• Dos and Don'ts of Proper Dog Care

    Dogs and humans have a long history together. In ancient times, domesticated dogs were often used as aides for game-hunting. Centuries down the line, domestic dogs and their masters have grown from hunting buddies to best friends. You need to take proper care of your canine friend if he or she is to remain in good health. But what exactly does proper care entail? Because it's not possible to exhaust all aspects of 'proper dog care' in a single sitting, here are a few dos and don'ts.
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  • How To Prepare Your Diabetic Dog For A Stay In Boarding Kennels

    If your dog has diabetes that is controlled with drug therapy, placing him in boarding kennels while you go away can be stressful for both you and your pet.  However, there are some preparatory steps that you can take to help make his stay problem-free.  Read on to find out more. Booking your dog into kennels A good boarding kennels should ask you if your dog has any health issues at the time of booking.
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  • Coccidiosis and Backyard Chickens

    Coccidiosis is a potentially fatal condition that affects backyard chickens, with newborn chicks being particularly susceptible.  Although it's a relatively common problem, coccidiosis can be prevented by good flock and environmental management.  Read on to find out how to keep your chooks safe from coccidiosis.  What causes coccidiosis? Coccidiosis is caused by microscopic protozoan organisms called coccidia.  Coccidia live in the soil that forms the floor of chicken runs and coops, proliferating readily during spells of wet weather.
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