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Monthly Archives: April 2015

6 Vital Facts About Heartworm Prevention

According to the American Heartworm Society, virtually 100 percent of dogs and up to 90 percent of cats exposed to mosquitoes carrying the infective larvae will become heartworm positive. Fortunately, heartworm prevention can help you avoid having to deal with this. Treatment of heartworm disease is not only very expensive, but also very dangerous to

Heartworms in Dogs and Cats

Heartworm is a parasite that all dog and cat owners have to be concerned about. Heartworm infections and heartworm disease are endemic amongst dogs in North Carolina, meaning that they are a widespread and ongoing health concern. Though cats are infected less often than dogs, when they are infected it is most often fatal, so

Viewing a Pet As More Than a Family Member

Your pets are family, no doubt about that! And as such, there’s nothing you wouldn’t do to keep them happy, safe and healthy. Your pet is more than that, though; s/he is an investment, too, in terms of the time, love and yes, even the money you’ve put into choosing, training and assimilating her into