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Happy National Pet Health Insurance Month

Happy National Pet Health Insurance Month!

September is National Pet Health Insurance Month! Oxford Animal Hospital wants to ensure that you have all the knowledge you need in order to keep your pet safe and healthy. Unfortunately, many people are either unaware of pet health insurance or feel that it is not worth the monthly cost. However, research shows that pet […]


Why Many People Choose To Spay Neuter Their Pets

Why Many People Choose To Spay/Neuter Their Pets

While conflicting opinions on spaying and neutering may exist, there are many benefits to getting your pet spayed or neutered for both the owner and the pet. In fact, neutering or spaying your pet may be the best decision for them if you want them to live a long and healthy life. Spaying is carried […]


Tips For Pets With Noise Phobia

Tips For Pets With Noise Phobia

Have you ever seen your dog or cat become fidgety, anxious and hyperactive when there are fireworks or a thunderstorm? Your dog or cat may start breathing heavily, bark or meow consistently with wide eyes. If so, your pet may have loud noise phobia. Pets with loud noise phobia may either try hurting themselves or […]


How to Tell If Your Pet is Experiencing An Emergency

How to Tell If Your Pet is Experiencing An Emergency

As pet owners, we know the importance of regular wellness checkups. But what do you do if the unexpected happens? Do you take them to your veterinarian or are you just over-reacting? Knowing how to identify if something is an emergency is vital because in many of these cases time is of the essence. But […]


Should Your Dog’s Food be Grain Free

Should Your Dog’s Food be Grain Free?

Your dog is important to you, so it follows that you want to treat him or her right and provide only the highest quality food. This makes sense, as better food will lead to a healthier, happier life for your furry friend. By researching and finding the best dog food, you are doing a favor […]


Introducing a New Cat into the Household

Introducing a New Cat into the Household

Cats are extremely emotional beings and can very easily get stressed, especially when their home changes. The basic instinct for cats in a stressful situations is to run and hide. That’s why, introducing a new cat into a household can be a tricky business. On top of being emotional, cats are highly territorial too. When […]


Reasons Why Owning A Pet Is Good For Your Health

Reasons Why Owning A Pet Is Good For Your Health

According to the American Pet Products Association, over 86 million cats and 78 million dogs are owned in the United States. So, it goes without saying that pet ownership is a big thing in America. And rightly so. They offer much-needed companionship, and can somehow instantly turn a bad day, into a good one. The […]


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How To Introduce Old Pets To New Pets

Congratulations! Your animal family is growing. This is an exciting time for everyone involved. Not only are you getting a new furry animal companion, but your existing pets are also. Just like people meeting for the first time, animal introductions can be awkward, uncomfortable, and sometimes tricky. Of course if at all possible, we always […]


How-Often-Should-I-Bathe

How Often Should I Bathe My Dog or Cat?

Your dog or cat has natural ways of keeping clean without a bath, but this will vary in effectiveness from animal to animal. Cats use the sandpaper texture on their tongues to clear away dirt, and dogs will roll in sand or soil to stimulate the removal of excess hair and debris. Many homeowners, understandably, […]


5 Signs Your Cat Has Diabetes

5 Signs Your Cat Has Diabetes

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic, and potentially debilitating, condition in cats. The disorder is most prevalent among obese cats, male cats over eight years old, and those on a diet high in carbohydrates. Cases of feline diabetes are on the rise, and given the severity of the condition, it is important to take early measures […]


Oxford Animal Hospital
Spay & Neuter Center

15154 127st NW
Edmonton, AB T6V 0C5

Phone: (780) 705-2131

Fax: (855) 898-6473

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Tuesday-Thursday 8AM-6PM
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