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Tips for Tick Identification

If you find a tick on your dog, it’s important to remove it right away. If it is feeding or an engorged tick it will have its mouth parts buried in the skin. To remove it use a tick twisters or tweezers to grasp the tick close to the skin and pull it out. Always […]

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What’s Lyme Got To Do With It?

The changes we make to our environment have rippling effects that can literally bite us back in ways that are as convoluted as they are subtle. A prime example is the effect of urbanization (or, perhaps more correctly, sub-urbanization) on the risk – both for ourselves and our canine companions – of contracting Lyme Disease.

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Taking the Bite Out of Fleas

Is your fur family licking, chewing or scratching? The pesky cat flea (Ctenocephalides felis) is the most common parasitic insect to affect our pets. Fleas are the source of many medical concerns for our pets such as skin irritation/ allergies.Fleas are also the host of parasites such as tapeworms (Dipylidium caninum). Young puppies and kittens […]

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What to Know About Roundworms

Fido and Fluffy can be a host for many parasitic intestinal worms, the most common is the roundworm. These are tubular/round bodied parasites averaging about 4-6 inches in length. They do not attach to the intestinal wall but are freely mobile and feed off partially digested food. The scientific name for the canine roundworm is […]

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Parasites Awakening

As the days start to get longer and the snow begins to melt, we are not the only ones to feel a hint of the sun’s warmth our faces. Many parasite species also respond to lengthening days and warming temperatures by coming out of dormancy.

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