mixed breed dog.  He developed a lump on the end of his docked tail that grew over several weeks.  He was beginning to…