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The 5 Best Treats for Cats

We all love special treats, and cats are no exception. Cat treats are wonderful as rewards for taking medicine, to conceal the medicine itself, for special applications such as dental treats or hairball treats, for clicker-training, or for sprinkling on regular food to entice a sick cat to eat.These are our top picks for favorite treats....

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Understanding the Costs of Veterinary Care

You bring your dog to the vet for a routine visit or mild illness. You are there for 30-60 minutes and leave with medication. When you go to check out, you are shocked at the total of your bill. How can it possibly cost so much?!Do you think your veterinarian charges too much? Sorry to break it to you, but you might be wrong....

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Marineland Magnum 350 Canister Filter Product Review

This compact, lightweight, alongside tank multi-purpose canister filter is a true workhorse. Suitable for mechanical and chemical filtration, its versatile systems design also allows you to connect the output to a BIO-Wheel PRO for wet/dry biological filtration if desired. Having purchased three Magnum 350& 39;s over a 10 year period, we have used ours primarily for mechanical aquarium filtration or cleaning purposes in various ways over the years....

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Alaskan Klee Kai: Dog Breed Profile

The Alaskan Klee Kai is a tiny dog that looks just like a miniature Husky but was developed only in the 1970s by crossing a Husky with smaller breeds. High-energy and alert, this breed is quite the handful compared to similarly sized toy dogs. Like many other northern breeds and small dogs, the Alaskan Klee Kai is quite the barker....

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Choosing an English Saddle Pad or Numnah

English saddle pads come in many different materials, shapes, and design. Some are traditional white, while others come in wild colors and patterns. Here& 39;s how to choose the right pad for you and your horse.There are a few basic shapes of pads to choose from. A full pad is almost square. A shaped pad is roughly the same shape as the saddle....

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DNAffirm Dog Breed DNA Test Review: A Very Budget Option

Unless you’re 100 percent sure you have a purebred dog, you’ve probably wondered exactly what his or her genetic makeup is. That’s where DNA tests like the DNAffirm Dog Breed DNA Test come in handy. By swabbing your dog’s mouth and mailing the sample to a lab, you can find out the breed makeup of your dog....

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Before You Buy an Aquarium Heater

Most experienced saltwater aquarists know that using an inexpensive, poorly constructed tank heater can quickly lead to a disaster by either allowing the tank to chill, or worse yet, over heat. Not only will a heater that fails to turn off & 34;cook& 34; your tank critters, it can also cause an electrical fire in your home....

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Van Ness Giant Cat Litter Pan Review: Almost Scatter-Proof

You and your cat might not agree on this one. With so many feature-rich litter boxes out there—with antimicrobial materials, charcoal filters, invisible privacy hoods, and self-cleaning—a straightforward open litter box like the Giant High-Sided Cat Litter Pan from Van Ness isn’t likely to be a cat owner’s dream box....

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The 25 Cutest Cats You Can Follow Online

It’s a well-established fact that cats rule the internet, so it makes perfect sense that you can now keep up with the cat napping, box-sitting antics of some of your favorite felines on their very own social media pages.If Your Cat Could Text, They Would Say ThisSome of these pages are really popular, and the fact that cats like these have amassed such huge followings is pretty impressive, especially considering that cats have neither the ability to take a photograph (darn non-opposable thumbs!...

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Can Dogs Eat Broccoli?

It may be hard to get your four-year-old to eat their broccoli, but your four-legged family member would probably love to get their paws on the popular tree-like vegetable. The good news is that dogs can eat both cooked and raw broccoli, as long as there are no seasonings or oils added. However, this vegetable should always be given in very small quantities because the florets contain isothiocyanates, which can cause gastric irritation in dogs....

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15 Gifts for Horse Lovers

Riding horses is more than a hobby—it’s a lifestyle. Upon admiring their strength, beauty, and charming personalities, falling in love with these animals is simply unavoidable. Having one as a pet creates an unshakable bond.There’s no better way to show your love for everything equestrian than sporting stunning horses on your person at all times or incorporating the beauties into your home decor....

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9 Hungarian Dog Breeds

At the foot of the Carpathian mountains, native Hungarian dog breeds have shaped the daily lives of the native peoples for more than a thousand years. The nine breeds fall into three primary types: guard dogs, hunting dogs, sheepherding dogs. The Vizsla, Wirehaird Vizsla, Komondor, Kuvasz, Agar, Transylvania hound are the larger breeds, while the trio of smaller Puli, Pumi, and Mudi breeds round out Hungary’s canines....

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Can Dogs Eat Honey?

Rich in natural sugars as well as certain vitamins and minerals that are believed to provide an array of medicinal properties, honey is frequently used as a health supplement for both people and pets due to its anti-microbial and anti-fungal properties, which are said to reduce inflammation and fight bacteria, treat everything from stomach ulcers and sore throats, and even help minimize allergies....

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Saltwater Aquariums Charts, Tables, Diagrams and More

Displayed as images, this index contains a collection of all the charts, tables, diagrams and more original content we have put together over the years!In the table above, the top row indicates the length of the tank, the left vertical column indicates the depth (height) of the tank. To determine the glass thickness to use for constructing your tank, find the length of the tank in the top row (indicated in feet and cm - centimeters), then follow that column down until you reach the height of the tank (indicated in inches and cm)....

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74 Celebrity Dog Names

It& 39;s no secret that we love to know every detail about celebrity lives—including what they name their dogs. These celebrity dog names are the perfect starting point when you& 39;re naming your own pet and are in need of some starry inspiration. Celebs love to post their dogs on social media, take them on red carpet runways, or even enjoy a casual Saturday stroll in the park....

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76 Funny Names for Cats

Cats are a unique animal to have as a pet—it& 39;s debatable whether you own them or they own you. But one thing is for certain: they don& 39;t name themselves. So make the most of your opportunity to pick a funny cat name for your feline friend.With a lively personality, hilarious antics, and mischievous behavior, it& 39;s no wonder that funny cat names are a top-trending option for naming your pet....

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84 Great Names for German Shepherds

German shepherds are one of the most popular dog breeds, and for good reason. These dogs are loyal, intelligent, athletic, and striking to look at. While picking your perfect pooch might have been easy, selecting the best German shepherd name might be more of a challenge. Here are some great names for German shepherds, including girl names, boy names, auto-inspired names, and unique names....

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13 Cute Curly-Haired Dog Breeds

Curly-haired dog breeds are often popular for their low-shedding coats and distinctive appearance. Many (but not all) of these breeds also happen to be hypoallergenic as well.Many curly-haired dog breeds were developed for sporting use, since the tight curls served as good insulation for water-retrieving activities....

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Kribensis (Pelmatochromis, aka Dwarf Rainbow Cichlid)

The Kribensis has been one of the anomalies of the Tropical Fish World for generations! It was first discovered in 1871 and named Pelmatochromis sbocellatus, then the same Biologist Dr. Günter discovered it again in 1871 but a slightly different version and called it Pelmatochromis subocellatus subocellatus Günter....

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Breeding the Dwarf Egyptian Mouthbrooder

The Egyptian Mouthbrooder it is also referred to as the Haplochromis multicolor mouthbreeder. However, even though the descriptions of the fish are almost identical and I believe them to be the same fish, depending on the source you research, and how old that source is both names are correct.One thing is certain, you must make sure you get the Dwarf Egyptian Mouthbrooder, or they may list it Mouthbreeder, the one with the mature size of 3 – 3....

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