Proper Dog Care

Written by Aki Desorcy


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**************************************** If fleas or ticks are found onrepparttar body, these should be treated immediately. Ticks can be removed by coveringrepparttar 142811 body in Vaseline so thatrepparttar 142812 tick comes torepparttar 142813 surface to breath; fleas can be dealt with by using special preparations available from your local pet shop or veterinary surgery.

Regular exercise is, of course, important to your dog who should be walked at least once a day, preferably twice. Don't just stick to roads as your dog will enjoy being able to run and play, and vary your route so that he doesn't become bored by his exercise.

Get to know your dog's routines. That way, if you notice any ongoing changes you'll be able to contact your vet for advice. It's always better to make one call too many than to ignore a problem because they rarely disappear without treatment.

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Whatís The Best Diet For A Pregnant Cat?

Written by Marc de Jong


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Gradually start mixing your cat's regular food with this high-quality kitten food you found in your pet store. Add more kitten food every week. Duringrepparttar week of birth your queen should eat only kitten food.

Some breeders also serve raw meat and say thatís good for a pregnant cat as well. However, there is some controversy about this.

About 24 to 48 hours before delivery a pregnant queen will refuse food. Her appetite should return within one day after she gave birth.

Keep her on a kitten food diet untilrepparttar 142810 kittens are weaned.

Journalist Marc de Jong is a long-time cat lover and owner of http://www.cat-pregnancy-report.com - More in-depth information about food for kittens and pregnant cats is found in How To Take Care Of Your Pregnant Cat, his acclaimed ebook on cat pregnancy, birth and kitten care.




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