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Limping Canines Often Times have Dog Cruciate Ligament Injury

10th May 2011
For people with a limping dog, it truly is very disheartening trying to find out what is in fact triggering them to limp and where exactly the problem is. Often times, canine owners come up empty handed when they are touching their dogs to discover the pr... Read >
Author: Dr. James

How to choose the best rabbit hutches for your rabbits?

25th March 2011
Rabbits love to roam and explore they have endless space to do so in their natural habitat. So it is important to provide your rabbits with a rabbit hutch that gives enough living space so they can feel happy in their captive environment. Many people ... Read >
Author: alanbits

Tick Paralysis In Dogs - Note the Warning Signs

13th January 2011
It is caused by ticks which excrete a toxin that affects the nervous system of mammals, more specifically caused from female tick bites, and it can turn deadly if not treated. Tick bites often produce a flaccid paralysis, when they bite, which causes your... Read >
Author: rosibrot

Dog can't stand up or walk and having trouble raising

29th May 2010
Limb paralysis is a very common condition in dogs which can occur both in fore leg or hind leg, but more common in hind legs. Various reasons for hind limb paralysis are trauma due to accident or fall from height or fight among animals. Other common cause... Read >
Author: Innovation India

Alpine marmot

22nd January 2010
The Alpine marmot (Marmota marmota) is a widespread, especially in the alpine rodent. It is is the largest rodent occurring in Europe after the beaver. Young animals of the alpine marmot usually reach sexual maturity in their third year and then leave ear... Read >
Author: hribi123

Frog Control in Zimbabwe - Conduct Pest Portal Zimbabwe Now!!!

19th January 2010
General Frogs Facts Reproduction Frogs can lay up to 4,000 eggs at a time. Physical Their bones form a growth ring every year when the frog is hibernating; because of this scientists can count the rings and figure out the age of the frog. The bul... Read >
Author: portalHD

Ham Making Tips How To Make Ham

07th December 2009
Of the many available preserved meats, Ham is one of the easiest to make.  Ham has become one of the favorite dinner meats no doubt partly because of how easy it is to cook, serve and keep stored for future cooking opportunities.   Done cor... Read >
Author: HamMakingTips

Buy Cheap Steiff Antique Teddy Bears

23rd October 2009
Collectors of teddy bears fancy Antique Steiff Teddy Bears because of the history of the toys. It all started in 1877 when a Felt mail order company started in Giengen, Germany. They manufactured felt garments. Because of the success of the felt elepha... Read >
Author: Ricky K Lim

What Cause Front Leg Lameness on Dogs

08th July 2009
Dogs carry over 60 percent of their weight on their front legs, with their hind legs acting as accelerators. Their front legs are attached to the rest of his body by muscles with no collarbone, which provides for more flexibility. All this powerful equipm... Read >
Author: JonJG

Different Ways To Cook A Rabbit

04th April 2009
PREPARING A RABBIT FOR COOKING.--In order to prepare a rabbit for cooking, it must first be skinned and drawn, after which it may be cut up or left whole, depending on the cookery method that is to be followed. To skin a rabbit, first chop off the feet at... Read >
Author: Joseph Silva

Are Boxer Dogs Aggressive?

09th February 2009
You would imagine, looking at a Boxer, that they are a tough mean breed of dog that would be great for scaring (or even eating) the kids and anyone who happened to come within striking distance. Boxer Dogs have a stocky, powerful build with a mouth full o... Read >
Author: mattglad

Shih Tzu Difficult Wet Delivery

14th January 2006
While your Shih Tzu is doing her part with the delivery, you can gently but firmly grip the Shih Tzu puppy's sac with the aid of a towel or diaper. Hold the Shih Tzu puppy in a position of presentation to prevent it from being withdrawn back into the bi... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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