Pets

Kids who grew up with a pet in their home will turn out to be friendlier and more sociable persons when they reach adulthood. Researchers have found that kids who share a home with a pet during their first year of life suffer less from allergies than kids who don’t spend time with a pet. […]

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 80 percent of households in America have at least one pet. Professionally trained helper animals offer obvious benefits to humans. However, the average domestic pet, such as a dog, cat, even a goldfish can also provide us with many therapeutic benefits. Most pet owners don’t need […]

What dogs should not have in their diets: Chocolate can cause seizures in dogs, especially small dogs Grapes and Raisins – even a single serving of raisins can kill a dog Onions Macadamia Nuts Animal fat and fried foods Bones: Bones can splinter and damage a dog’s internal organs. Tomatoes Avocados Nutmeg Apples, Cherries, Peaches […]

Long before you expect it, Fido and Snowball are no longer able to bolt out the door or leap onto the bed. But with routine visits to the vet, regular exercise and good weight control, you can help your beloved pet ward off the onset of age-related disease, one veterinary expert suggests. “Aging pets are […]

We are told to vaccinate our dogs and cats every year. This is not necessary, but it can be harmful. After years of writing to the British government and the government’s licensing authority (the Veterinary Medicines Directorate), Canine Health Concern and over 100 vets/pet owners called for the withdrawal of one-year dog and cat vaccines. […]

Yeepet, is a social Worldwide net or community, that simply joins the pets’ lovers all over the world, in order to meet, to look for information, to look for products on the care for our pets. Besides in this community, one can participate, joining photo contests, raiseeing our animals’ photos, taking part in legal professions […]

I recently attended an enlightening seminar in Felpham, England that deals with color therapy for pets and domestic animals.  Animals have chakra centers just as we do and in very similar locations.  They begin at the base of the spine and as you travel toward the head they are located in the same corresponding areas.  […]

Canine Distemper is a highly contagious, viral disease which is often fatal. It affects the gastrointestinal, respiratory and central nervous systems. Canine distemper infects dogs but can be found in other animals. Symptoms of Canine Distemper The many signs of distemper are not always typical. Symptoms may include Fever 39C to 41C (103F to 106F) […]

The Dogo Argentino was developed in Argentina in the late 1920s by doctors Antonio and Agustin Nores Martinez, dog enthusiasts and avid hunters. The Dogo Argentino was primarily intended to be used as a hunting dog for puma and jaguar, as well as a guardian and all-around family dog. As a guard dog, the Dogo […]

Kennel cough in dogs is also called Canine Cough, Bordetellosis and Infectious Tracheobronchitis. Its will stimulate a coarse, dry, hacking cough about three to seven days after the dog is initially infected. It sounds as if the dog needs to “clear it’s throat” and the cough will be triggered by any extra activity or exercise. […]

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