Tips for purchasing optics AND caring for your pets during peak tick season

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Back by popular demand – Paul Neess.   Paul will give us some tips on purchasing optics – which includes scopes, rangefinders, binoculars, etc.  And we will discuss what is new in the Vortex Optics line .   Vortex is one of our valued sponsors and we use these products and are believers in these products.    Check out Vortex Optics at:


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And another back by popular demand, Dr. Joe Kelley DVM,  to tell us how to help our pets during fall, the peak tick season.  We will talk about preventing tick bites, what to watch for and what to do if you suspect a tick bite.

From the CDC website:   “Dogs are very susceptible to tick bites and tick-borne diseases. Vaccines are not available for all the tickborne diseases that dogs can get, and they don’t keep the dogs from bringing ticks into your home. For these reasons, it’s important to use a tick preventive product on your dog.

Tick bites on dogs may be hard to detect. Signs of tick-borne disease may not appear for 7-21 days or longer after a tick bite, so watch your dog or cat closely for changes in behavior or appetite if you suspect that your pet has been bitten by a tick.”