What To Do When A Hawk Attacks Your Small Dog

27 June 2016
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If a hawk attacks your small dog, it's important that you get your pet to safety and contact a mobile veterinarian for help. Hawks can attack pets weighing as much as 60 pounds. Raptors like hawks can attack their prey from the air or a perch. Because hawks have sharp, powerful talons, they can inflict a lot damage to their prey. Until a vet arrives to care for your dog, you can take steps to keep your pet comfortable. Read More 

3 Reasons To Preg Check Your Cows

3 May 2016
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Maintaining a small herd of beef cattle can be a fun and financially beneficial project. If you are breeding the cows in your herd to produce calves that can be weaned and sold on the open market, pregnancy testing (which is typically shortened to preg checking) can be an important activity. Here are three critical reasons why you shouldn't overlook preg checking your cows in the future. 1. Reproductive Status Read More 

3 Things Turtle Owners Need To Know About Ear Infections

4 April 2016
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Many people believe that turtles don't have ears, but this isn't true. Your pet turtle lacks the outer ears that you have, but it still has an inner ear, and this inner ear can get infected. Ear infections in turtles are also known as aural abscesses. Here are three things turtle owners need to know about ear infections. What are the signs of ear infections? If your turtle has an ear infection, the area around their eardrum will be swollen. Read More 

3 Things Hamster Owners Need To Know About Atrial Thrombosis

3 February 2016
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As your pet hamster gets older, they may develop age-related disorders like atrial thrombosis. Atrial thrombosis is a cardiovascular condition characterized by the development of a blood clot in one of the atriums (chambers) of the heart. Here are three things hamster owners need to know about atrial thrombosis. What are the signs of atrial thrombosis? Atrial thrombosis can affect both male and female hamsters. The main signs of the condition are tachypnea, tachycardia, and cyanosis. Read More 

4 Things Dog Owners Need To Know About Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis

3 January 2016
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Acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis (ANUG) is a severe dental disease that can affect dogs. Here are four things dog owners need to know about it. What are the signs of ANUG? At first, dogs with this condition have red, swollen gum tissue. When you brush your dog's teeth, you'll notice blood on the toothbrush; you may also see blood on their chew toys or around their mouth. Over time, the symptoms get worse. Read More