Ticks attach to your dog by biting into your dog’s skin. Many ticks also produce a sticky, glue like substance that helps them to remain attached. After attaching to your dog, ticks begin feeding on your dog’s blood. The places where ticks attach can become red and irritated.
The disease associated with Ticks that most people are familiar with is called Lyme disease. Lyme disease can cause arthritis and swelling of your dog’s joints, resulting in painful lameness. There are also other diseases that ticks can transmit to your dog. Your veterinarian can answer questions about
April 8, 2021
Tarzan was surrendered into the care of QHS because he was too active for the previous owners. It didn't take him too long to settle in, the way to his heart is through wet food and treats and he's now a fan of staff because they always have the good stuff. He is a busy boy, very playful and rowdy. He would do well with another feline in the home- one that will match his energy level and help get his zoomies out. Tarzan hasn't yet been tested with dogs but this can be arranged with an approved application. He is still young and is learning how to play gently, he would be suitable
April 6, 2021
Beans is an energetic 1-year-old Domestic Medium Haired feline that is looking for an experienced cat home to call his own. He got his name as he is full of beans and can’t sit still! This boy can play all day and is fascinated with just about any toy. Beans loves when people are playing with him but he does not tolerate being picked up. He only likes to cuddle on his terms. He is very chatty and loves to tell staff his life stories. He has a catitude and will certainly let you know when he has had enough - often with nibbles or a swat. He loves food a little too much and will need to be
April 1, 2021