Why Flea Prevention is Important

Why Flea Prevention is Important

Fleas are annoying for both you and your dog. This is why it’s essential to take the threat of fleas seriously and make sure you have preventative measures in place so that they never become a problem. Dogs can pick up fleas from outside and other animals. Once a flea has decided to make your dog its host, the issue can grow exponentially. One flea can lay a couple of thousand eggs, which hatch within ten days. These get transferred to different surfaces anytime your dog lays down or shakes – which means that fleas aren’t just present on your dog, but everywhere in your home and yard.

What is Wildlife Telemetry?

What is Wildlife Telemetry?

Wildlife Telemetry is when scientists place devices on wild animals to track their movements and behaviors. The information gathered from doing this helps us get a better understanding of a species’ behavior, their migratory patterns, where they spend most of their time, etc. This can help us make better decisions regarding their habitat – a good example is whether or not we can thin part of a forest to help against wildfires without hurting a species that lives there.

Canine Deep Dive: Golden Retrievers

Canine Deep Dive: Golden Retrievers

These dogs were originally bred for retrieving for hunters. This history means they are the kind of dog that loves having a job to do and needs a decent amount of exercise to keep them happy. Walking, jogging, fetch, or dog sports like agility will keep them happy and focused.

They are Golden Retrievers.

What is Carrying Capacity?

What is Carrying Capacity?

It’s the balance between wildlife and the resources their habitats provide. It is defined as, “the average population density…of a species below which its numbers tend to increase and above which its numbers tend to decrease because of shortages of resources.”

And it’s balance is essential to healthy ecosystems.