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Happy Monday everyone! 🤗
We hope you are all enjoying this beautiful, sunny day ☀️ Pictured here smiling so brightly is our beautiful family member Nellie! 🐶
Nellie visited us for her annual examination and vaccinations, and as we’re sure you can imagine, she brought so many smiles and laughs to all of us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital 😁
We are so happy to have this sweet girl as part of our big family ❤️ #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #beagle #instadog #weloveyourpets #dogsofinstagram
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Sep 24, 2018
Happy Monday everyone! 🤗 We hope you are all enjoying this beautiful, sunny day ☀️ Pictured here smiling so brightly is our beautiful family member Nellie! 🐶 Nellie visited us for her annual examination and vaccinations, and as we’re sure you can imagine, she brought so many smiles and laughs to all of us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital 😁 We are so happy to have this sweet girl as part of our big family ❤️ #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #beagle #instadog #weloveyourpets #dogsofinstagram
*** WARNING: GRAPHIC PHOTOS*** Happy Friday everyone! 🤗 
We would like to introduce you to this week’s Pet of the Week. Pictured here is one of our newest family members, Buddy 🐶 
Buddy came in to Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital one evening when his loving mom noticed that he had severely injured his tail. Since Buddy is a young, active dog, his sweet senior mom was unsure of how he could have acquired such an injury, but the moment she noticed it, she knew he needed to be seen right away. 
Upon arrival, Buddy was immediately assessed by Dr. G, who noted that the injury was very deep and painful. Buddy’s mom wanted whatever was best for her baby, so he was promptly sedated so that Dr. G could fully assess the extent of his injury while still ensuring that Buddy stayed as comfortable as possible. 
During this thorough assessment under sedation, it was noted that the vertebrae and inner structure of Buddy’s tail was exposed (see the before photos). This meant that Buddy would need to have a partial tail amputation so that the damaged vertebra and tissue of his tail could be removed and the healing process could begin. As we’re sure you can imagine, this is a very delicate procedure, but Dr. G was confident that he could do what was best for Buddy, thus the damaged portion of his tail was carefully removed, and the healthy remaining portion was sutured (see the during and after photos). Following this delicate surgery, Buddy stayed with us in-hospital so that he could receive professional monitoring, intravenous fluids, antibiotics and pain medication to help with his healing process, and of course tons of cuddles, kisses, and belly rubs (which are Buddy’s favourite! ❤️) He absolutely warmed all of our hearts during his stay, and his heart-warming personality served as a true testament to the incredible amount of love he receives from his mom. Watching their reunion after his stay and being able to send him home feeling better again brought so much joy to all our hearts 💕 Here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we take great pride in our dedication towards working around the clock to save lives 🐾 
#lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets
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Sep 21, 2018
*** WARNING: GRAPHIC PHOTOS*** Happy Friday everyone! 🤗 We would like to introduce you to this week’s Pet of the Week. Pictured here is one of our newest family members, Buddy 🐶 Buddy came in to Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital one evening when his loving mom noticed that he had severely injured his tail. Since Buddy is a young, active dog, his sweet senior mom was unsure of how he could have acquired such an injury, but the moment she noticed it, she knew he needed to be seen right away. Upon arrival, Buddy was immediately assessed by Dr. G, who noted that the injury was very deep and painful. Buddy’s mom wanted whatever was best for her baby, so he was promptly sedated so that Dr. G could fully assess the extent of his injury while still ensuring that Buddy stayed as comfortable as possible. During this thorough assessment under sedation, it was noted that the vertebrae and inner structure of Buddy’s tail was exposed (see the before photos). This meant that Buddy would need to have a partial tail amputation so that the damaged vertebra and tissue of his tail could be removed and the healing process could begin. As we’re sure you can imagine, this is a very delicate procedure, but Dr. G was confident that he could do what was best for Buddy, thus the damaged portion of his tail was carefully removed, and the healthy remaining portion was sutured (see the during and after photos). Following this delicate surgery, Buddy stayed with us in-hospital so that he could receive professional monitoring, intravenous fluids, antibiotics and pain medication to help with his healing process, and of course tons of cuddles, kisses, and belly rubs (which are Buddy’s favourite! ❤️) He absolutely warmed all of our hearts during his stay, and his heart-warming personality served as a true testament to the incredible amount of love he receives from his mom. Watching their reunion after his stay and being able to send him home feeling better again brought so much joy to all our hearts 💕 Here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we take great pride in our dedication towards working around the clock to save lives 🐾 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets
Happy Thursday everyone! 🤗 
Some new and exciting things have happened in our in-house laboratory here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital that we wanted to share with all of you! 🐾
As many of you may know, we are equipped with on-site blood machines, which enable us to diagnose your fur baby and develop a treatment plan right away with no long wait times.
🔬Today our on-site blood machines received a new neighbor! 
The Sedi Vue Dx Urine Sediment Analyzer. This incredible machine is the new standard for urine sediment analysis, as it delivers consistent and accurate urine test results in less than 3 minutes! It produces high-resolution images that can be seen in real time, which also allows us to show you any identified elements found in your fur baby’s urine! 🔍
Here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we love to stay on top of the latest advances in veterinary technology!
#lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #veterinaryhospital #medicallaboratory #veterinarymedicine #technicaladvances
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Sep 20, 2018
Happy Thursday everyone! 🤗 Some new and exciting things have happened in our in-house laboratory here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital that we wanted to share with all of you! 🐾 As many of you may know, we are equipped with on-site blood machines, which enable us to diagnose your fur baby and develop a treatment plan right away with no long wait times. 🔬Today our on-site blood machines received a new neighbor! The Sedi Vue Dx Urine Sediment Analyzer. This incredible machine is the new standard for urine sediment analysis, as it delivers consistent and accurate urine test results in less than 3 minutes! It produces high-resolution images that can be seen in real time, which also allows us to show you any identified elements found in your fur baby’s urine! 🔍 Here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we love to stay on top of the latest advances in veterinary technology! #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #veterinaryhospital #medicallaboratory #veterinarymedicine #technicaladvances
Happy Wednesday everyone! 🤗 
We hope you are all enjoying this beautiful, sunny day ☀️ Pictured here alongside our RVT Little Sarah is the absolutely adorable Sadie 🐶 
Sadie was such a star patient during her visit - she definitely brought so many smiles to all of our faces! ☺️ She has been a member of our big family here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital since she was a tiny little pup, and being able to watch her grow has brought so much joy to all of us! ❤️ we hope you all have enjoyed being part of her journey through puppyhood as well! 
#lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #puppylove #weloveyourpets
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Sep 19, 2018
Happy Wednesday everyone! 🤗 We hope you are all enjoying this beautiful, sunny day ☀️ Pictured here alongside our RVT Little Sarah is the absolutely adorable Sadie 🐶 Sadie was such a star patient during her visit - she definitely brought so many smiles to all of our faces! ☺️ She has been a member of our big family here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital since she was a tiny little pup, and being able to watch her grow has brought so much joy to all of us! ❤️ we hope you all have enjoyed being part of her journey through puppyhood as well! #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #puppylove #weloveyourpets
Good Morning Everyone!☀️ Today we want to share a different side of our education with you all 🤓 This post is to give you a bit more information on our diagnostic work, and why we recommend the things that we do for your furry family members. 🐾
In this photo, we show you the difference between an X-ray (Radiograph), a CT (Computed Tomography) and an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) on a banana to help you better understand the phenomenal difference between these diagnostic tools🍌
So, what is the difference? 💀 X-rays, also known as Radiographs, use a small amount of radiation to pass through the body, onto a grid (or a piece on film) and therefore create an image. When the radiation tries to pass through a dense object, such as bone, it is stopped. Therefore, appearing white on the final radiographed image. The use of X-rays is perfect for the first-look diagnostic work. 🧠 Computed Tomography (CT), is another type of diagnostic work that combines radiation at a lower level than radiographs, and computed technology to create images of bone, soft tissue, and blood vessels all at the same time. It does not use magnetic power and works in 360 degree, cross-sectional views therefore getting a more complete view than the 2 dimensional X-ray. ⚡️Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses a combination of a powerful magnetic field, radio waves, and an advance computer system in order to produce accurate photos of organs, soft tissue, bones, and any other internal structures. There is no radiation used with this diagnostic work and abnormal tissues are often more detectable on an MRI than a CT.

This is just a brief background on the different diagnostic tools used in both Human and Veterinary diagnostic work. Comment below if you want more information like this! 💬
*these images were not taken by, or at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital*

#lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets #education #diagnostics #veterinarymedicine #clientfriendly
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Sep 18, 2018
Good Morning Everyone!☀️ Today we want to share a different side of our education with you all 🤓 This post is to give you a bit more information on our diagnostic work, and why we recommend the things that we do for your furry family members. 🐾 In this photo, we show you the difference between an X-ray (Radiograph), a CT (Computed Tomography) and an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) on a banana to help you better understand the phenomenal difference between these diagnostic tools🍌 So, what is the difference? 💀 X-rays, also known as Radiographs, use a small amount of radiation to pass through the body, onto a grid (or a piece on film) and therefore create an image. When the radiation tries to pass through a dense object, such as bone, it is stopped. Therefore, appearing white on the final radiographed image. The use of X-rays is perfect for the first-look diagnostic work. 🧠 Computed Tomography (CT), is another type of diagnostic work that combines radiation at a lower level than radiographs, and computed technology to create images of bone, soft tissue, and blood vessels all at the same time. It does not use magnetic power and works in 360 degree, cross-sectional views therefore getting a more complete view than the 2 dimensional X-ray. ⚡️Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses a combination of a powerful magnetic field, radio waves, and an advance computer system in order to produce accurate photos of organs, soft tissue, bones, and any other internal structures. There is no radiation used with this diagnostic work and abnormal tissues are often more detectable on an MRI than a CT. This is just a brief background on the different diagnostic tools used in both Human and Veterinary diagnostic work. Comment below if you want more information like this! 💬 *these images were not taken by, or at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital* #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets #education #diagnostics #veterinarymedicine #clientfriendly
Happy Monday everyone! 🤗
You may recognize this adorable photo from our Instagram story earlier today… pictured here is the very handsome Mr. Kota, who was in today for a dental prophy along with extractions! 🐶 
Prior to his dental, Kota received a thorough examination from Dr. G and had pre-anesthetic blood work performed in order to determine the appropriate anesthetic protocol for him. His dental procedure then commenced with full mouth digital dental X-rays so that we could get a look at the roots of his teeth, which is the part that lies below the gum line. He then received a thorough, full mouth prophylaxis in which each of his teeth were carefully assessed, cleaned, and polished. Any teeth that needed to removed were then carefully removed by Dr. G. (Check out the before and after photos to see his sparkly new smile! 😃)
As we’re sure you can imagine, Kota was an absolute star patient today! ⭐️ We hope his sweet face brings you as many smiles as he brings to us whenever he visits 💕 
#lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets
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Sep 17, 2018
Happy Monday everyone! 🤗 You may recognize this adorable photo from our Instagram story earlier today… pictured here is the very handsome Mr. Kota, who was in today for a dental prophy along with extractions! 🐶 Prior to his dental, Kota received a thorough examination from Dr. G and had pre-anesthetic blood work performed in order to determine the appropriate anesthetic protocol for him. His dental procedure then commenced with full mouth digital dental X-rays so that we could get a look at the roots of his teeth, which is the part that lies below the gum line. He then received a thorough, full mouth prophylaxis in which each of his teeth were carefully assessed, cleaned, and polished. Any teeth that needed to removed were then carefully removed by Dr. G. (Check out the before and after photos to see his sparkly new smile! 😃) As we’re sure you can imagine, Kota was an absolute star patient today! ⭐️ We hope his sweet face brings you as many smiles as he brings to us whenever he visits 💕 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets
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Hey everyone! It’s Friday, so you know what that means… time to share our Pet of the Week! Pictured here as this week’s Pet of the Week is our very handsome family member, Tigger 🐱 
Tigger came in to Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital as his loving family was very concerned that he was suddenly not acting himself – he seemed to be in a lot of pain, as he was attempting to vomit, vocalizing, and panting.
Upon arrival, Tigger immediately received a thorough assessment by Dr. G, which revealed that he had a distended and painful bladder. Dr. G decided that the best course of action would be to run a series of diagnostic work, including blood-work and x-rays (check out the photo of his x-ray).
Through this diagnostic work, it was determined that Tigger was experiencing a urinary blockage. This occurs when the urethra (the tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body) becomes blocked, which makes it difficult or even impossible for the bladder to empty. This blockage is usually caused by a buildup of material such as urinary stones, urinary crystals, mucus, blood clots, and/or bacteria. In Tigger’s case, it was caused by a buildup of urinary crystals.
Tigger was immediately hospitalized, and had a urinary catheter placed so that his bladder could be thoroughly flushed and drained (check out the photos of his urine). He stayed with us for a few days and nights in order to receive professional monitoring, intravenous fluids, medication, and of course tons of cuddles and kisses! His urinary catheter was then removed, and he was evaluated in order to ensure that he could urinate freely on his own.
We are all so happy to report that Tigger recovered amazingly! He was able to go home to his loving family who missed him dearly, and is greatly enjoying his new diet change meant to decrease the tendency to form crystals ❤️
To learn more about urinary blockage in cats, be sure to check out one of our blogs using the following link: http://www.oakvillevets.com/blog/48970-urinary-blockage-in-cats
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Sep 14, 2018
***WARNING: GRAPHIC PHOTOS*** Hey everyone! It’s Friday, so you know what that means… time to share our Pet of the Week! Pictured here as this week’s Pet of the Week is our very handsome family member, Tigger 🐱 Tigger came in to Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital as his loving family was very concerned that he was suddenly not acting himself – he seemed to be in a lot of pain, as he was attempting to vomit, vocalizing, and panting. Upon arrival, Tigger immediately received a thorough assessment by Dr. G, which revealed that he had a distended and painful bladder. Dr. G decided that the best course of action would be to run a series of diagnostic work, including blood-work and x-rays (check out the photo of his x-ray). Through this diagnostic work, it was determined that Tigger was experiencing a urinary blockage. This occurs when the urethra (the tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body) becomes blocked, which makes it difficult or even impossible for the bladder to empty. This blockage is usually caused by a buildup of material such as urinary stones, urinary crystals, mucus, blood clots, and/or bacteria. In Tigger’s case, it was caused by a buildup of urinary crystals. Tigger was immediately hospitalized, and had a urinary catheter placed so that his bladder could be thoroughly flushed and drained (check out the photos of his urine). He stayed with us for a few days and nights in order to receive professional monitoring, intravenous fluids, medication, and of course tons of cuddles and kisses! His urinary catheter was then removed, and he was evaluated in order to ensure that he could urinate freely on his own. We are all so happy to report that Tigger recovered amazingly! He was able to go home to his loving family who missed him dearly, and is greatly enjoying his new diet change meant to decrease the tendency to form crystals ❤️ To learn more about urinary blockage in cats, be sure to check out one of our blogs using the following link: http://www.oakvillevets.com/blog/48970-urinary-blockage-in-cats
Happy Thursday everyone! 🤗 
We hope you are all having a wonderful day! ☀️ Today we wanted to share this photo of our beautiful family member, Athena, who is pictured alongside one of our wonderful volunteers, Liam! 🐶 
Athena is a Cane Corso, which is a large Italian dog breed! 🐾 
Cane Corsos are known for being intelligent, loyal, and confident protectors ❤️ As you can see, sweet Athena has the ability to bring tons of smiles to everyone she meets! We hope this photo of her brightens your day! ☺️ #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #canecorso #weloveyourpets
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Sep 13, 2018
Happy Thursday everyone! 🤗 We hope you are all having a wonderful day! ☀️ Today we wanted to share this photo of our beautiful family member, Athena, who is pictured alongside one of our wonderful volunteers, Liam! 🐶 Athena is a Cane Corso, which is a large Italian dog breed! 🐾 Cane Corsos are known for being intelligent, loyal, and confident protectors ❤️ As you can see, sweet Athena has the ability to bring tons of smiles to everyone she meets! We hope this photo of her brightens your day! ☺️ #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #canecorso #weloveyourpets
Happy Wednesday everyone! 🤗 
We hope you are all enjoying this beautiful, sunny afternoon ☀️ Here to brighten it even more is our very handsome family member Toby! 🐶 
Toby visited us for his annual examination and vaccinations, and he sure brought so many smiles to all of our faces ❤️ We are so happy to have this sweet boy as part of our big family here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital! 
#lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #shihtzu #weloveyourpets
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Sep 12, 2018
Happy Wednesday everyone! 🤗 We hope you are all enjoying this beautiful, sunny afternoon ☀️ Here to brighten it even more is our very handsome family member Toby! 🐶 Toby visited us for his annual examination and vaccinations, and he sure brought so many smiles to all of our faces ❤️ We are so happy to have this sweet boy as part of our big family here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital! #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #shihtzu #weloveyourpets
Happy Tuesday everyone! 🤗

As you all know, here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we absolutely love to provide educational information via the posts that we share with you each day, as we want all pet owners to be able to fully understand why we recommend what we do for your furry family members 🐾 
Today we would like to talk about a topic that many people hear about but don't necessarily understand a lot about; Spaying and Neutering! Pictured here to get this topic started is our beautiful family member Ariel after having her spay done! 🐶 🚺 An ovariohysterectomy, also known as “spaying” a female pet, is a surgical procedure in which both the ovaries and the uterus are removed. This prevents overpopulation of puppies and kittens in the community, ovarian cysts and cancer, mammary tumours, and a life threatening infection of the uterus called a “pyometra”. 🚹 An orchidectomy, also known as “neutering” a male pet, is a surgical procedure in which both testicles are removed. Similarly to spaying, neutering your pet prevents unwanted pregnancies and overpopulation, as well as prevents testicular cancer and can decrease aggression. 
For more information, or if you have any questions regarding making the decision to spay or neuter your pet, give us a call at 289-837-0100 or email us at info@oakvillevets.com 
Stay tuned for the next part of our Spay/Neuter series where we will be debunking common myths surrounding spaying and neutering! 🐶❤️🐱 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #vetlife #vettech #peteducation #dogsofinstagram #puppiesofinstagram #catsofinstagram #kittensofinstagram #kittiesofinstagram #journeyoflearning
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Sep 11, 2018
Happy Tuesday everyone! 🤗 As you all know, here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we absolutely love to provide educational information via the posts that we share with you each day, as we want all pet owners to be able to fully understand why we recommend what we do for your furry family members 🐾 Today we would like to talk about a topic that many people hear about but don't necessarily understand a lot about; Spaying and Neutering! Pictured here to get this topic started is our beautiful family member Ariel after having her spay done! 🐶 🚺 An ovariohysterectomy, also known as “spaying” a female pet, is a surgical procedure in which both the ovaries and the uterus are removed. This prevents overpopulation of puppies and kittens in the community, ovarian cysts and cancer, mammary tumours, and a life threatening infection of the uterus called a “pyometra”. 🚹 An orchidectomy, also known as “neutering” a male pet, is a surgical procedure in which both testicles are removed. Similarly to spaying, neutering your pet prevents unwanted pregnancies and overpopulation, as well as prevents testicular cancer and can decrease aggression. For more information, or if you have any questions regarding making the decision to spay or neuter your pet, give us a call at 289-837-0100 or email us at info@oakvillevets.com Stay tuned for the next part of our Spay/Neuter series where we will be debunking common myths surrounding spaying and neutering! 🐶❤️🐱 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #vetlife #vettech #peteducation #dogsofinstagram #puppiesofinstagram #catsofinstagram #kittensofinstagram #kittiesofinstagram #journeyoflearning
Happy Monday everyone! 🤗
Here to brighten up this gloomy day is one of the newest members of our big family, Melo 🐱 
Melo visited us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital for his annual examination and vaccinations, and as we’re sure you can tell from these photos, he had an absolute blast in our cat room! 
Here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we have 4 examination rooms, which allows us to keep them dog and cat friendly 🐶🐱 We find this reduces any anxiety your furry family member may have, as well as makes their visit that much more fun since they are surrounded with yummy treats and toys/enrichment they are sure to enjoy! ❤️🐾 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #kittylove #weloveyourpets
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Sep 10, 2018
Happy Monday everyone! 🤗 Here to brighten up this gloomy day is one of the newest members of our big family, Melo 🐱 Melo visited us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital for his annual examination and vaccinations, and as we’re sure you can tell from these photos, he had an absolute blast in our cat room! Here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we have 4 examination rooms, which allows us to keep them dog and cat friendly 🐶🐱 We find this reduces any anxiety your furry family member may have, as well as makes their visit that much more fun since they are surrounded with yummy treats and toys/enrichment they are sure to enjoy! ❤️🐾 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #kittylove #weloveyourpets
Hey everyone! We hope you’re all enjoying the weekend so far ⛵️ Today we wanted to share another new member of our growing Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital Family! His (human) parents sent this photo to us and we have been dying to share it! 
Meet the adorable little Finnigan 🐾 He was introduce to us for a check up by Dr.G as well as some puppy vaccines! There’s no doubt he was a very brave patient ⭐️ #puppiesofinstagram #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #puppyeyes #veterinaryhospital #puppyvaccines
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Sep 08, 2018
Hey everyone! We hope you’re all enjoying the weekend so far ⛵️ Today we wanted to share another new member of our growing Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital Family! His (human) parents sent this photo to us and we have been dying to share it! Meet the adorable little Finnigan 🐾 He was introduce to us for a check up by Dr.G as well as some puppy vaccines! There’s no doubt he was a very brave patient ⭐️ #puppiesofinstagram #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #puppyeyes #veterinaryhospital #puppyvaccines
Welcome to another Friday! Is everyone ready for the weekend?? ☀️
As you know, it wouldn’t be Friday without sharing our Pet of the Week! So without any delay, we’d like to introduce you all to the beautiful Brook!💜
Brook came to us one day because her owner was very concerned that she was not acting herself... she was very wobbly, drooling excessively and seemed very sensitive to be touched. After a thorough examination and getting a full history from her owner, it was determined that Brook may have eaten something she wasn’t supposed to.. Dr.G and his staff had to act fast in getting a few X-rays taken before deciding upon the next step. Investigation by Dr.G of the radiographs taken, determined that Brook had eaten A LOT of something’s that she shouldn’t have... including some pieces of bones. Dr.G decided the best course of action would be to induce vomiting and get everything out. 
Unfortunately, Brook had managed to get into the garbage and everything she had eaten was causing her discomfort and an obstruction in her gut. Once everything was finally out of her stomach, Brook was given activated charcoal to ensure no toxins could be left behind!⚠️
We are happy to inform everyone that she has recovered phenomenally and is enjoying life back at work with her Dad 🐾 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #petsofinstagram #veterinaryhospital #radiographs #foreignbody
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Sep 07, 2018
Welcome to another Friday! Is everyone ready for the weekend?? ☀️ As you know, it wouldn’t be Friday without sharing our Pet of the Week! So without any delay, we’d like to introduce you all to the beautiful Brook!💜 Brook came to us one day because her owner was very concerned that she was not acting herself... she was very wobbly, drooling excessively and seemed very sensitive to be touched. After a thorough examination and getting a full history from her owner, it was determined that Brook may have eaten something she wasn’t supposed to.. Dr.G and his staff had to act fast in getting a few X-rays taken before deciding upon the next step. Investigation by Dr.G of the radiographs taken, determined that Brook had eaten A LOT of something’s that she shouldn’t have... including some pieces of bones. Dr.G decided the best course of action would be to induce vomiting and get everything out. Unfortunately, Brook had managed to get into the garbage and everything she had eaten was causing her discomfort and an obstruction in her gut. Once everything was finally out of her stomach, Brook was given activated charcoal to ensure no toxins could be left behind!⚠️ We are happy to inform everyone that she has recovered phenomenally and is enjoying life back at work with her Dad 🐾 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #petsofinstagram #veterinaryhospital #radiographs #foreignbody
Happy Thursday Everyone! Can your remember who this adorable little girl is ?? 🐾 A few weeks ago we introduced you to this new furry family member of ours, but at the time, she did not have a name yet.... Well, we promised you an update and here it is: Please welcome, the beautiful little ROXY!! 🌸☺️ We feel its a very fitting name for her spunky and energetic attitude!💛 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #petsofinstagram #puppylove #weloveyourpets
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Sep 06, 2018
Happy Thursday Everyone! Can your remember who this adorable little girl is ?? 🐾 A few weeks ago we introduced you to this new furry family member of ours, but at the time, she did not have a name yet.... Well, we promised you an update and here it is: Please welcome, the beautiful little ROXY!! 🌸☺️ We feel its a very fitting name for her spunky and energetic attitude!💛 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #petsofinstagram #puppylove #weloveyourpets
The Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital Family would like to introduce to you these to adorable siblings! The very handsome Marshmallow (on the left) and the stunning Smeagles (on the right). They came in today to get their vaccinations, and were an absolutely a pleasure to have!! ❤️🤗 if you can’t already tell, Marshmallow was interrupted mid nap for this appointment 💤  #kittensofinsta #petsofinstagram #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #furbabies
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Sep 05, 2018
The Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital Family would like to introduce to you these to adorable siblings! The very handsome Marshmallow (on the left) and the stunning Smeagles (on the right). They came in today to get their vaccinations, and were an absolutely a pleasure to have!! ❤️🤗 if you can’t already tell, Marshmallow was interrupted mid nap for this appointment 💤 #kittensofinsta #petsofinstagram #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #furbabies
Hey everyone! We hope you all had a fun and safe long weekend ☀️ Here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we understand that sometimes the first day back to work (or school) can feel like a long one.. so here to make it just a little bit better is the handsome and smiley Maximus! 🐾 Max is the newest member to our family, he came in to have a meet and greet with Dr.G and I think it’s safe to say they are the best new buddies! 🌿 keep your heads up and your smiles big because in case you forgot, it’s a short week! 🙂 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #americaneskimo #vetvisit #dogsofinstagram #loveyourpets
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Sep 04, 2018
Hey everyone! We hope you all had a fun and safe long weekend ☀️ Here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we understand that sometimes the first day back to work (or school) can feel like a long one.. so here to make it just a little bit better is the handsome and smiley Maximus! 🐾 Max is the newest member to our family, he came in to have a meet and greet with Dr.G and I think it’s safe to say they are the best new buddies! 🌿 keep your heads up and your smiles big because in case you forgot, it’s a short week! 🙂 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #americaneskimo #vetvisit #dogsofinstagram #loveyourpets
Hey everyone! We hope you are all enjoying your long weekend so far! ☀️ We just wanted to share with everyone our working hours:
Saturday: 9 am-12 pm
Sunday: 10 am-2 pm for food and medication sales only.
Monday: CLOSED.
We will return to our regular hours on Tuesday, September 4th! That being said, we will be unavailable for emergencies on Monday.
If you have a veterinary emergency, please contact the Burlington Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital at (905)637-8111. 
From our family to yours, we wish you all a very safe and happy long weekend! 🐾🌿
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Sep 01, 2018
Hey everyone! We hope you are all enjoying your long weekend so far! ☀️ We just wanted to share with everyone our working hours: Saturday: 9 am-12 pm Sunday: 10 am-2 pm for food and medication sales only. Monday: CLOSED. We will return to our regular hours on Tuesday, September 4th! That being said, we will be unavailable for emergencies on Monday. If you have a veterinary emergency, please contact the Burlington Veterinary Emergency and Referral Hospital at (905)637-8111. From our family to yours, we wish you all a very safe and happy long weekend! 🐾🌿
Hey everyone! Not only is today Friday.. but it’s also the start of a long weekend! ☀️🌿 Here to get everyone’s awesome weekend started is our Pet of the Week, Boomer! Isn’t he handsome 🐾

Boomer came to us for a routine dental cleaning as well as a tooth extraction. He was such a star patient throughout his whole visit! 
To give everyone a small idea of our dental cleaning procedures, here is a brief breakdown:
After the initial dental examination by one of our Veterinary Technicians,
- A full nose to tail examination (including the teeth) is done by the doctor prior to sedation and anesthesia.
- Once good health is determined by the doctor, the patient is prepared for the procedure. This includes many steps such as sedation, IV catheter placement with IV fluids etc.
- The procedure is started with full mouth radiographs to get a clear idea of how all the roots of the teeth are looking.
- Next, a thorough full mouth prophylaxis (cleaning of each tooth) is done. - After the cleaning and polishing, if there are any teeth that do need to be removed, the doctor will carefully remove them.
For more information on our dental procedures, check out our blog http://www.oakvillevets.com/blog/13940-dental-health-and-your-pets or Call us at ☎️ (289) 837.0100
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Aug 31, 2018
Hey everyone! Not only is today Friday.. but it’s also the start of a long weekend! ☀️🌿 Here to get everyone’s awesome weekend started is our Pet of the Week, Boomer! Isn’t he handsome 🐾 Boomer came to us for a routine dental cleaning as well as a tooth extraction. He was such a star patient throughout his whole visit! To give everyone a small idea of our dental cleaning procedures, here is a brief breakdown: After the initial dental examination by one of our Veterinary Technicians, - A full nose to tail examination (including the teeth) is done by the doctor prior to sedation and anesthesia. - Once good health is determined by the doctor, the patient is prepared for the procedure. This includes many steps such as sedation, IV catheter placement with IV fluids etc. - The procedure is started with full mouth radiographs to get a clear idea of how all the roots of the teeth are looking. - Next, a thorough full mouth prophylaxis (cleaning of each tooth) is done. - After the cleaning and polishing, if there are any teeth that do need to be removed, the doctor will carefully remove them. For more information on our dental procedures, check out our blog http://www.oakvillevets.com/blog/13940-dental-health-and-your-pets or Call us at ☎️ (289) 837.0100
Good evening everyone! The Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital Family would like to introduce this lovely lady, Cookie. She came in today to get her vaccines, and she was an exquisite patient!! 🐶She got a much deserved playtime and lots of hugs and kisses! 😘  #puppiesofinstagram#goldendoodle#loveourpets
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Aug 30, 2018
Good evening everyone! The Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital Family would like to introduce this lovely lady, Cookie. She came in today to get her vaccines, and she was an exquisite patient!! 🐶She got a much deserved playtime and lots of hugs and kisses! 😘 #puppiesofinstagram#goldendoodle#loveourpets
The Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital hopes everyone is having a WONDERFUL Wednesday!! 🤗 Here is the very handsome Junior 🐶 we hope his adorable face brings everyone as much happiness as he did to us.🐾 #petsofinstagram #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital#germanshepherd
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Aug 29, 2018
The Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital hopes everyone is having a WONDERFUL Wednesday!! 🤗 Here is the very handsome Junior 🐶 we hope his adorable face brings everyone as much happiness as he did to us.🐾 #petsofinstagram #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital#germanshepherd