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Imagine not being able to open a door,
not being able to pick up items that fall to the ground, or not
hearing an intruder enter your home. Many individuals with
disabilities live with those concerns on a daily basis.
Fortunately, assistance dogs have been incorporated into their
lives so they can receive help in performing those daily
An assistance... (Read More)
February is National Pet Dental Health Month. As with
humans, pets benefit from having good oral hygiene. Dental
disease can lead to pain, tooth loss and infection in other organs
when bacteria from infected teeth and gums enter the blood stream
and circulate throughout the body.
"Regular dental care is important to the well being of today's
horse," notes ... (Read More)
February definitely has heart.
It's the month we celebrate National Heart Awareness and
Valentine's Day. For those reasons, February is a good reminder for
owners to learn more about pet heart disease so that their pets can
live a long, happy, and healthy life.
Cats and dogs may be born with a
congenital heart condition, or they may acquire a heart disease as
th... (Read More)
The concept behind public dog parks is an exciting one for dogs
and owners alike, where fresh air and playfulness are plentiful.
Because public dog parks are accessible by anyone, each trip proves
to be a different experience, hosting a range of different
interactions for a pet.
Visiting a park is a social activity, and unlike their owners,
dogs do not always ... (Read More)
Cold winds and changing winter weather may not seem like
contributing factors for equine colic. However, these
conditions can foster changes in routine and eating habits that may
affect the well being of your horse.
"A common winter time equine health concern is colic," notes Dr.
Glennon Mays, clinical associate professor at the Texas A&M
College of Veterina... (Read More)
Veterinary medicine as a profession was born 250 years ago with
the founding of the first school of veterinary medicine in Lyon,
France. The World Veterinary Association, along with other leading
veterinary organizations, have designated 2011 as the "Year of the
Veterinarian", and the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine
& Biomedical Sciences is taking part... (Read More)
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