We’re feelin’ hot hot HOT this June.
Even with temperatures skyrocketing, there’s never a dull day at Dewdney (even though sometimes we would like to be in the pool instead of at work!)



Dr. Walton on CTV: The Best Pet for Kids

Dr. Walton explains the best easy pets for kids to own. Some of the suggestions may surprise you!
Also stay tuned for guest appearances by “Glitter Sparkle Diamond Jewel Elvis Walton” the kitten, “Falcore Beers” the bearded dragon, “Bacon” the rat, and “Steven” the fish.

Video link to CTV


Hot Vet Goes Viral!

Ok, so the title may be a little misleading, but we were shocked at how far our video has spread, we made the front page of the Huffington Post!

Dogs, unlike people, have no ability to sweat. They cool themselves down by panting and can only cool themselves when the temperature is lower than the temperature of their body. As the video shows, temperatures can rise beyond the dog’s ability to cool in less than 2 minutes. Different breeds react differently. Small breeds with high surface area heat up quicker, larger dogs slower. Smushed face breeds like pugs and bulldogs do not even have the ability to pant efficiently and are at serious risk. Throw in a dog jumping around and barking and an animal can die in less than 10 minutes. Keep in mind, I always had the ability to just open the door and step out. Dogs dont get that option.

Watch the original video here:


Sweet Little Bunnies

Dewdney played host to a litter of adorable baby bunnies this month. Some people have never seen bunnies this young!

a collage of baby bunny pictures  

Hungry Rescued Hummingbird

This hummingbird didn’t want to eat, so we devised a method of stimulating her appetite!

Posted by Adrian Walton on Friday, June 19, 2015


Our Oldest Patient

Meet Bill our oldest patient. She, yes she, is ~98 years old. Imagine, she experienced WW I and WW II!

A turtle

Here is a picture of Bill as a baby with her current owner’s Grandmother. Still full sized in this picture.

a picture of Bill the turtle as a baby with her current owners Grandmother



From all of us at Dewdney Animal Hospital,


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