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FAQs About Animal Health Products and Services
The following questions are commonly asked about animal health products and services:

Why do I need to neuter or spay my pets?
Pet overpopulation is a serious concern in many areas. Thousands of unwanted dogs and cats are put to sleep every year in animal shelters throughout the country because there are simply too many of them. Spaying and neutering helps to keep the pet population down, but it is also beneficial for your pet. This procedure, which removes a pet’s ability to reproduce, seems to allow pets to live longer, especially females, and also helps them control their behavior.

Does my dog or cat really need vaccines?
Just like their owners, dogs and cats are susceptible to diseases. These include parvo, distemper, and rabies, all of which are fatal if left untreated. Furthermore, diseases like rabies can be quickly spread into the population, creating an outbreak. Since there are vaccines that protect against all of these diseases, it is always important to keep your pet up to date on his or her shots. Rabies vaccines need to be given every year.

How can I keep fleas and ticks off my pet?
Fleas and ticks are more than just annoying insects, they can also cause dangerous conditions like heartworm in your dog. Fortunately, there are many products available for pet protection. Flea shampoos can kill fleas and ticks during a bath. Medicine can also be applied onto the dog’s skin that keeps pest off of the dog for up to a month. There are also prescription pills that your veterinarian can give you to keep fleas and ticks away.

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18980 E 96th St, Broken Arrow, OK 74012
HoofPAC is an animal advocacy organization in Broken Arrow, OK, dedicated to stopping cruelty to horses. Call today to find out how you can help.
(539) 302-0671
The American Kritters Association
N/A, Wichita, KS 67217
Contact us at (877) 629-8274 in Wichita, KS, and keep tabs on your animal thanks to our national animal registry.
(877) 629-8274
Chacy Ranior Therapy Companion
Rt 1 Mail Box 1939, Oktaha, OK 74450
We offer products for pet/people odor removal or allergy products. We also carry dog gift baskets. 4 different sizes include anything from toys and shampoo to other amazing animal products.
(918) 474-3647
A-1 Animal Health Supply LLC
11230 N Garnett Rd, Owasso, OK 74055
(918) 371-8808
Dog Dish
6502 E 51st St, Tulsa, OK 74145
(918) 624-2600
Flying Cow Genetics
429746 E 70 Rd, Welch, OK 74369
(918) 929-3178
Parsons Pet Hospital
5021 Main St, Parsons, KS 67357
(620) 421-1566
Pawprints On The Heartland
3335 Se Boston Mills Rd, Columbus, KS 66725
(620) 674-8133
Rainbow Paw pet box moible spa dog grooming
800 S Market St, Wichita, KS 67211
(316) 650-8688
Boston Terrier Stud Service
1345 Arrowhead, Wichita, KS 67203
(316) 213-0803
Petiatric Com
3030 N Mascot Ave, Wichita, KS 67204
(316) 831-9500
VCA Kickingbird Animal Hospital
421 N Bryant Ave, Edmond, OK 73034
(405) 348-7387

Animal health products aren't just for household pets. Livestock veterinarians help maintain animals and their health with vitamins, antibiotics, and proper fencing to keep cattle, pigs, sheep, and goats separate from each other. On a farm, having healthy animals is important to produce dairy and beef in order to make a living. Whether it be placing ear tags on your livestock or buying insecticides for pest control, animal health product and service companies will be who you call. Farms will generally want insect control, antimicrobials and parasite killers since they are effective ways to get the job done. When finding a company who sells animal products, you will first want to see if they have products and services for the type of animal you're looking to care for. If you're primarily working with canines, keeping wormers and products to reduce fleas will be important to maintain their health. Farms may be more interested in protecting their swine or finding milk replacement products for their young livestock. If you're looking for other supplies, like injectables for cattle or pigs, ask if the company carries those certain products. Some companies may work primarily with swine farms, while others will also help dairy farms, or farms that produce beef products. Ask different animal health companies if they have information on renal care for cattle, or if they have vitamins and supplies to keep their livestock and farm healthy. Different companies may have different techniques they use, and you may like one more than another.
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