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Chicken Cheeseburger Recipe for Cats

Here’s a pretty simple and very healthy natural recipe for your favorite feline friend. CHICKEN CHEESEBURGER 2 oz finely ground beef 2 oz finely ground chicken 1 tbl canned thick chicken soup 2 oz whole grain bread crumbs or oatmeal 1 baby carrot, cooked until soft 1 egg 1/2 cup grated cheese  Mash the meat and […]

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Does Your Dog Have Allergies?

Constant scratching, tail-chasing, coughing and wheezing, eye and nose discharges – if these symptoms can be observed on your pet dog, chances are very likely that he/she is suffering from allergies. Yes, dogs, just like their masters can suffer from allergies. Roughly about 20 percent of the dogs living in our homes suffer from some […]

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Reading Canine Body Language

Reading Canine Body Language

For anyone who loves dogs canine body language is always interesting. If you’re new to dogs you can learn some important things from studying your dog’s body language. Here are some body language signals that will help you be more attuned to your dog. The Wagging Tail Most people first look to see if a […]

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How Do Dogs Communicate?

Dogs are one of the more intelligent animals among domestic pets. They have the ability to communicate with humans, other dogs and even other animals. How Dogs Communicate They do this by using body signs and different vocals. The signs are made with the help of body movement involving eyes, ears, eyebrows, head, mouth and […]

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5 Commands Every Dog Should Know

5 Commands Every Dog Should Know

Every dog should know some basic commands. There are five commands that are really very important and could actually be lifesaving in an emergency situation. Every do,g no matter its size or its age, should you know these very basic commands. SIT COMMAND The sit is a very basic command and should be taught to […]

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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. Free Pet Health Ebook For You…Natural Help for Sore Paws    Simply Right Click […]

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