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Behavior training

How to Get Your Dog to Love the Crate

Crate training is routinely recommended by veterinarians and animal behaviorists. Widely considered a safe and humane training tool, your dog's crate (sometimes called a “kennel” or “enclosed dog bed”) should be a sanctuary for your dog. With training, it will become a retreat away from the busy home and a place where your dog or puppy can feel safe and secure.
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Diseases conditions of cats

Gastroenteritis (Vomiting and Diarrhea) in Cats

Feline Gastroenteritis in Cats Acute vomiting and diarrhea are characterized by a sudden onset and short duration of less than two to three weeks. Acute vomiting, a reflex act that results in the forceful ejection of gastric (stomach) and/or duodenal (intestinal) contents through the mouth, and diarrhea, an increase in fecal water content with an accompanying increase in the frequency, fluidity, or volume of bowel movements, are both extremely common in the cat.
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Diseases conditions of cats

Gastritis in Cats

Overview of Vomiting in Cats Gastritis is a general term used to describe inflammation of the lining of the stomach. The most common sign associated with gastritis is vomiting. Although signs may be mild and self-limiting in some cases, they can be debilitating and even life threatening in others, necessitating hospitalization and intensive supportive care.
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Pet care

The Fine Art of Litter Box Care

It is important to know how to care for your cats litterbox to help insure that your cat uses the box. We will give you our best tips to care for your cats box to prevent or fix behavioral problems in your cats. As you may realize, one of the cat's most attractive features is that she comes with an automatic waste disposal system.
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Diseases conditions of cats

Otitis Interna and Media in Cats

Overview of Inner or Middle Ear Infections in Cats The ears are responsible for taking sound waves from the air and transporting them to the brain. These waves pass through the ear canal until they come in contact with the nerves that convert them into sound and allow for hearing. The ear canals are divided into three sections; the external, middle and internal parts.
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Pet care

New Born Puppies

How to care for newborn puppies Taking care of newborn puppies is not an easy task. If possible, it should be left to breeders and experts who have experience in raising pups. However, if you find yourself in a situation where you need to care for newborn puppies, it is important to be prepared. What you will need Whether you are caring for orphaned newborn puppies, or ones with a caring and attentive mother dog, there are a number of things you will need to prepare to ensure the health and comfort of the puppies.
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