Archive - May 2013

Safe-Guard For Horses

Safe-Guard paste is used as a wormer for horses. Gastrointestinal equine parasites can be very dangerous along with the many myths associated with horse deworming. It can be a little confusing and sometimes overwhelming to completely understand the impact of intestinal worms, the most common of equine diseases. Horses typically get worms when turned out with previously infected horses or when they are turned out in a contaminated pasture. In both situations, it is highly likely the horse will become infected, as well. A pasture can stay infected for a considerable amount of time so always keep the threat of horse worms in mind.
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Dog Anxiety

Dogs can grow to be much attached to their owners and unfortunately there comes a time during the day where you’ll have to leave them home alone. This can lead to separation anxiety and stress related disorders or your dog may be fearful of new things in their environment or they don’t travel well. Read More


It is always disappointing to hear that your pet has diabetes, but rest assured that Vetsulin, an FDA-approved insulin for diabetic dogs and cats, can help manage your pet’s disease. Vetsulin® is the first and only insulin approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for treating both canine and feline diabetes mellitus.
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Strongid C 2X

The leading cause of colic in horses is parasites (worms). That is why it is so important to have a strong parasite control program. While there are several ways to successfully control parasites a relatively good one is STRONGID C 2X. These pellets come in 10 pound buckets. The de-worming medication is mixed into alfalfa pellets. By feeding this daily your horse receives a small dose of pyrantel tartate, the active ingredient, ridding your horse of all the parasites accumulated in the past 24 hours.
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