April to November is high season for ticks. The Center for Disease Control reports that ticks in every U.S. state carry disease. Use a year round prevention to prevent your pet from contracting a tick-borne illness. We carry NexGard, Vectra 3D and Seresto collars to help you "kick" the ticks!
Did you know? Certain breeds of dogs experience an above-average rate of diabetes. These include: Toy Poodles, Terriers, Cocker Spaniels, Dachshunds, Doberman Pinschers, German Shepherds, Labrador Retrievers, and Golden Retrievers.
Signs of diabetes mellitus.
If any of the following signs apply, you should bring your dog or cat in for a checkup.
1. Urinates frequently
Your dog or cat wants to go outside often. Your dog may urinate in the house; your cat may urinate outside of the litter box.
2. Drinks a lot of water
You must fill the water bowl more often than before, or notice your cat or dog drinking from unusual places, such as the toilet bowl.
3. Is always hungry
Never seems to get enough; always begging for food.
4. Has lost weight
5. Eyes appear cloudy
This sign is only present in dogs.
6. Coat has deteriorated
Your cat has stopped grooming, and fur becomes dry and dull.
7. Sleeps more or is less active
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