Latest Articles51: Train your cat to become a mannerly household member
While cats may put up a front that they are wild, independent creatures, the truth is, with a little nurture and training, they can easily become well-trained, mannerly members of the family. Natur..
52: Can You Take Your Dog Shopping?
The pavement was bustling with window shoppers Holiday decorations competed with gifts in the gleaming glass windows. Children and adults alike were peering excitedly and enthusiastically at the eye c..
53: Humane Society
My name is John Reckeweg and I am interested in helping raise funds for the Humane Society. I would like to take this time to explain the benefits of using this program. It provide services that ..
54: Melanomas in Dogs - Learn and Prevent
Melanoma is a form of cancer in which the pigment-producing cells of the skin (dogs with pigmented dark skin) known as melanocytes multiply in an erratic fashion eventually invading the tissues that s..
55: Epulis - Mouth/Oral Tumor in Dogs
Epulis is the most common type of benign or non-cancerous tumor in dog's mouth. A benign tumor is one that does not spread to other parts of the body. However, an epulis can be "locally invasive," whi..
56: From a present to a passion
Hallo, I am Jeanene, 15 years old and living in the Netherlands. You will not believe what a profound affect a simple idea my mother had has had on me. Granted I love all animals, but being able to wo..
57: Acute Renal Kidney Failure in Dogs
Acute renal failure or ARF is characterized by a rapid onset of renal insufficiency/failure, reduction in glomerular filtration rate and renal plasma flow, and the clinical and biochemical aftermath o..
58: Practical Dog Travel Tips
Are you planning to travel with your dog this coming vacation? A little homework and preparation can do wonders in making your travel with your pet a lot more fun and hassle-free. Here a few practical..
59: Dilated Cardiomyopathy - Heart Failure In Dogs
Cardiomyopathy refers to disease of the heart muscle (the myocardium) without malformation of the heart or its valves. The term cardiomyopathy literally means "sick heart muscle." There is a breed pr..
60: Craniomandibular Osteopathy Dog Bone Disorder
Craniomandibular osteopathy (CMO) is a non-cancerous dog bone disorder that exclusively affects the bones of the head in dogs, usually in on the lower jaw bone (ramus of the mandible) or over the angl..
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