What does heartworm disease look like in your region?

The Companion Animal Parasite Council provides great data each year on how heartworm impacts dogs in each region of the United States. Highest risk areas are featured in a deep orange color, where areas with less risk have a lighter orange color. It’s important to note this map clearly shows that heartworm disease is found

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Can My Cat Really Contract Leukemia?

In addition to common feline diseases such as distemper, herpesvirus and calcivirus, feline leukemia (FeLV) is another serious disease to understand. While we normally associate leukemia with a blood cancer, it’s not the same for cats. FeLV is actually a viral infection that can suppress a cat’s immune system and leave them vulnerable to bacterial,

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14 Signs and Symptoms of Feline Distemper, Herpesvirus and Calcivirus

Depending on your pet it can be easy or difficult to tell when something is wrong with their health. Luckily, there are signs and symptoms of common diseases that can give you clues and alert you when to seek advice from your veterinarian. There are some signs and symptoms to look out for in a

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4 Medications to Help Prevent Heartworm Disease in Your Pet

To help understand how to prevent heartworm disease, it’s helpful to know the origins of heartworm disease. It all starts with the bite of a mosquito. The baby heartworms, also known as microfilaria, circulate in the bloodstream and a mosquito will bite an infected pet and then transfer the heartworms to a susceptible pet. After

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Why are some feline vaccines packaged?

We work hard to provide pets with the most comprehensive health care you can find. Our Medical Board carefully puts our packages together to ensure your cat receives the most important all around care. We bundle the most important vaccines into convenient, affordable packages to make it easy for you to choose the best protection

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