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Last Minute Gift Ideas for Pets

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Need last-minute gift ideas for the pets on your holiday shopping list?

Industry experts suggest gifts that are fancy, whimsical and aromatic. They're ideal for any pet and reflect the latest trends, so even though you waited until the last minute to buy it, it won't look like you did.

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Basic nutrients every pet needs

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Along with regular exercise and veterinary care, careful feeding is perhaps the best way you can contribute to your pet's prolonged good health.

These are the basic nutrients every pet needs

Along with regular exercise and veterinary care, careful feeding is perhaps the best way you can contribute to your pet's prolonged good health.

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Choosing a Good Vet for Your Pet

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A good veterinarian will help you with many different concerns you may have about your pet from the appropriate diet, to the appropriate vaccinations, their general health and any behavioral problems you may experience with your pet. Therefore, it's important to find a vet you feel comfortable with in caring for your pet. This article gives you some pointers on & Read more �

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Facts About Ticks and Mosquitos

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The Truth About Ticks

Ticks are Not Insects
Ticks are eight-legged, wingless parasites related to mites and spiders. ticks do not fly or jump; they wait for a host to brush against them.

Even Immature Ticks Suck Blood
There are four stages to the tick life cycle: egg, larva, nymph and adult. The larva, nymph and adult all & Read more �

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Protect Your Pet from the Giardia Parasite

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Giardia is a microscopic parasite that lives in the intestines of many domestic and wild animals. The parasite is shed in the feces and can survive in moist areas, particularly stagnant water and animal waste. If people or animals ingest contaminated water or food or touch and accidentally ingest infected animal waste, they may develop a serious intestinal infection. Your & Read more �

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Ways to Tick Off Ticks

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These days, ticks are showing up in growing numbers and in a widening geographic area and they can survive and thrive in your warm house even when it's cold outside. They love to feast on the blood of pets and in so doing can spread illnesses such as Lyme disease and, less frequently, Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

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Some Important Facts About Vaccinating Your Pet

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Giardia is a parasite easily spread from pets to people and back again. The organism causes no problem until a person or pet is stressed. It can cause persistent or intermittent gastrointestinal upset; a common symptom is diarrhea. The condition is difficult to treat and diagnose. Giardia can live in water and on toys, floors, decks and other surfaces. The & Read more �

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Fleas: The Danger to Your Pet

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Fleas and Ticks aren't just a nuisance for you and your Pet; these pests can cause the following medical problems:

Tapeworms
If your Pet eats a flea, which is likely during self-grooming, your Pet could become infected with the immature tapeworms fleas can carry. These long, flat parasites can cause weight loss and diarrhea--and can be contagious to & Read more �

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About Lyme Disease

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Deer ticks, which are prevalent in various parts of the United States, are the major carrier of Lyme disease. But some other species of ticks can also carry the disease. Deer ticks are tiny parasites that are difficult to see with the naked eye and can easily hide on people and pets.

For the bacteria to spread to the victim, & Read more �

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How to Spot Allergic Reactions to Vaccines

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Believe it or not, dogs suffer from allergies just as people do. Allergic reactions are inflammatory responses against specific proteins entering the body. These proteins may be from environmental allergens (pollens, dust, grass, etc.), various foods, insect bites (flea bites, and bee, wasp or scorpion stings), and may also be from medications and/or vaccines. Most pet allergies to the environment & Read more �

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