Is your horse shaking or rubbing his head? He may have something in his ears, such as ticks or mites, causing irritation. Contact your veterinarian for treatment recommendations prior to placing anything in your horse’s ears as you may do more harm than good.
This sweet baby (one month old) was found in a drain pipe during a recent storm. The folks that rescued her are already smitten, she's one lucky kitty. — at Caldwell Mill Animal Clinic facebook.com/Caldwel…
Every hour on the hour, say "let's go pee and poop" (or your potty instructions) and, with your dog on
Monday - Friday 7am - 6pm
Saturday 7am - 2pm
Sunday 5pm - 6pm (for pickup/dropoff)
(Phones are turned on at 8am)
(Phones are turned off at 12pm - Saturday only)