With the shorter days and multiple layers of clothing, the last thing we want to do when getting home after a long day is go back outside into the cold and most likely wet weather. Our furry family members tend to feel this as well, however for their health, we need to keep them active — physically and mentally.
Arthritis or degenerative joint disease is one of the most common ailments affecting middle aged to senior dogs and cats. It can be a source of chronic pain and negatively affect their quality of life.
Winter can be a difficult period in the fight against rodents! While many of us use rat poison to combat these pets, these poisons can affect other furry friends including cats, dogs and other household pets.
Ticks are an unpleasant pest to our furry friends. When a tick stings our dog or cat, a poison is injected as it feeds causing weakness, irritations, a change in pitch of a bark or meow, wobbliness or excessive panting.