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  • Fall pet hazards.
    Antifreeze (propylene glycol) Chemical exposure – this includes both antifreeze and de-icing solutions. Exposure to these chemicals is usually accidental and occurs as a result of the normal curiosity Read more
  • Best Brand of Cat Litter
    When buying cat litter, there are so many good options available that you won’t really know what to choose at first. There are also a lot of different factors to Read more
  • Best Dog Food for Puppies
    If you’re getting a puppy – or several them, for that matter – you have to make sure that they eat healthy. The nutritional considerations are much more important here, Read more
  • Should I De-Claw My Cat?
    If you heard about de-clawing in the past, you probably already know that it’s a type of procedure designed to painlessly remove the claws of an animal, so that it Read more
  • Top Dog Breeds
    Are you looking to buy a dog? While there are lots of breeds to choose from, you don’t have to look too far to sort out the best. The following Read more
  • CHOCOLATE!
    Halloween is just around the corner and the holidays are soon to follow thereafter. As the possibility of chocolate ingestion is more likely because of its availability around your household, Read more
  • Flea Control in Companion Animals
    General Information 1. Ctenocephalides felis survives for 10 days at 30°C (37.4°F) or 5 days at 10°C (33.8°F).2. In cold climates, fleas survive as adults on dogs and cats or Read more
  • Resistance to Monthly Heartworm Preventatives: A Wake Up Call?
    Recently there has been some concern by researchers and scientists that monthly heartworm preventatives are becoming less effective. Scientists are studying the fact that there are some strains of the Read more
  • Hair Coat Basics and Care
    The hair coat sub serves many useful functions among which are protection from the outside environment (including light), regulation of body temperature, and sensation (tactile hairs or whiskers). Together with Read more
  • Feline Heartworm Disease
    • Fact – 1 adult heartworm can result in the death of a cat.• Fact – both indoor and outdoor cats are at risk. • Fact – clinical signs begin Read more
  • Basic Puppy Training: Part One
    So your new puppy has arrived in your home congratulations on the acquisition of a new, four footed companion! Once the excitement and blush of a cute, cuddly puppy Read more
  • Hot Weather Hazards
    Summer is just around the corner and soon you and your pet will be looking for relief from the heat and humidity. Before discussing steps that you can take to Read more
  • Heartworm preventative
    Resistance to Monthly Heartworm Preventatives: A Wake Up Call? Recently there has been some concern by researchers and scientists that monthly heartworm preventatives are becoming less effective. Scientists are studying Read more
  • Pet hazards
    1) Antifreeze (propylene glycol) a. Chemical exposure – this includes both antifreeze and de-icing solutions. Exposure to these chemicals is usually accidental and occurs as a result of the normal Read more
  • Leptospirosis
    Leptospirosis Its Not Only An Animal IllnessLeptospirosis the name can be a tongue twister, but it is also an important animal health disease that infects humans as well. Read more
  • Plant Hazards
    Checklist of Plants Poisonous to Small Animals The Animal Poison Control Center recently published a list of some of the more common poisonous outdoor plants. Dr. Charlotte Means, the director Read more