Bartonella is a type bacteria that can be transmitted to cats, dogs and humans from exposure to infected fleas and ticks.
Browsing: pet grooming
We have all taken our pets to the groomer to get them all spruced up at one time or another. How would you feel if you went to pick them up and…
This is a guest post from Rolan Tripp, DVM, CABC. Enjoy!! Nobody’s perfect and all of us could do better. I have put together below my opinion on the most common mistakes…
Is owning a dog putting a bite on your budget? Rather than giving your family friend away, look into some ways that you can save money while still keeping your dog. We did that very thing recently in our household and here is a list of tips that I would like to share with you;
We recently received an email offering a scholarship to the Animal Behavioral College. At first I was going to delete but then thought what a great idea to post the contest. Perhaps…
Mark your calendars for the Charlotte Pet Expo!
May 8, 2010, from 10am to 6pm
On May 8th, the 2010 Charlotte Pet Expo will be held at Cabarrus Arena and Events Center at 4751 NC Highway 49 in Concord, NC. Admission, and parking, is free to the public!
The Charlotte Pet Expo is the pet lover’s premier event! Bringing all the foremost trainers, groomers, rescues, shelters, vets, clinics, pet stores, retailers, hobbyist groups, and societies together. Their goal is to assemble all key areas of the pet companion world to educate, demonstrate, and perform for the Charlotte pet lover community and beyond.
People are becoming more conscious of the products they use every day. Chemicals, toxic products, and insecticides are falling from favor as individuals search for more friendly methods of resolving issues. Flea treatments are one of these areas. Powders and sprays expose the household residents (your family and your pets) to poisonous products that are harmful to health. Not only that, you’re also dipping your animal in a toxic bath
Comb through the unseen healthy hair and get rid of the shedding hair; this is what most groomers do first before cutting your pets coat. A professional pet groomer will take their time when grooming each pet; they will make sure they do their best, because they understand that is what it takes to keep your business. You have to groom some animals all at once, while a lot of