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38180
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The coexistence of animals can be both good and bad. While a cat used for hunting mice and rats on a farm may get the occasional quail, the quail eggs can be transported to a different area where a hen will sit dutifully on them until hatched.
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38193
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Multiple minor and major accidents can happen to dogs when outside; first aid for common ailments is provided so the dog can hopefully make a full recovery.
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38224
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Dogs have been a part of human history for thousands of years. The relationship between mankind and dog has been friend, helper, hunter, and more.
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38671
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Rabies can wreak havoc on animals and humans alike; this article explains the causes, effects, and preventative measures that can be associated with the rabies virus.
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38753
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Dogs, especially when used for hunting, will perform better when they are properly fed and exercised.
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38749
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The spread of rabies can be easily deterred by annually inoculating household pets, such as dogs and cats.
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38762
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Nutrition and diet is very important for any household pet, and so is the prevention or eradication of internal parasites. In dogs, these include parasites such as heartworm and tapeworm. The most common types of parasites found in the South are briefly summarized.
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38767
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Skin diseases on pets can be caused from parasites, such as fleas and ticks, or non-parasitic factors, such as allergies of lack of nutrition. Common factors, symptoms, and treatments are all included.
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38802
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A variety of mishaps can happen to your dog when they are outside, especially if they are used for hunting purposes. These can range from minor cuts to poisonous snake bites, fractures, or poisoning. Some basic first aid knowledge can save your dog’s life.