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Pink eye in cattle

How to Care for Pink Eye in Cattle

By JenniferR / July 29, 2020

Do you own cattle? Have you noticed an outbreak of pink eye among them? Even if you notice a single cow or calf with pink eye, you need to address this problem right away. Pink eye spreads fast among cattle, so the sooner you act on pink eye in your cattle, the better off you’ll…

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Backyard Chickens

Thinking about backyard chickens as your next pet? What you need to know before bringing them home…

By Brenda McCullers / July 22, 2020

Chickens are growing in popularity as the new backyard family pet. If you don’t already know someone with backyard chickens, sooner or later you will. According to Brinkley and Kingsley (2016), “over 13 million Americans are flocking to the backyard poultry scene.” In addition, U.S. cities are jumping on board and developing regulations to allow…

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What table foods are bad for dogs?

What table foods are bad for dogs?

By Brenda McCullers / July 17, 2020

What table foods are bad for dogs? In general, you shouldn’t feed your dog food from the table at all. But, if you are set on slipping them little bites of food, you need to know what could harm them. And, if you have a lot of people in your house, everyone needs to be aware…

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Poisonous plants for dogs and cats

Poisonous Plants for dogs and cats

By Brenda McCullers / July 16, 2020

Poisonous plants for dogs and cats are all around us Poisonous plants for dogs and cats are all around us. Common house and landscape plants can contain cardiac poisons, liver toxins, lung toxins, and nervous system poison. Below is a list of plants that can be potentially dangerous for your companion pets. Thus, if you…

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Protecting Cattle from Pink Eye

Protecting Cattle from Pink Eye – 3 Tips you need to know

By Brenda McCullers / July 1, 2020

Fly season is just around the corner. If you have cattle, you know flies can create a major problem with pink eye and protecting cattle from pink eye can be difficult. Face flies are attracted to the excessive tearing that occurs at the onset of this very contagious infection. As the face flies travel from…

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Curicyn helping animals

We believe in helping animals

By Brenda McCullers / June 29, 2020

Curicyn to the Rescue At Curicyn, we believe in helping animals get back to optimal health. We are also on a mission to make the world a better place. That means taking action and using our brand as a springboard to create waves of positive change. That is why we partner with animal shelters, rescues, and…

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Curicyn Pink Eye Solution

By Brenda McCullers / May 29, 2020

Got livestock pink eye? We have the answer, Curicyn Pink Eye Solution, a gel-based product that specifically addresses Pink Eye and its effects. It is fast-acting, easy to use, non-invasive, and requires only 1 to 2 applications. And it helps promote healing in 1-3 days. The product is perfect for livestock, equine, goats, sheep, swine, companion pets, and more. Don’t believe us? Here is just a sampling of the feedback we are getting from ranchers that have already used this product.

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How to clean your dog's ears

How to clean your dog’s ears

By Brenda McCullers / February 11, 2020

How to clean your dog’s ears is something every dog owner should know. Why? Because ear problems are a common reason for dog owners to visit the veterinarian.

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Curicyn Hot Spot Solution

How to take care of Hot Spots on Dogs

By Brenda McCullers / January 24, 2020

Hot spots on dogs are a common skin condition. Curicyn Hot Spot Formula helps promote rapid healing on hot spots, lick granuloma, and other skin disorders. 3 oz twist open dropper bottle $9.99

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Ringworm in animals

How to take care of Ringworm on animals

By Brenda McCullers / January 15, 2020

Curicyn Original Formula or Curicyn Wound Care Clay can be used to promote rapid healing on animals with ringworm. It is easy to apply, and does not sting or burn the animal.

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