It has been very busy around PetCorps the past week or so due to Labor Day Weekend. Around this time,… Read more Reading Roundup: September 9
When I first started my career as a dog waste removal specialist, I had advanced knowledge regarding the risks of… Read more Infected Dog Waste
As I stood in the lobby of Hardin County Animal Shelter watching the rain beat against the windows, I looked… Read more What’s in your water?
Our top 3 post of all time was Parvovirus: What you need to know about this deadly disease. We revisit… Read more Parvovirus
One year ago today, Christopher Hamberger went with me to observe a day in the life of a pooper scooper.… Read more How to Avoid Roundworm Infection in Children: Pick Up the Poop and Wash Hands
During the month of May, Jason Smith of Radcliff-based ReALife LLC announced plans to offer up to 30 free yard… Read more Local dog waste removal service to offer free cleanings to benefit PAWS Shelter Foundation
It is one of the deadliest diseases known to dogs. Puppies are its primary victims. It can also be a difficult disease to treat and manage in outpatient and inpatient veterinary medicine. I’m talking about parvovirus.