4 Perks Of Placing A Dog In A Boarding Facility

Are you concerned about the well-being of your dog when you travel soon? Boarding facilities are available for the care of dogs, so your pet can stay as long as needed. Your pet will be among trained professionals who love dogs, so you can depend on a high quality of care being provided. Below, you will gain more insight about boarding facilities to determine if placing your dog in one is ideal or not. Read More 

Double Trouble Pests: Fleas And Tapeworms

If you have pets, fleas can be a big nuisance and a disgusting pest that come with pet ownership. However, you might be surprised to know that fleas can bring along a second unwanted nasty creature with them. If your pet has fleas, they might also have tapeworms. Here is how these two pests go hand-in-hand and what you can do about both of them. How Pets Get Tapeworms The leading cause for pets to get tapeworms is via fleas. Read More 

Suggestions That A Horse Vet May Make Concerning Trailer Transport Of Your Animal

If you are planning to transport your horse over a long distance, you will likely be using a horse trailer. In order to ensure that the animal remains healthy throughout the trip and incurs minimal discomfort, there are precautions that your horse vet will likely advise you to take. Here are a few of them: Take along a friend. You may not need a human companion during the trip, but your horse may benefit from having a buddy to travel with it. Read More 

3 Routine Things That Are Done During Your Dog’s Vet Checkups

It is important that you take your dog into the veterinarian for checkups to ensure that they are in good health overall and to have some necessary health procedures taken care of. This article will discuss three routine things that will be done during your dog's vet checkups.  Giving Shots When your dog goes in for their checkup, they may need to get some shots, if they aren't currently up to date. Read More 

Reasons Why Your Dog May Be Limping

Your dog is trotting along and all seems fine, then, all of a sudden, you notice that he is not using his back leg. When he walks, he may carry the one leg up high, only putting it down for a second before lifting it up again. Your dog may show signs of pain when you touch certain parts of his leg, and he won't lie on the side of the bad leg. Read More