Veterinary laboratory equipment

Dogs have been companions for people for thousands of years. In fact, dogs and people have very often been the best of friends to one another, making life much more joyful and pleasant for both species.

To state the obvious, dogs come in all shapes and sizes. For that matter, so do their owners. Dogs, no matter their breed, size, or shape, can be very susceptible to heartworms. With upwards of 80 million dogs being owned in the United States alone, veterinary diagnostics have become quite reliable when it comes to gauging the severity of the heartworm antigen.

Heartworms can be a very serious and potentially fatal disease in dogs and other pets, as well. This is true

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Nest box

In keeping up with proper animal welfare, it important you find functional ways for poultry farming. As most people are looking to rear chicken for eggs or meat, many are opting to upcycle materials from their farms to make chicken nesting boxes. These recycled materials are readily available, and they significantly cut the cost of poultry farming.

Basically, chicken nest boxes can be made from almost any non-toxic material from your backyard. Materials such as rubber storage boxes, buckets, crates or any sizeable container can be turned into a clean and safe nest box. Portability and the easy to clean are your main factors when looking to make a Read more ...

Diagnosis of cancer in animals

Pets are important members of a family. In fact, for many pet owners their animals are treated as well as many children. If these same pet owners get devastating news like the diagnosis of cancer in animals that they love, difficult choices need to be made. From making a financial commitment for cancer treatments for pets to making the painful decision to put a pet to sleep, the diagnosis of cancer in animals is never good news.
Veterinary surgical procedures have made a lot of progress in the last few decades, but the medical progress does not always help with the emotional implications.
At the very least, owners can feel like they have done everything possible if

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Pet insurance

Our dogs are our family. They are there for us during the good times and the bad times. Sometimes, they’re even able to pick up that we’re not having a good day and try to help us get better. Because of that, it’s good that we do the same. As our older dogs reach elder status, we have to make sure to watch them and help them live out their golden years peacefully. After all, we love our dogs and want to keep them smiling. Here’s some tips on how to keep that smile going.

  1. A Healthy Diet
    First, it’s best to make sure that your dog is eating right. That means you have to be especially careful of what your dog is eating as he gets older. That’s right, the days when you’re do

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