Follow at-home tick removal tips. Removing ticks can be dangerous if you leave part of the tick behind. If you’re unsure, talk to your vet.
Ticks may be found anywhere on your dog. They especially favor the neck, in the armpits, in and around the ears and between the toes.
Pet parents can protect their furry friends from parasites by maintaining their yards and checking for ticks after walks.
Start treating your dog as soon as you see any sign of fleas and ticks. Using natural remedies like apple cider vinegar can help protect your dog.
If you notice that your dog has skin problems, you need to take action immediately. Some skin problems are not deadly, but if left untreated can be severe.
Try home remedies to treat ailments like diarrhea, vomiting. But use prescription medications to tackle more serious threats like ticks.
Talk with your vet about starting your dog on medication to protect him from parasites including flea and tick prevention, as well as heart worm prevention.
The best cure is prevent canine cancer from forming. Provide your dog with good basic health care and limit exposure to known cancer-causing products.
By Karen A. Soukiasian Lyme disease is a zoonotic, bacterial, vector borne disease of the Borrelia burgdorferi group. It got its name from the towns of Lyme and Old Lyme, Connecticut, because in 1975, numerous cases with similar symptoms suddenly emerged in that region. In 1982, the bacterium was isolated and named. It was also… Continue Reading
Keep your dog pest free. To ensure your dog stays healthy, protect him against fleas, ticks, and worms.