Tri Joint Yums Dog Joint Health Antioxidant Supplement

Has your dog shown one or more of the following signs? Had some difficulty with getting up in the morning? Was reluctant to jump up on the couch, bed or to get in the car? Had any episodes of limping or lameness? Growled or whined when you touched his legs or back? If your pet […]

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Are You Stressing Your Cat Out?


What in the world could possibly stress out a cat? They have their every need met by their faithful human servants, and are blessed with the freedom to do whatever they want with their days, whether it’s sleeping on the sofa, sunbathing in a windowsill, or playing with their favorite toys. To us, with our […]

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Trying to Understand Cytauxzoonosis in Cats and How It Kills


Cytauxzoonosis is the name of the disease caused by a protozoan (one-celled) parasite, Cytauxzoon felis. It is a tick-borne disease that is most often fatal.

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Family Dog Keeps Lost Three-Year-Old Child Safe Until Rescue Arrives


The loyal dog was resting on top of the child who was asleep. The actions of the hero dog kept the small child warm and dry from the rain.

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I’m Willing to Bet That Your Cat Hates Her Litter Box — Here’s Why


Too many litter boxes ignore the needs of the cat. Here’s what’s wrong with them, and how to find the perfect box.

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Rabies case in horse at Texas roping event sparks warning – Focus – Horsetalk.co.nz


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A confirmed case of rabies in a horse which attended a recent team roping event in Mineral Wells, Texas has prompted a call for members of the public who may have had contact with the animal to see their doctor.

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Amazon.com: A. Crowe’s review of Wild Bird Window Feeder – Clear Acrylic w/…

Another happy customer wrote – I bought it to entertain my cat. He sits on his tower in front of the window and watches birds all day. So cute.

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Cuteness Overload: Protective Corgi Becomes Best Friends with Baby

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Cuteness Overload: Protective Corgi Becomes Best Friends with Baby
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By Courtney Temple February 13, 2014 at 03:56PM / (1) comments

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We all heard the saying, ‘Dogs are a man’s best friend,’ well now we can confidently say that a bond between a baby and dog is just as strong.

A man named Chris Lowe and his wife Miriam had several concerns about how their Corgi, Wilbur, would react to their new baby girl, Claire. However, it turns out they …

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GBBC | Great Backyard Bird Count

Everyone’s favorite midwinter bird count is happening this February 14-17, and for the second year in a row it’s open to anyone, anywhere in the world. The Great Backyard Bird Count is a free event now in its 17th year, and by participating you’re helping give scientists their biggest, broadest single-moment snapshot of bird populations. Last year nearly 138,000 people participated, counting 33.4 million birds and 4,258 species. A newly redesigned website is full of great features like a gorgeous display for your photo submissions, how-to materials, data exploration tools, and tricky bird ID help

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Watch a Fluffy Albatross Chick Grow Up on Our Newest Cam

It may not seem like nesting season to most of us, but it is for Laysan Albatrosses in the Hawaiian islands. Our Bird Cams began streaming the action from a nest on Kauai last week, just as a little gray-and-blond chick emerged from its shell. By July this chick–which weighed less than a glass of water at hatching–will grow into a bulky brown-and-white bird with a nearly seven-foot wingspan. To raise their chick, the two parents will range across the Pacific, traveling as far as Alaska or Japan to bring back meals of digested squid. The camera captures incredible details of the birds’ plumage–including the soft, almost airbrushed shading of the adults’ faces and the frizzy down of the chick. Watch the cam (If you see a dark screen, bear in mind that dawn in Hawaii is at around noon Eastern time, or 9 a.m. on the West Coast.)

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