Although there is no cure for canine diabetes, if your dog suffers from the condition you can manage it with medication and special treatment. November is National Pet Diabetes Month, and we wanted to take time to share a few things you should know when it comes to monitoring your pet for signs of this growing canine disease.
The changing of seasons brings with it environmental allergens and irritants that can affect the eyes, nose, skin adn other body systems of both people and animals. Most companion canines and felines will be able to adapt to these seasonal changes. But, for those animals that are not quite able to self-adjust, pet owners must intervene with baths, conditioning rinses, eye/ear drops, or other medications and supplements to help our four-legged friends get through the season.
We’re excited to announce our newest team member, Tabitha Cromer, who joins us as marketing and product manager at Tomlyn. Tabitha has been in the marketing profession for more than 15 years. She brings a passion for and wide-ranging knowledge of marketing to Tomlyn from her previous experience working for a dog health product company, as well as others in California, Georgia and Alabama. We’re thrilled to welcome Tabitha to her new Texas home and hope you will take a moment to get to know her!