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Throughout normal activity and play within the home, a dog may not realize the paw and nail got caught on something. When the dog pulls to get away, panic and fear sets in. As a result, the pulling may either tear or break the dog's nail partially or completely off. You need to know what to do if your dog gets a torn nail and damage to the toe.
Published by Susan Lee 69 months ago in Pet Health | +4 votes | 3 comments
How much does it cost to get a pet cloned? Can I clone my dog? Can I clone my cat? What was the first pet to be cloned? Will cloned pets look like the original pet? Do cloned pets behave like the original pet that they were cloned from? Have people cloned cats? Have people really cloned dogs? Should we really be cloning pets?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 69 months ago in Pet Health | +6 votes | 4 comments
Guinea pigs are great pets for children and adults, and they are easy to keep and breed. However, common illnesses such as diarrhoea, worms, lice and teeth problems may shorten the life of the guinea pig if they are unnoticed or untreated. Professional veterinary advice is always recommended if you notice abnormal behaviour by the guinea pig.
Published by Braden Galea 69 months ago in Pet Health | +2 votes | 1 comments
People often question about a dog's eyesight and how it compares to a human's. Do they see in color and what is their sight perception? What types of conditions affect dogs are are they similar to ours. Learn the way a dog sees things and the most common conditions affecting pets.
Published by Susan Lee 69 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 1 comments
Dental and oral care is of utmost importance for your dog. Without taking preventative measures, your dog's teeth and gums need regular maintenance in order to ward off periodontal disease. Be sure to brush your dog's teeth regularly and follow the advice and help of your vet so your dog does not suffer in more ways than just the mouth.
Published by Susan Lee 69 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 1 comments
It is normal for cats to constantly lick and groom themselves. This process of licking excessively causes your cat to swallow much of their hair which develops into hairballs in the intestines and stomach. There are steps that you can follow to help ward off hairballs as well as find relief for your affected cat.
Published by Susan Lee 69 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 1 comments
Dogs just as humans go through the aging process and get slower over time. Many senior dogs experience dementia with a loss of cognitive abilities. You try as much as you can to make life comfortable and happy for your aging dog. There is a new diet that claims to rediscover your dog's youth while experiencing dementia.
Published by Susan Lee 69 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 2 comments
Learn these quick tips on amputation of a pet's limb from surgery, expenses, post surgery expectations and diet and exercise.
Published by Debbie Edwards 69 months ago in Pet Health | +5 votes | 4 comments
As a dog owner, there will be times when your dog could get seriously ill or hurt. You need to know when the situation is an emergency and reach out for help or know what to do to save your dog's life. Have an emergency kit and numbers on hand and learn the Heimlich Maneuver in order to safe your dog.
Published by Susan Lee 69 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 2 comments
Anemia in dogs can be a serious condition. Be aware of the signs and symptoms so you can help your dog with anemic conditions.
Published by Susan Lee 70 months ago in Pet Health | +2 votes | 1 comments
Thiamine deficiency and vitamin toxicity is a concern for most pet parents. When it comes to your dogs and cats, provide them with a well balanced diet which provides all necessary vitamins and nutrients without a fear of vitamin toxicity or thiamine deficiency.
Published by Susan Lee 70 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 1 comments
A puppy can have a problem with urination in the home but as an adult dog does grow out of it. Some dogs that are shy and timid and many female dogs can have an ongoing problem with submissive urination but do grow out of it.
Published by Susan Lee 70 months ago in Pet Health | +2 votes | 1 comments
It is never good advice to give your dog over the counter medications without veterinary recommendation. Mixing medications can cause you to over-medicate your dog
Published by Susan Lee 70 months ago in Pet Health | +3 votes | 1 comments
Fleas can be a nuisance for dogs and cats. Many products are available to kill and prevent flea infestation and the pour-on or spot-on flea medications are popular and effective for your dogs and cats.
Published by Susan Lee 70 months ago in Pet Health | +2 votes | 0 comments
What are the causes of UTI in dogs? What causes a UTI in cats? What is a UTI? What causes urinary tract infections in cats? What causes urinary tract infections in dogs? How to prevent urinary tract infections in pets. Prevention of UTI in pets. Why do pets get urinary tract infections? Can my cat get a urinary tract infection? Do dogs get urinary tract infections?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 70 months ago in Pet Health | +5 votes | 2 comments
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