Sneeze Prone? Top 5 Dogs for Allergy Suffers

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It was bit of a traumatic experience for me and I vowed to never own an animal again. population has pet allergies, mainly to dogs and cats. In fact, it has nothing to do with a dog’s fur. What happens is that the dander is released via fluids or gets embedded in the dog’s fur which is then spread in the air and attached on multi-surfaces when a dog urinates, salivates or sheds. guest post pet care

Balanced Nutrition is the Key to a Healthy Diet

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We hear a lot about healthy diets, both for people and for pets. Because we choose the food for our pets, it’s important for us to understand which nutrients are essential to health. Protein helps support lean muscle tissue for adult pets, and for puppies and kittens, protein nourishes growing muscle tissue. If a pet’s diet is too low in protein this could lead to poor growth. Of course with too much fat your pet will have weight gain.

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A Hamster’s Story: The making of a novel

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Emmie loves her pets. His fur is growing mangy and patchy. Grooming his fur. She was never happier playing with the pet. Her mother came and sat next to Emmie while she held Carnie in her lap and petted him. Comforting an eight-year-old while she pets her dying hamster, dripping tears…it is easier to catch a breeze in your hands and return it to its home. guest post pet storiesShe loves her Jack Russell terriers, Opal and Maddie.

When Choosing A Pup, Research ‘Breeds’ Results

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His large pouty eyes, silky fur-coat, and silly little paws on which he fumbled all over the hay-covered kennel, lured me in like a dog to a bone. After talking to the owner of the shelter however, I learned there was more to adopting little Chester, or any pet for that matter, than my love at first bark. While an instant connection is important, she said, there are many other factors to consider before taking your future pet home. guest post pet care

Fizzle’s Story

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Hospice Tails is a series of true stories about my experiences with pets and patients as a hospice social worker. The thin, spider-web scars on her knuckles spoke to intimate experience with hand-to-hand combat. It showed Fizzle, white fur gleaming, red bow in his topknot, sitting on the lap of a woman who, like Barb, looked as if she hadn’t lived an easy life. Hi, I’m Debra Stang , author of Hospice Tails and guest writer for today’s blog.

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