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Cycling with the dog: the right equipment

Dog keeping Biking with the dog: the right equipment If you want to ride a bike with your dog, you have to be sure that your furry companion is fit for it. If the four-legged friend's health and level of training permit cycling together, you still need the right equipment to make cycling a safe pleasure.
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How to Make Rubber Band Hair Bows for Dogs

You love those cute bows that the groomer puts in Mopsy& 39;s hair, but she doesn& 39;t have to go & 34;bowless& 34; between hair appointments. Even if you& 39;re not a do-it-yourselfer, those little rubber band hair bows are as easy to make as they are to fasten into tufts of your pooch& 39;s fur. All you need is ribbon in assorted colors and a package of small rubber bands you can get from a pet store.
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Cats catch toy butterflies

Playing cats catching toy butterflies The kits cats in the video are always available for new game action. Monkey, Thunder, Cupcake, Roodi and Mamakatze Kami are dealing with a mechanical butterfly this time, whizzing wildly around the house tigers. The Kits Cats take on the fight!
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Bullous Pemphigoid in Dogs

Bullous pemphigoid, or pemphigus, is a rare autoimmune skin disease distinguished by blisters and ulcers on a dog& 39;s skin and/or mucus-lined gum tissues. If left untreated, bullous pemphigoid may be fatal.Disease TypesTwo forms of the disease can affect dogs. Open sores and blisters mark the bullous form in which the onset can be sudden and severe.
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Effects of Buckeye Nuts on Dogs

Buckeyes -- also known as horse chestnuts -- are highly toxic to dogs. The nuts can also pose a choking hazard to dogs.ToxicityBuckeyes contain several toxic chemicals, including aesculin and aescin, a glycoside and a saponin, as well as alkaloids. These chemicals can produce a multitude of different signs in your pooch.
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Strain in the dog: symptoms and treatment

Disease symptoms Strain in the dog: symptoms and treatment A strain in the dog is not uncommon - just like us humans, the four-legged friends can stretch their muscles and injure themselves in the process. For example, when they are playing in the meadow with playmates. The wild catches under the fur noses in particular hurt when they played around with them.
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