As a pet lover, you might be thinking to yourself, “Wait. There’s a National Pet Day? Isn’t every day National Pet Day?”
April is Pet First Aid Awareness Month, and when it comes to your pet, you would do anything to keep him safe, happy, and healthy. Working with a veterinarian can help you do just that. Preventive veterinary care will help to ensure that your pet is healthy, and can save you from the potential financial hardship that occurs when medical problems are not addressed with proper care.
Move over Lassie, there's a new hero pooch in town. Meet Lucca, a retired U.S. Marine Corps dog who lost one of her legs while hunting for homemade bombs in Afghanistan. More than four years after she was reduced to three paws, Lucca was awarded a top military medal for the 400 missions she completed during her service.
Heartworm is a preventable, but serious and potentially fatal, parasite that primarily infects dogs, cats and ferrets. It can also infect a variety of wild animals, including wild canids (e.g., foxes, wolves, coyotes), wild felids (e.g. tigers, lions, pumas), raccoons, opossums, and pinnipeds (e.g., sea lions and seals), as well as others. There have been documented human infections, but they are thought to be rare and do not usually result in signs of illness. Here are 7 frequently asked questions about heartworm disease:
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