Heartworm Can Be Deadly How To Spot The Warning Signs In Your Cat Or Dog

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How do you take care of your health?

Do you take supplements to keep your hormones balanced or do you jog around the block three times per week to keep your cardiovascular system in check? Are you the type of person to prioritize your diet or is your biggest goal this year to get more sleep per night? Your pets have their own ways of looking after their well-being, but when they come down with heartworm or bloating there’s little they can do. This is where the love and knowledge of their owner comes in. Veterinary laboratory services are readily available to diagnose your pet, provide them resources and keep them feeling well year in and year out.

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The Additional Costs of Horse Ownership

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Owning a horse is a lot of responsibility. However, it can also teach a lot of responsibility to a younger child. Children who live on or near acreages of lands with farms often wait for the day they will finally own their own horse. With the holidays coming up quickly, many of these families will gift a horse as a holiday gift. Owning a horse can be a positive thing, as long as they are ready for it. They often come with a lot of unexpected costs. Consider the following additional costs of a horse, before purchasing one for a holiday gift.

Feeding costs Horses eat a lot of food. If you are familiar with pet ownership with a cat or a dog, the food consumption rate of horses is often much higher. Some horses may also require special food to prevent digestion or health problems. Hor