The warm spring weather means that flea and tick season is coming! Topical spot products are the preferred treatment for many dog and cat owners. When used correctly, they can be very safe and effective. But it is possible that your individual pet may experience an adverse skin reaction to the treatment. Here’s an overview … Continue reading Side Effects of Flea and Tick Spot Treatments
Spring is the time of year when many dog and cat owners start thinking about parasite protection. Internal and external parasites can pose a serious health risk for our pets, but how do we know which ones are a particular danger in our geographic area? The Companion Animal Parasite Council has created a series of … Continue reading A Guide to Understanding Pet Parasite Dangers in Your State
The snow is melting, the flowers are blooming...time to wish all of our friends a Happy Easter... ...and a Happy Passover!
Spring is just around the corner, and it’s never too early to start planning your garden, especially when you’re getting tired of winter! This spring, make sure your gardening and landscaping plans take your local animals, birds, and insects into account. How can you make your yard a humane haven for neighborhood wildlife? The Humane … Continue reading How to Create an Animal Friendly Yard
Now that winter is coming to an end and March is finally here, many homeowners’ thoughts are turning to spring and gardening! If you’re a dog owner as well, you may be wondering how to make your yard safer and more welcoming for your furry friend. There are lots of great ideas out there to … Continue reading Dog-Friendly Landscaping Ideas