If you notice that whenever you’re around dogs your nose starts to run, you start sneezing, or you maybe start to wheeze? It’s very possible you’re allergic to dogs. Dog allergies are very common, especially in people who have other allergies or asthma. For dog lovers, this can be an absolute nightmare.
Coprophagia, the condition in which pets consume their own feces or those of other animals, is a common (yet distasteful) habit among dogs. In fact, it’s a very common problem in puppies but usually clears up by adulthood.
NexGard, first of its kind, is an oral flea and tick preventative that effectively kills fleas and 3 types of ticks (the American dog tick, the black-legged tick, and the Lone Star tick), and it’s a great alternative to other flea and tick preventatives like topicals and collars.
Shelves and online retail stores are filled with dog treats that contain peanut and peanut butter flavors, and you hear all the time of people giving their dog peanuts or peanut butter, but are they even safe for our dogs to consume?
When it comes to ticks, you can never be too careful. Ticks are one of the most dangerous animals that can come into contact from our pets because they carry diseases that can be transmitted to your pet through feeding.
If you’ve ever spent some time around a cat you may have noticed a purr that sounds like a soft noise, almost like an idling engine, coming out of them. It’s a general belief that cats purr only when they are happy and content, especially when being pet by their owners.
If you’ve missed a dose of heartworm prevention medicine, there are several things you need to take into consideration before starting your pet back on heartworm preventatives.