2 Canine Diseases Spread By The Brown Dog Tick

Posted on: 6 August 2015

When it comes to ticks, the deer tick has perhaps the worst reputation of all ticks, since it is such a prevalent carrier of Lyme disease. If you are a dog owner, however, there is another kind of tick to be watching out for: the brown dog tick. Brown dog ticks are a reddish-brown in color, and unlike other tick species, they do not have any noticeable markings. They're about 1/8 inch long and are the only tick species that can complete its entire life cycle indoors in a home.
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Don't Let Your Pet Suffer In Silence

Posted on: 22 July 2015

You love your pet and make every effort to provide him or her with a happy, healthy life.  But what if your pet is in pain and shows no outward signs? Most likely, with keen observation, you can detect something is amiss with your pet, and you can work with your veterinarian to provide the relief it deserves. Hiding Pain When your dog or cat is trying to hide its pain, it's not simply trying to put on a brave front.
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Not Sure You Should Spay Your Dog? 3 Reasons Why You Should

Posted on: 7 July 2015

You just bought a new dog and you can't decide whether to get it spayed or not. Your kids would like to have a litter of puppies to play with and you think selling pups might be a good way to make some extra money Puppies can be fun to play with and they are educational. However, you should know that there are health benefits to having your dog spayed. Here are just a few of the reasons you should spay your new dog.
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Hazards Of Keeping Your Dog In The Garage

Posted on: 1 July 2015

It seems like a good idea: Keep your rambunctious pups in the garage so there's no way they can damage things in the house. Maybe you are thinking about leaving them in there when you go to work, or maybe just for a few minutes when you run errands. But either way, there are dangers in the average garage that you'll need to be cautious about.  If you suspect that your pet has ingested anything out of the ordinary, or if your pup is acting lethargic, vomiting, having trouble breathing, or showing other signs of being poisoned, take them immediately to the emergency vet clinic.
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