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Reasons Why Pets Need Veterinary Service

Factors Why Creatures Need Vet Service.

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Five Ways to Tell That Your Cat is of The Russian Blue Breed

Russian Blue cats look quite similar to several other breeds, or sometimes even moggies. This is why this short guide will help you in determining whether your cat is a Russian Blue or not.

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Five Reasons to Have a Russian Blue Cat

I own a Russian Blue cat and she has been with me for just over three years. I wish to share my knowledge and findings about this magnificent breed to the world, due to the caring, calm and playful nature that they have.

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The Joys of Taking Cats to The Veterinarian

I have three cats living in our house. Over all they do not cause much trouble accept for an occasional minor fight. Luckily no blood has been shed. The only time that they cause problems when it comes time to take them to the Veterinarian.

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Canine Bloat (GDV): Signs, Treatment, and Prevention

Gastric dilatation and volvulus syndrome (GDV, or commonly known as canine bloat) can bring a healthy dog into a lethal situation in less than 24 hours. Learning how to recognize symptoms and understanding the necessary treatment is something that all large breed owners should be aware of.

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Dealing with a Lame 100kg Tortoise

A 100kg Tortoise that needed a lift.

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Animals Can Deal with Three Legs Just Fine

How animals can deal with amputation of a limb.

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How I Spend My Triond Earnings

With earnings between $30-$80 a month it may not pay all my bills but helps with some of the additional expenses I have since moving to the country.

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Bloat in Dogs

Bloat or GDV, also known as gastric dilatation volvulus, is the second leading cause of death in dogs. What you MUST know before it happens!

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Should I Pay for the Canine Bordetella Vaccine?

Many clients ask me if they really do need to buy the bordetella (or kennel cough) vaccine for their dog. They usually say that their dog never boards and is always around healthy dogs. My answer is always yes.

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