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This is part three of our series on pet diseases and their symptoms. This time we’re talking about pet rodents, such as hamsters, rats, guinea pigs, and gerbils.   Essentially, diagnosing a condition in a pet rodent is the same as with dogs and cats. The differential diagnoses are based...
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When planning to move from one home to another or one state to another, it is stressful for all concerned. All the packing and planning can take a toll on the adults in the home and the kids often have difficulties adjusting to new schools and friends. Eventually, all works out despite all doubts. H...
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Just like people, cats can develop diseases throughout their lives that can have a significant impact on their well-being. As a cat owner, it is important for you to know what the most common cat diseases are and their symptoms so that you know when your cat needs an immediate trip to the vet. &nbs...
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You can keep your dog healthy by keeping yourself informed about the different dog illnesses and their symptoms. Knowing the warning signs of dog diseases can help you identify them quickly so that treatment can be sought as soon as possible.   Here are common dog diseases and their symptoms:...
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Sun and Heatstroke Dangers for Dogs   We all enjoy the great outdoors on a nice bright sunny day, inhaling all that nature has to offer.  If you are a pet owner, it is natural to want to include your dog in the activities amid the sun and blue skies. However, just as you protect yourse...
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They are common all over the planet. In the summer, you encounter them more than once and you have probably had an altercation with many of them throughout your life. You may not always think much of them outside of being an annoyance, but they are the biggest killers of humans in the world. In othe...
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Almost everyone who owns a pet has heard the term “heartworm” from their vet or someone else. Unfortunately, there are myths regarding heartworm disease and some pet owners let their guard down because they hear these myths and let their guard down. The fact is that they do need to be co...
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Apartment Dogs When bringing a new dog into your home, you have to consider the space needed for a happy, healthy pet companion. For instance, a Great Dane must have a large home with a yard whereas the Chihuahua is happy in an apartment situation with limited space. Certain dogs do not do well i...
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Hairless Cats Different Breeds   Hairless cat breeds are not the most common among pet owners and some people mistakenly believe that this is the type of breed to have when dealing with allergies. This is not a breed but a category of cat that is developed through crossbreeding and recessive ...
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Teacup Dogs (Picture) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)  A teacup dog is not recognized by any dog club such as the American Kennel Club (AKC) or the British Kennel Club (KC). A teacup pet of any sort is actually a smaller than normal toy breed of dog due to its breeding. Many people...