Groomies Beaconsfield Groomies Beaconsfield
40L St-Charles, Beaconsfield, QC H9W 5Z6
Téléphone: (514) 428-CLIP (2547)
5 ways to keep your dog healthy this spring
Questions about traveling with a pet?
Pets Can Get Frostbite,
Follow Tony Orlando's Advice:
Keeping Pets Safe in the Cold
Dangers for your pet at Christmas Time
Grief After the Death of a Beloved Pet
Top Pet Health Tips for Autumn
Separation Anxiety and Your Dog When the Kids Go Back to School
Hotspots in Dogs
Some Of The Animal Rescuers You Should Know
Filmed at Beaconsfield Pet Fair in 2016:
Chatopia, Greyhound Rescue,
Compassionate Animal Adoption, Gerdy's
Benefits of Neutering Male Dogs
Ticks, Fleas, and Your Pet: Prevention, Treatment, and Consequences
What to Do if Your Dog Eats Chocolate
5 tips to walk your dog in the spring mess
When will Québec ban declawing?
Winter Walking Dangers for Cats and Dogs
Getting A Puppy For Christmas
"When my dog died,
I didn't understand why it felt like a human had died.
Then I read the research."
October 2016: The issue is so weighty, we have 3 articles this month
Obesity is one of the most common diseases that affects pets
made worse by how easily preventable most of the cases are.
Your pet will not be insulted by being called fat.
She will, however, suffer
if her joints are forced to carry extra pounds for years.
Note that obesity is unnatural and
you will rarely find obese animals in the wild.
How Calgary reduced dog attacks without banning pit bulls
Prevent Hot Spots !
"Dogs who are not groomed regularly and have matted, dirty coats
can be prone to developing hot spots,
as can dogs who swim or who are exposed to rain.
Thick-coated, longhaired breeds
are most commonly affected. "
Nine Ways to Handle Your
Dog's Fear of Thunderstorms
Frequently Asked Questions about Your Male Dog's Health
Frequently Asked Questions about Spaying your Dog
Ten Common Myths about Cats
Spring Cleaning Your Dog Can Live With
Oral Hygiene and Your Dog's Health
Winter proofing your dog's paws
Dangerous foods for dogs at Christmas
Dogs in mourning: Helping our pets cope with loss
Why are we still declawing cats in Canada?
Separation Anxiety in your Dog
Moist dermatitis in Dogs - Hot Spots
Pet abandonment triples during moving season.
Every year, the Montréal SPCA takes action to help stop pet abandonment and
asks the public to support our Keeping Families Together campaign which
includes opposing standard no-pet clauses in residential leases.
Are Male Dogs More Aggressive Than Females?
Mittens-Montreal SPCA Targeted Permanent Sterilization Clinic
A proactive initiative to tackle Quebec's pet overpopulation problem
by offering sterilization services at reduced rates
for pet guardians with limited financial resources.
Why you should never declaw your cats (PETA)
Winter Care For Your Dog
Yeast Infections in Dogs
January 2015: Salt poisoning in animals
December 2014: Christmas Safety Tips for Dogs
November 2014: By popular request, we repeat our favourite article: A Beloved Dog's Legacy
October 2014: Prevent Dog Bites at Hallowe'en
September 2014: Avoiding Back to School Doggie Blues
August 2014: The Chemistry of Skunk Spray
July 2014: Stop Pet Adandonment
Stoppons les abandons
June 2014: An article to address a male pet behaviour problem.. yes, that one, rhymes with jumping.. yes that one
May 2014: Quebec, Puppy Mill Capital of Canada - Do you know where your puppy was born??
April 2014: Flea-Proof Your Pets
March 2014: The Most Crucial Tip for Shaving Your Cat Yourself: Don't
February 2014: Chocolate Poisoning in Dogs
January 2014: Keeping companion animals safe during cold weather
December 2013: How Long Does It Take For The Quicks Of Dogs' Nails To Recede?
November 2013: A Beloved Dog's Legacy
October 2013: 10 Halloween Safety Tips for Pets
September 2013: Dog Walking Etiquette
August 2013: Summer Safety Tips: Pool Safety for Dogs
July 2013: Montreal SPCA wish list 2013
June 2013: Benefits of Neutering and Spaying (by the American SPCA)
May 2013: Five Ways to help get your Puppy ready for Grooming
April 2013: Fur Can Actually Help Pets Cope With the Heat
n.b. This article refers to FUR as in a coat that sheds (e.g. Labrador Retrievers, German Shepherds)
coats of HAIR that grow (and can mat) MUST be groomed (e.g. Poodles, Shih Tzus)
Ask us about your dog's coat.
March 2013: Managing your Aging Dog's Quality of Life
February 2013: Declawing domestic cats: see the X-rays