PetCorps Professional Pet Care is a pet services company based in Radcliff, KY. We believe pets are family. They deserve to live the best life possible. They depend on us (humans) to provide them the care they deserve.
Our mission is to help pet owners improve life for their families and pets.
We achieve that by providing them with dog poop cleanup services and pet sitting services.
As a former Army veterinary technician, I also want to be a resource to my customers by providing them with answers to their pet questions. Here is a list of our most popular blog posts and topics.
Have you ever wondered what that smelly discharge is dripping from your male dog’s penis? If so, you are not alone. The medical term for this discharge is smegma. Is it harmful? Is it something you should be concerned about as a pet owner?
What exactly should you feed your dogs? This is not an easy question to answer. In my experience, here are a few foods you should stop feeding your pets.
When I worked as a kennel technician at Hardin County Animal Care and Control in Elizabethtown, KY, we had a shelter dog who was at risk of being euthanized. Here’s what I did to save him from death row.
As a professional pooper scooper, I get to interact with dogs every time I am cleaning yards. One winter, I had an observation about a pack of dogs. If you own a dog, you already know how smart they can be… but did you know they are actually geniuses? Here’s one way they adapt to cold weather.
As a veterinary technician, I had several opportunities to care for and treat animals infected with parvovirus. Here’s what you should know about this potentially fatal illness.
There are some people foods that are good to share with your dog. Here’s a short list.
In recent years, the term “overvaccination” has made pet owners become more cautious about their pet’s medical care. The efficacy of the kennel cough vaccine, a non-core vaccine required by many boarding facilities, has come under scrutiny in recent years. Is it really helpful to your dog or is it actually harmful?
If you own a dog, parasite prevention is important to improve the quality of life for your family and pets. Some parasites, like roundworm, are transmissible to humans.
Cleaning up after the dog, while an unpleasant activity for many pet owners, can actually be good for the environment. Left to pile up, it can cause environmental problems in our source water.
Another intestinal parasite of dogs that can also infect people is hookworm. These worms can be very harmful to people and pets.