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Pancreatitis: The Other Stomachache Most cat and dog owners become alarmed when their pet vomits or experiences diarrhea. Yes, it may be from that stick Fido ate in the backyard, or the hairball Fluffy is trying to cough up, but the attention focuses on the stomach. Read the Full Story
Feline Hyperthyroidism: A Common but Curable Problem
Feline hyperthyroidism is the most common hormonal disease diagnosed in cats today. It is arises when a tumor on the thyroid gland causes an increase in the secretion of thyroid hormones. Most often, the tumor is benign. Read the Full Story
Ever consider what dogs must think of us? I mean, here we come back from a grocery store with the most amazing haul -- chicken, pork, half a cow. They must think we're the greatest hunters on earth! ~Anne Tyler
Horses Need Special Winter Care Too! Most animals that live outside need special care during the coldest months of the winter, and horses are no exception. Read the Full Story
This Year, Give An Adopted Polar Bear! On Wednesday November 18 The World Wildlife Fund launched its second annual "Adopt a Polar Bear" campaign to give consumers a unique alternative gift option for the holidays... Read the Full Story
How To Use A Head Halter A head halter is a special kind of collar with a strap that goes around your dog's nose and another strap that goes around his neck, just behind his ears. Read the Full Story
Understanding Aggressive Behavior In Dogs Dog aggression is any behavior meant to intimidate or harm a person or another animal. Growling, baring teeth, snarling, snapping and biting are all aggressive behaviors. Read the Full Story
Have Your Earned Your Dog's Attention? I was watching an agility group train about a year ago (as an invited guest, as if I knew anything about agility ). The training going on, what there was of it, was not too bad. Read the Full Story
Instinctive Drift Dog aggression is any behavior meant to intimidate or harm a person or another animal. Growling, baring teeth, snarling, snapping and biting are all aggressive behaviors. Read the Full Story
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