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July 01, 2020

Curbside Veterinary Care for Small Mammals

Curbside Veterinary Care for Small Mammals
Like it or not, COVID-19 has altered the way most of us conduct our day-to-day lives. As a devoted pet parent, one of the unexpected changes you may encounter is the necessity for curbside veterinary care. ... Read More

June 19, 2020

How We’re Addressing Systemic Racism and Social Injustice

How We’re Addressing Systemic Racism and Social Injustice
The brutal death of George Perry Floyd Jr. and the ensuing protests and social unrest is forcing all of us to confront some terrible, heartbreaking truths that exist in our society. Oxbow Animal Health unequivocally stands in solidarity with the courageous voices calling for an end to systemic racism and injustice. This reckoning in America has driven us to do some soul-searching and truth-seeking about diversity and inclusion at Oxbow. As a company, we have always striven to do the right thing. ... Read More

June 16, 2020

Get To Know Our Hay Experts - Jaren Rief, Forage Research & Sourcing Manager

Get To Know Our Hay Experts - Jaren Rief, Forage Research & Sourcing Manager
Have you ever wanted to meet the experts behind the Oxbow hay you purchase for your pets? Let's get to know Jaren Rief, Oxbow's Forage Research & Sourcing Manager!... Read More

June 16, 2020

Pet of the Month June 2020

Pet of the Month June 2020
Congratulations to our Pet of the Week, Lana! This one-year-old rat loves Essentials Adult Rat Food and exploring in her pet parents’ closets! Thanks for being a fan, Lana.... Read More

June 15, 2020

The Inside Scoop on Guinea Pig and Chinchilla Poops

The Inside Scoop on Guinea Pig and Chinchilla Poops
Did you know that guinea pigs and chinchillas produce two different types of poops? Have you ever wondered how these poops are made? Join Oxbow's Vice President of Technical Services & Research, Dr. Micah Kohles, for a fascinating animated exploration of hindgut fermentation in these favorite small pet species.... Read More

June 08, 2020

Toxic Plants and Small Mammals

Toxic Plants and Small Mammals
In a safe environment, small mammals are naturally quite inquisitive. Pair that instinctual curiosity with a set of continuously growing teeth and it’s a recipe for chewing on everything they can reach. Whether indoors or out, any environment you introduce your pet to should first be thoroughly inspected and free from any items you don’t want them getting into, especially things that could cause harm like toxic plants. ... Read More

June 08, 2020

The Inside Scoop on Rabbit Poops

The Inside Scoop on Rabbit Poops
Have you ever wondered how your rabbit’s digestive system works and what you can do to keep it healthy? Join Dr. Micah Kohles of Oxbow Animal Health for an animated exploration of hindgut fermentation in rabbits.... Read More

June 03, 2020

Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHDV2) Updates - June 3, 2020

Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHDV2) Updates - June 3, 2020
Join Dr. Micah Kohles of Oxbow Animal Health as he provides updates and information on Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RHDV2). ... Read More

June 01, 2020

Antioxidants and Their Role in Pet Health

Antioxidants and Their Role in Pet Health
Antioxidants have been a buzzword in the human health world for quite some time now. For years, human doctors and nutritionists have been touting the antioxidative benefits of a diet rich in leafy greens and veggies; More recently, antioxidants have gained popularity in the pet food aisle as well. But, what exactly are antioxidants and how are they beneficial to our pets (and us)? ... Read More

June 01, 2020

Wellness Exam Checklist

Wellness Exam Checklist
With everything going on in the world, many pet parents have been spending considerably more time at home over the past few months. While humans are rather divided on the topic, most of our furry ... Read More

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