Scottish Terrier Dogs - Important Facts

Written by Jeff Cuckson


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You should followrepparttar basics for taking care of Scottish Terrier dogs. They are, however susceptible torepparttar 146665 following diseases such as Canine von Willebrand's disease, Scottie Cramp, flea allergy, intervertebral disc diseases, as well as other disorders.

A sage advice for those wanting to joinrepparttar 146666 ranks of Scottish Terriers Dogs owners: give your pet affection and praise. Youíll get it back from your pet, manifold.

(Disclaimer: Any information contained in this site relating to various medical, health and fitness conditions of Westies or other animals and their treatments is for informational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute forrepparttar 146667 advice provided by your own veterinarian. You should not userepparttar 146668 information contained herein for diagnosingrepparttar 146669 health of any animal. You should always consult and check with your own vet or veterinarian.)

I do hope that you have foundrepparttar 146670 article of use to you.

Good health and happiness

Jeff Cuckson webmaster@madaboutwesties.com *************************************** Want To Know How To Have The Healthiest, Happiest and Most Well Behaved Westie You Have Ever Dreamed Of! Then Visit NOW! http://www.madaboutwesties.com ***************************************



Jeff Cuckson webmaster@madaboutwesties.com ************************************** Want To Know How To Have The Healthiest, Happiest and Most Well Behaved Westie You Have Ever Dreamed Of! Then Visit NOW! http://www.madaboutwesties.com ***********************************


Are Your Fish Sick?

Written by Lee Dobbins


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If your fish seem like they are gasping for air, this could be simply due to lack of oxygen inrepparttar water and not necessarily a disease. You could add an airstone to see if that helpsrepparttar 146664 problem. Make sure you do not overcrowdrepparttar 146665 tank with too many fish.

If you see your fish scraping itself againsrepparttar 146666 bottom ofrepparttar 146667 tank orrepparttar 146668 decorations, itís possible that he has a parasite called Flukes. These attackrepparttar 146669 gills and skin and are rather difficult to get rid of once your tank is infected. Again, poor water quality will make this much worse. They do sell medication forrepparttar 146670 tank and you may be able to clear it up if you treatrepparttar 146671 tank atrepparttar 146672 first sign of trouble.

Rotting fins are sometimes seen ifrepparttar 146673 fish is under stress and also ifrepparttar 146674 water quality is substandard. It is a bacteria that is attackingrepparttar 146675 fins and you must treatrepparttar 146676 tank atrepparttar 146677 first sign of this problem. If possible, isolaterepparttar 146678 affected fish to another tank to preventrepparttar 146679 bacteria from spreading.

To insure that you always have healthy fish, you should keeprepparttar 146680 tank clean and religiously perform partial water changes. This will not only keep your fish happy but will make for a better looking tank as well!

Lee Dobbins is a pet lover and owner of http://www.fish-tank-guide.com where you can learn to setup your freshwater aquarium. Find out more about fish disease at http://www.fish-tank-guide.com/fish-disease.html


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