Always popular and fun, Pet Pictures with Santa are back this year. Santa, Nigel and the staff of the Fergus Veterinary Hospital invite the community to bring their pets to have their pictures taken with the jolly Elf.
Pictures are free, however any donations, (suggested $5 or what you can afford) are converted to dog and cat food for the local community food bank. Over the past few years community, clients, and staff support for the food bank through the Fergus Veterinary Hospital has placed more than 4000 pounds of food into the food bank and as always we wish to do more.
Nigel #Nigelatfergusvet was in the paper showing the PetPace health monitoring collar that he wears. The collar helps pets tell us when they are sick, sore or in the case of hospitalisation how the heart, respiration, temperature and heart rate variability measurements are changing.
These collars with their monitoring capabilities are an innovative cost effective way to help our pets and the Fergus Veterinary Hospital is always on the lookout for ways to make lives better.
Pet Personal Health Monitors; Case study
The Fergus Veterinary Hospital and Dr Worden participated in a case study with PetPace using their monitor.