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Dealing with a Golden Retriever Pregnancy

20th October 2010
These days more and more people are breeding golden retrievers. This is because the dog’s fun, affectionate, loyal, and friendly features have encouraged a lot of consumers into actually owning one for their household. Golden retriever puppies are very sa... Read >
Author: Michael Corben

Shih Tzu Eating habits Problems - A Couple of Solutions

18th October 2010
With actually 1000's of pet meals brands and types accessible, determining on a Shih Tzu diet plan looks a issue. But it gets to be an even bigger issue if your pup or puppy refuses to consume. What can you do about Shih Tzu eating habits troubles?There a... Read >
Author: Israel Rowland

Proxy EFT Tapping

01st October 2010
Definition of Proxy Tapping Proxy Tapping is doing Emotional Freedom Techniques on behalf of other individuals, animals or things.. My kitty had an accident as a result of which he hurt his front leg and paw. After taking him to the vet, I did surrogat... Read >
Author: Coerdelion

Hip Dislocation In Older Dogs

30th September 2010
Hip dislocation is common in older dogs and can affect overall dog health. Hip dislocation basically stands for the separation of femoral head from pelvic acetabulum. The medical term for hip dislocation is called hip luxation. Hip dislocation is commo... Read >
Author: Mark pet lover Stimpson

Tri-Heart Plus

28th September 2010
The most fatal parasite that may attack your dog is the coronary heart worm because its larvae grows quick and these parasites cling towards the heart of your beloved pet. That's why most vets have always advised pet owners to create sure that they use th... Read >
Author: BryanADams Whitfield

The Types of Dog Muzzles

20th August 2010
A dog muzzle is a device that restricts the movements of a dog's mouth. Although giving a dog its freedom would seem like an act of kindness, there are instances when dog muzzles are necessary. In turn, such instances categorize the types of dog muzzles a... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

The Truth About Fading Puppy Syndrome

30th July 2010
Fading puppy syndrome is a serious pet health problem that if not taken care of can lead to the death of the puppy. There are some puppies who display poor dog health in spite of adequate intake of food. Some of the puppies suffer from different types ... Read >
Author: Mark pet lover Stimpson

Does My Dog Have Glaucoma?

03rd June 2010
While Glaucoma is an extremely serious illness, it doesn't usually happen in dogs too much. Most of the time blindness in dogs happens from an accident, although there are those moments when Glaucoma happens due to genetic issues. When genetics are the ca... Read >
Author: AnneMing

How To Know If Your Dog Is Happy

25th May 2010
If you are a dog person and enjoy the company and friendship that you have with your dogs, you probably want to do everything that you can to take care of them, and make sure that they are happy and healthy. Having a happy dog is a good sign that you are ... Read >
Author: trinidad walbrid

A lump on my dogs paw

21st May 2010
We noticed a small lump on the front foot of our dog a while ago. It was very small so we didn't take any notice of it and thought possibly she had been stung. After a few months it was apparent the lump had grown and so thought it best to visit the vet. ... Read >
Author: kayfrank

ArthroIonX

19th May 2010
ArthroIonx Pet Arthritis Review Think of trying ArthroIonx Pet Arthritis, read this review first. Does Arthro-Ionx Pet Arthritis Treatment Really Work? Is ArthroIonx Pet Arthritis Another Scam?If you are an animal lover who owns one or more pets, you know... Read >
Author: Erin Mathews

Taking a Quick Look at Typical Frontline Plus Aspect Effects

30th April 2010
The use of Frontline Plus is a must when it comes to fleas and ticks and it can be 1 of probably the most commonly prescribed medications for pets. Making use of fipronil and methoprene as primary ingredients, Frontline Plus' effectiveness in killing flea... Read >
Author: Aubrey Coleman

Cure Dog Allergies Naturally

20th April 2010
Our dogs are becoming more like us everyday. I am not sure if that is better for them.Because now more then ever dogs are suffering from allergies. The poor things are sneezing, coughing and itching just like us.Before you rush out to your vet or pet food... Read >
Author: Crystal Aldrich

UTI in Dogs Tips for a Healthy Dog

18th March 2010
UTI, or urinary tract infection, isn't something found only in humans. Dogs also get it, though females are more susceptible to it, due to the shorter urethra. Male dogs still get it, though it's rare.When UTI is in its first stages in a dog, it's usually... Read >
Author: AnneMing

Puppy Health - The Do's and Don't's

23rd February 2010
A puppy can be so adorable that you might take one back to your house before you realize what you're doing. Because you were, after all, seeing those cute puppy dog eyes, and not thinking too much about how you're going to look after him. Even though havi... Read >
Author: Wendy Owen
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