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Along with the nice weather of summer, comes the heat and humidity. It’s important to continue to keep our pets active but healthy during the warm summer months.
“Worms,” are the larval form of internal parasites that can infect your pet. They can live in the intestinal tract and heart/bloodstream of your pet.
Ticks are parasites that feed on the blood of their hosts, whether that be dogs, cats, humans, or other small mammals.
Not only are mosquitoes an annoying pest to our furry friends and us, but they can also actually transmit a parasite called heartworm.
Having a flea infestation can be very challenging, it is crucial that all pets in the house have active treatment for fleas for at least three months to get rid of them.
Your pets are sure to meet many friends in their springtime adventures! One friend that is not welcomed warmly is TICKS!
Dental care is important for your pets, just as it is for you! Like us, cats and dogs develop a slimy film on their teeth daily, which they cannot brush off like we can.
Ticks are creatures that no one wants to find, visualizing ourselves or our pets being bitten is an awful feeling!
Did you know that National Puppy Day is on March 23rd?
Easter is often considered the beginning of spring flowers, and a time to celebrate the Easter Bunny with our children!
The second major toxic threat that poses harm to your pets around Easter, is Easter grass. This is a fake grass that comes in many, if not most, Easter baskets.
Here are 3 New Year’s Resolutions that can help your furry friend live a long, happy and healthy life.
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