One of the most common questions we get regarding flea and tick preventives is whether they're needed year-round. The short answer is yes, but here's some explanation as to why.
Canine parvovirus (parvo) is the most common infectious disease among dogs. Spread via contact with contaminated feces, often by rodents or insects, the virus can live on objects and surfaces for as long as two years under the right conditions.
Equine gastric ulcer syndrome (EGUS) affects as many as 1 in 3 horses and up to 50 percent of foals. Performance and racing horses are more likely to experience EGUS
Fatty liver syndrome is mostly an affliction of over-conditioned dairy cows, usually triggered by the drop off in energy consumption immediately preceding calving which leads to a negative energy balance (NEB).
So when should you get your pet fixed? That's a simple question with a not-so-simple answer. The reality is that your pet will need to be placed under anesthesia in order for the procedure to be completed