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It is said that humans and animals can survive a long time without nourishment from food but dehydration is a major and sometimes fatal results. Your dog can do without a lot of things but it is important that it drinks ample amounts of water regularly. Learn some of the necessary ways to encourage your dog to drink ample amounts of clean, fresh water daily.
Published by Susan Lee 85 months ago in Pet Health | +2 votes | 1 comments
You want to provide your dog all the necessities in life for a long, healthy and happy life. Although material things are necessary for comfort and a good diet important for the nutritional well-being of your dog, there are other ways to provide your dog a happy life and home. Learn some other tips advisable to make for a happy dog.
Published by Susan Lee 85 months ago in Pet Health | +2 votes | 0 comments
Most of us have had a mild winter and early spring. The changes in the weather has been unseasonable. Although you look forward to the beauty of spring and summer, with everything in bloom, you need to keep in mind that the parasites will be a huge problem and cause for concern. The mild weather brought forth the perfect breeding for fleas and other parasites. Learn what you need and should do to control fleas and flea problems on your dog and in your home and yard.
Published by Susan Lee 85 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
There are several ways that a cat or dog can get worms. They can get them from going outside and eating grass. They can get worms from being around another pet or animal that has worms, or from eating raw meat. Treatment is simple. There are many different types of cat and dog parasites.
Published by Samantha Thompson 86 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Heartworm can be fatal for a dog and is extremely prevalent this year due to the unseasonably warm weather. Spring time is when you need to consider your options for the protection of your dog. Various products are available in chewable pill form, topical as well as the newest injectable heartworm preventative. Speak with your veterinarian about the options and learn what may be the best way to protect your dog from this potentially deadly disease.
Published by Susan Lee 86 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
One of the most important decisions you have to make when you get a new dog or cat. Cost is always an important aspect in your choice although your pet's health should be the main concern. There are pros and cons in food choices as well - should you choose a dry food or canned food. Learn some of the main reasons to choose one over the other and make an educated decision in the best interest of your pet.
Published by Susan Lee 86 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
Autoimmune disorders in dogs tend to affect animals when they are very young or are approaching middle age. These illnesses are though to have a wide variety of triggers. Researchers think that environmental factors such as pollutants, household cleaning chemicals and preservatives in pet food may contribute to this kind of illness.
Published by Sharifa Sanderson 86 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
What is Lyme disease in dogs? What are the symptoms of Lyme disease? How to cure a dog with Lyme disease? How to prevent dogs from getting Lyme disease? Can I catch Lyme disease from my dog? Learn more about Lyme disease, how it is spread, and how to prevent your dog from getting this disease.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 86 months ago in Pet Health | +5 votes | 1 comments
Vet Approved RX was founded by veterinarian Dr Barry Miller DVM who has been practising veterinary medicine for more than 10 years.He is the proud owner of a 9-year-old pug Benny who is often seen lying in the sun outside his clinic.Dr Miller's mission is to optimize his customers' ability to care for their pets needs by providing accessibility to an experienced and licensed veterinarian. Where his online animal pharmacy differs from others is Dr Miller actively supports his customers' own vete...
Published by Amanda Wilkins 87 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
Ear infections and conditions are very common in dogs. There are many reasons that a dog may be affected with an ear infection. One of the main contributors to ear infections is a build up of moisture, which can lead to bacterial, fungal and viral disorders. Learns some of the causes, signs and symptoms in canine ear infections and the treatment options.
Published by Susan Lee 87 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Not all games that are fun, safe and enjoyable for humans should be shared with our dogs. Paintball games are very popular with many families these days and goes beyond the paintball arenas and people involve their pets. Paint-balls can be debilitating to dogs, causing great pain and harm as well as the paint being toxic to your precious pets.
Published by Susan Lee 87 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
A human's body system and the dog's body system are totally different. What is safe for us may actually be life threatening for your pet. We may all enjoy chewing gum and regular gum may not be detrimental to your dog. However, a main ingredient in sugar-free gum, candies and other products known as Xylitol can be extremely toxic for your dog and should be avoided.
Published by Susan Lee 87 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
These high quality high fiber cat treats are able to give what most cats want, which is a comfortable way of enjoying things such as eating. You can use them to prevent digestive conditions or eliminate problems with your cat's breath and dental hygiene. It is highly recommended that you seek first an expert veterinarian for proper assessment and recommendations for your cat.
Published by Marky Chavez 87 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 0 comments
We sometimes see cats vomiting up collections of fur and wonder if this is a serious malady and if a natural cat hairball treatment is available as a remedy. Well, first of all, this occurrence among cats is common, particularly among furry creatures. It is also commonly observed among rabbits, and there are even isolated cases of hairballs occurring among humans, particularly young girls who have some health disorders.
Published by Marky Chavez 87 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
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