Most of us struggle with staying as active during the chill of winter verses summertime ...and that also includes our pets! Learn how
The often thought of independent and aloof feline can actually be trained! How in the world? The secret is unlocked here...
It's important to be particularly cautious with your pets this time of year. Here are some helpful tips, tricks, and training guidance to keep the season merry and bright for all-- including the beloved four-legged furry family members!
Besides the basics of overfeeding and under-exercising, there are other *almost certain* predictors of pet obesity. Here are 5 problems you can avoid to help prevent the “O” word.
World Rabies Day is held on September 28 every year, so today, we’re raising awareness of the importance in vaccinating domestic pets, including cats and dogs, against the disease. 💉
Rabies is a devastating and deadly disease that can affect many mammals, including dogs and humans. The disease occurs when the rabies virus infects the nervous system. Today’s rabies vaccines for cats and dogs are extremely safe—and incredibly effective—as long as they’re administered before the rabies virus has a chance to enter the nervous system.
The fact that dogs have a swimming stroke named after them gives people the false impression that all dogs are just natural born swimmers. But that is simply not the case! Here are some water safety tips and resources for your pet when near or in water, like swimming pools (#NationalSwimmingPoolDay), this summer:
It's not even officially summer yet but boy does it already feel like it here in Southcentral Kentucky! Today is a timely "holiday" with it being National Heat Awareness Day.
Dogs can overheat more easily than humans, especially brachycephalic breeds. So when it comes to deciding when to take your dog out for a stroll, rollerblade, run, or trot, a good general rule of thumb is this:
🌟Learn more about Heartworm Disease, signs, and symptoms: www.heartwormsociety.org/pet-owner-resources/heartworm-basics
Pet health information from your most trusted source-- your veterinarians! Posted are topics relevant to your pet (and your families) health with some fun articles sprinkled in just for fun.
Adair County Animal Hospital & lASER sURGERY cENTER
(Main Office) 270-384-6113
2004 Campbellsville Road, Columbia, KY 42728
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