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Lyme Disease Treatment for Pets Lyme disease can be treated with antibiotics, because the disease is caused by a bacterium that is introduced to your pet through a bite from a tick carrying the disease. Antibiotics will be taken for a long period of time and some times and may...

More Issues with Food and Family Pets Recently, I went back to discussing food issues in some detail. It is important to understand that we do have ways of helping out pets not only with their diets, but with preventing things from happening long term. Obesity in Pets and Ways to...

New RecoveryPets.Com Tag Services Provide A Sense Of Security The greatest benefits of ownership is knowing that your property will be there when you need it, but ownership of a pet requires a different type of security measure. Because, pets are living creatures with minds of their own, they have a tendency...

Nutrition and Arthritic Pets We have talked about the importance of both diet and exercise when dealing with a pet that has arthritis. I think that diet is such an important issue that it is one we should discuss in greater detail. It is becoming common knowledge that as...

Parrots For Pets I have had many pets in my life but parrots for pets are my all-time favorites. This is primarily because most parrots have long lives. Moreover, parrots are one of the best pets in the world. As pets, parrots provide a lot of entertainment and they...

Pet Business Ideas "When all the receipts are tallied, Americans will have spent $13.64 billion on their pets in 2004. And that number is climbing each and every year." If you want to start a business of your own and you are also a pet lover Ė there are many...

Pet Drug Patches The use of transdermal patches within human medicine is very popular for people who may want to quit smoking, relieve pain and even to replace hormones. Can these drug patches work for our pets? Transdermal drugs for animals are very similar to...

Pet Friendly Travel Ė 10 Tips for Hassle-Free Travel with Your Pet In the United States alone, over 60 million households have one or more pets. Pet owners in 15 million of those households travel with their pets, and the majority stay in pet-friendly lodging. Fortunately, pet friendly hotels, condos and vacation...

Pet Healthcare Cat and dog fleas are more than just an itchy nuisance, fleas are a health hazard to animals and humans alike. Fleas carry diseases, Anemia, dermatitis and harmful parasites, like tapeworms, are just a few to name. It's not only kind but important...

Pet Identification Tags And The Internet The greatest fear of most pet owners is that there is a chance the family pet will get lost, and not be returned. But many of these same pet owners fail to take the necessary precautions needed to safeguard their pets. By simply overlooking the...

Pet Nutrition Basics for Dogs & Cats Good Nutrition is just as essential for your petís health as it is for your own health. Your pet needs a balanced diet to help keep him healthy. Unlike humans, your petís daily diet is the same day to day. For this reason your pet must meet all...

Pet Owner Are The Majority Population In The U.S. According to recent statistics, an astounding 65% of all U.S. household have at least one pet, and in many of these homes, their pets are considered part of the family. With so many homes containing pets, it is no wonder that so many laws have been...

Pet Pampering Business is Booming Pet Pampering Business is Booming by Sharon Glorsky http://SheratonLuxuries.com It's no secret that Americans love their pets. In fact, we spend billions of dollars every year on feeding, grooming, and vet visits, as well as toys and other...

Pet Safety Your home might be "kid-proof" but how does it measure up when it comes to safety for your pet? Do you know all the hazards your pet is exposed to? How about what plants are poisonous and what foods should be avoided? Caring for your pet is more...

Pet Services Are A Multi-Billion-Dollar Industry There are many of us who consider our pets as part of the family, and this is evidenced by a recent statistic that states 65% of all U.S. homes own at least one pet. Along with this increase in pet ownership comes the need for services tailored for...

Pet Tracking Devices It was the Saturday morning of August 20, 2004 and my two kids saying that they couldnít find our cat Nala anywhere waked me up. I didnít pay much attention, because it was common for her to find a new hiding spot and sleep there for hours. Hours...

Pets get diabetes too Just like humans pets can suffer from diabetes mellitus too. By a simple blood test, called fructosamine, thay can be diagnosed, and then under the care of your veterinary surgeon, often treated succesfully. Fructosamines are stable complexes of...

Protecting the smallest member of your family: A step-by-step guide to pet insurance Letís face it Ė Fido and Fluffy are an important part of your family. Do you want to have to assign a dollar value to them if they become sick or injured? That may well be the case if you donít have pet health insurance. Rising veterinary costs...

Quickstart Guide to Making Your Own Pet Food at Home As a pet owner, no doubt you want to give your dog or cat the best care possible. And caring for your pet means feeding him the best diet you can. By making your own pet foods, you'll be saving money, up to 80%. And to top it off, it's easy; making...

RecoveryPets.Com Dispels The Myths In a recent discussion about pet safety, the services provided by a website entitled RecoveryPets.Com was compared to microchips and tattoos, and were they a better option to providing identification for pets. During this discussion a lot of...

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