Primary considerations in horse blanketing are hair coat and environmental temperature. Here is some information that will assist you in making the right blanketing decision for your horse.
Written and reviewed by board-certified veterinarians, find animal care advice and information for companion, exotic, equine, and livestock animals.
Tips to ease pets’ summertime allergy symptoms.
Some simple commonsense practices will keep summer months filled with joyful memories and avoid an unpleasant hazard of poultry ownership – illness in either the birds or their people.
This information will help you avoid potential dangers – and will help you respond if your pet does get into something poisonous.
Pet food recalls occur for many reasons. In general, the process exists to protect consumers from food that does not meet quality standards or is tainted with pathogens, excess or deficiency in vitamins or minerals, and contamination with toxins.
Early November marks National Animal Shelter and Rescue Appreciation Week, a good time to note the amazing work our shelters do in keeping animals and people safe and cared for in our communities.
Whether your pet is perfectly healthy, overweight, or ill, diet plays an important role in helping animals feel their best.
Each year, “back to school” means lots of changes in humans’ – and animals’ – schedules. Parents are excited for the return to routine, and kids might be dreading it, but sometimes we forget about our pets.
Preparing for your pets’ welfare in an emergency will help first responders, evacuation groups and emergency animal shelters better care for the animals, and will give you peace of mind.