In Australia, infection with viruses such as the Equine Herpes Virus (EHV-1 and EHV-4) are a common cause of respiratory disease in horses. The 'stable virus' is essentially an upper respiratory tract viral disease.
Is your dog staining its reputation? A previously perfect pooch may begin to soil the home for many reasons. The first step is to determine whether the problem is medical or behavioural.
The wear and tear on horses' joints caused by training and competing can be offset by the use of joint supplements.
If your dog has an allergic reaction to flea saliva, just one or two fleas can make it intensely itchy. Scratching and biting can result in uncomfortable redness, scaliness and sores.
Can your dog spread disease with ease? And what about your cat? Are there man-eating microbes oozing from every one of your cat's hair follicles?
Afraid of what a new puppy will do to your house? Here are a few tips to have your pup housetrained in no time.
In the wild, Lovebirds eat a variety of seeds, fruits, berries and vegetation such as leaf buds.
Cracks or splits in the hoof wall can result from drying out of the hooves with cracks from the ground surface up, or a 'fault line' crack that grows down the wall.
The keeping of backyard poultry gives great enjoyment to many people. Unfortunately, poultry, just like dogs and cats, may become ill from many causes.
Nutrition and particularly changes in feeding are often associated with colic. A recent survey identified the following risk factors that increased the chances of a horse being treated for a colic emergency.