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Where Should I Place My Cockatiel's Cage?
Where Should I Place My Cockatiel's Cage?

I Hemera Technologies/AbleStock.com/Getty ImagesLoving, expressive and cuddly cockatiels make exceptional pet birds. Cage placement is one of the key aspects of a happy, healthy cockatiel.Part of the FamilyOne of the biggest aspects of cage placement is making sure your cockatiel can join in on the family happenings while in its cage.

Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV)
Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV)

Overview of Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) Feline leukemia virus, commonly abbreviated as FeLV and called “fe-leuk”, is a viral disease of domestic cats that impairs immune system function and causes some types of cancer. FeLV is transmitted by bite wounds, shared dishes or litter pans, or close contact (grooming).

Token creek dog park
Token creek dog park

A few years ago, I decided to start volunteering with the community in San Diego....

Cat 6060 hydraulic shovel specifications
Cat 6060 hydraulic shovel specifications

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Pyridostigmine (Mestinon®) for Dogs and Cats
Pyridostigmine (Mestinon®) for Dogs and Cats

Overview of Pyridostigmine for Canines and Felines Pyridostigmine, better known as Mestinon®, is an anticholinesterase drug that is used for the treatment of myasthenia gravis and for the reversal of non-depolarizing neuromuscular blocking drugs for dogs and cats. Pyridostigmine belongs to a class of drugs called cholinesterase inhibitors.

Natural Remedies for Skin Problems in Cats
Natural Remedies for Skin Problems in Cats

I cat . image by royaroir from Fotolia.comYour cat is your friend and companion, so when he has a problem, you probably would do whatever you can to fix it. If your cat has dandruff, begins scratching or starts shedding excessively, he may have a skin problem.Common Skin ProblemsOne of the most common skin problems in cats is skin allergies.

Black skin disease in dogs
Black skin disease in dogs

On rare occasions, white, grey, or yellow flecks (spots) are found under the skin, usually around the hairless patch, and these may occur in addition to the round patches of skin. This is called "spots of alopecia."

Joint Effusion (Swelling) in Dogs
Joint Effusion (Swelling) in Dogs

Overview of Canine Joint Effusion (Swelling) Joint effusion is an increase in fluid within the joint space. This increase in joint fluid often leads to a distention of the joint capsule and a swelling of the joint. The general causes of joint effusion include: A traumatic injury to a joint Chronic degenerative joint disease or osteoarthritis Infectious joint disease Immune mediated polyarthritis Breed specific causes of polyarthritis Clotting abnormalities Tumors of the joint capsule or bone What to Watch For Signs of Joint Effusion (Swelling) in dogs may include: Lameness External wounds Fever Anorexia Lethargy Reluctance to move or stand Many animals with joint effusion in multiple joints often have a very stiff gait and appear to be “walking on egg shells.

New beginnings dog rescue
New beginnings dog rescue

What is a New Beginnings dog rescue and what is its purpose.

How to get rid of dog poop smell in house
How to get rid of dog poop smell in house

How to get rid of dog poop smell in house

Second chance for cats
Second chance for cats

I have lived in the south of California most of my life, so I’ve had the opportun...

Masticatory Muscle Myositis (MMM) in Dogs
Masticatory Muscle Myositis (MMM) in Dogs

Overview of Masticatory Muscle Myositis in Dogs Masticatory muscle myositis (MMM) is an inflammatory condition involving the muscles of mastication or chewing in the dog. MMM is caused by an immune-mediated process targeted against specific muscle fibers; the immune system attacks the body's own muscles.