CHECK OUT THIS ARTICLE REGARDING MOSQUITOES IN OUR AREA!!
Heart worms are transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito. Pets may not show signs until late in the course of heart worm disease. That’s why we need to run regular tests! Signs of heart worm disease: Coughing, difficulty breathing, panting, exercise intolerance, decreased activity level, sudden death. Let’s run some tests and catch the disease before it’s too late!
Dec 10 2015
Cats are naturally mysterious creatures. They can often be witnessed watching invisible creatures in the air or galloping around the house in the dead of night. With such unusual behaviour, it’s no…
Dec 03 2015
Let’s set a scene. It’s Christmas, and your little cousins are tearing into their presents. After the dust has settled and every gift in sight has been unwrapped, you announce that one gift has…
Nov 26 2015
Thanksgiving is an amazing time of year where we take the time to appreciate and give thanks for the important things in our life. As you gather around the table with your friends and family this…
Nov 19 2015
When it’s too cold, too hot, or just too wet outside, you might have difficulty taking your dog out for the exercise they need to stay healthy and engaged. If your dog doesn’t get enough exercise,…
Nov 12 2015
If you’re thinking of adopting a pet from your local animal shelter, we’d like to start by thanking you. And in the spirit of Adopt a Senior Pet Month, we’d like to ask you to consider some of…
Nov 05 2015
National Diabetes Month was created to raise awareness of the disease in humans, but as canine and feline diabetes are also on the rise, it’s a great time to learn about diabetes in pets. …
Oct 29 2015
BOO! Candy is flying off the store shelves. Costumes are being planned. Trick or Treat routes are being mapped out. Halloween is almost here and parents and children alike anticipate a big night. But…