Advantage Flea ControlWritten by Mark Woodcock
As a pet owner I'm sure you'd be frustrated at sight of your pet scratching and suffering from fleas. If you look into veterinary arsenal you will see that there are a number of products that help you fight war against fleas. Of all these products, nothing kills fleas faster than Advantage which is a topical solution containing imidacloprid. As in popular commercials with singing pets, Advantage keeps your dog or cat flea free and therefore happy. In fact, because Advantage kills fleas so well, it has been referred to as flea specialist.
Advantage should be THE weapon of choice for all pet owners in battle against fleas. Veterinarians and pet owners alike trust Advantage, and in turn have made it most preferred flea control product in United States, for one reason and one reason only, it kills fleas fast.
Advantage has label claim that it kills 98-100 percent of fleas within 12 hours. Advantage also kills 100 per cent of re-infesting fleas within two hours. Advantage destroys nerves and muscles of flea within 10 to 25 minutes and within hour all fleas will be dead. Advantage is a topical solution which localizes lipid layer of skin on animal where it remains effective even after bathing or repeated water exposure.
Furry & Feathered Friends In Need Of HelpWritten by Melody Schubert
Many animals fortunate enough to have owners are provided shelter from frigid temperatures outdoors, which have dropped so low recently. Those animals which are homeless may find a caring resident in community who will take them in or set food out. Others find shelter from brutal temperatures wherever they can. Winters icy grip may last for several more weeks, but community has reached out with warmth and compassion to help care for some furry & feathered friends.
A caring family in our community offered homeless animals shelter and food, but task of caring for so many animals can be an overwhelming responsibility. Although Morgan County Humane Society faces this fact each day, they offered their assistance.
In Martinsville, Indiana, The Morgan County Humane Society faced a critical situation, but not alone. Residents in community came out to offer their help and financial support when shelter took in 68 dogs and 23 cats. People brought food, blankets, while other residents offered to be foster homes for animals until their adoptions could be arranged. Area Veterinarians also provided examinations for animals, some of which needed medical attention. During this time Morgan County Humane Society also arranged shelter for 10 birds, 1 horse, 2 miniature horses, and 3 ponies. Each year local shelter cares for hundreds of dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens until they're adopted.
The staff makes arrangements for animals to receive medical attention, including spaying and neutering to prevent overpopulation in our community. They also feed, groom, and keep kennels and cages clean, among other daily chores. Caring for so many animals is a constant challenge for staff. Those in community who have volunteered their time and donations to assist shelter are greatly appreciated. With all animals taken in daily though more help is still needed.