Monthly Archives: July 2016

How to Prevent Heat Strokes in your Pet

Heat stroke, or hyperthermia, occurs when your pet fails to keep the body’s temperature within a safe range. Animals cooling systems are different than humans and they can easily get overheated, for example we cool off by sweating. The signs A dog that is suffering from heatstroke will show several signs, including fast panting, an…
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How to Avoid Cheat Grass in Central Oregon

Cheat grass is a plant that is native to Europe and Asia. While we have no idea how it found its way to North America, it is now a reality that pet-owners face in Central Oregon. What is Cheat Grass Cheat grass, also known as downy brome, bronco grass, June grass, foxtail and grass awn,…
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