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These cat reactions to vaccinations may sound scary and it may discourage some cat owners to have their cats receive vaccinations, but always remember that the risks of giving your cat a vaccination is usually smaller than the risk you are putting your cat at by not giving it the vaccination. Existing or possible conditions or diseases pose a bigger threat to your cat than the effects of vaccinations, that is if you have properly consulted a veterinarian first.
Published by Marky Chavez 72 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Dogs have always been great for finishing table scraps or cleaning up food that has accidentally been spilled onto the floor. However, much of that food that is consumed by the dog should actually be reexamined to make sure that it may not be labeled on the list of ‘deadly foods and beverages that should not be given to dogs.’
Published by Alden Morris 72 months ago in Pet Health | +2 votes | 0 comments
When you think of the Queensland Heeler and Australian Shepherd you may thing all they are good for is herding cattle and sheep. This is not so and they both make great family dogs. They are loyal, intelligent and sometimes possesive. They are great with children and they will protect them at all costs. They love to play and go for rides.
Published by norlaw 72 months ago in Pet Health | +5 votes | 3 comments
When your dog is in pain of any sort, your immediate reaction is to find relief for that pet. Acupuncture and acupressure are natural holistic forms of treatment in order to find your dog relief from pain. Learn more information on the options of using acupuncture and acupressure as a more natural way to find pain relief for your dog, whether alone or in conjunction with a medial therapy from your vet.
Published by Susan Lee 72 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Cancer is an unwelcome monster in the lives of humans and animals alike. Dogs are often afflicted with a malignant form of cancer known as Lymphosarcoma. Learn the different classifications of lymphosarcoma in dogs affecting dogs, the various visible signs and symptoms and diagnostic needed in order to know help give your dog a better and longer quality of life.
Published by Susan Lee 72 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Everyone including our dogs get bruises from injuries and sometimes bleed as a result. However, if bleeding and bruising is evident as a more serious condition, there may be an underlying cause which should be addressed. Learn what some of those disorders are that can lead to a bleeding and bruising disorder so you can contact your veterinarian for a diagnosis and treatment.
Published by Susan Lee 232 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
When a dog has a thyroid deficiency it is not the end of the world for him. He can lead a very happy life if he gets regular veterinary check ups and takes his medication every day. When a dog has a thyroid deficiency it is very important that he gets his medication every day without fail. He will need to take it for the rest of his life.
Published by norlaw 72 months ago in Pet Health | +1 votes | 1 comments
Keeping your dog in good health is very important. You must pay attention to what you are feeding him. Some of the popular dog foods sold are not really healthy for your dog. Check the lable on the bag and make sure it has real meat and not by products and a lot of grains. Keep your dogs vacinations current and make sure he gets enough exercise and you should have a healthy and happy dog.
Published by norlaw 72 months ago in Pet Health | +0 votes | 0 comments
Pet owners should read the ingredient list on their pet's food. By-Products are commonly used as a cheap filler by many pet foods yet few pet owners know what by-products really are. A by-product is a waste product, something that would not be fed to humans. As such we should wonder what by products are doing in our pet's food.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 72 months ago in Pet Health | +10 votes | 9 comments
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