We are now carrying Bravecto for cats that are at least 6 months of age. Bravecto offers 3 months of flea and tick protection in 1 topical application. It comes in 3 sizes from 2.6lbs to 27.8lbs. Right now, Merck is offering a $20 rebate through Dec 31, 2016 with the purchase of 1 application. [...]
Never leave your pets unattended in your vehicle in warmer weather! The temperature in a parked car, even in the shade with partly open windows, can rapidly reach a temperature high enough to seriously harm or kill your pet. Dog's cool themselves by panting and by releasing heat through their paws. The hot air and [...]
Gardening season is here! Plant bulbs are just as excited to break through the ground to add some color to our yards as we are to see some greenery! That said, we need to be aware of the potential dangers spring plants can be for our pets. Here is a list from the ASPCA of [...]
Cold weather chemicals, like antifreeze, are fatally poisonous for pets. If you use these chemicals, be sure to clean up any spills or leaks and store them far out of your pets' reach. Here are some signs of antifreeze poisoning in dogs and cats: Drunken behavior, Euphoria/Delirium, Uncoordinated movement, Nausea/Vomiting, Excessive urination, Diarrhea, Rapid heart [...]
The start of fall brings new seasonal household items that pose a threat to the safety of our pets. These common household items can cause serious problems if ingested by animals. Here is the list of seasonal products that the veterinarians at Pet Poison Helpline recommend keeping away from pets. Mushrooms: While mostmushrooms are generally non-toxic, certain types [...]
Coyote attacks are on the rise in the Chicago area. Small dog breed and cat attacks are generally more common and more often fatal. These attacks happen mostly during the winter months, which corresponds to the breeding season of the coyote. Protect your pets by not letting them run loose, not letting them out alone [...]
Not all peanut butters are created the same! Some specialty brands are adding Xylitol to their products. Xylitol is a natural sugar alcohol sweetener popular for its low glycemic index but known to cause hypoglycemia and liver necrosis in dogs, in fairly small amounts. Read your labels! If the product says its "sugar free" or [...]
Here are some frequently asked questions regarding the Canine Influenza outbreak. The strain being talked about in this article is different then the one causing the outbreak (see our Featured Article page), however the same rules apply. Please click the Read More button and then FACTS INFLUENZA for more information.
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Now available Bravecto. Three months of flea and tick protection in one beef flavored chew.FDA approved. Click here for information on the benefits of Bravecto.