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Terramycin for Cats – Clear up Infection

October 4, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Pets
If your poor cat has an eye infection, one of the medications you may be prescribed from your vet is Terramycin. Terramycin for cats can help clear up bacterial infections in the eye, but it is not easy to administer. When you are dealing with putting eye drops in a cat, you may find yourself ...

Neo Poly Dex – Good for You and Your Pet

October 4, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Pets
One of the most common medications prescribed for eye infections in humans is called Neo Poly Dex. Also known as Tobrex eye drops, it can also be successfully used to treat eye infections in cats, dogs and horses. Neo Poly Dex contains the antibiotic called Neomycin, the antibiotic called Polymyxin B and the anti-inflammatory called ...

Blue French Bulldog –Beautiful Pups

September 30, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Pets
If you are looking for a beautiful and perfect pooch, consider the French bulldog. The French bulldog is related the more well known English bulldog and lesser known American bulldog. The French bulldog is a smaller dog and is perfect for those living in a small home or apartment. They are indoor dogs and require ...

Teacup Persian Kittens – Special Care Needed

September 30, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Pets
Persian cats have long been popular, but the Persian market has exploded in recent years after the specially bred teacup Persian kittens began appearing. These teeny cats weigh between 3 and 8 pounds in most cases where a regular cat weighs between 10 and 14 pounds. For those interested, teacup Persian kittens are quite expensive, ...

Non Allergenic Dogs – Best Breeds

September 26, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Pets
If you are a pet lover but you have allergies, you may want to consider looking at non allergenic dogs. These dogs, though not exactly 100 %non allergy causing, are less likely to cause allergic reactions than other dog breeds. There is no dog breed that is totally allergy free and many people are scammed ...

Scottish Fold Kittens – Are Those Really Ears?

September 26, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Pets
If you have ever come across Scottish Fold kittens, you may think they are born with no ears. They certainly have ears, they just have folded ears, which is a genetic mutation in the breed. From the beginning of the breed in 1966, all of the Scottish Fold kittens out there today have one common ...

Poisonous Plants for Dogs- Keep Your Pup Safe

September 2, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Pets
Though it is a wonderful idea to have plants in and around your home, some of them just won’t mix with your pets. If you are a dog owner, knowing a few of the common poisonous plants for dogs can be the difference between a happy, healthy pet or a dog that is very ill ...

Homemade Dog Shampoo – Keep Their Coat Healthy

August 29, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Pets
If you have a dog that has a smelly coat, dry, flaky skin or you simply hate the thought of putting nasty chemicals on your poor pup, you may want to make some homemade dog shampoo. With different types of dog shampoo recipes there will be something to help every skin condition from a smelly ...

Dog Illness Symptom Checker: How to Tell When Your Dog is Ill

August 21, 2011 | Author: | Posted in Pets
When your dog is sick, he works hard at convincing everyone around him that everything is OK.  It’s a behavior that comes from when dogs were still wild; an animal that’s obviously sick or injured or has dog illness symptoms is prime prey for something, even when he himself is a predator.  Even though you’re ...