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Pet Health


Your Pet’s Health is Important

Has your pet been diagnosed with a health condition that you’re not familiar with? If you’re interested in learning more about how a particular drug works, or would like more information and advice on behaviour, nutrition, or administering medication, Court Animal Hospital is always here to discuss these topics. You may also want to investigate or explore on your own, which is why we have an extensive library of pet health info.


The internet is full of information, a lot of it contradictory. It can be difficult to know what to trust and what not to trust. The Pet Health section of our website contains accurate, current, and reliable information on a wide variety of pet topics.

Feel free to search through our articles, educational programs, tips, and videos, and call us if you have any questions.



Pet Health Library

We all share the same goal – ensuring your pet stays happy and healthy!

Google makes it quick and easy to find health info for your pet. However, sometimes that info may be inaccurate or out of date. You need properly documented and approved information to help you make the best choice for your pet.


Court Animal Hospital is pleased to provide a library of professional articles updated by practice experts and peer-reviewed by practitioners to ensure you have the most up-to-date, trustworthy pet health info. Please feel free to browse our library of topics or quickly find the article you need with our user-friendly search system.



Pet Health Checker

If your pet is exhibiting symptoms, our Pet Health Checker tool can help you decide if they require immediate attention or if you should simply continue to monitor them at home. 

To get started, click on the dog or the cat to identify which type of pet you have, then enter the symptom to continue. 

Note: The Pet Health Checker tool is designed to help you understand the level of urgency associated with seeking veterinary attention for your pet’s symptoms. It does not provide diagnosis or treatment advice. Please contact us if you’re concerned that your pet requires immediate attention.

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