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Heartworms, hookworms, tapeworms, Oh My! These nasty parasites cause terrible damage to pets when allowed to take hold. Find out what these worms are and how to avoid them.
There are a number of different health conditions that can affect dogs. Here's an extensive list of all the major dog diseases and symptoms.
Heart murmurs can be serious business. Sometimes they are "innocent," or not life threatening, but they can also be a sign that something is wrong, and when it comes to the heart it is best not to take chances. Learn what types of treatment options are out there.
Spot on flea and tick treatments like K9 Advantix II and Frontline Plus provide month long protection from pests. But which one is best for your pet?
Heartworm in dogs is no joke. This vile parasite wheedles its way into your furry pal's heart or lungs and makes them very ill. While there are heartworm treatments, it can be very expensive and stressful, for both you and your dog. Explore the much simpler path of preventative medication and keep your canine heartworm free.
The possibility of your pet contracting heartworm disease is probably already more than you want to consider. Can those heartworms infect you or your family as well? Can people get heartworms? Find out here.
Come get up close and personal with the flea. These five videos will give you some insight on these tiny pests and with this knowledge you will be able to better protect your pet.
Oral flea control, like Capstar Flea Killer, Comfortis, and Program Flea Killer for Cats, protect your pet's entire body from fleas and ticks.
It's becoming more and more common for people to adopt cats from a local shelter. That's great news! Here's what you need to know about some common health problems that may need to be treated in shelter cats.
Pests like fleas and worms can lead to very serious health issues, and some pretty hefty vet bills, too. Prevent heartworm, fleas, and intestinal worms with Trifexis for dogs.
As a pet parent of a cat, cat puking is probably all too common. Whether it's hairballs or a little food finding its way to the floor, vomit is usually nothing to get overly concerned about. Learn about the most common causes behind cat puking.
If you expect to keep your pet safe from fleas and ticks throughout the year, don't forget your monthly preventative medication.
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