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  • American Pit Bull Terrier

    American Pit Bull Terrier

    the American kennel club have a breeding standard. Although historically there are two varieties of this dog the white and the colored. They have been regarded as different dogs since 1936, and the American bull terrier is now a white dog. The white breed did become fashionable about 1860 when it was first bred. It was actually bred as a...

     
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  • The Right Collar For Your Cat

    The Right Collar For Your Cat

    Cats are beautiful, elegant animals that often have something of a regal air about them. At the same time, they can be fickle and unruly. If you are interested in getting your cat to wear one of the many luxury cat collars out there, you will need to train them from a young age. There are many different types of...

     
  • Are You Ready to Own a Dog?

    Are You Ready to Own a Dog?

    If you’ve got children in your house, you’ve no doubt heard the familiar sing-song question, “Can we please get a puppy?” And if you’re like most parents you probably replied with a firm, “Well who do you think is going to take care of that puppy?” It’s a fair question that’s definitely worth unpacking. After all, pet ownership is a...

     
  • Best Cat Litter

    Best Cat Litter

    In the beginning there was clay, and clay and oh look more clay for the little box for all cats. But oh look a new age in designer cat litter, from fancy pearl looking beads that would be really nice in an aquarium to the flushable trees that is suppose to be environmentally safe to recycled newspaper and more. From...

     
  • Why You Should Spay and Neuter Your Pets

    Why You Should Spay and Neuter Your Pets

    The topic that is constantly stressed with all Humane Societies when you adopt your feline. Why you wonder is so important on this. The reason is simple, cats multiply like rabbits. And more and more stray cats get killed, abandoned and even stranded and left to starve to death. We expect cats to fend for themselves sometimes at too young...

     
  • FUS – Feline Urological Syndrome in Cats

    FUS – Feline Urological Syndrome in Cats

    What is FUS ? FUS – Feline Urological Syndrome also known as Crystals which accumulate fine crystals within the bladder and urethra. Signs Your Cat May Have FUS – Feline Urological Syndrome Straining, discomfort, sometimes bleeding into the urine, and, in male cats, possibly complete obstruction of the urethra so that the cat is unable to urinate. This is only...

     
  • Giardiasis in Cats

    Giardiasis in Cats

    We are just beginning to appreciate the importance of this tiny parasite in causing diarrhea in cats. Signs your cat has Giardiasis This disease is a relatively common, though often undiagnosed, cause of chronic diarrhea, causing loose or watery motions, sometimes with mucus. Causes A single-celled parasite called giardia, that is passed by fecal contamination from cat to cat, particularly in...

     
  • Heart Disease in Cats

    Heart Disease in Cats

    Unlike humans, who most suffer from disease of the coronary arteries, and dogs, that most usually suffer from disease of the heart valves, cats usually suffer from disease of the heart muscle itself, a condition known as cardiomyopathy. Signs Your Cat May Have Heart Disease The main sign shown by a cat with a cardiomupathy is labored respiration caused by...

     
  • Kidney Disease in Cats

    Kidney Disease in Cats

    The kidneys are responsible for eliminating waste products from the body and maintaining fluid balance. Kidney disease is a very significant cause of illness in cats. Signs Your Cat May Have Kidney Disease The first warning is an increased thirst due to an inability to concentrate the urine as efficiently, but as many cats do not drink from a bowl,...

     
  • Liver Disease in Cats

    Liver Disease in Cats

    The liver can be considered as the processing factor of the body, playing an essential role in the cat’s metabolism. Because the cat is a pure carnivore, the liver of the cat has lost the ability to carry out some of the processes that other animals designed to cope with a wider range of foods are able to manage, making...