Feline Leukemia and Your Cat

Recently, we have seen some very sad cases of cats diagnosed with Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV). FeLV is a common infectious disease in cats. It is most often found where there are More »

Heart Research Confirms Pet Lover’s Intuition

The scientific evidence of the benefits created by our mutual sharing of love with our pets has been studied and proven by the HeartMath Institute. More »

Dietary Supplements for Pets – Part II

In all probability, the majority of dry skin, ear infections, hair loss, itchiness, and so forth are the result of an underlying allergy. In these cases, it isn’t a matter of something More »

Crate Training: The Good, The Bad & The Unexpected Consequences

Crate training is training your puppy or dog to comfortably enter and remain in a crate for a period of time. Dogs should easily enter into the crate without being forced. Once More »

Learning From and About Horses Should Never End

No matter how much experience they have, it’s pretty important for every equine-assisted professional to take a step back from anything and everything he or she has ever learned about horses, and More »

Summer Time, Fun Time, Kitten Time

Now through July 4th, special Kitten adoption days from FUR of WNC. Socialized, playful kittens are available for adoption for only $35. Kittens are vaccinated, spayed/neutered and micro chipped. Make appointment to visit FUR’s cat sanctuary online at furofwnc.org, by emailing furofwnc1@gmail.com or calling 1-884-888-CATS(2287).

Area canine clubs again host May, June events

The Blue Ridge Agility Club (BRAC) will combine with the Hendersonville Kennel Club (HKC) and the Spartanburg Kennel Club (SKC) to again host the Blue Ridge Classic of the Carolinas on Friday, May 25 through Monday, May 28, Memorial Day weekend.

Dietary Supplements for Pets – Part II

In all probability, the majority of dry skin, ear infections, hair loss, itchiness, and so forth are the result of an underlying allergy. In these cases, it isn’t a matter of something the dog or cat isn’t getting, but rather something they are getting (through diet, flea bites, contact, or inhalation) but to which they have an intolerance or allergic reaction.