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  • Feb 10 2015

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    Turkey Paw Pie Recipe

    The perfect remedy for a special occasion that’s safe for your pet to enjoy, and also has antioxidant, pain relief, and anti-inflammatory properties! All you need is: 3 1/2 cups…

  • Feb 09 2015

    Winter Skin Salve Recipe

    Are you noticing your pet’s paw pads looking a bit dry from the cold weather? Using this simple, easy, home made remedy is sure to help soothe and moisturize dry…

  • Jan 14 2015

    February is Dental Month!

    Here at Park Gate Animal Hospital in North Vancouver we believe in pristine dental health for our patients. and we know you do too! Which is why for the month…

  • Dec 13 2014

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    HOLIDAY HOURS

    December 24th; 9am – 2 pm December 25th and 26th; CLOSED December 31st; 9am – 2 pm January 1st ; CLOSED

  • Dec 10 2014

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    Pet Nutrition

    It is easy to get caught up in myths and internet articles when it comes to commonly used ingredients in pet food. We encourage you to do your own research…

  • Aug 24 2014

    Parasite Prevention

    Thanks to the lovely weather and little rain, this summer has been a killer season for flea infestations.  We have had lots of clients coming in lately complaining of finding fleas…

  • Aug 05 2014

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    Doggy and Kitty Ice Cream!

    Ice cream is a great way to beat the heat in the summertime, but the dairy and sugar filled treat is no good for a pet’s tummy.  Here is an easy recipe…

  • Jul 13 2014

    Let’s Go Hiking!

    Summer is a great time to get out and explore the wonderful world around us.  With dozens of trails that weave through forests of Douglas Firs and Western Cedars trees,…

  • Jul 06 2014

    The Benefits of Cat Massage

    The Benefits of Cat Massage   Cat massage therapy has grown increasingly popular in recent years. It is a practice used by feline physiotherapists to ease many different types of pain…

  • Jun 24 2014

    Dealing with Excessive Barking

    Excessive Barking Barking is natural; this is how dogs communicate. In the wild, dogs bark to raise the alarm for danger and to interact with their pack. An important thing to…