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Signs of EPI in the German Shepherd Dog

25th July 2007
In all dogs diagnosed to have Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency, the German Shepherd Dog is very often seen as well as the Rough-coated Collie. One estimate shows that about 70% of all dogs diagnosed with EPI are German Shepherds while 20% are Rough-coate... Read >
Author: spitfiregsd

Headaches and Iron Deficiency

25th July 2007
Headaches are a common symptom of iron deficiency. In cases where iron deficiency is prolonged headaches may even become chronic. Iron deficiency can also lead to anaemia, which is defined as a decreased number of red blood cells. It occurs when the quant... Read >
Author: Alien

Headache and Migraine Relief During Pregnancy

25th July 2007
Headaches are common during pregnancy, and may involve tension headaches or migraines. Tension headaches tend to feel like a dull ache on both sides of the head and around the neck area. They are often the result of stress, exhaustion, dehydration or alle... Read >
Author: Alien

Common Illnesses in Cats

11th July 2007
1. Hip dysplasia Hip dysplasia is a common concern among Ragdoll owners. Although there are no recorded cases, the possibility is high because of the Ragdoll's bulk and weight distribution. It's important to get a written health guarantee from your bre... Read >
Author: Drew Pilton

The 3 Most Common Cat Ear Problems & Treatments

01st July 2007
Cat ear problems are often one of the most common conditions why a cat owner brings the cat to the vet. Some of the signs that your cat may be having ear problems are: 1) Shaking its head and ears often and sometimes very vigorously. 2) Scratchin... Read >
Author: Rona Limsy

Liver Disease in Dogs

09th May 2007
Liver disease in dogs is one of the major causes of death for dogs in the United States. The liver removes waste from the dog's body, detoxifies the blood, and produces bile . Left unchecked, liver damage which impairs the functioning of liver cells can l... Read >
Author: gpoint

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

Early Sign of Pregnancy Tracking the Symptoms

27th March 2007
Apurva Shree is the online editor of free pregnancy information resource www.earlysignofpregnancy.info She has developed this site to provide valuable information on early pregnancy symptoms and useful methods to enjoy your pregnancy period and the ways i... Read >
Author: apurva

How To Be A Good Mother

15th March 2007
Mothers are mothers. It is we who often question their goodness. But actually in real life mothers are the birth givers, next to gods. Though all these sounds a little cliché, how much we adore them or snap at them when in bad mood, do they really leave ... Read >
Author: michael.ringwood

Interesting facts about peptic ulcers

17th February 2007
The peptic ulcer damages the lining of either the stomach or the duodenum.The symptoms of indigestion caused by peptic ulcers may harm a person by a severe pain.They can be treated with medicines, but without treatment serious complications may appear.The... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola

Home remedy for conspitation

06th December 2006
Conspitation Causes and Symptoms: Constipation is a condition in which the bowels are opened too seldom or incompletely. The patient may pass infrequent and hard, dry stools. The main symptoms is the desire to void the stools but the inability to do so. I... Read >
Author: Dr John Anne

Food for Potential Energy

12th March 2006
FOOD FOR POTENTIAL ENERGY. ENERGY FOOD. At its simplest level, food can be classified as either a Macro-Nutrient or a Micro-Nutrient. Food contains the potential energy which our bodies metabolise into actual energy. One of... Read >
Author: Mike Jozefiak

Shih Tzu - The Canine Flu Outbreak of 2005

26th November 2005
The canine flu outbreak in the summer of 2005 can be thought of as equivalent to colds and flu that people get. It spreads much the same way, through direct contact, through the air, and through exposure to whatever the virus touches. The symptoms are sim... Read >
Author: Connie Limon

The Importance Of Vitamins To Your Body

09th August 2005
By: Charlene J. Nuble The body needs a minimum amount of vitamins and minerals each day to remain healthy and function properly. A balanced diet normally supplies sufficient vitamins. However, serious disorders can still develop if the diet does no... Read >
Author: Charlene Nuble

REVIEW ON BOVINE MASTITIS

21st July 2005
Mastitis - is basically an inflammation of the mammary gland i.e. the udder and teats . It can affect any herd, from the most organised, to the least, at any time; all herds are therefore potentially susceptibleClinical Mastitis -- visible signs of mastit... Read >
Author: swapnil chilgunde
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