Halberts Pet Supply

Pet food and supplies We sell pet food, and supplies for dogs, cats, rabbits, birds, hamster, we do carry horse equipment to though! We have the largest supply of cattle wormers and vaccines.

We have the top named brands like Frontline plus, and Frontline top spot, Sentry, Fiproguard and, others. Good friendly knowledgeable staff members. Come on down and see us! Were waiting for you!

Operating as usual

Dog Blankets in stock

[12/31/18]   It is difficult watching our dogs age and slow down. This unique True Spirit® formulation combines hemp seed with active ingredients; creating a synergistic effect that supports joint function and the body’s normal response to inflammation.

HEMP SEED: Contains SDA and GLA that enhances healthy joint fluid viscosity.
OMEGA 3 FATTY ACIDS: From hemp seed, salmon and green lipped mussel, eases joint stiffness due to normal daily exercise and activity.
GREEN LIPPED MUSSEL: A New Zealand shellfish that’s known to help maintain cartilage and connective tissue.
CURCUMIN: Extracted from turmeric root to help remove damaging free-radicals and support a normal inflammatory response.
Hemp Seed Powder (500 mg)
Green Lipped Mussel Powder (150 mg)
Cold Pressed Hemp Seed Oil (100 mg)
Omega 3 (hemp seed, salmon & green lipped mussel) (35 mg)
Curcumin (from turmeric root extract) (33 mg)
Peas, chickpeas, sweet potato, honey, cane molasses, gelatin, coconut oil, sea salt, calcium lactate, distilled vinegar, natural flavor, lactic acid, citric acid, natural preservatives.

[12/31/18]   Holiday hours
Monday 31st
Tuesday Closed for New Years Day

[11/01/18]   LOTS OF PET BEDS All types

[10/31/18]   Just in a huge shippment of pet beds .From $9.95 to $39.95
Some are round ,Rectangle and couch style

[07/31/18]   Note a Change to Saturday Hours thru the summer will be 8 am-1:30 pm .sorry for any inconvenience

[07/19/18]   Please Keep all animals Hydrated during this extreme heat.And off the hot pavement . Be safe stay in shade or Air conditioning.

[07/19/18]   We will be closing early Saturday at Noon 7-21-18.We have a funeral to attend.Thanks for understanding

[07/10/18]   Giving Pink Eye the Stink EyepetMD Logo
by Dr. Anna O'Brien
With summer in full swing comes the usual veterinary problems in a large animal clinic: lacerations on horse legs, over-heated alpacas, warts on show calves, hoof rot in sheep, and a lot of pink eye in beef cattle. Let’s take a closer look at this common ophthalmologic issue in cows.

Pink eye in cattle, medically known as infectious bovine keratoconjunctivitis, is a contagious bacterial infection of the eye. Cattle pink eye is different from human pink eye, which, although usually infectious, is not highly contagious. Pink eye in cattle also looks clinically different and is usually much more severe than the disease in humans.

Pink eye in cattle is most commonly caused by a bacterium called Moraxella bovis. This crafty microbe uses tiny hair like structures called pili to attach to the white part, or the conjunctiva, of the eye and cause damage. M. bovis is spread by flies, which feed on eye secretions and are a constant source of irritation to cattle in the summer months, providing the perfect recipe for eyeball infection.

Once introduced to the eye, M. bovis causes irritation and tearing. The first clinical sign of pink eye infection in cattle is an animal squinting. Very soon after initial infection, the cornea begins to cloud up and soon becomes completely white. An ulcer will form on the cornea and if not treated, can result in permanent blindness. Sometimes the damage to the eye is so severe, the eye itself will protrude from the socket.

Pink eye most commonly affects beef calves and in some herds can greatly affect productivity. The eye pain and subsequent stress that pink eye causes can result in profound weight loss, or lack of weigh gain, in beef calves, which is obviously a cause for concern for the farmer. For the health and well-being of the animal and the farmer’s bottom line, pink eye should be treated as quickly as possible.

One of the best ways to treat pink eye in cattle is a subconjunctival injection of antibiotics to kill the infection and steroids to help with the inflammation. This is where a steady hand, proper head restraint, and a non-queasy stomach really come in handy because subconjunctival means an injection directly into the white part (conjunctiva) of the eye. With the animal’s head held completely still in a chute, a needle is inserted just under the conjunctiva. The mix of antibiotics and steroid is then slowly and carefully injected so that a small bleb of medicine appears. Yes, this hurts the animal initially, but it works wonders. Many pink eye cases respond within a day or so.

Sometimes an intramuscular injection of antibiotics (often oxytetracycline) can also be used. I do this if the farm lacks proper facilities to restrain the animal for an eyeball poke (that’s a medical term, by the way).

If treated promptly, the cornea will clear up and sight will return. If corneal ulceration was severe, sometimes a small scar will remain on the eyeball. Cattle usually get pink eye only in one eye. If both eyes are infected, sometimes a calf will have to be penned to allow healing and sight to return.

Prevention is always better than the cure itself, and proper fly control is really the best way to go to keep pink eye from ravaging through a herd. Sometimes this is difficult, however, and other times it just seems like a farm has a really hot strain of M. bovis. Younger calves can be vaccinated against multiple strains of M. bovis and we recommend this if a particular farm has had issues in the past. Between vaccinations, fly control, and a good ol’ eyeball jab, we give the stink eye to pink eye in the summertime.

[07/10/18]   Pink eye in cattle, medically known as infectious bovine keratoconjunctivitis, is a contagious bacterial infection of the eye. ... Pink eye in cattle also looks clinically different and is usually much more severe than the disease in humans. Pink eye in cattle is most commonly caused by a bacterium called Moraxella bovis.

[07/10/18]   Lice are parasites that live on the skin of an affected dog. They are actually a small insect that feeds by chewing on the skin of the dog or by sucking the blood, depending on the type of louse. Left unchecked, they can grow to be an infestation on the dog’s body. Dog lice are not as common as dog fleas, and are most often seen in situations where sanitary practices are poor.

Symptoms and Types of Dog Lice

Symptoms seen in infested dogs include:

Excessive itchiness and scratching
A dry scruffy-looking coat
Hair loss, most often around the ears, neck, shoulders, groin, and rectal area
Anemia, particularly in puppies and small dogs and particularly with severe infestation

Causes of Dog Lice

There are two species of lice that infest dogs:

Trichodectes canis, known as a chewing louse; that is, it chews the skin of the dog it is infesting
Linognathus setosus, a sucking louse, one that sucks the blood of the dog instead of chewing the skin

Both types of lice can be passed directly from one dog to another through direct contact or through contact with contaminated objects, such as grooming utensils or bedding.

Lice are species-specific. They do not move from one species to another. That means that you cannot get lice from your dog nor can your dog get human specific lice from you.

Diagnosis of Dog Lice

Diagnosis is easily made by visually observing lice or their nits (eggs) in the hair. Adult lice are flat, six-legged insects with no wings. Nits can be seen attached to the individual hair shafts and appear as small white dots.

Treatment for Dog Lice

There are a wide variety of shampoos, as well as insecticidal sprays and powders that are effective in killing lice. In addition, products such as fipronil and selamectin can also be used. (They come in various brand names.) It may be necessary to treat your dog more than once to kill the developing nits as they hatch. Follow your veterinarian’s directions closely, as these products can be harsh on some dogs, especially puppies.

In cases where your dog’s fur is badly matted, it may be necessary to shave the fur to be sure of getting to the deeper lice and their nits.

To prevent reinfection, dispose of or wash all of your dog’s bedding, as well as thoroughly cleaning all of the places your dog spends time. Some items that cannot be laundered or washed down may be sealed tightly in plastic bags for a few weeks. Disinfect all grooming utensils and anything else your dog comes into contact with regularly, such as crates, and of course, all of the furniture, rugs, carpeting and hard floor.

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[05/31/18]   If ants are a problem try,Sulfur is a versatile chemical element that gardeners can use as a safe and nontoxic pesticide to control insects and diseases in plants. ... You can successfully reduce the number of ants infesting your lawn and plants by correctly applying sulfur.Sulfur is a versatile chemical element that gardeners can use as a safe and nontoxic pesticide to control insects and diseases in plants. Ants, for example, can quickly become problematic as they construct hills and mounds in your garden or lawn. If the hills are not dealt with, the ants may make their way into your home. You can successfully reduce the number of ants infesting your lawn and plants by correctly applying sulfurWait until the early morning when the wind is calm and the temperatures won’t reach 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Wear chemical-resistant rubber gloves, a dust mask and safety glasses. Sulfur is generally safe for use but can cause skin, eye and lung irritation. Wearing the proper protective clothing will help prevent the irritation.

Pour powdered sulfur dust into a garden duster. Apply the sulfur dust on top and around anthills until you have covered the area or lawn with a thin layer of sulfur dust.

Apply the sulfur dust to the topside and underside of leaves on ornamental plants infested with ants. One pound of the dust will treat about a 1,000 square foot area.

Repeat the treatment at seven- to 10-day intervals until you have controlled the ants..

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We just a New Supply of Large and med Dog Beds in stock!
And some new treats for Dogs (made in Oklahoma )

[05/25/18]   Memorial Weekend Hours
Saturday - 8-to noon
Sunday -- Closed
Monday -- Closed
Thanks and have great ,safe weekend !!

[05/25/18]   Memorial Weekend Hours
Saturday - 8-to noon
Sunday -- Closed
Monday -- Closed
Thanks and have great ,safe weekend !!

[05/23/18]   Memorial Weekend Hours
Saturday - 8-to noon
Sunday -- Closed
Monday -- Closed
Thanks and have great ,safe weekend !!

[04/30/18]   Thousands of dogs are infected annually with dangerous tick-transmitted diseases. Ticks are parasites that attach themselves to dogs, feed on blood and transmit diseases directly into the dog’s system. Major tick-borne diseases transmitted to dogs in the United States include:

• Lyme disease, which comes from the deer tick, can cause stiffness, lameness, swollen joints, loss of appetite, fever and fatigue. Your dog may not show signs of the disease until several months after infected.

• Canine Ehrlichiosis, found worldwide, is the most common and one of the most dangerous tick-borne disease organisms known to infect dogs. Caused by the brown dog tick, symptoms may not surface for months after transmission, and can include fever, loss of appetite, depression, weight loss, runny eyes and nose, nose bleeds and swollen limbs.

• Canine Anaplasmosis, also called dog fever or dog tick fever, is transmitted from the deer tick. Symptoms are similar to other tick diseases including fever, loss of appetite, stiff joints and lethargy, but also can include vomiting, diarrhea. In extreme cases, dogs may suffer seizures.

• Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever comes from the American dog tick, the wood tick and the lone star tick. Symptoms include fever, stiffness, neurological problems and skin lesions. Typically the illness lasts about two weeks, but serious cases could result in death.

• Canine Babesiosis is typically transmitted by the American dog tick and the brown dog tick. Causing anemia, symptoms may also include pale gums, weakness and vomiting.

• Canine Bartonellosis comes from the brown dog tick. Symptoms are intermittent lameness and fever. Left untreated, this disease can result in heart or liver disease.

• Canine Hepatozoonosis is thought to be transmitted by the brown dog tick and Gulf Coast ticks. Your dog can be infected if he eats one of these disease-carrying ticks. Symptoms are fever, runny eyes and nose, muscle pain and diarrhea with the presence of blood.

The key to curing tick-borne disease is early diagnosis and treatment. Several broad-spectrum antibiotics to treat tick-borne disease are generally effective, especially in the early stages of the disease. Since antibiotics don't differentiate "good" from "bad" bacteria, antibiotic treatment destroys beneficial bacteria, along with disease-causing organisms. You may therefore want to give your dog probiotics to avoid the development of gastrointestinal problems. Be sure to follow the treatment plan recommended by your veterinarian.

• The broad spectrum of possible symptoms associated with tick-borne diseases in dogs (including no symptoms) makes annual screening for tick disease a vital component of your pet’s annual veterinary exam. Tests are fast, with results while you wait.

• Numerous products and medications to prevent ticks on your dog are available both over the counter and from your veterinarian. Some veterinarians suggest a tick collar and and/or a preventative vaccination. No method offers 100 percent protection.

• Field dogs are especially vulnerable to tick-borne diseases because of time spent in tick-infested environments. Owners should therefore be diligent about applying topical or systemic tick-control treatments before outings.

• If the worst happens and you see scores of ticks crawling the walls inside your house, call a professional exterminator and move out for a while to let them work and allow the chemicals time to dissipate before you move back in.

• If you live in an environment with a high tick population, success has been reported with dry ice tick traps. Inexpensive and easy to construct, you need a Styrofoam-covered ice bucket or small cooler, a tool to punch holes in the Styrofoam, up to two pounds of dry ice, a piece of ply board or heavy cardboard, and masking tape. Begin by punching four tiny holes in the Styrofoam container to allow the carbon dioxide vapors from the dry ice to draw ticks. Place the container on the ply board or heavy cardboard. Place strips of masking tape to cover the board with the sticky side of the tape facing up. Add dry ice to the container, cover, and place the trap in a tick prone area. Ticks will begin moving toward the carbon dioxide emitting dry ice and become trapped on the masking tape.

• Check your dog for ticks daily during tick season: spring, summer and fall, or year-round in warmer climates. Brush your fingers through his fur, applying enough pressure to feel any small bumps. If you feel a bump, pull the fur apart to identify it. An embedded tick will vary in size, from a pinhead to a grape. Ticks are usually black or dark brown. Depending on the size and location of the tick, its legs may also be visible. Tick-borne disease can be transmitted within 3 - 6 hours of a tick bite.

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Dont forget to treat your yards with Killabug Yard Granules .Stop fleas and ticks now . Zymox Ear Solution $2:00 off Zymox Otic Enzymatic Solution for dogs and cats treats the external ear for acute and chronic inflammation caused by bacterial, viral, and yeast infections. Hydrocortisone provides relief from itching, inflammation, redness and swelling. It will not work if used with other topical ear medications or cleansers.

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Its time to put Serasto Collars on your pets ,8 month control of Fleas and Ticks.

[03/21/18]   Spring is coming !
Dont forget to Worm your Dogs and Cats .Also Ticks are out in force now so all pets need protection. and treat your yard. Ticks are caring lots of diseases that affect them and People.

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Zignature dog food 4lb Bag $2:00 off

Seresto Flea and Tick Collars with 8 month protection
for both Cats and Dogs.

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[01/11/18]   Heavy Duty Dog Blankets 600D
New Shipment many sizes in stock. Tough-1 600D Dog Blanket
Same great design as the Tough-1 horse blankets, this doggie blanket is has a 600 denier ripstop, waterproof poly outer shell. 210D nylon lining allows for breathability and shoulder gussets allow your pup freedom of movement.

210D Nylon lining
Shoulder gussets
Double buckle front closure
Adjustable belly wrap with quick grip closures
Cut out for tail
Item Specifications:
600D Ripstop Poly

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2675 W Martin Luther King Blvd
Fayetteville, AR

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Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
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Saturday 08:00 - 15:00
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