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!
May 07 2015
May 9 is National Animal Disaster Preparedness Day, a great day to check on and freshen up your pet’s emergency kit. …
Apr 30 2015
When preparing the yard for spring, there are some dangers to our pets in surprising places. But with a little bit of planning, you can have a beautiful garden that is safe for your pets. …
Apr 23 2015
Most cat owners are all too familiar with the gagging, hacking sounds of a cat being troubled by a hairball. While we like to joke about hairballs, and they are sometimes harmless, these wads of fur,…
Apr 16 2015
April is National Heartworm Awareness Month, so here’s something you need to be aware of: Contrary to popular belief, dogs are not the only pets that can get heartworms. Cats get heartworms, too. …
Apr 09 2015
April is National Heartworm Awareness Month. Dogs are not the only pets that can get Heartworm disease, but they’re the natural hosts for these deadly parasites – and the short story is, every…
Apr 02 2015
Peter Cottontail isn’t the only furry creature excited about Easter. Our dogs and cats love this time of year, with the warmer weather, greener grass, and interesting treats. Unfortunately, many of…
Mar 26 2015
With the arrival of spring, we are all happy to spend more time outdoors. Unfortunately, that includes ticks – which can cause a lot of grief for pets and people. Let’s talk ticks. …