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9 Spring-Time Pet Hazards
After a long winter, we're sure that you're ready to get outside with your dog. While we couldn't agree more, don't overlook these 9 hazards of the season. Learn more.
Five Things You Need to Know About Heartworm Disease and Your Cat
If you think dogs are the only ones who get heartworm disease, I invite you to reconsider. Although dogs are the more natural host for this disease, cats are also susceptible to heartworm infection. It is estimated by the American Heartworm Society that, in any given community, the incidence of heartworm infection in cats is approximately 5% to 15% percent that of dogs who are not on preventive medication. While the canine and feline versions of heartworm disease share some similarities, there are some striking differences. Learn More.
3 Ways Playing in Puddles Could be Deadly to Your Dog
There's a lot to be said for a vigorous walk with your dog after a heavy rainstorm. The landscape appears refreshed, the air smells great, and you and your dog get to unleash some cabin fever! As fun as it is to watch your dog splash and play in the puddles you encounter on your walk, some caution is advised. Depending on the surrounding environment, those pools of standing water can harbor some health hazards. Learn More.