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 22 2016
The holiday season is full of excitement and joy for most people, from the hustle and bustle of shopping to the fun of parties and presents. However, this most wonderful time of the year can be…
Dec 15 2016
Many people love to decorate their homes during the holidays. However, it’s important to be aware of the potential hazards that these decorations can create for our pets. Any time you introduce…
Dec 08 2016
In the upper parts of North America, the snow has started to fly. Admittedly, this may make some of us jealous of our Australian friends who are just heading into summer now, and who might not find…
Dec 01 2016
This coming Sunday, December 4th, is World Wildlife Conservation Day. Although we mainly talk about pet and companion animals in this space, it is worthwhile to stop every once in a while and consider…
Nov 24 2016
November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month. November is dedicated to spreading the word about pet cancer, sharing stories of pet affected by cancer, and informing the public on prevention and treatment of…
Nov 17 2016
In North America, Fall is in the air, while Down Under, Spring is in full swing. Regardless of which side of the planet you live on, these transitional seasons bring new adventure potential to the…
Nov 10 2016
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…