If you find a tick attached:
The sooner a disease is diagnosed, the easier it is to treat!
The following are warning signs that your dog or cat may have a disease that was transmitted by a tick:
The tick can retain the infection throughout its life cycle and give it to subsequent hosts, such as you or your dog. Usually, an infective tick must be attached 48 hours before transmission occurs.
Here's some helpful tips to get you through the summer!
Animals are such agreeable friends they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms. --George Eliot
Flea & Tick Season
By the age of three, 70% of cats and 80% of dogs have some sign of dental disease. Problems start with sticky plaque that hardens to form tartar. If not removed, this can lead to gingivitis, a painful condition of inflamed gums, and eventually periodontal disease. Pets might lose teeth and be prone to infections that can affect other organs in the body.
Give us a call and set up a free appointment for an estimate and get 20% off your pets dental in February!