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Causes and Symptoms of Feline Seizures

Seizures are symptoms of a disease. It is only when seizures are found to be idiopathic, that is, without a known cause, that seizures are conveniently termed as epilepsy. Actually, most feline seizures occur due to factors other than feline epilepsy. Republished by Blog Post PromoterFree Pet Health Ebook For You…Shih-Tzu – In Depth    […]

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Are Dogs Color Blind?

Are dogs color blind?  Many people wonder whether dogs can see the world in colors or if they see things the same way that we humans see the world. You may have been told that dogs see things in black and white but that’s not correct.  In fact, dogs do see in colors but they […]

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Common Types of Dog Aggression

Aggression in dogs can be a very serious problem that can create a tremendous amount of liability for you and your family. This article deals with five of the most common types of aggression however there are many more. If your dog has aggression and you would like help to resolve it you should contact […]

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Common Symptoms of Separation Anxiety in Dogs

There is no definite evidence showing precisely why dogs develop separation anxiety. However, because dogs who have been adopted from shelters have this behavior problem than those who grew by a single family since puppyhood, it is considered that loss of a significant person or people in a dog’s life can trigger to separation anxiety. […]

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Homemade Dog Food – Is it Any Good?

Ignore the restaurant doggy bag. Nowadays, more dogs are eating their own patios, gulping down homemade canine food. There have been gradual rises in the number of people who are requesting help with creating homemade diets for their canines, according to majority of veterinarians in the US. The trend to homemade dog food started about […]

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Why Does my Dog Scoot on the Carpet?

If your dog does the butt scoot on the carpet you may find the behavior…odd…or embarrassing…or annoying, but you may be left wondering why your dog does it.  It’s really very simple.  Your dog probably has impacted anal glands. What are anal glands? Dogs have small anal sacs on the sides of their tail.  They […]

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