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VCPR: What You Need to Know

The Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship (VCPR) is defined by the Veterinary Profession Act General Regulations. Essentially, it describes the criteria which must exist for several important interactions to take place between your veterinarian, you and your pet, including, but limited to prescribing medications, performing procedures and giving vaccinations.

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Feline Hyperthyroidism

Feline Hyperthyroidism is a commonly seen disease. By definition, Hyperthyroidism is when the thyroid glands are overactive and producing an excessive amount of thyroid hormone. Most affected cats are brought in when they are eating ravenously but seem to be losing weight.

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Ear Mites in Cats & Dogs

Ear mites can be a common cause of itchy infected ears in cats and dogs, but not the only cause. If your pet is scratching excessively at their ears or shaking their head the first step is to bring them in to see their Veterinarian to determine the cause. Allergies and bacterial or yeast infections […]

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Waiting Room Etiquette

Here are some simple tips to make everyone’s wait a little less stressful.

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Mill Creek Animal Hospital FAQ

At Mill Creek Animal Hospital, we get many great questions from clients who are wanting the best for their pets! Here are a few of the most commonly asked questions.

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I have only been here a couple times but I will definitely be coming back. Dr. Sinclair is fantastic! She is…

Jade Shimmin

I highly recommend the Mill Creek Animal Hospital. Our cats are comfortable with Dr. Sinclair and the friendly staff. They…

Mytien Duong

I was looking for a vet for my new cat a few months ago, and brought him in for a…

Melanie Mireault

Always a pleasure to take the "fur children" in for their annual check-up and shots. The staff are awesome.…

W258 Hl

Dr. Sinclair and the staff at Mill Creek have been so great with our 2 kittens, throughout the vaccination process…

Crisia Tabacaru