Tip No 1 for Chooks
Autumn is a good time to insure all livestock and pets are wormed prior to the colder winter months. This will give your pets and livestock a better chance to sustain weight and body fat during the winter months.
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- Dogs and Cats do not sweat! They pant to lower their body temperature. The same principle of evaporation is used, but via panting.
- Dogs and Cats also seek cool surfaces to lay to draw heat from their bodies.
So What Does That Mean for Pet Owners & How Can You Keep Your Pet Comfortable?
So what can you do to protect your Dog?
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This unique golden powder blend combines all the natural benefits of turmeric, powdered coconut oil, ground black pepper and Resveratrol in an easy to use powdered supplement form. Tumericle is suitable for a variety of animals including horses cattle dogs and cats. Continue reading
When it is hot, the last thing you want to drink is hot water. If you pets are kept outside put out at least two sources of water. Consider the direction of the sun as it moves through the day and supply your pet with options so they can always have fresh water that hasn’t been sitting in the sun.
Plenty of Shade & Air Flow
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There are many different schools of thought regarding what holistic means. Some believe holistic simply means natural, while others believe holistic to embody not only a diet of whole foods, but an overall lifestyle embracing mind, body and spirit for inner health, peace and well-being. Black Hawk sits in the middle of these two extremes and believes holistic food to have a multitude of health benefits from the inside out. Holistic foods incorporate Continue reading
Although they feed on the blood of dogs and cats, they sometimes bite humans. They can live without food for several months, but females must have a blood meal before they can produce eggs. They can deliver about 4000 eggs on the host’s fur. The eggs go through four life-cycle stages: embryo, larva, pupa, and imago (adult). This whole life cycle from egg to adult takes from two to three weeks, although this depends on the temperature. It may take longer in cool conditions.
Their legs are long, the hind pair well adapted for jumping: a flea can jump vertically up to Continue reading