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Disaster Prep

September 27, 2017

It doesn't matter in what part of the globe you live; tornados happen year-round. From the icy white water spouts to the yearly ones that reinforce the Midwest's reputation as 'Tornado Alley,' these forces of nature can pose considerable risk to you and your pets. But with cognizance and a plan, you and your pets can make it through this natural disaster unscathed. 


Deworming - Bovine

September 20, 2017

Cattle are subject to a myriad of parasites, all inflicting their own kind of damage, from external parasites causing skin irritation and sucking blood to internal parasites that steal nutrients from the host's intestinal tract or others that impact your herd fertility. Having a strategic deworming plan each year is a smart economic decision since it has been proven to be one of the higher return-on-investment (ROI) tasks producers can undertake.


Controlling Colic - Equine

September 13, 2017

Equine colic is more than just an upset stomach. Ten percent of all horses suffer from colic at least once in their lifetime, and the sickness is still a leading cause of death in horses. While the word colic refers to abdominal pain, it encompasses a multitude of abdominal and intestinal problems, from simple excess gas in the intestines to severe intestinal twisting. Though the causes of colic are numerous, they are generally related to the anatomy and microflora of your horse's gastrointestinal tract. Common causes of colic include


Preventive Care Helps Your Senior Pet Age Well

September 12, 2017
You may have heard that one year in a dog or cat’s life is equivalent to seven years for a human. That isn’t quite accurate. According to the American Veterinary Association, the aging formula for companion animals goes more like this:
  • Fifteen human years by the end of the first year
  • An additional nine human years for the second year
  • An additional five human years for each year thereafter

Kids Headed Back to School? Watch Your Pet for Signs of Separation Anxiety

August 14, 2017
It’s August, and that means millions of kids go back to school either this month or by early September. After a long summer together that was probably more unstructured than the school year, both your kids and pets might not be ready for the change. While your children can express their anxious feelings, your pets can’t do the same. Don’t feel surprised if your dog or cat expresses longing for his young friends in a variety of ways. The most common signs of separation anxiety include:
  • Destructive chewing
  • Howling by dogs and loud vocalizations for cats
  • Lack of appetite
  • Pacing
  • Soiling in the house
  • Trying to escape the yard to run after your children