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January 28, 2008

Common Eye Problems in Dogs and Cats

Veterinary Pet Insurance lists most common eye problems it see in claims in dogs and cats
July 24, 2007

Dog Food Recalled Due to Risk of Botulism Poison

Here we go agian, Castleberry’s Food Co., of Augusta, Ga., as has been reported recalled of some of its canned meat products - chili foods etc. that may contain clostridium botulinum. They now are recalling pet food they make.
July 20, 2007

AKC's Sets Date for Responsible Dog ownership day

With all the news this month about the Atlanta Falcons quarterback Mike Vick being investigated in a dog fight club scandal - all pet owners need to become more involoved with supporting responsible dog ownership
July 19, 2007

Eukanuba Announces 15 Most Beautiful Breeds

Eukanuba and Gatsby Publications Announced voter poll picking most beautiful dog breeds.
March 23, 2007

Pet Food Found to Contain Rat Poison

Rat poison was found in the pet food suspected of causing kidney failure that killed at least 16 cats and dogs.
March 22, 2007

Recall of Pet Foods Manufactured by Menu Foods, Inc.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been informed that Menu Foods, Inc., a private-label pet food manufacturer based in Streetsville, Ontario, Canada, is recalling all its "cuts and gravy" style dog and cat food produced at its facility in Emporia, Kansas between December 3, 2006 and March 6, 2007. The products are sold in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
June 20, 2006

Fish Bowl Basics

If you want to keep a fish in a small fishbowl, choose as large of a bowl as possible. The larger the bowl, the healthier your fish will be.
December 17, 2005

Selecting the Proper Heater for Your Specific Application

How do you select the right heater for your aquarium? There is an easy rule of thumb that should be used when you decide to build a tank. Choose a heater that would is between 3 to 5 watts per gallon of water that will be in the tank.
December 8, 2005

Reptile and Amphibian Population Decline Report

Researchers around the world are reporting marked declines in the abundance of many amphibian species, including frogs. People have also reported declines of local amphibian populations with which they have personal experience. We have heard quotes such as, "I don't hear frogs calling along the river as I did 20 years ago," or "When I was a kid, we went down to the pond and caught frogs all the time; now you rarely see one." There is no doubt that these observations are accurate. There have b
December 8, 2005


As it is for us, our pets are what they eat. Whenever possible, try to make your pet's diet consist of or be supplemented by fresh, live foods. And when raising these feeder animals yourself, the better diet and care you provide for them, the more benefits for your own pet. Here are some brief how-to's for raising your own feeder foods.
October 27, 2005

Costs of Pet Ownership

Before you bring that lovable critter home for good, there are a few things you should consider. The little things, if you will. Food and collars are only two of a whole litany of costs that the average pet owner will incur within a year. You need to be ready to care for that new companion in all the ways he/she needs. We've compiled a list of expected annual costs for your new friend.
October 27, 2005

Full Spectrum Fluorescent Lights

This section is primarily for diurnal (daylight living) reptiles. Reptiles that are active at night have developed different ways of processing vitamin D. However, you cannot really go wrong if you maintain a full spectrum lighting system for any reptile you own. I have a house gecko that has a full spectrum light. I rarely see it during the day – but every so often it is out and I would believe the light is beneficial.
October 27, 2005

Spay and Neuter

In two New York counties alone, an estimated 800 cats and dogs are euthanized each year, due to overpopulation and lack of homes. Many more are callously dropped off at farms and other rural areas
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