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     1  +2 2014 oct 04glucosamine for catsGlucosamine & Chondroitin for Hip Dysplasia & Arthritis in CatsGlucosamine and chondroitin promote healthy cartilage in joints and are used for the treatment of arthritis in cats .
     1  +2 2014 oct 03golden retriever hip problemsHip Dysplasia in Dogs: Diagnosis, Treatment, and PreventionCanine hip dysplasia , a common cause of limping in dogs, and its diagnosis, ... Labrador Retrievers, Rottweilers, Great Danes, Golden Retrievers , and Saint ...
     1  +1 2014 oct 02owning a dogThe Cost of Owning a Dog - Pet EducationI am often asked by prospective pet owners what it costs to own a dog . Most pet owners calculate the price of the food and add it to the cost of the dog and figure  ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 01lufenuron to dogsThe Use of Lufenuron (Program) in Dogs and CatsOnce the female flea ingests blood from a pet treated with lufenuron , 96% of egg ... fleas on cats and 99% of egg development from fleas on dogs is stopped.
     1  +2 2014 sep 26blister on cats earsCauses of Solid-Appearing Lumps & Bumps on the Skin in CatsCats can develop small bumps (papules) or larger lumps (nodules) on their skin. The term ... Itching, bumps usually on feet, abdomen, folds at base of ears .
     1  ~ 2014 sep 25feeding puppy waterFeeding Puppies : What, When, How - Pet EducationLearn what, when, and how often to feed puppies , and which types of food are ... The semi-moist foods are about 55% water and use high salt or sugar levels for ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 23sarcoptic mangeCanine Scabies: Sarcoptic Mange in Dogs - Pet EducationCanine scabies, also known as sarcoptic mange , in dogs, is caused by the parasite Sarcoptes scabiei. These microscopic mites can invade the skin of healthy ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 22congenital megaesophagusCongenital Megaesophagus in the Dog - Pet EducationLearn about congenital megaesophagus and its associated risks and managment.
     1  +5 2014 sep 16vaxinations for puppysVaccination Recommendations for Puppies ( Puppy Shots)The types of vaccines , protection levels, maternal antibody, puppy vaccination schedule, and how to choose the proper vaccines for a puppy .
     1  ~ 2014 sep 16when should puppy vaccinationVaccination Recommendations for Puppies ( Puppy Shots )The vaccination of puppies ( puppy shots ) is one of the crucial steps in assuring the puppy will have a healthy and happy puppyhood . The who, what, why, when,  ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 13cat immunityAnatomy and Function of the Immune System In CatsInnate immune system: All organisms, even trees, have what could be considered an innate defense system. For trees it would be their bark, for dogs and cats it ...
     1  +2 2014 sep 13revolution and mangeCanine scabies, also known as sarcoptic mange , in dogs, is caused by the ... Selamectin ( Revolution ) is a topical solution that is applied once a month and also ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 09cat vomiting and diarrheaDiarrhea & Vomiting in Cats : When to Call Your VeterinarianThe causes and treatment of simple vomiting and diarrhea in cats , and when to consider the condition serious enough to contact your veterinarian.
     1  +4 2014 sep 07coccidiaCoccidia ( Coccidiosis ) in Dogs: A Cause of Diarrhea - Pet EducationCoccidia are small protozoans (one-celled organisms) that live in the intestinal tracts of dogs and cats. They cause disease most commonly in puppies and ...
     1  +3 2014 sep 07harmful plants for birdsPoisonous and Safe Plants for Birds - Pet EducationReview a description of the toxic or poisonous plants for birds , and a listing of plants considered safe for pet birds.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 05cat telescope intestineIntussusception of the Intestines in Cats - Pet EducationIntussusception - a telescoping of the intestines causing an obstruction is a serious condition which can cause vomiting in cats .
     1  ~ 2014 sep 02anatomy of a snakeSnake Anatomy and Physiology - Pet EducationThe anatomy and physiology of snakes differs from that of mammals especially in areas of the senses, anatomy of the skull, and movement.
     1  +4 2014 sep 02bacteria and fungiGerms: Viruses, Bacteria, and Fungi - Pet EducationGerms, characterized as viruses, bacteria, and fungi , are different in size and shape, structure, reproduction methods, hosts, and the diseases or infections they ...
     1  +8 2014 aug 29beet pulp dog foodThe Benefits of Beet Pulp in Pet Foods - Pet EducationBeet pulp is an excellent insoluble fiber source included in pet foods , but is it safe and beneficial for your pet?
     1  +2 2014 aug 28reef motion pumpsHow to Design Good Water Movement in a Reef AquariumProper water movement in a reef aquarium is crucial for the growth, health, and ... The Red Sea Wavemaster does not just switch the pumps on and off, but it ...
     1  +6 2014 aug 28dog with open soresCauses of Skin Ulcers & Draining, Oozing or Crusty Lesions on DogsDescription, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases and causes of open wounds that drain, ooze and/or erode and crust in dogs .
     1  +4 2014 aug 27sarcoptic mange in dogsCanine scabies, also known as sarcoptic mange, in dogs , is caused by the parasite Sarcoptes scabiei. These microscopic mites can invade the skin of healthy ...
     1  +10 2014 aug 25dogs immune systemThe Immune System of Dogs and CatsInnate immune system : All organisms, even trees, have what could be considered an innate defense system. For trees it would be their bark, for dogs and cats it ...
     1  +11 2014 aug 23hip dysplasia dogHip Dysplasia in Dogs : Diagnosis, Treatment, and PreventionCanine hip dysplasia , a common cause of limping in dogs , and its diagnosis, surgical and medical treatment, and prevention.
     1  +10 2014 aug 23red ear slider careRed - eared Slider Care : Housing, Diet, and CharacteristicsThe three main concerns in keeping a Red - eared Slider healthy are warmth, clean water, and proper diet. Properly caring for a turtle is more complicated than  ...
     1  +11 2014 aug 23immune system for dogs
     1  +4 2014 aug 22acl repair in dogsRuptured Anterior Cruciate Ligament ( ACL ) in Dogs - Pet EducationDogs with a degenerating ACL may also show some pain, and there may be some ... methods used to repair the knee joint when an anterior ligament is torn.
     1  +12 2014 aug 21dog vomiting and diarrheaCauses & Treatment of Diarrhea & Vomiting in Dogs - Pet EducationAt one time or another every dog has a bout of vomiting or diarrhea . Usually they have eaten something disagreeable, eaten too much, too fast or exercised too ...
     1  +3 2014 aug 19puppy vaccination schedule chartVaccination Schedules for Dogs and Puppies - Pet EducationThe vaccination schedule for dogs and puppies , which vaccines every dog should get (core), and which ones may be optional (noncore).
     1  +8 2014 aug 18d-limonene for dogsCitrus Oil Toxicity in Dogs and CatsCats are more sensitive than dogs . The toxic dose for ingestion of d - limonene in dogs is 308 grams per pound of body weight. If cats are treated with dog  ...
     1  ~ 2014 aug 18i grow soft placementPlacement of Corals in the Reef Tank - Pet EducationCorrect placement of corals in a reef tank helps eliminate coral aggresion, prevents ... the soft coral injures these neighboring stony corals and can thus grow  ...
     1  +94 2014 aug 17blind dog trainingLiving with a Blind Dog : Helpful Tips - Pet EducationBlindness in dogs does not need to spell the end of quality life. With patience and training , you will be able to enjoy your sightless canine friend's company for ...
     1  +10 2014 aug 17kitten vaccination scheduleVaccines & Vaccination Schedule for Cats & Kittens - Pet EducationThe vaccination schedule for cats and kittens , which vaccines every cat should get (core), and which ones may be optional (noncore) according to the American  ...
     1  +10 2014 aug 13dog food poisoningGarbage Intoxication/ Food Poisoning in Dogs and CatsSources, signs, immediate care, and veterinarian care of an exposure to a toxin known as Garbage Intoxication or Food Poisoning .
     1  +7 2014 aug 08treatment for hip dysplasiaHip Dysplasia in Dogs: Diagnosis , Treatment , and PreventionCanine hip dysplasia , a common cause of limping in dogs, and its diagnosis , surgical and medical treatment , and prevention.
     1  +25 2014 aug 05dog vitamins cartlige productionGlucosamine & Chondroitin for Hip Dysplasia & Arthritis in DogsGlucosamine and chondroitin promote healthy cartilage in joints and are used for
     1  +6 2014 aug 03what is sarcoptic mange
     1  +3 2014 aug 01pet evacuation kitsMaking an Evacuation Kit for Your Dog - Pet EducationEmergency preparedness can mean the difference between life and death and the comfort level of your dog when faced with disaster and having an evacuation  ...
     1  +1 2014 aug 01hydatid tapeworms catTapeworms of CatsTapeworms of cats and dogs all have life cycles that include an intermediate host . .... The diagnosis of hydatid disease in humans is often made through ...
     1  +4 2014 jul 28dogs early renal diseaseKidney Disease : Causes, Signs, Diagnosis and Treatment in Dogs Kidney disease ( renal disease ) in dogs and cats may cause symptoms including ... With early and aggressive treatment, acute renal failure may be reversible.
     1  +9 2014 jul 28sarcoptic mange treatmentCanine scabies: The symptoms, diagnosis, treatment , and prevention of sarcoptic mange in dogs.
     1  +3 2014 jul 27advantix ii ok petUsing Flea and Tick Products Together for Dogs - Pet EducationUsually, you do not need to combine 2 flea or tick control products. ... Comfortis, Fipronil containing products*, K9 Advantix II , Preventic Tick Collar, Program ...
     1  +7 2014 jul 25hip dysplasia treatmentHip Dysplasia in Dogs: Diagnosis, Treatment , and PreventionCanine hip dysplasia , a common cause of limping in dogs, and its diagnosis, surgical and medical treatment , and prevention.
     1  +6 2014 jul 24cat diarrhea and vomiting
     1  +100 2014 jul 23teeth infection in dogsInfections of the 4th Premolar (Carnassial Tooth ) in DogsIf you look inside your dog's mouth you will notice one tooth that is much larger than the rest. It is on the upper jaw, about half way back. It is the fourth premolar,  ...
     1  +2 2014 jul 23msm for catsThe Use of Methylsulfonylmethane ( MSM ) in Dogs & CatsMethyl-sulfonyl-methane ( MSM ) may be used in dogs and cats as a source of sulfur.
     1  +20 2014 jul 22pet health care articlePet Health Care | Dog and Cat Behavior Information by VeterinariansInformation on dog , cat, and other pet health , behavior, nutrition, training and animal care tips provided by veterinarians.
     1  +1 2014 jul 22dog parasite worm externalParasites in Dogs : External & Internal Canine ParasitesRead about external & internal canine parasites and their control, treatment, and prevention in articles written ... Worms : How to Determine if Your Pet Has Them.
     1  +8 2014 jul 20ferrets and fleasFleas in Ferrets - Pet EducationCtenocephalides felis, the cat flea , is the most common flea that affects ferrets and other house pets. However, ferrets that are allowed to go outside may go ...
     1  +100 2014 jul 19temprature for hard fishWater Chemistry Basics: pH, Temperature , Water Hardness, Waste While not considered chemistry, water temperature needs to be mentioned. Fish are ... Some species of fish require hard water and others require soft water.
     1  +4 2014 jul 18dog skin lessionThe first sign of a skin problem may be a crusty area on the skin , nose, or foot. In other cases, skin problems which may start out small can progress and develop ...
     2  +2 2014 oct 122 d litter boxLitter Box Training for Your Kitten - Pet EducationTo housebreak a cat or kitten, first choose the right location, size, and type of litter box and select the right type of litter. Have more than one litter box per cat, and ...
     2  +3 2014 oct 05mast cell tumorCanine Mast Cell Tumors in Dogs - Pet EducationMast cell tumors in dogs are common tumors that vary from mild, easily treatable forms to those that can lead to severe disease and death.
     2  ~ 2014 oct 04cats with rabiesRabies in Cats : Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment & VaccinationRabies is a fatal disease in cats which can have several phases including the prodromal, furious, and paralytic; rabies can be prevented by vaccinations.
     2  ~ 2014 oct 04bladder stones in dogsBladder Stones (Urinary Calculi) in Dogs - Pet EducationAlthough we often call them " bladder stones" in dogs , they are also known as urinary calculi and the condition is referred to as urolithiasis. Stones may actually  ...
     2  ~ 2014 oct 03diarrhea in catsDiarrhea in Cats : Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment - Pet EducationIf my cat has diarrhea , when should I call my veterinarian? If your cat has diarrhea , call your veterinarian. Your veterinarian will ask you a series of questions to ...
     2  +5 2014 oct 03ear infection in dogsEar Infections (Otitis Externa) & Ear Cleaning in Dogs - Pet EducationEar infections in dogs : causes, diagnosis, and treatment, including how to clean your dog's ears.
     2  +5 2014 oct 03ear infections dogs
     2  +6 2014 oct 03dog ear infections
     2  +3 2014 oct 03red eared sliderRed - eared Slider Care: Housing, Diet, and CharacteristicsThe Red - eared slider (Chrysemys scripta elegans) is an aquatic turtle commonly kept as a pet. The three main concerns in keeping a red - eared slider healthy ...
     2  ~ 2014 oct 02rabies in cats
     2  +5 2014 oct 01ear infection dog
     2  +5 2014 oct 01ear infections in dogs
     2  +15 2014 oct 01dog ear infection treatmentEar infections in dogs : causes, diagnosis, and treatment , including how to clean your dog's ears.
     2  +1 2014 oct 01dog allergies to foodFood Allergies & Food Intolerance in Dogs - Pet EducationFood allergies account for about 10% of all the allergies seen in dogs . It is the third most common cause after flea bite allergies and atopy (inhalant allergies ) ...
     2  +1 2014 sep 30canine food allergiesFood allergies account for about 10% of all the allergies seen in dogs . It is the third most common cause after flea bite allergies and atopy (inhalant allergies) ...
     2  +2 2014 sep 30mast cell tumor dog
     2  +2 2014 sep 30mast cell tumors
     2  +5 2014 sep 30glucosamine dog dosaeGlucosamine , Chondroitin - Pet EducationIndications for use, side effects, dose , drug or food interactions, toxicity, and ... Dogs and Cats: Typical doses start at approximately 500 mg glucosamine and 400 ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 30spay testTest Distinguishes between Spayed and Unspayed ... - Pet EducationResearchers at the Atlantic Veterinary College in Prince Edward Island, Canada analyzed a commercially available test kit to evaluate its ability to distinguish ...
     2  +9 2014 sep 28dogs ear infection
     2  +14 2014 sep 27feeding puppy hipHip Dysplasia in Dogs: Diagnosis, Treatment, and ... - Pet EducationIn one study, Labrador Retriever puppies fed free choice for three years had a much higher incidence of hip dysplasia than their littermates who were fed the ...
     2  +3 2014 sep 25food for weaning puppiesWeaning Puppies - Pet EducationWeaning refers to the process of the puppies beginning to eat food other than mothers' milk or milk formula. There is no magic trick in weaning puppies ; most do ...
     2  +7 2014 sep 25glucosamine for dogsGlucosamine and chondroitin promote healthy cartilage in joints and are used for the treatment of arthritis, including hip dysplasia, in dogs .
     2  ~ 2014 sep 24cat hair lossCauses of Hair Loss (Alopecia) in CatsDescription, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases and causes of alopecia ( hair loss ) in cats .
     2  -1 2014 sep 17dog fur spots changeCauses of Pigment & Color Changes in the Skin & Coat in DogsThe skin and coat of a dog may sometimes change color or become lighter or darker. This may be a normal process, or may be due to a serious disease.
     2  +16 2014 sep 15fenbendazolThe Veterinary Use of Fenbendazole (Panacur) in Pets - Pet EducationThe indications for use, precautions, side effects, dose, contraindications, food or drug interactions, toxicity, and signs of an overdose of fenbendazole (Panacur), ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 14drs foster and smithGeneral Page - About Drs . Foster & Smith - Pet EducationPetEducation.com is an important component of the pet education offerings provided to the public by Drs . Foster and Smith pet supplies to help pet owners ...
     2  +1 2014 sep 12canine joint diseaseArthritis (Degenerative Joint Disease , Osteoarthritis) in DogsDepending upon whom you talk to, the terms 'arthritis,' 'osteoarthritis' and ' degenerative joint disease ' may or may not be used to describe the same thing. In this ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 11foster and smithGeneral Page - About Drs. Foster & Smith - Pet EducationPetEducation.com is an important component of the pet education offerings provided to the public by Drs. Foster and Smith pet supplies to help pet owners ...
     2  +2 2014 sep 11demodectic mangeDemodectic Mange in Dogs - Pet EducationDemodectic mange (also known as red mange, follicular mange, or puppy mange) is a skin disease, generally of young dogs, caused by the mite, Demodex  ...
     2  ~ 2014 sep 10cat food allergiesFood Allergies & Intolerance in Cats - Pet EducationFood allergies in cats : symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pet food ingredients most commonly implicated, and how to do a food trial.
     2  +1 2014 sep 09hip dysplasia in dogs
     2  +2 2014 sep 07doctors foster and smith
     2  +33 2014 sep 07feeding puppyLearn what, when, and how often to feed puppies , and which types of food are best.
     2  +35 2014 sep 06dog lymph nodesLymphadenitis, Lymphadenopathy & Swollen Lymph Nodes in DogsThe symptoms, risks, and management of causes of enlarged and inflamed lymph nodes in dogs .
     2  +6 2014 sep 06hip dysplaia in dogs
     2  +3 2014 sep 03cats eating dog foodWhy Cats Should Not Eat Dog Food - Pet EducationCats must have the amino acid called 'taurine' in their diet; dogs can actually make their own taurine. A cat eating food deficient in taurine can develop severe  ...
     2  +18 2014 sep 03dog cancer dietFeeding the Dog with Cancer - Pet EducationFeeding dogs with cancer usually calls for a diet high in protein and fat to combat the weight loss seen in cancer cachexia. The special nutritional needs of dogs  ...
     2  +13 2014 sep 01dog food allergy symptomsFood Allergies and Food Intolerance - Pet EducationFood allergies in dogs: symptoms , diagnosis, treatment, pet food ingredients most commonly implicated, and how to do a food trial.
     2  +29 2014 sep 01sedative for dogsTypes of Anesthesia, Sedatives & Tranquilizers in ... - Pet EducationTypes of anesthetic medications used in small animal practice include local and general anesthetics, sedatives , tranquilizers, and analgesics.
     2  +7 2014 aug 30cat vaccination scheduleThe vaccination schedule for cats and kittens, which vaccines every cat should get (core), and which ones may be optional (noncore) according to the American  ...
     2  +8 2014 aug 27cats losing hairThere are many diseases and conditions which can cause a cat to lose hair . Some of these may be considered normal, others can indicate a serious disease is ...
     2  ~ 2014 aug 25lead poison dogLead Poisoning in Dogs - Pet EducationLead poisoning occurs when the concentration of lead in the dog's blood reaches levels that start to cause symptoms. This will occur more commonly in dogs  ...
     2  +10 2014 aug 25cat has diarrhea
     2  +5 2014 aug 25bumps on dogsCauses of Solid-Appearing Lumps & Bumps on the Skin of DogsDogs and cats can develop small bumps (papules) or larger lumps (nodules) on their skin. The term 'tumor' means an abnormal growth or swelling, and is often ...
     2  +8 2014 aug 23chicory dog foodChicory , Prebiotics, Probiotics, Kelp, and Yeast as Pet Food Pet foods on the market contain ingredients that may be unfamiliar to some consumers. These include chicory , prebiotic and probiotic supplements, kelp, and ...
     2  +12 2014 aug 23ringworm in catsRingworm (Dermatophytosis) in CatsRingworm in cats : The transmission, signs, diagnosis, and treatment of this fungal skin infection.
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