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Paws 4 Health

April 27, 2016

Most people know that kisses, smiles and laughs come standard with pets, but did you know sharing your life with a furry friend can also lower blood pressure, increase physical activity and lengthen your lifespan?

There is a wealth of medical research that indicates living with a pet can be beneficial to your health. Take, for instance, studies done by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Institute of Health, both of which showed that pet parents were found to have lower blood pressure and lower cholesterol and triglyceride levels, all of which benefit heart health.


Deadly Delay - Johne's Disease

April 25, 2016

Johne's disease, also called paratuberculosis, is a fatal gastrointestinal disease in cattle and other ruminants caused by the bacteria Mycobacterium avium ss. paratuberculosis (MAP). The disease is contagious and easily spread among herd members. Animals are typically infected when they are young, but often show no signs of illness until months, or even years, later.


Oral Health and Hygiene

April 22, 2016

Hi, everyone! It's me, Cooper, here with a very important question: Do you like to go to the dentist?

If you're like an estimated 9 to 20 percent of the human population, the answer is no—you actually have a fear of going to the dentist (also known as odontophobia or dentophobia). But the costs of not getting regular dental exams can be detrimental to your health, resulting in cavities, gum disease, and even problems with other organs, like your heart.


Parasite Prevention - Bovine

April 20, 2016

Parasitic gastroenteritis, commonly referred to as gut worms, is an infection of the abomasum (the fourth and final stomach) and intestines of cattle. The condition is caused by worm larvae that have survived the winter and are typically ingested during the early grazing season.


ID Please

April 18, 2016

The third week of April is designated as National Pet ID Week. If your furry friend does not currently have proper identification, please make it a priority. An estimated 1 out of 3 pets will go missing at some point during his lifetime. These occurrences are scary and dangerous for the pet and heartbreaking for the people who love them.