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Dr. Cherese Woollings

Dr. Cherese Woollings completed her BSc with a specialization in health sciences at Trent University and then obtained her veterinary degree from the Ontario Veterinary College. She grew up in the Peterborough area so moving back home after graduation was a no-brainer! From a young age, she was taking care of her family’s hound dogs and dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. Her professional interests include soft tissue surgery and dentistry.  Outside of work, Dr. Woollings enjoys outdoor activities with her family including hiking, kayaking and swimming, especially with her husband and their Coonhound named Ellie. 


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Is Rabies Virus Really A Risk For My Pet

Rabies is one of the oldest and most feared viral infections of all time. Despite having a vaccine available, every year, there are 55,000 human deaths worldwide. Of the 25 human deaths from rabies in Canada, the most recent was in 2012, and all happened after exposure to bats. In Canada, there were 239 cases of animal rabies in 2017 and 183 in 2018.

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