Severe Dog Virus Detected At Munster Animal Shelter

(Updated 3/18/2016 9:16 am)
PROTECT YOUR DOGS 
A very contagious virus was reported at the  Munster Indiana Humane Society and could affect surrounding areas.

 
(Edit) The Virus is now confirmed to be Canine Flu A H3N2.
The virus began from a single stray Friday, march 11, at the Humane Society Calumet Area Adoption and Intake Center in Munster Indiana. Just […]

By |March 18th, 2016|Vet News|0 Comments

Administering Medications to Your Cat

Administering Medications to Your Cat

Before you leave your veterinarian’s office with a new medication, be sure to address any concerns or questions with your veterinary team.
It is very important to follow all label directions carefully.
Do not risk being bitten, scratched, or otherwise injured while trying to medicate your cat. If you are unable to administer […]

By |October 24th, 2014|Cats, Health, Pet Care, Pet Medication, Vet News|0 Comments

Administering Medications to Your Dog

Administering Medications to Your Dog

Before you leave your veterinarian’s office with a new medication, be sure to address any concerns or questions with your veterinary team.
It is very important to follow all label directions carefully.
Do not risk being bitten or otherwise injured while trying to medicate your pet. If you are unable to administer medication, […]

By |October 24th, 2014|Dogs, Health, Pet Care, Pet Medication, Vet News|0 Comments

Avian Nutrition

Avian Nutrition
Should My Bird Be Eating Seeds?
It is a common misunderstanding that seeds are a sufficient diet for companion birds. After all, wild bird feeders are filled with seeds, right? However, while wild birds enjoy the seeds people provide, they also eat a wide variety of other foods, including plants, insects, nectar, and, for some […]

By |October 24th, 2014|Birds, Health, Pet Care, Vet News|0 Comments

Caring For Ferrets

CARING FOR FERRETS

Ferrets are playful, intelligent, curious, and affectionate, often bonding closely with their owners.
Ferrets require daily play and social interaction, free access to fresh water and a meat-based diet, and regular veterinary care.
Ferrets should be neutered/spayed and descented by 5 to 6 weeks of age to prevent certain illnesses and reduce odor and aggression.
Ferrets […]

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