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How Mosquitoes Can Not Only Harm Humans but Can Cause Heartworms in Your Pet

Mosquitoes usually bite humans and transmit harmful diseases such as dengue and malaria into their system. These parasitic insects also do the same to your pets.

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Fun Summer Things to Do with Your Pets

Summer’s nearly here and you will no doubt be excited about all of the great activities that the longer days and warmer weather promises. Fortunately, summer is just as great for our pets and there are lots of opportunities to create fun with our furbabies.

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Take the Bite Out of Mosquitoes and Heartworms

Summer is almost upon us. As most people look forward to this time, the same cannot be said for pets. Why? During warm periods following rain, that is the time mosquitoes thrive. Do you know when mosquitoes thrive, so does heartworm disease?

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Top Poison Items for Pets: Prevention Awareness Month

The 58th anniversary of pet poison prevention month is in March 2020, marking almost six decades of safer pet lives and safer homes. It is a great time to learn about the top poison items for different kinds of pets, as well as ways to keep them safe. While poison is something you may not usually think about, your pet can suffer accidental poisoning from various substances in and around your home.

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Do’s and Don’ts of at-home dental care for your pets

Oral health isn’t just important for the human members of your family. Dogs and cats also reap huge benefits from owners spending a little time and effort on looking after their pet’s teeth, which they rely on not just for eating, but also for helping them to pick up and carry objects and defend themselves if they are ever threatened. Healthy teeth are also important for your pet’s overall wellbeing. This is because, just like in humans, poor oral hygiene in animals has been linked to the development of a progressive inflammatory condition called periodontal disease which is a contributing factor in diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and oral cancer.

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