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How to Cure Your Dog's UTI, Not Just Treat it

08th January 2010
If you have a dog and he has ever had a UTI, you probably know that the problem is generally one that recurs. It's rare for a dog susceptible to UTIs just to get one infection in their lifetime. If your dog gets a UTI for the first time, brace yourself be... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Differences between Micro-chipping and GPS Pet Locators

22nd December 2009
Technology has changed every aspect of our lives and continues to do so at a rapid pace. In terms of looking after your beloved pets, it should come as no surprise that thanks to technological advancements today, you can now track them using sophisticated... Read >
Author: Chris Newton

Bottle Feeding Puppies

09th December 2009
There are many reasons you may find yourself in the unfortunate position of having to hand feed puppies. Large litters, eclampsia, mastitis, failure to accept pups and death of the mother to mention a few. I say unfortunate because no one should want to i... Read >
Author: deborah

Microchip Dog GPS or GPS Dog Collar?

19th October 2009
Dogs find themselves homeless for a variety of reasons. Sometimes those reasons are not the fault of themselves or their owners. Occasionally, unexpected, unpreventable events occur in life that results in loving family pets being dislocated from their ow... Read >
Author: Shawnsum1

Natural Remedies for Canine Diabetes

09th October 2009
You can bring your dog to the vet and get him a processed vaccine or something else that is supposed to help in the aid of diabetes. There are some people that still don't want their dog to suffer with this disease but they also don't want to put chemical... Read >
Author: CristianStan

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

When Your Leopard Gecko Get Sick...

10th August 2009
When you have a leopard gecko it can be very difficult to even realize that there is anything wrong with it, especially if you're not used to working very closely with it. However, there are some subtle signs that you need to watch out for, especially dur... Read >
Author: Jenson

What's it Like Being a Dog?

20th July 2009
They can't argue with their owner except by refusing to carry out his commands or, in worse cases, biting the person they disagree with. They can't speak so the vet can only examine a dog and give an opinion as to their state of health. A trainer may or m... Read >
Author: Lamar Deane

How to treat nail problems in cats

02nd July 2009
Like any other animal, cats also have nails and at times these small nails can cause diseases and damage pet health. It is hence always recommended that you should groom your cat and bathe him or her on a regular basis to keep his nails clean and also cut... Read >
Author: Thierry babineaux

Westies: How To Tape Flopy Ears

18th May 2009
Westies: How to Tape Puppy Floppy Ears Normally, your Westie pup's ears will stand up within 8 - 12 weeks, although it may rarely take up to six months for the cartilage to become strong enough to hold the ears up. Several years ago we had a Westie whose... Read >
Author: Thomas Broadhead

Canine Elbow Dysplasia

13th May 2009
Canine elbow dysplasia effects more than fifty large breed dogs. Over the years, evidence of these joint problems has increased, the exact cause is unknown, however, many practitioners have a theory that it could possibly be because of poor breeding pract... Read >
Author: Paula Snyder

Springtime Allergies: Dog Sneezing and Nasal Discharge!

05th May 2009
As you well know, Miss Chloe is still Queen at Down South Westies! However, our special Westies do get sick and a few days ago she began showing signs of sneezing. She has never had signs of allergy problems, so we assumed it was because of springtime pol... Read >
Author: Thomas Broadhead

Taking Care Of Your Dog's Paw

27th April 2009
Of course, we humans use shoes to protect our feet. We insist on it! But dogs usually don't have that luxury, and routinely walk over ice, rock, grass, cement and soil on their bare paws. Their paws' thick pads give them protection we don't have, and that... Read >
Author: Judd Snell

Caring for Your Dog After Surgery to Correct Luxated Patella

25th April 2009
Despite the gravity of this terminology, a luxated patella or slipped kneecap is not an ER situation at a veterinary hospital. It is a cause for concern, but it is not life-threatening. However, since you should always be monitoring your dog's behavior, y... Read >
Author: Jeff Nenadic

Simple Steps To Get Rid of Annoying Dog Scratching

17th April 2009
There is nothing better to a dog owner than to see his furry friend healthy and happy. One reason for the transformation of your pooch from happy to sad is due to annoying dog scratching. Dogs don't like uncomfortable. They scratch and scratch once that i... Read >
Author: K9 KlearUp
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