Posts in the ‘Cats’ Category

tick removal with tweezers

Removing Ticks from Your Pets

To remove a tick, place tweezers as close to the skin as possible and pull the tick straight out, trying not to squeeze the body.  Wash the area with antiseptic and wash your hands well afterward.   We have an inexpensive tick removal tool which makes this process even easier.

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What Kind of Tick is This?

The most common ticks in this area are the dog tick and the deer tick.  Tickinfo.com will help you identify any tick you may find on you or your animals. We strongly suggest you treat your animals with Frontline or Nexguard to keep ticks from infecting your animals (remember these are not repellents, but they will keep

lily plant is highly toxic to cats

Lilies are Poisonous to Cats

Remember that lilies of all types are extremely toxic to cats.  Cats only have to lick pollen off their coats after they brush by a lily to become ill.  And chewing on any part of a lily, leaf, flower, stem or root can cause extreme kidney failure and death.   Please keep this in mind when bringing flowers into

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