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It's National Pet Dental Health Month

February 1, 2017
The American Veterinary Medical Association declared February as National Pet Dental Health Month several years ago to underscore the importance of oral healthcare. Did you know that up to 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats develop periodontal disease by the time they are three years old? This is alarming because untreated periodontal disease can cause infection by spreading to other areas of the body. It can also cause your pet to lose teeth, making it more difficult for him to chew food and get the nutrition he needs to remain healthy.

Leptospirosis (Lepto)

January 30, 2017

Leptospirosis, transmitted both directly between animals and indirectly through their environment (commonly through exposure to infected urine), is a zoonotic disease that can afflict cattle, humans and other animals.


Toxic Tetanus

January 27, 2017

Most of us are familiar with tetanus, at least in name. Also referred to as lockjaw, this often fatal disease is characterized by extreme rigidity, muscle spasms brought on by an increased sensitivity to touch, movement or sound and respiratory distress. Horses afflicted with tetanus often adopt a "sawhorse" stance in which their legs are tightly extended.


Breeding - Horses

January 25, 2017

You're ready to breed your mare, but is she ready to be bred? Horses have distinct, seasonal cycles for breeding and other considerations -- such as your horse's current health status and whether your new foal will age annually on Jan. 1 -- should be taken into account when determining her breeding schedule.


Behavior - Feline

January 20, 2017

To your dog or cat, urine marking is a natural way to mark territory or show dominance in a household. This unpleasant practice doesn't have to ruin your floors forever -- there are many ways to eliminate this stinky problem.