Dogs Can Get Lyme Disease Too

Posted on: 2 June 2015

Ticks that become infected with a bacterium known as Borellia burgdorferi can transmit the bacteria to humans, cats, and dogs. Although Lyme disease is a common tick-transmitted disease, not all ticks carry the disease and some dogs are immune. But since there is no way to tell if a tick is infected or if your dog is at risk for the disease, it's important to learn the symptoms and how Lyme disease in canines is diagnosed and treated.
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New Goat Owner's Guide to Urolithiasis: Wether Goat Urinary Stones

Posted on: 1 June 2015

If you recently adopted your first wether goat, then it is vital that you learn all that you can about urinary stones and how to prevent them from forming. Urolithiasis is a very painful condition for goats and can be prevented through proper control of your goat's water and diet. Here are some questions and answers to help you better understand urinary stones and their prevention. What are Urinary Stones?
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Get Your Pets Prepared In The Event Of An Emergency With These Tips

Posted on: 29 May 2015

While you may do your best to ensure that your pets are healthy and happy, you never know when an emergency such as a fire or an earthquake could occur and you need to evacuate your home. In order to ensure that your pets will be well taken care of in the event of these kinds of emergencies, it's recommended that you look into getting prepared with the following tips.
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