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  • Buying Discount Pet Supplies, the Online Way By:-Jade Williams
    Online shopping of discount pet supplies is the latest craze today. Not only will you buy supplies from a wider variety of brands or manufacturers but you can also order for the ones that are custom made for your own lovely pet. The most amazing fact of which is to know that these discount pet supplies are among the cheapest.
  • Dog Training Pads – A Must Have For Your Dog By:-Kimberly White
    Any dog lover would want to have his pet inside the house. Having to share each activity and experience inside the house with your dog makes the owner happy and a lot less lonely. Unfortunately, bringing the dog in would also mean bringing in the dog poop and urine.
  • How to Care For a Snake Pet By:-Jade Williams
    Caring for snake is easy and it can be effectively done. We just need to be careful about getting the basics right. First, we need enclosures; the size of the enclosures would ...
  • Natural Remedies for Canine Urinary Tract Infections (UTI) By:-Kimberly White
    UTI or urinary tract infection is very common both in humans and in dogs. The symptoms of this disease in your pets are very much the same as it is in you. More often than not, this disease is caused by bacteria such as the E. coli. If left untreated, UTI may develop into a disease of the kidney that could otherwise cause death to your pet.
  • Can Mange Affect Dogs and Humans? By:-Kimberly White
    If you suspect that your dog is suffering from mange, you should do something about it immediately. As a responsible pet owner, you cannot just leave your dog to the mercy of these microscopic parasites that could thrive, duplicate, and infest the skin and hair of your dog. In just a matter of a few days, you will see that your dog's hide would be red from itchiness and its hair would start to fall off.
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