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5 Reasons To Get Your Dog Licensed

Original Content Posted Cesarsway.com by Nicole Pajer

Being a dog owner requires all sorts of responsibility. One that is often overlooked is registering your dog with your city government and getting him licensed. In the city of San Francisco alone, for example, only 16 percent of dogs are estimated to be licensed. Failing to license your dog can hinder your chances of getting him back if picked up by the pound and can get you in trouble with the law.

If the above isn’t reason enough for you to properly register your dog, here are a few more reasons why you should:

1. It’s the law. In most states, it’s mandatory that dog owners have their pets licensed. If you get caught without a license, which can and does happen, you will be hit with a hefty fine. Dogs must have a renewed license each year, which must be displayed on them at all times. Read the rest of this entry »

Why We Need to Talk About Heartworms

Heartworms! I know it is not everyone’s favorite topic, especially around breakfast, but it is very important to talk about heartworms and learn how your dog can get infected. It is also important to understand what heartworms can do to the health of your pet.

Many pet owners believe that a dog can get heartworms by coming in contact with an infected dog or picking up the worms from the environment, but this is simply not the case. The only way your dog can get heartworms is from a mosquito bite. It does not matter if your dog is the outdoor type or a pampered indoor yorkie- all dogs are at risk of getting heartworms.

The mosquito deposits the heartworm larvae on the dog and the worms start a 3 month migration to the heart and lungs. The larvae grow into adult worms and damage the arteries in the lungs. It may take time for the clinical signs, such as exercise intolerance or coughing to appear. Heartworms can be potentially fatal to your dog.

The good news is that you can prevent heartworm disease in your dog by giving them a monthly preventive year round, as recommended by the American Heartworm Society.

The good news is that you can prevent heartworm in your dogs by giving them a monthly heartworm disease preventive year round.

April is Heartworm Awareness Month and Cesarsway.com is running a fun contest— “Why Your Dog Deserves 12 Doses”— where you could win a $100 American Express gift card! But hurry, tomorrow is the last day to enter. Check out the contest page for more details and contest rules.

Your dog is counting on you. If you care, be aware!

Stay calm and assertive,
Cesar

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