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Can wild turkeys keep your yard free of ticks?

According to Wild Birds Unlimited, an adult turkey is one of the most voracious tick predators around, and an individual may eat 200 or more of these little critters in a given day The...
Wild turkey that may be able to control the tick population in your yard

Are fleas making your dog depressed?

This sudden change in personality could be a result of fleas, causing your pooch to show signs of doggy depression According to The Dog Daily, these signs may include a loss of appetite,...
depressed dog lying on sofa. Are fleas making your dog depressed?

The Importance of Vaccinating Your Cat or Dog

Vaccinations are essential to protecting your furry family member by creating a defensive level of antibodies to build up immunity from communicable diseases In the simplest sense, when a...
Veterinarian preparing syringe with vaccination against viruses for black dog

11 Fall Pet Dangers to Avoid

The crisp chill of autumn is upon us, that means changing leaves, cozy sweaters, and lots of holidays But along with all that excitement comes some dangers for your adorable pooch and kitty...
In the autumn, your dog could succumb to mushroom poisoning

How to Trim Your Dog’s Nails

Your dog may not like to have his paws touched, but trimming his nails need not become an ordeal Ease into the job by handling your puppy's paws on a regular basis so that she gets...
Dog's paw and nails stretched out at a visit to the vet's office

What are Hot Spots and How to Treat Them?

Written by Dr Elizabette Cohen, Veterinarian, Radio Personality & Pet Owner Have you ever had an itch so intense you couldn’t leave it alone We all know better than to scratch a...
A dog with three hot spots on its paw, going to the vet for a treatment

Making a Pet First Aid Kit for Cats and Dogs

While you should take your pet to the veterinarian for any major ailments, it is important to be prepared to handle all facets of health and safety To do this, you should keep a pet first...
Medical supplies you need during a pet emergency, at the vet's office