Dog Spaying

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How to Wean Dog

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Dog Spaying

Dog FAQs

How to Wean Dog

Dog Spaying

Most owners are not aware of the chain of events in a surgical procedure. The most common procedures, an ova rio-hysterectomy, known also as a spaying (not spading) operation. Having found the dog to be in satisfactory health for surgery, the veterinarian may administer drugs to sedate, prevent excess salivation, […]

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Caffeine Dogs

Caffeine, besides having a slight stimulating effect on the peristalsis in the intestine, is useful because it stimulates the general circulation by accelerating the heart, increasing its force and raising the blood pressure. It affects the heart muscle directly. Overdoses cause such rapid heartbeat that blood pressure drops. it increases […]

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Cat Ears

Not long ago, we came home to a very strange sight. All our cats had gathered around the refrigerator and were completely entranced by its bottom. On moving the refrigerator, we found cockroaches! The high-pitched communication of bugs or rodents that falls on our”deaf” ears is music to a cat […]

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Cat Health Test

Tests are often needed to confirm a diagnosis or to determine the best mode or the effectiveness of treatment. Some of the most common tests that may be requested are stool sample, skin scrapings (for skin parasites or fungus), complete blood count, blood chemistry, urinalysis, bacteriology, and tissue biopsy. Stool […]

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High Fat Dog Food

Fatty acids are carbohydrates in a sense being composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen – but they have much less oxygen and more carbon than starches. Unlike proteins, fats contain no nitrogen. Like proteins, they too are combinations of components, known as fatty acids. Only three of these are essential […]

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