Keeping your pet healthy, trained and groomed is an important responsibility for all pet owners.
Here at CAWL we will try to help any way we can.
Check this page frequently for new and changing information to help educate and guide you in the care of your loved one.
IBD-Inflammatory Bowel Disease has previously only been diagnosed with a lengthy and invasive biopsy sample that's expensive and laborious.
New research from scientists at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine and Texas A&M University now have a simple test from a stool sample using a technique called “16S rNA sequencing” to identify this disease.
This disease is an inflammation of cells in the digestive tract.
All dogs and ages can develop IBD, but some breeds are at a greater risk such as Irish Setters, Bulldogs, Boxers, Basenjis and German Shepards.
If your vet thinks your dog may be affected, ask him to check into this game changing new test.
How to Help Your Dog Adjust to Your New Home
Christine Fox, CEO of Wag’n’Tails Dog Activity Center, explains the best ways to help your dog adjust to their new home.
Click on a link below for more information.
These recalls will be automatically updated and include food products for cats as well as dogs.
Due to contamination, it is CAWL's policy to never accept donations of food or toy products manufactured in China.
This is due to numerous reports of dangerous products in the food as well the toys. (As an example, dog tennis balls from China have been found to contain lead. You wouldn't want yourself or your kids handling these products either.)
We encourage you to do the same and let your local retailer know.