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Choosing a Puppy

Random thoughts in my head.

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Health and You: Influenza

According to Richter, influenza commonly referred to as the flu, is an infectious disease caused by RNA viruses of the family Orthomyoviridae, that affects birds and mammals.

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Symmetrical Lupoid Onychodystrophy (SLO)

This is a disorder among dogs, and must be treated as a disorder not an infection.

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How to Treat Ear Mites in Your Pet

Ear canal mites (otodectes cynotis) are common to the majority of pets – especially strays. Signs and symptoms include damaging, shaking from the head along with a reddish brown or even black waxy buildup in the ears. Right here are a couple of steps to help you relieve your four-legged friend of ear canal mites.

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How to Detect and Treat a Snakebite on a Dog

Similar to humans, snakebites in dogs are usually serious and also need immediate treatment. Some tips about what to do should your dog is actually bitten.

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How to Care for an Aging Dog

Dogs set out to show signals of growing old anywhere in between six along with 13 several years. An more aged dog requires special proper care and focus.

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Vitamin D3 for Dogs

Most owners want assurance that they’re feeding their own dog the best diet doable. Good wellness is depending on proper nutrition. At this time there are certain nutritional supplements that puppies need to keep healthy; vitamin D3 can be one your pet dog needs.

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How to Dissolve Bladder Stones in a Dog

Bladder pebbles are small, calcified build up from urine in the bladder. When they occur inside dogs, they are more inclined to affect female dogs and smaller breeds. Bladder pebbles in themselves are certainly not a issue. However, large bladder pebbles can block urine by being expelled through the body and cause infections. They can also be quite painful to your dog. Bladder stones should be either passed from the urinary system or surgically removed.

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How to Protect and Quarantine Your Pets From Symptoms of Rabies

The next thing you need to do is to make sure that you control your pets. Keep other cats or dogs away from your pet to reduce the risk of getting infected. This is especially true for stray animals because they may not be properly cared for or may not have been vaccinated regularly. It is also advisable to immediately inform animal control if you find stray animals in your neighborhood. These animals may not be vaccinated or may be currently ill.

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Do You Have a Dog? This What You Should Not Feed Him( Part One)

We love our dogs! I am crazy about my husky
but this is some elements of what they should not Eat.

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