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  • Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital
  • 2319 Lakeshore Road, Oakville, ON L7L 1H2

  • (289) 837-0100

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    We are Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital and we want to extend our hands/paws/claws to welcome you to our brand new clinic that is coming soon! We will be a bright, spacious 3,500 square foot clinic with a half acre space for 35 parking spaces as well as 5 designated handicap parking spaces. We will be fully equipped with the latest and top notch equipment to take the best care possible of your pets
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      Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital

      2319 Lakeshore Road
      Oakville, ON L7L 1H2
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How cute are these two? This is Big sister Cassie and Baby Callie. Callie came in for her last set of vaccines and Cassie came along for moral support. So sweet. 🤗🐶🐶❤️
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Apr 24, 2018
How cute are these two? This is Big sister Cassie and Baby Callie. Callie came in for her last set of vaccines and Cassie came along for moral support. So sweet. 🤗🐶🐶❤️
What a beautiful start to the week! ☀️ today's photo features one of our wonderful Veterinary Technicians, little Sarah, as well as the adorable Missy! Missy stopped by for a nail trim and was the perfect star patient ⭐️ #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #chihuahua #rvt #joblove
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Apr 23, 2018
What a beautiful start to the week! ☀️ today's photo features one of our wonderful Veterinary Technicians, little Sarah, as well as the adorable Missy! Missy stopped by for a nail trim and was the perfect star patient ⭐️ #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #chihuahua #rvt #joblove
We hope everyone is enjoying the beautiful weather! ☀️It's the perfect day for us to announce that today is our first official day of hosting puppy training classes here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital!! 🐾 Naturally, we thought it would be very appropriate to share our newest family member, Lucy! 🌸 We can't wait to watch this beautiful little girl grow into those ears! 💕 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #germanshepherd #puppy
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Apr 21, 2018
We hope everyone is enjoying the beautiful weather! ☀️It's the perfect day for us to announce that today is our first official day of hosting puppy training classes here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital!! 🐾 Naturally, we thought it would be very appropriate to share our newest family member, Lucy! 🌸 We can't wait to watch this beautiful little girl grow into those ears! 💕 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #germanshepherd #puppy
Happy Friday everyone! 
We would like to introduce you to our Pet of the Week - the absolutely adorable Murphy! 🐶

Murphy is a 16 week old puppy who was enjoying the afternoon exploring in his neighbours backyard ☀️ He snuck away behind some bushes for just a few moments, and when his loving parents caught sight of him again, they found him with a chicken bone in his mouth! 🍗 They quickly removed the chicken bone from his grasp, though they unfortunately were unsure whether or not he may have ingested any more when they weren’t looking. Thus, they took quick action and immediately brought him in to Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, where he was thoroughly assessed by Dr. G. 
Through a series of digital radiographs, we determined that Murphy did in fact ingest quite a large amount of chicken bones, which were stuck inside of his stomach (check out the x-rays). Due to the serious nature of this situation, Murphy immediately had an emergency exploratory laparotomy performed, in which Dr. G opened up his stomach and removed each and every one of the chicken bones inside. He also carefully checked Murphy’s intestines in order to ensure that none of the chicken bones began to make their way there via his stomach (check out the photo of all the bones). All of us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital are so happy to share that Murphy’s surgery went extremely smoothly. He spent the night with us so that we could keep a close eye on him, and with the help of professional monitoring, medication, and lots of cuddles and kisses from us as well as his family (who visited and dropped off his favourite toys to make him feel even more at home), sweet little Murphy recovered incredibly 🤗 
Though Murphy’s chicken bone incident was obviously an unfortunate situation, we are so happy to have been able to save him, and we look forward to watching him grow and live a wonderful life with his absolutely extraordinary family 💗
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Apr 20, 2018
Happy Friday everyone! We would like to introduce you to our Pet of the Week - the absolutely adorable Murphy! 🐶 Murphy is a 16 week old puppy who was enjoying the afternoon exploring in his neighbours backyard ☀️ He snuck away behind some bushes for just a few moments, and when his loving parents caught sight of him again, they found him with a chicken bone in his mouth! 🍗 They quickly removed the chicken bone from his grasp, though they unfortunately were unsure whether or not he may have ingested any more when they weren’t looking. Thus, they took quick action and immediately brought him in to Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, where he was thoroughly assessed by Dr. G. Through a series of digital radiographs, we determined that Murphy did in fact ingest quite a large amount of chicken bones, which were stuck inside of his stomach (check out the x-rays). Due to the serious nature of this situation, Murphy immediately had an emergency exploratory laparotomy performed, in which Dr. G opened up his stomach and removed each and every one of the chicken bones inside. He also carefully checked Murphy’s intestines in order to ensure that none of the chicken bones began to make their way there via his stomach (check out the photo of all the bones). All of us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital are so happy to share that Murphy’s surgery went extremely smoothly. He spent the night with us so that we could keep a close eye on him, and with the help of professional monitoring, medication, and lots of cuddles and kisses from us as well as his family (who visited and dropped off his favourite toys to make him feel even more at home), sweet little Murphy recovered incredibly 🤗 Though Murphy’s chicken bone incident was obviously an unfortunate situation, we are so happy to have been able to save him, and we look forward to watching him grow and live a wonderful life with his absolutely extraordinary family 💗
From all of us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital we would like to wish these furry family members a very Happy Birthday!!! 🎂They were all born in April, so we hope that they've had and will have an amazing birthday. I know we may have missed some so please feel free to post your fur babies birthday pictures in the comments! 🤗🍰🐶🐱#happybirthday #weloveyourpets #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #happy #celebrate #treats
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Apr 17, 2018
From all of us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital we would like to wish these furry family members a very Happy Birthday!!! 🎂They were all born in April, so we hope that they've had and will have an amazing birthday. I know we may have missed some so please feel free to post your fur babies birthday pictures in the comments! 🤗🍰🐶🐱#happybirthday #weloveyourpets #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #happy #celebrate #treats
This is the handsome Versace, sharing his 'concerned' face about this weather...🌨 we must agree with him, and hope everyone has been staying safe these past few days! #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #staysafe #multipoo
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Apr 16, 2018
This is the handsome Versace, sharing his 'concerned' face about this weather...🌨 we must agree with him, and hope everyone has been staying safe these past few days! #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #staysafe #multipoo
The Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital family, wishes everyone an amazing weekend! We once again thanks everyone who came out and participated in our Easter egg hunt, and hope everyone had an amazing time.🤗
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Apr 15, 2018
The Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital family, wishes everyone an amazing weekend! We once again thanks everyone who came out and participated in our Easter egg hunt, and hope everyone had an amazing time.🤗
Nothing like playtime with Jordy to brighten up this rainy Saturday! 🌦
We always have so much fun when this sweet boy comes to visit us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital! 
We're so happy to have you as part of our big family, Jordy. Thank you for bringing us so many smiles ❤️
#finnishspitz #puppylove #playtime #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Apr 14, 2018
Nothing like playtime with Jordy to brighten up this rainy Saturday! 🌦 We always have so much fun when this sweet boy comes to visit us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital! We're so happy to have you as part of our big family, Jordy. Thank you for bringing us so many smiles ❤️ #finnishspitz #puppylove #playtime #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital
Happy Friday everyone! 🤗 
We would like to introduce you all to this week’s Pet of the Week – the absolutely gorgeous Chanel! 🐱

Chanel tagged along with her loving mom on a flight to visit Ontario ✈️ Unfortunately, this flight proved to be quite stressful for Chanel, and she managed to injure her front paws in attempt to escape from her carrier. Upon landing, her mom noticed her injuries and brought her in to Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, where she was immediately assessed by Dr. G. 
Chanel had her paws carefully cleaned and bandaged and was prescribed medication to help with her healing process. For the remainder of her visit in Ontario, we continued to closely monitor Chanel’s injuries, and we are so happy to report that with the help of the bandages, medication, and of course lots of love, this sweet girl made a full recovery! 
In order to keep her newly healed paws safe, Chanel had a new set of bandages applied for her return flight home as a preventive measure. Doesn't she make them look fabulous?! 💁🏻 These bandages proved to work perfectly as well, as Chanel landed happily without any new and unwanted injuries! 
We are so happy to have this sweet girl as part of our big family here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, no matter the geographical distance between us ❤️✈️
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Apr 13, 2018
Happy Friday everyone! 🤗 We would like to introduce you all to this week’s Pet of the Week – the absolutely gorgeous Chanel! 🐱 Chanel tagged along with her loving mom on a flight to visit Ontario ✈️ Unfortunately, this flight proved to be quite stressful for Chanel, and she managed to injure her front paws in attempt to escape from her carrier. Upon landing, her mom noticed her injuries and brought her in to Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, where she was immediately assessed by Dr. G. Chanel had her paws carefully cleaned and bandaged and was prescribed medication to help with her healing process. For the remainder of her visit in Ontario, we continued to closely monitor Chanel’s injuries, and we are so happy to report that with the help of the bandages, medication, and of course lots of love, this sweet girl made a full recovery! In order to keep her newly healed paws safe, Chanel had a new set of bandages applied for her return flight home as a preventive measure. Doesn't she make them look fabulous?! 💁🏻 These bandages proved to work perfectly as well, as Chanel landed happily without any new and unwanted injuries! We are so happy to have this sweet girl as part of our big family here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, no matter the geographical distance between us ❤️✈️
It’s Thursday everyone and you know what that means... time for Toxin Talk! ⚠️ We received a comment on one of our previous Toxin Talk posts asking for more information regarding essential oils, and with their growing popularity recently, we felt it would be very informative to shed some light on those that may be toxic to your sweet fur babies. There are so many different kinds of essential oils available - we could definitely go on and on about each of them! This infographic includes the most common ones that may be toxic to your pets. That being said, please note that toxic essential oils are not only limited to the ones included here. 
Though essential oils are used as treatments for common ailments for people, it is important to keep in mind that animals react to and adsorb the oils differently than humans do. Cats and dogs have an enhanced sense of smell, so using diffusers can be overwhelming for them. Their livers also cannot metabolize some of the compounds present in essential oils, which can make them more susceptible to toxicity. Adverse reactions vary, though they may include squinting, excessive drooling, scratching, increased breathing rate, and lethargy. Thus, if you do have essential oils around, be sure to keep them away from your pets reach. Please understand that as with any form of toxin ingestion, time is of the essence. Contact us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital for further information or assistance! We are always here to help ❤️ Check out this article for more information about essential oils - http://www.vmdtoday.com/news/are-essential-oils-harmful-to-cats-and-dogs

If there are any specific toxins you would like to learn about, be sure to leave us a comment below!
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Apr 12, 2018
It’s Thursday everyone and you know what that means... time for Toxin Talk! ⚠️ We received a comment on one of our previous Toxin Talk posts asking for more information regarding essential oils, and with their growing popularity recently, we felt it would be very informative to shed some light on those that may be toxic to your sweet fur babies. There are so many different kinds of essential oils available - we could definitely go on and on about each of them! This infographic includes the most common ones that may be toxic to your pets. That being said, please note that toxic essential oils are not only limited to the ones included here. Though essential oils are used as treatments for common ailments for people, it is important to keep in mind that animals react to and adsorb the oils differently than humans do. Cats and dogs have an enhanced sense of smell, so using diffusers can be overwhelming for them. Their livers also cannot metabolize some of the compounds present in essential oils, which can make them more susceptible to toxicity. Adverse reactions vary, though they may include squinting, excessive drooling, scratching, increased breathing rate, and lethargy. Thus, if you do have essential oils around, be sure to keep them away from your pets reach. Please understand that as with any form of toxin ingestion, time is of the essence. Contact us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital for further information or assistance! We are always here to help ❤️ Check out this article for more information about essential oils - http://www.vmdtoday.com/news/are-essential-oils-harmful-to-cats-and-dogs If there are any specific toxins you would like to learn about, be sure to leave us a comment below!
We are so very pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Pawsitive Plus Dog Training and are offering classes right here at the clinic! There are still a few spots open for the Perfect Puppy classes starting this Saturday, April 14 th! Call us for more details. And don't forget to check out our website, oakvillevets.com to get more information.  #training #puppies #doggies #excited #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #pawsitiveplus
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Apr 09, 2018
We are so very pleased to announce that we have teamed up with Pawsitive Plus Dog Training and are offering classes right here at the clinic! There are still a few spots open for the Perfect Puppy classes starting this Saturday, April 14 th! Call us for more details. And don't forget to check out our website, oakvillevets.com to get more information. #training #puppies #doggies #excited #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #pawsitiveplus
Happy Saturday everyone! 🤗
What better way to get the weekend started than with this adorable photo of Lily and Phoebe! 🐶🐶
These two gorgeous girls are the newest members of our big family here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, and we are so happy to have them! ❤️
Welcome Lily and Phoebe! 
#lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets #maltese #shihtzu #adorable
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Apr 07, 2018
Happy Saturday everyone! 🤗 What better way to get the weekend started than with this adorable photo of Lily and Phoebe! 🐶🐶 These two gorgeous girls are the newest members of our big family here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, and we are so happy to have them! ❤️ Welcome Lily and Phoebe! #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets #maltese #shihtzu #adorable
*** WARNING. GRAPHIC SURGICAL PHOTOS*** Happy Friday everyone! Pictured here as our Pet of the Week is the absolutely adorable Kitty Minky 🐱 Her story is definitely a remarkable one, so we just had to share it with all of you... Kitty Minky came in to Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital as she was not acting herself - she was lethargic, vomiting, unwilling to eat, and losing weight. 
A series of diagnostic work was run to help determine the cause behind Kitty Minky’s symptoms, including blood work, radiographs, and an ultrasound. Dr. G then determined that the best course of action would be to perform an exploratory laparotomy (this is a very delicate surgery in which the abdomen is opened and the abdominal organs are examined for injury or disease). During this procedure, Dr. G discovered that Kitty Minky had ingested a piece of string, which had caused a linear intestinal obstruction. The area of the intestine in which the string was caught became so damaged by the piece of string that Dr. G had to remove the affected section of the intestine (which was 1/3 of her intestine) and then attach the remaining ends together (this is an extremely delicate surgical procedure referred to as anastomosis. Check out the photos of the procedure!) Following Kitty Minky’s successful surgery, she stayed with us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital for a few days and nights in order to receive professional monitoring, medication, and an abundance of hugs and kisses of course! This sweet little girl proved to be a fighter, and after these few days and nights, she was ready to go home to her loving family who missed her dearly! They continued to aid Kitty Minky through her recovery period, and we are filled with joy to share this happy ending with you - she is doing absolutely incredible! 💗

Here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we know how much your furry family members mean to you - they mean the same to us! We pride ourselves in our passion towards working around the clock to save lives 🐾 
#lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Apr 06, 2018
*** WARNING. GRAPHIC SURGICAL PHOTOS*** Happy Friday everyone! Pictured here as our Pet of the Week is the absolutely adorable Kitty Minky 🐱 Her story is definitely a remarkable one, so we just had to share it with all of you... Kitty Minky came in to Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital as she was not acting herself - she was lethargic, vomiting, unwilling to eat, and losing weight. A series of diagnostic work was run to help determine the cause behind Kitty Minky’s symptoms, including blood work, radiographs, and an ultrasound. Dr. G then determined that the best course of action would be to perform an exploratory laparotomy (this is a very delicate surgery in which the abdomen is opened and the abdominal organs are examined for injury or disease). During this procedure, Dr. G discovered that Kitty Minky had ingested a piece of string, which had caused a linear intestinal obstruction. The area of the intestine in which the string was caught became so damaged by the piece of string that Dr. G had to remove the affected section of the intestine (which was 1/3 of her intestine) and then attach the remaining ends together (this is an extremely delicate surgical procedure referred to as anastomosis. Check out the photos of the procedure!) Following Kitty Minky’s successful surgery, she stayed with us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital for a few days and nights in order to receive professional monitoring, medication, and an abundance of hugs and kisses of course! This sweet little girl proved to be a fighter, and after these few days and nights, she was ready to go home to her loving family who missed her dearly! They continued to aid Kitty Minky through her recovery period, and we are filled with joy to share this happy ending with you - she is doing absolutely incredible! 💗 Here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital, we know how much your furry family members mean to you - they mean the same to us! We pride ourselves in our passion towards working around the clock to save lives 🐾 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets
It’s Thursday everyone and you know what that means... time for Toxin Talk! 
We received a comment on one of our previous Toxin Talk posts asking for some more information regarding plants and flowers, and what better time to discuss these than now, as we are sure everyone is looking to decorate their homes and gardens in celebration of springs arrival! 🌸🌼 There are so many different species of plants and flowers - we could definitely go on and on about each of them! This infographic includes the most common ones that may be toxic to your pets. That being said, please keep in mind that they are not only limited to the examples included here. 
If you do have plants and flowers around, be sure to keep them away from your pets reach. If they do happen to unfortunately ingest any, please understand that as with any form of toxin ingestion, time is of the essence. Contact us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital for further information or assistance! We are always here to help ❤️ If there is a specific plant or flower not included here that you would like more information about, or any other specific toxins you would like to learn about, be sure to leave us a comment below!
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Apr 05, 2018
It’s Thursday everyone and you know what that means... time for Toxin Talk! We received a comment on one of our previous Toxin Talk posts asking for some more information regarding plants and flowers, and what better time to discuss these than now, as we are sure everyone is looking to decorate their homes and gardens in celebration of springs arrival! 🌸🌼 There are so many different species of plants and flowers - we could definitely go on and on about each of them! This infographic includes the most common ones that may be toxic to your pets. That being said, please keep in mind that they are not only limited to the examples included here. If you do have plants and flowers around, be sure to keep them away from your pets reach. If they do happen to unfortunately ingest any, please understand that as with any form of toxin ingestion, time is of the essence. Contact us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital for further information or assistance! We are always here to help ❤️ If there is a specific plant or flower not included here that you would like more information about, or any other specific toxins you would like to learn about, be sure to leave us a comment below!
Happy Wednesday everyone! 🤗
We would like to introduce you to our newest family member here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital - the absolutely adorable Max! 🐶
Max was such a star patient during his visit with us today and we just had to share this photo of him with you, as his great big smile is sure to brighten up this cold, gloomy day for you! 😄
Welcome to the Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital family, Max! We are so happy to have you ❤️
#lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets
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Apr 04, 2018
Happy Wednesday everyone! 🤗 We would like to introduce you to our newest family member here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital - the absolutely adorable Max! 🐶 Max was such a star patient during his visit with us today and we just had to share this photo of him with you, as his great big smile is sure to brighten up this cold, gloomy day for you! 😄 Welcome to the Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital family, Max! We are so happy to have you ❤️ #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets
Ticks are here! 🌱

We are writing to inform you that tick season is officially upon us. With the on and off weather we’ve been having, we have been seeing ticks all year-round. Some species of ticks can survive in freezing temperatures and become active once it reaches 4 degrees Celsius. Once they become active they are a risk to both you and your pet(s). Experts are predicting that ticks will be 4 times worse than usual this year. 🐾 It is extremely important to protect your pets against ticks as they can transmit diseases to your dog such as; Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, Babesiosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Anaplasmosis. Both humans and pets can become infected by Lyme disease and common symptoms in dogs include recurrent lameness, lethargy, anorexia, fever and even death. 
There is a vaccine to help protect your pets against Lyme disease. ☎️ For more information on the vaccine, ticks in general and a tick prevention medication please contact us at 289-837-0100 or you can email us at info@oakvillevets.com.
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Apr 03, 2018
Ticks are here! 🌱 We are writing to inform you that tick season is officially upon us. With the on and off weather we’ve been having, we have been seeing ticks all year-round. Some species of ticks can survive in freezing temperatures and become active once it reaches 4 degrees Celsius. Once they become active they are a risk to both you and your pet(s). Experts are predicting that ticks will be 4 times worse than usual this year. 🐾 It is extremely important to protect your pets against ticks as they can transmit diseases to your dog such as; Lyme disease, Ehrlichiosis, Babesiosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever and Anaplasmosis. Both humans and pets can become infected by Lyme disease and common symptoms in dogs include recurrent lameness, lethargy, anorexia, fever and even death. There is a vaccine to help protect your pets against Lyme disease. ☎️ For more information on the vaccine, ticks in general and a tick prevention medication please contact us at 289-837-0100 or you can email us at info@oakvillevets.com.
Happy Monday everyone! 🌼We hope you all enjoyed/are enjoying the extra long weekend! 🐾 We just couldn't wait to share this little one with you all.. her name is Penny, and she is our newest addition to the Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital Family! #frenchbulldog #puppy #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Apr 02, 2018
Happy Monday everyone! 🌼We hope you all enjoyed/are enjoying the extra long weekend! 🐾 We just couldn't wait to share this little one with you all.. her name is Penny, and she is our newest addition to the Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital Family! #frenchbulldog #puppy #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital
Thank you to everybody who came out for our Easter Extravaganza this morning!☀️
It was a huge success and we loved seeing the huge smiles on everybody's faces after they got their Easter treats and pictures with Pikachu!!
From our family here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital to yours, Happy Easter!🐰🌸🐣
Please tag us in any pictures you took today (especially those Pikachu photo ops) using the hashtag #LRAHEaster We'd love to see your amazing photos!🤗💗
#lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #happyeaster #easteregghunt #pikachu #community #easterbunny #chocolate
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Mar 31, 2018
Thank you to everybody who came out for our Easter Extravaganza this morning!☀️ It was a huge success and we loved seeing the huge smiles on everybody's faces after they got their Easter treats and pictures with Pikachu!! From our family here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital to yours, Happy Easter!🐰🌸🐣 Please tag us in any pictures you took today (especially those Pikachu photo ops) using the hashtag #LRAHEaster We'd love to see your amazing photos!🤗💗 #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #happyeaster #easteregghunt #pikachu #community #easterbunny #chocolate
It’s Thursday and you know what that means... time for Toxin Talk! 
Last week we posted about lilies, so carrying on with the Easter theme (just in time for Easter weekend and Easter egg hunts!), this week we are going to go over a very common toxin that may affect your beloved fur babies - chocolate! 🍫 
Chocolate and Cocoa contain caffeine and theobromine, a natural stimulant. Both are toxic to cats and dogs. Once ingested, they can cause an increase in heart and respiratory rate, low blood pressure, seizures, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and restlessness. Advanced toxicity can lead to heart failure, weakness and coma. If left untreated, it can be fatal. Not only are we extremely worried about the toxicity of the chocolate, but all of the wrapping that covers that chocolate can become harmful as well. There’s tinfoil, plastic wrapping, cardboard and other things that can potentially cause your pet to end up with a foreign body in their system. 
If you do have sweet Easter treats around, be sure to keep them away from your pets reach. If they do happen to unfortunately ingest any, please understand that as with any form of toxin ingestion, time is of the essence. Contact us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital for further information or assistance! We are always here to help ❤️ If there are any specific toxins you would like to learn about, be sure to leave us a comment below! 
Reminder, we will be closed Friday March 30th and Sunday April 1st. In case of emergency, please contact (905) 501-8387. 
We hope everyone has a wonderful, safe, and hoppy Easter! 🐰🐣🌸💗🌼
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Mar 29, 2018
It’s Thursday and you know what that means... time for Toxin Talk! Last week we posted about lilies, so carrying on with the Easter theme (just in time for Easter weekend and Easter egg hunts!), this week we are going to go over a very common toxin that may affect your beloved fur babies - chocolate! 🍫 Chocolate and Cocoa contain caffeine and theobromine, a natural stimulant. Both are toxic to cats and dogs. Once ingested, they can cause an increase in heart and respiratory rate, low blood pressure, seizures, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and restlessness. Advanced toxicity can lead to heart failure, weakness and coma. If left untreated, it can be fatal. Not only are we extremely worried about the toxicity of the chocolate, but all of the wrapping that covers that chocolate can become harmful as well. There’s tinfoil, plastic wrapping, cardboard and other things that can potentially cause your pet to end up with a foreign body in their system. If you do have sweet Easter treats around, be sure to keep them away from your pets reach. If they do happen to unfortunately ingest any, please understand that as with any form of toxin ingestion, time is of the essence. Contact us here at Lakeshore Road Animal Hospital for further information or assistance! We are always here to help ❤️ If there are any specific toxins you would like to learn about, be sure to leave us a comment below! Reminder, we will be closed Friday March 30th and Sunday April 1st. In case of emergency, please contact (905) 501-8387. We hope everyone has a wonderful, safe, and hoppy Easter! 🐰🐣🌸💗🌼
We would like to remind everyone that we will be closed Friday, March 30th and Sunday, April 1st. We will be open Saturday, March 31st. 
We hope everyone has a wonderful, safe and hoppy Easter! 🤗🐇🐶🐱🌸😀 #happyeaster #chocolate #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets #familytime
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lakeshore_animal_hospital
Mar 29, 2018
We would like to remind everyone that we will be closed Friday, March 30th and Sunday, April 1st. We will be open Saturday, March 31st. We hope everyone has a wonderful, safe and hoppy Easter! 🤗🐇🐶🐱🌸😀 #happyeaster #chocolate #lakeshoreroadanimalhospital #weloveyourpets #familytime