5 Tips For Feeding A Happy, Healthy DogWritten by Mark Eckenrode
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5. Give him some green.
Your dog needs a well-balanced diet, and best way to accomplish that is through a wide variety of ingredients. Did you know that many dogs love veggies? In fact, if your dog likes to nibble on grass, he may appreciate some of veggie-oriented recipes in cookbook. Give it a shot and see what you – and your dog – think. After all, worst that could happen is an improvement in your pooch’s health!
The only set rule in feeding your pup is to make sure his meals satisfy unique nutritional requirements any dog has. You don't have to stick to bag or can, and you don't have to spend hours slaving away in kitchen. Making dishes for your dog can be a family event, and nothing expresses gratitude better than a big, sloppy, wet kiss. "180 Delicious Gourmet Dog Food Recipes" features a huge array of delectable treats made to please any pup... but you'll be amazed at how many you can eat, too! It's a great starting point for any well-rounded nutritional plan for your dog. You'll both be happy you made investment!
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Mark Eckenrode is a lover of dogs, his own is named Ryker. Mark is also the creator of an amazing website that offers free step-by-step tips on how to spoil your dog, cook up delicious dog recipes, insights into health, and communicating with your dog… http://www.DogMatters.com
"How To Keep Your Cat Healthy - Your Guide to Cat Diseases and Conditions, and How to Cure Them"Written by NS Kennedy
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Panleukopenia is a condition in which a cat's white blood cell count drops dramatically. Since white blood cells are vital to cat's defense against disease, this condition leaves cats vulnerable to deadly infections. The virus is transmitted via body secretions. Feces are particularly common transmitters. It can be carried in water or on shoes.
Panleukopenia is often referred to as a number of different terms, such as
* Panleukopenia (often shortened to "Panleuk" in verbal discussion) * FPV (Feline Panleukopenia Virus OR Feline Parvo Virus) * FP (Feline Panleukopenia) * Feline Distemper * Feline Infectious Enteritis * Feline Infectious Gastroenteritis * Feline Agranulocytosis * Cat Plague * Cat fever * Show fever * Psuedomembranous Enteritis * Maladie du jeune chat * Feline Typhus * Feline Tyfoid * Colibacillosis * Agranulocytosis
Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) causes a variety of diseases, one of which is leukemia, or cancer of white blood cells. Infected cats often appear healthy in early stages of disease. The illness may take months or years to cause death. For a long time, FeLV was most fatal disease among cats. Today, although vaccinations are available to protect cats from this disease, it continues to be a leading cause of death, as there is no treatment.
FeLV is usually transmitted through cat fighting with each other. Because large quantities of FeLV are shed in puncture wounds and cat saliva associated with fighting result in injection of PeLV into other cats. Other less frequent routes of viral spread include sharing food and water bowls, cats grooming each other, and transmission from mother to kittens before birth.
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