When temperatures are soaring and humidity is high, even normal activities can lead to heat exhaustion. If that happens, you’ll need to take quick action to save his life.
Confrontation shows how quickly conflicts in New Orleans can turn deadly
A conflict that should have been settled with words turned violent, in the presence of a child, a gun is revealed, this fight could have turned deadly.
Dashcam video of Route 33 shootout shows how quickly police work can turn deadly
A video of a state police shootout was released Thursday to lehighvalleylive.com.
Your Quick Guide to Pancreatitis in Dogs and Cats
It may be tempting to give extra treats to pets, but caution is advised - Pancreatitis and other stomach/gut upsets can occur, leading to a trip to the vet.
Quick Tips from Esther
We have a groomer here at Rau named Esther Cheeves. She grooms any dogs up 85 pounds, and she gave me some quick tips for maintaining your d...
How To Tell If Your Dog Is Overheating
Quick Tips for Choosing a Dog or Puppy
You're excited about getting a dog or puppy -- but you're a little nervous, too. What breed is right for your lifestyle? Should you get a puppy or older ...
Essential Oils and Pets: A Quick How-To
If you love using Young Living products in your home, you’ve probably wondered how you can share their amazing benefits with your animals. Which oils are safe to use? How much can I apply? Should I diffuse or apply topically? If you’ve ever had questions like these, we’re here to help! Check out this quick-and-easy how-to guide ...
Five Quick Tips to Stop Your Dog From Pulling on Leash
Ask Inger Martens Q:My Rottie, Hayley, pulls and pulls and pulls on walks. How can I put an end to this supremely irritating behaviour? Please help make walk-time fun again! —Long-arm Lass from Laredo A:This is a really common problem and VERY annoying habit for many dog owners. Often owners feel like they’re water skiing on the end of the leash! Well, making your daily walks fun again is easier than you think, and it starts with you. Whether you own a Rottie…
Capital Vets » Quick tips for traveling with your pets for the holidays-
Posted: November 20, 2014 First and most important–make sure your pet is comfortable with travel and does not have any illnesses or injuries that would interfere with his or her ability to travel safely. Senior pets in particular may have a difficult time with a lengthy confinement in a crate or in a harness. Consider alternatives such as a reliable pet sitter or boarding facility if these are an option. You can help prepare your pet for travel with trips around town in…
How Commensal Bacteria Turn Deadly
University of Liverpool scientists made an advance in understanding how the bacterium that causes pneumonia, meningitis, and septicemia usually remains harmlessly in the nose and throat.
Clue to why cat virus turns deadly
Scientists believe they are closer to understanding how a common virus mutates and turns deadly when it infects cats.
How a century of fear turned deadly for sharks
Before the summer of 1916, there was still debate about whether sharks could kill humans. Most people were not even sure if a shark could bite a human. One of them was New York multimillionaire Her…
4 Quick Tips For New Cat Owners
How the flu turns deadly — CNN
People who are 65 and older account for 80% of all flu-related deaths, however flu can be lethal for anyone, including children and young, healthy adults.
Quick tips to get to the root of periodontal disease
If pets in your veterinary clinic are plagued by plaque, take a moment to review Dr. Barden Greenfield’s advice on pockets, probing and why you should always keep a backup scaler tip.
How Can I Get My Dog to Come Quickly When Called?
Teach your dog that returning to your side is not the end of play time with these simple strategies and games.
How to Travel with Your Dog: Three Quick Tips
Looking forward to taking a car trip with your dog? Read this in advance! Includes a checklist for what you'll need to bring with you.
12 Disease Prevention Quick Tips for Outdoor Enthusiasts
Today is Take a Hike Day! If you enjoy your trailblazing with your pet, check out these 12 safety tips to prevent disease: 1. Avoid camping/backpacking/hiking if you are feeling ill or if your animal companion is ill. People and animals are more prone to disease if their immune systems are weakened by other illnesses or conditions. 2. Keep your outdoor gear (including tents, netting, sleeping bags, etc.) in good condition and repair or replace damaged items. 3. Take precautions to minimize...
How The Flu Turns Deadly (And How To Protect Yourself)
2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the 1918 influenza pandemic, known more infamously as the “Spanish flu.” That pandemic killed 675,000 Americans and more than 50 million people globally. Since the…