Speaking Their Language – Canine Communication

Dogs are social creatures that live together, and so they need a dog language in order to get along. How dogs communicate—what I like to call “dogma”—is based on a system of common signals. Obviously, dogs can’t talk, so their “language” is comprised of other signals – primarily body language, such as movement and positioning of the ears and…

Year-Round Flea Treatment!

Fleas are Opportunistic Thankfully no flea (whether it’s in the egg, larvae, pupae, or adult part of its cycle) can survive in near-freezing temperatures for extended periods. However, fleas are crafty creatures and will seek warm-bodied hosts (e.g., dogs, cats, raccoons, opossums) or warmed shelters (e.g., sheds, garages, your home) in order to survive all year…