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Welcome Dr. Kelly McInnis!

Dr. Kelly McInnis -Born and raised in the city of Halifax -BSc from Dalhousie University -DVM from Atlantic Veterinary College (AVC)   Dr. McInnis has been practicing veterinary medicine in the HRM since her graduation from the AVC in 1997. With special interests in behavior and preventive medicine, Dr. McInnis is available to ensure you […]

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Full Circle Vets Investigates Food for Felines

As in all things, cats are unique or at least different from humans or dogs in some very important facets of nutrition.  We all need proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals.  Humans need complex carbohydrates and dogs do quite well as scavenging omnivores eating moderate carbohydrate diets.  Cats, however, are true carnivores and metabolize carbohydrates inefficiently. […]

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How to get your cat in a carrier- easily!

Does your cat hate visiting the vet? Do you prefer to avoid going for vet visits, because the experience is traumatic for your feline friend? Here are some ways to make the experience more enjoyable, starting from leaving the house, to returning. Getting the cat into the carrier: Many owners find this to be a […]

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Flying the Friendly Skies with Pets

These days, more and more people are travelling by air with their pets.   If you are considering this there are a few things you should know. First of all, not all airlines allow pets, so before booking your flight make sure that the airline is indeed pet friendly and that they know your pet is […]

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Pet Motion Sickness Solutions

Do you have trouble taking your pets for a ride in the car?  At Full Circle Veterinary Alternatives in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia we have some solutions! It is always advisable when first starting out to take your cat or dog for short drives, such as going around the block, and then steadily increasing the distance.  […]

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Fun Halloween Safety Tips for Pets

Treats for everyone! Many human treats on Halloween are toxic to pets.

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