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Home Remedy for Acid Reflux…

23rd November 2011
When the acid in the blood increases, it affects the digestive system in the body and leads to the condition of acidity. The acid reflux is generally known as distress, pain and heartburn acid. When the stomach acid travels with saliva into the th... Read >
Author: lauralees

Arden Grange A Top Premium Dog Food

21st September 2010
The Arden Grange Dog Food is one of the best dog foods available today. They have a great balance of proteins, carbohydrates and fat which will make your dog feel full of energy and happier than ever before. If you love your pet the way you say you do... Read >
Author: Mark pet lover Stimpson

Overfeeding Your Pet: Accidental Animal Abuse

14th September 2010
There is a type of animal abuse that is prevalent amongst many different kinds of pet owners: overfeeding. When you hear the term "abuse" you tend to think of beating your animal or underfeeding, but indeed overfeeding your animal can lead to health probl... Read >
Author: NickMarr

How to go for the best quality of food for French bulldog puppies

26th February 2010
In broad the finest food to nourish a puppy is to be a top quality brand dry food. French bulldog puppies would generally need to have one time semi-moist food, or even double time in order to as much can food to obtain the equal nutritional level which i... Read >
Author: John david

The Dirty Water Bowl Cat Tales

27th October 2009
This is actually something many pet owners do not bother asking. It takes the concerned owners to stand up and ask. The Simple Answer This is very simple to answer. We all know that an animal needs fresh water daily to make sure that it remains health... Read >
Author: Daniel P. Martin

Cat Food For Urinary Health: Prevention vs Treatment for Feline UTI

25th September 2009
Feline urinary tract infections are on the rise. They can be treated, but better yet, they can be prevented. One of the most common reasons for Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) is the food your cat eats. A diet that's low in protein, and too car... Read >
Author: Susan Livingstone

Are Blueberries Safe for Dogs?

10th November 2008
Answer: Yes, blueberries are definitely safe for dogs in general. Blueberries make a great natural treat for dogs. Because they are a good natural source of nutrients, it's far better to give your dog blueberries than to give him processed treats and ... Read >
Author: dwaser

Feeding Ragdoll Cats & Kittens

10th June 2007
In general cat food can be classified into dry, moist, and semi-moist foods. Each one has its advantages, and Ragdolls require various kinds of food at different stages. Kittens need on the whole breast milk and moist food, while adults require more prote... Read >
Author: Drew Pilton

How to Wean a Bottle Fed Kitten

29th November 2005
A common problem with new kitten owners is knowing when to start the weaning process, First off, a kitten needs milk during the first four to five weeks of age so it's usually not a good idea to start before week four. It is important to be patient!... Read >
Author: Mike Taylor

Cats Need Wet Food

18th November 2005
By Beth Taylor and Steve BrownThe natural diet of cats is meat.Cats are meat eaters, designed to thrive on a wide variety of small prey animals, eaten fresh and whole. Their natural diet is high in water and protein, with a moderate amount of fat, and a v... Read >
Author: Joseph Mercola
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