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Amelogenesis Imperfecta, what Causes it

11th February 2010
The Amelogenesis imperfecta comprises a group of complicated conditions that show abnormal development in the structure of enamel in the absence of a systemic change. There are at least 14 different subtypes of hereditary amelogenesis imperfecta, with ... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

MICE REPELLENT SPRAY

22nd January 2010
The rats and mice make a lot of problems in our houses and around our surroundings. These rodents can easily get into each and every corner of the houses. These rodents mostly like to live inside the houses as they get all their sufficient necessities fro... Read >
Author: buyscram

Heres everything you should know about tarantula tattoo designs before getting one

14th December 2009
Ok so the days of tarantulas scaring people have now long gone at least for some of us you say. Tarantula tattoo designs are now quite popular and will continue to grow in popularity due to the exotic pet trade which has grown the tarantula pet trade and ... Read >
Author: Jennifer Jackson

Remedies of Ringworm

01st December 2009
Ringworm is a common infection on the scalp, skin or nails caused by fungi. This fungal infection is commonly attributed with the fungal organisms known as the dermatophytes. These are commonly found on the soil, which can easily make contact to different... Read >
Author: harryjackson9

Should Your Golden Retriever Eat People Food?

07th September 2009
A lot of people wonder what type of human food they should feed their Golden. Even though many prefer to stick with dog food and only dog food, there are certain types of human food that Golden Retrievers love - and is actually good for them. Golden's cra... Read >
Author: Raul Levine

Most Common Mistakes When Buying A Chinchilla

17th August 2009
It is very difficult to maintain exotic pets most especially when you compare them to a dog or a cat. Dogs and cats need not a lot of attention when it comes to the proper care as you would normally have to do with a chinchilla. Also, the maintenance of C... Read >
Author: jimmendez0529

Lhasa Apso Training - Warning - The Important Facts!

01st August 2009
A Lhasa Apso dog is a wonderful companion and certainly an extremely important member of the family. They give unconditional love and expect nothing in return but your love and attention. We can certainly learn a lot from our dogs can't we? Your pet... Read >
Author: Troy Wade

Strange laws around the world

11th July 2009
There are many strange laws still in operation around the world. Most are no longer enforced, but technically you could be prosecuted if you break the following laws. IN THE UNITED STATES • In Ohio it is illegal to get a fish drunk. • I... Read >
Author: amnorge

Is There A Chigger Treatment For Pets?

13th May 2009
Are Your Pets In Need of A Chigger Treatment?I have been searching of the ultimate chigger treatment for a long long time. I have ve been the victim of so many chigger attacks I feel like I must have "chigger bait" written on me somewhere and those silly ... Read >
Author: Justin Case

Why Mini Lop Baby Rabbits Make Good House Rabbits

17th April 2009
Whether you've never owned any type of animal before or have never even considered having a bunny as a house pet, you may be pleasantly surprised to learn that mini lop baby rabbits make excellent house pets for a number of different reasons. Why Are M... Read >
Author: Amanda

The Neutering Issue: A Review of the Western Countries

11th March 2009
Many citizens defend the right to spay or neuter their pet at their discretion, but for some people that choice may be taken away from them. In some English speaking countries the pet overpopulation problem is so bad that various governments are talking a... Read >
Author: Ron Ayalon

Acute Renal Kidney Failure in Dogs

22nd January 2009
Acute renal failure or ARF is characterized by a rapid onset of renal insufficiency/failure, reduction in glomerular filtration rate and renal plasma flow, and the clinical and biochemical aftermath of the excretory failure. This is a serious form of ki... Read >
Author: hannah

8 Types of Cancer in English Bulldogs By Nightingale Bullies

06th April 2008
We all have questions and concerns about our pets. This article is about cancer in dogs and hopefully answers any pet health questions you may have.1. Skin - Skin tumors are very common in older dogs, but much less common in cats. Most skin tumors in cats... Read >
Author: Nightingale Bullies

A Dwarf Rabbit

20th April 2007
Here is everything you need to now about a dwarf rabbit . My bunny is a Polish Dwarf rabbit. He is tiny and about 3 pounds. The Polish Dwarf rabbit I believe has developed in England in the 1800s. Some experts believe that the name does not refer to the c... Read >
Author: diniana

Probiotics for Cats and Dogs

09th April 2007
Bacterially speaking, it's a mean cruel world. More cats and dogs are on medication then ever before. Why? The short answer is domestication. Breeding wild dogs and cats to accept living with humans is not the problem, domesticating their diet is! To ... Read >
Author: Robert Hart
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