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Brownreclusspiders

I Lost A Westie Female From A Brown Reclus Spider And Wanted To Post Info On This Spider. So You Are Aware Of This Spider.

Male Verses Female Puppies???

Article About Male Puppies!!!

Skipping breeding heats in Canines

Recently at an AKC Dog Breeding Symposium held at Michigan State University with key note speaker Dr. Claudia Orlandi Ph.D. (AKC’s breeder of the year and author of The ABC’s of Dog Breeding) shocked many breeders when it was disclosed that there have been scientific studies to show that it is detrimental for bitches to skip heat cycles….read more.

ACV (Apple Cider Vinegar)

ACV contains vitamins, minerals, and enzymes important for keeping animals healthy…read more

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http://www.pethealthnetwork.com/dog-health/brucellosis-dogs

http://www.2ndchance.info/zoonoses.htm

Guide to Pet-Safe House Plants – http://www.improvenet.com/a/guide-to-pet-safe-house-plants

Puppy Formula Recipe from Myra Harris

Can be used at any age from premature newborn to elderly adult. Best formula for your puppies and well worth the extra time it takes to prepare it. Read more. . .

Today Dr. Karen Becker discusses the painful condition known as floating kneecaps, or luxating patellas.

Dr. Becker’s Comments:

Floating kneecaps are more typically a problem of small and tiny dogs.

Often a dog with this problem appears fine. He has no history of a traumatic injury to the leg, and he’s very active – running and playing normally.

Then out of the blue one day he comes up lame. He picks up a back leg. He might yelp or cry while holding the leg off the ground.
You think to yourself, ‘Oh my gosh! What just happened?’ It seems like there’s been some sort of trauma to your pup, yet you’ve been watching him run around and he seemed fine.

Just as suddenly, your dog lowers his leg and starts walking or running around again as though nothing ever happened. What occurred, unbeknownst to you, was that his kneecap popped out of place, stopping him in his tracks and causing him to hold his leg up. Then the kneecap returned to its original position, he was able to put his foot back down, and off he went.

I’ve had pet owners in my practice tell me, ‘My dog went suddenly lame, holding up a back foot, and then just as suddenly he was not lame.’ That’s a pretty typical description of what happens with the condition known as luxating patella.

To Learn More what causes the condition and what you can do to prevent or treat the problem in your pet.

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