Heartworm Disease in Springfield Pets
In order to help promote awareness to Heartworm disease, here are some interesting facts: It only takes one bite from an infected mosquito to spread heartworm disease. Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets in the United States and many other parts of the world. It is caused by foot-long worms…Read More
Why is Your Veterinarian Fascinated with Pets Feces?
It might be the look on the person’s face or maybe the way they are carrying the bag, but staff at a veterinary office can always tell when their clients arrive with a stool sample for testing. Dozens of specimens arrive each day, some in Ziploc baggies, others triple wrapped in aluminum foil and some…Read More
The Confusing World of Pet Parasite Prevention
Most dog and cat owners understand the importance of keeping their pets safe from deadly parasites, like heartworms and intestinal worms. But, our stores are now being flooded with generic products and these new brands are creating confusion. In addition, some of the other, better known products, have disappeared leaving everyone even more confused. Exactly what parasite control products should you be using for your pets?Read More
Rapid Blood Analysis Delivers Vital Results to Your Veterinarian!
Finding answers to your pet’s health problems can be challenging since our dogs and cats can’t speak to us. Thankfully, veterinarians have an array of important blood tests that can help diagnose a variety of illnesses. The best part is…many animal hospitals can perform this blood work while you wait!Read More
New Research Alters Debate on Heartworm Preventative Resistance
The latest study on heartworm preventive resistance spotlights the most important factors in preventing this condition in the Ozarks.Read More