Speaking of Pets II

Are Pet Safety Products Keeping Your Pet Safe While Driving

Posted by RPS Staff on May 16th 2018

Video Source: youcarnews.comWhile most pet owners feel great pleasure in taking their pets for car rides, experts suggest that they must not forget to keep their furry friends properly restrained. Pet …

Intestinal Parasites and your Pet

Posted by M. H. Archer, DVM on May 16th 2018

The most common intestinal parasites in dog and cats are roundworm, hookworms, tapeworms, whipworms, coccidian, and giardia. The internal parasites live in the intestines of the animal and are passed …

Five Common Myths About Heartworm Disease in Pets

Posted by M. H. Archer, DVM on May 16th 2018

It’s that time of year again when we tend to think and talk about heartworm disease with our clients. There is always misconception and confusion around this topic so let’s dig in. Heartworm is a pa …

10 Common Poison Pills for Pets (Beware!)

Posted by M. H. Archer, DVM on May 16th 2018

About one-quarter of all phone calls to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) are about human medications. Your pet can easily ingest dropped pills or may be given harmful human medications by …

Make Your Pool Safe for Summer!

May 16th 2018

A backyard pool can be a dangerous place for unattended kiddos. Likewise for you pets and wild animals. Skamper Ramp gives an escape path for animals stuck in your pool.Take a look at Skamper Ramp for …