Flea and tick season is here - so how do your protect your dog from these nasty pests?
You've heard of bird watching... but tick watching? It's not an actually hobby, but if you're a dog owner, you should know the types of ticks in your area.
A natural alternative for fleas, ticks and other pests and parasites, diatomaceous earth for dogs is a safe and chemical-free treatment for your pooch.
We’ve all heard the claims – there are all-natural essential oils that keep ticks off of dogs. But have you ever seen them work? Kevin Roberts takes it upon…
Sure, fleas and ticks are little pains in the butt, but did you know that there are differences between the two? Know what youre up against this spring.
Ticks are more than just pests - they can cause serious damage. One such danger is tick paralysis - here's what you need to watch out for.
They're more than an irritant - these little bloodsuckers can mean big trouble for you and your pooch. Here's how to remove a tick from a dog.
Paralysis is defined as the loss of feeling and muscle movement anywhere in the body. Cats can be diagnosed with partial or complete paralysis.
Ticks are more than just a pest - they can actually transmit deadly diseases such as Ehrlichiosis. Let's talk about what this is and how to prevent it.
In order to defeat your enemy, you must know your enemy. And for your dog, that means you need to be an expert about all things tick related.
Just as nasty as ticks and fleas, ear mites can cause just as many problems for your dog. Know what to watch for and how to get rid of ear mites in dogs.
Ticks are harbingers of disease and illness. During tick season, be on the lookout for these Lyme Disease symptoms in dogs.
When these pests leave their mark on your pet, it may Lyme disease, rabbit fever... even the plague! We've got fleas and ticks to thank for spreading them.
As the leaves begin to drop, it's a sure sign to pet parents that we need to get our dogs ready for fall. Be prepared for the season with these timely tips.
As ticks become more resilient to pesticides, scientists are getting closer in their quest to alleviate these pests. For now, use your Hoover to keep them ou…