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How To Be Physically Away Yet Economically Closer To Your Pet Cat

How To Be Physically Away Yet Economically Closer To Your Pet Cat | Petcarestore | Scoop.it
Are you cringing at the thought of leaving your cat alone? Is your cat interfering with your travel plan? Your cat may be quite independent but that does not mean that your cat is not going to feel...
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The Bark Spring 2014

The Bark Spring 2014 | Petcarestore | Scoop.it
With this Spring issue, we return to what made The Bark special when we began publishing almost two decades ago. We’ve often been called The New Yorker for dog lovers, probably because we tend to favor well-crafted, long form narrative essays and expository journalism. An essay, “Is It Time?” by Suzanne Roberts is the perfect example; when considering that question, the one we all dread, a longer treatment works best. As a perfect complement to Roberts’ piece, Katherine Goldberg, DVM, shares her experience as a hospice-care practitioner. It’s never easy to be confronted with the questions raised in these stories, but we believe you will be better equipped to do so after reading them. John Woestendiek tackles another question we all grapple with in “Finding Dr. Right”; as background, we asked you to tell us what you thought of your vets, what they might be missing and what they got just right.

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zeldas song's curator insight, March 1, 2014 4:27 PM

Page 51 is a lovely article on Saying Goodbye...and how vets are now recognizing the role of palliative care as an option.  I wish I had had that option with Zelda....I could have spared her the experience of the cancer treatment that just killed her.  Also, see Zelda's Song at the end of the article.

Lee Brewer's curator insight, March 2, 2014 1:55 PM

This could be a fun magazine to look into to!

Lee

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Dog Grooming

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Dog grooming is not at all a tough job. And one need not think that you need to spend your savings on your dog. Keeping a hygiene environment is what’s most important for you and for your pets as well.

Visit us for best dog grooming kit at:

http://www.petcarestore.in/dog-products/grooming-products/grooming-tools.html

 

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Is Online Pet Medication Cheap-Facts Revealed

Is Online Pet Medication Cheap-Facts Revealed | Petcarestore | Scoop.it
Maintaining a pet can become tough for a pet parent at times. Most pet lovers would agree with what I say. With the health care cost for pets increasing, each trip to the vet becomes a costly affai...
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Tips to Choose Cat Food

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Tips to Choose Cat Food :->

 

•    Understand the basic nutritional requirements of cat: Meat, poultry or fish for the protein source, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, taurine (essential amino acid) and water are the basic nutrient requirements of your furry friend. They don’t really need carbohydrates but corn, rice or wheat products can be given for a feeling of fullness.

•    About canned foods: Don’t keep canned foods out of the can at all, not even for short time. Canned cat food is particularly helpful to add water intake in its diet as many cats don’t go for drinking water by themself on a regular basis.

•    Try variety foods: Eating same food daily is boring for us so, how our felines will enjoy it? Giving different food will make it enjoy its food with pleasure and prevent it from becoming finicky. You should give a combination of canned food and dry food accompanied with some healthy treats. It is also observed that it may develop some allergies if given same food day in day out.

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Knowing The Virtues Of A Dog Collar

Knowing The Virtues Of A Dog Collar | Petcarestore | Scoop.it
The first time I ever got attracted to a dog collar was in the park near my house. It was worn by a Pomeranian. I would not have noticed it but for its beautiful color. The color was a mixture of a...
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