DOGS

Dogs are part of our family. Explore useful care tips and how-to information regarding dog health, behaviour and more.

HEALTH & PROTECTION

7 Myths about Ticks

Ticks are tiny, dangerous creatures whose entire existence depends upon attaching to living, breathing beings—like your dog, cat or family—and consuming a blood meal. Sounds very vampirish, doesn’t it? Perhaps this is why these little creatures are surrounded by so many giant myths—people tend to create and circulate false stories when they’re afraid to really…

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The Dog Owner’s Guide To Flea Protection

If you have a dog and you’ve never had to deal with fleas, consider yourself extremely lucky. Fleas are one of the most common parasites affecting the health of dogs today.

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You Don’t Want To Have Brown Dog Ticks Over For Dinner

People go to great lengths to keep pests out of their home, and for good reason: pests destroy peace and happiness. More importantly, they jeopardise the safety and well-being of all members of your family. It’s hard enough when you can see direct evidence of these intruders, but when they’re small, it becomes an entirely…

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Flea City 101: Where Fleas Hide In Your Home

It’s time to clear the air about fleas. Once they enter your home they are wired to thrive. Fleas are survivors.

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Where Ticks Lurk In Your Environment

Many people think that ticks are annoying little pests that are sometimes found on their dogs during the Spring and Summer.

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6 Diseases Ticks Can Spread In One Feeding

Ticks are small, but the harm that they can spread to you, your dog, cat, and family is mighty. Ticks are blood-sucking parasites that often carry disease-causing bacteria and parasites. As a result, they transmit an array of different infections, sometimes simultaneously, into the bloodstream when they consume a meal. The transmission of tick-borne diseases…

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