People and their pets: it’s a very close relationship. Most people love their pets and would do anything for them. In return they get a lifetime of love. Dogs of course are known for their faithfulness but also cats, who seem aloof, and horses, who can be supercilious, are completely loyal. They may be sarcastic about it, occasionally, but totally loyal. In return, they rely on us to keep them safe from the visible and hidden dangers that surround us. This is where veterinary diagnostics can help reveal hidden infections like heart worm in dogs and equine infectious anemia virus expression in time for effective treatment.
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Owning a pet can be one of the most rewarding and fulfilling experiences in life. Hundreds of thousands of people in the country lead better lives and continually become better persons due to the sheer fact that they own a pet dog or cat, and this experience transforms their lives. This is something that can improve your overall outlook towards life, and teach you important life skills which are useful in society as well. If you already own a pet dog, you should already have some idea that keeping a pet at home is not always something that is very easy. Your pet needs the best care possible, and you need to have the knowledge and insight to provide your pet with that proper care. Over the years, it is possible that your pet dog might have quite a few health issues, ranging from minor problems to seriou (more…)
If you are someone who is interested in learning how to raise your own chickens and produce your own eggs, you are in the right place! The new fad of eating organic foods and knowing exactly where they came from is important and beneficial to health and sustainability. Raising chickens of your own is a great way to be sure the foods you are eating are antibiotic free, organic, and healthy. The downside is that this comes with vast responsibility. You need to take care of your chickens, feed them, and clean their cages. Their home, or chicken coop, is the location the chickens spend the most time in, so an adequate one should be used. Though you have many choices in your chicken coop, there are clear benefits of chicken nesting boxes. These nest boxes are durable, easy to clean and assemble, and decrease t (more…)
Millions of people in the United States have a pet, or pets, that they consider to be one of the family. The economy being what it is, veterinary care for a dog, a cat, or any other type of pet is often too expensive for the pet’s family to afford. It is estimated that of all households in the U.S., about 46.3 million own a dog, which transfers into between 37% and 47% of American homes that house at least one canine cutie.
Because $13.59 billion is spent on the veterinary care of American pets every year, pet health insurance plans have been devised to make health care for pets easier on their owners. There are several different programs availa (more…)
Heartworm Antigen Test Kit is an immunochromatographic for the subjective detection of canine heartworm antigen also know as Dirofilaria immitis in plasma, blood or the canine serum. This parasitic worm, heartworm, repress the heart of its hosts, most commonly in dogs, and increases the chance of heart failure in them. This test can help early detection if a dog starts exhibiting manifestations of heartworm. Also, the test can detect heartworm infestation on your pet’s feces and a quick elimination of the heartworm can be done. Despite this condition having both preventable and treatment measures, it is a serious infection with its symptoms easy to ignore. Pet owners are advised to do a regular dog screen and plan ahead if at all the result will turn out to be positive.
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If you have a dog, you are not alone. Nearly 46.3 million American households have at least one dog. The majority of dog owners say their dog is well trained. Nearly 52% of people who own dogs think their dog was trained better than other dogs. About 46% say other dogs are better trained than their own. Almost all dog owners think that positive reinforcement is the way to go, nearly 99.5% say this. About 94% of dog owners say they do some training at home. If you have a new puppy, you may want to look into a dog trainer. Here are some tips to help you find the right own.
- Talk to your friends and family. With all of the pet dogs in the United States, you have to know a few people who have dogs as pets. Some of them have gone to a dog trainer. Ask around to see how they foun (more…)
If you have ever heard yourself say, “I think my dog is depressed,” there is a very real chance that you are right. But, what makes you say that? What makes you question your dog’s mental health? Is it his overall mood? Is it her consistent lethargy and lack of interest in being on her own that troubles you? Well, before you consider giving your loved one an ill-advised dose of Prozac, you might want to give a dog dating site a try.
Ok, right now you might be thinking, “Hey, look. I have friends who have been on Internet dating sites for months and still sit home alone on Saturday nights watching Netflix. How in the world will a dating site help my little buddy? My dog is depressed, not looking to get married.”
Those are very understandable th (more…)
We Love Our Doggies
When you have a household pet, chances are that you consider them to be part of your family. Given this, you likely take them to the vet on a regular basis and make sure that their shots are up-to-date. In addition to taking care of your pet’s health and well-being by only feeding them quality […]
Did you know that nearly 50 million U.S. households own a dog? That’s nearly 50 percent of all households! Dogs are our companions and tried and true friends. They greet us when we get home, they love on us when we are sad, and they are always up for a walk or belly rub. If […]
If you’re among the 46.3 million households in the U.S. that have a dog, you’ve most likely heard some pretty ridiculous “facts” about dogs. Turns out, some popular “facts” like “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” are just myths! Check out the following myths about dogs so you know what’s true and what’s […]
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