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  • Canine Diabetes: What Your Dog Can and Canít Eat  By : Stan Eric
    The vet has probably explained a lot of things to you in regards to your dogís condition. Almost certainly, he has told you about treatment options, warning signs, and any other relevant information regarding canine diabetes. Sure enough, he has also mentioned lifestyle changes in order for your dog to remain healthy.
  • Canine Ear Infections  By : Cristian Stan
    Ear infection, no matter how mild, requires a veterinarian's attention. While some infections can possibly heal on its own, the vet should always be consulted so that the right treatment therapy is provided to your pets.
  • Canine Hip Dysplasia: What Every Dog Owner Should Know  By : SA Perillo
    You can ask any dog owner or enthusiast you know and you will not be pleased to learn that there are truly a lot of elements out there today that can threaten the safety and well being of our beloved pet dogs.
  • Canine Leukemia  By : Stan Eric
    Leukemia is one type of cancer that affects the blood. This disease is characterized by a significant increase of the leukocytes, popularly called white blood cells.

    The first symptom is a large number of these cells in the blood marrow or even in the circulation. Leukemia is a result of a genetic malfunction, a mutation that happens inside the boneís marrow. This disease has several types.
  • Capstar For Dogs  By : Meredith McMurtrie
    If your dog has fleas then this can be a highly unpleasant experience for them that damages their health in more ways that you might think.
  • Care and Prevention of Pet Heartworms  By : thepetguy
    If an animal is diagnosed with heartworms, treatment may be indicated. Surgical removal of the adult heartworms is also a treatment that may be indicated, especially in advanced cases with substantial heart involvement. Prevention of heartworm infection can be obtained through a number of veterinary drugs.
  • Care of Your New Bengal  By : Robert Thomson
    The Savannah cat is a newer breed that resulted from crossing a wild African Serval with a domesticated cat. At times the Savannah goes by the name of the...
  • Care Your Pets with Quality Products  By : ms
    With the passage of time, there has been increment in the luxuries and different care treatments for dogs and other animals as well.
  • Caring For An African Parrot  By : Stan Spencer
    Are you thinking about getting an african parrot? Do you already have an african parrot? This article will review the african parrot and how they can truly be a charming addition to your family.
  • Caring for Dogs in Cold Weather  By : George Lass
    Here are a few tips on cold weather care for your dog. Keep in mind the best policy is to leave them inside during cold weather.
  • Caring For Dogs With Disabilities  By : Jim McKiel
    A dogís disability may occur from an illness, injury or physical handicap. The degree of disability may be slight or may be incapacitating. Whatever reason for your dogs suffering will have a great effect on you as your petís guardian.
  • Caring for Old English Sheepdogs  By : Gerry Ronson
    Understanding your Old English Sheepdog and how to properly care for it. Articles includes grooming and training tips.
  • Caring for pets with parrot toys, Canidae and other products  By : Brian J Miller
    Bringing in pets at home or living with them can be an amazing experience. What we often ignore however is that the need treats and toys to feel as home as well. Parrot toys for your little birdie or a Canidae treat for your canine friend can improve your petís quality of life to a great extent. No matter where you are in Australia, you can get all kinds of such treats for your beloved companion, thanks to online shops that stock a huge range of pet care products.
  • Caring For The Older Dog  By : Thierry Babineaux
    When you bring home you first puppy, little do you realize that one day he or she will grow older and then suddenly leave you. Dogs live for anywhere between 12-15 years but as a wise man once said, their loyalty will never waiver, not even in the final moments. Probably this is why they form an emotional bond with humans. This is more than reason enough for you to take care of your dogsí health.'
  • Caring For Your Diabetic Cat  By : Lorna Findlay
    A diagnosis of feline diabetes may not be as bad as it first sounds.
  • Caring For Your New African Grey Parrot  By : Amanda Isbitt
    The Congo and the Timneh are the two main sub-species of the African Grey parrot. The Congo is a bigger bird with a lighter colour with a dark beak and a red tail. On average they weigh around 400 to 650 grams and are about 12 to 14 inches long from tail to beak.
  • Caring For Your Pet Parrot with Good Parrot Cages  By : bob.
    Therefore, you purchased your parrot and wish to take care of it & show that in style and you have spent lots of money on that because parrots are exotic & are high in demand. So taking care of parrot starts with selecting one of many parrot cages that are available on market. Birdcages now come in lots of styles, shapes, colors, as well as sizes due to increasing popularity to have birds as your pets. As your parrot can spend much of life in cage, it is very important to choose one that can kee
  • Caring For Your Pets After You Die  By : gene sower
    While you may be planning to outlive your pets, what if something were to happen to you? Would Fido and Fluffy be provided for in the event of your untimley death or if you became incapacitated? Here's how you can insure that your pets get the proper care in the event that you're not able to give it to them.
  • Carpet Fleas - How to Kill Carpet Fleas for Good  By : Tom Dahne
    In the past and still nowadays, carpeting is really common and is the most practical, stylish, and flexible selection of flooring out there, since it also accounts for a higher degree of all flooring purchases that are made each and every year. A lot of people prefer carpeting for their homes. It gives warmth, safety, and flexibility in just about any room. But, what if you're taking care of pets at home?
  • Carrier Requirements for Travel Dog Crate  By : Vikram Kuamr
    You need to read through this article in case you would like to travel with your dog using air transport. There are strict requirements set by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) that regulate usage of travel dog crate
  • Cat Allergies - What to Do  By : Matthew Hick
    Having an allergy to a cat can be a very annoying problem. Having a runny nose all of the time, itchy eyes, and a scratchy throat can make you want to toss your own cat out the window!
  • Cat boarding Stoke for your needs  By : Cesar Muler
    People go on vacations all the time and they want to enjoy every minute of the experience. Cat boarding Stoke can provide a solution so you can take care of your pet when you are going away for a few days, but you must find a cattery Stoke-on-Trent that meets your demands.
  • Cat Care 101  By : Stan Eric
    It seems that cats have become a common fixture in our household. Many people own one, and in fact, having cats as pets has been a practice for over thousands of years.

    Just like dogs, though not as many, cats also have numerous breeds, but the popular ones are Siamese and Persian. If you plan to get one for a pet, there are factors you have to consider, and among these is the cost.
  • Cat Care 101: Keeping Your Cat Healthy and Your Home Clean  By : Chris Robertson
    Just as we clean up the spills made by our kids (or our spouses!), it's up to us to clean up after our cats. Luckily, there are any number of products that make pet care a breeze.
  • Cat Declawing Or No Cat Declawing  By : Paulina Jenkins
    Cat declawing in medical term is called onychectomy. This surgical procedure is very painful and complicated. This operation is performed on cats under anesthesia to remove the last bone of their fingers. It is the same as a man's fingers at the first knuckle. Cat declawing is an irreversible procedure and must be performed by a qualified veterinary doctor.
  • Cat e collars help to track your catís activities online  By : Cat Collars
    Owning a pet cat is very easy. Taking care of the same is a tough job. You have to keep track of her habits.
  • Cat Flea Control - Natural Flea Control  By : gael ghiio
    controlling a cat flea infestation requires more
    of the affected treated animals. You see the fleas on your animals represent alittle percentage of their total population
    potential among and outside your home. every adult fleas will lay up to sixty
    eggs a day! Considering that life may vary 4-25 days, it is easy to lose control terribly
  • Cat Grooming At Home And The Types Of Pet Supplies To Use  By : Scribbler
    If you have a cat then you will need to take care of him or her too and one of the important aspects of health & care is cat grooming. cat grooming can be done at home or you can take him to a professional grooming service, sometimes you can find these at your local pet store.
  • Cat Igloos are the Perfect Cat Beds for Winter  By : Search Pros
    Cat owners have seen their beloved pets fall asleep in many places, and since cats can sleep through the majority of a day, it is important to have a comfortable and cosy place for your cat to sleep and feel safe. There are a variety of cat beds on the market, but none are better for winter weather than cat igloos.
  • Cat Litter Box Problem: 4 Reasons Your Cat Won't Use The Box  By : Kurt Schmitt..
    There are two main categories of causes for a cat litter box problem: physical problems or behavioral issues. If your cat is experiencing difficulty, the first thing you should do is have your veterinarian rule out physical causes.

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