Thursday, February 28, 2013

My pet HATES The Vet! What should I do?

It's that time of the year again! The dreaded vet office check up with Mr. Fluffy...

Regardless if you have a laid back Golden Retriever or a spastic Weimaraner no one likes to go to the vet...

No one.


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Monday, February 25, 2013

Favorite Family Dog Breeds

At the veterinary office as a nurse I saw a lot of great variety of dog breeds! I want to go over my top three favorite dog breeds for families!

I think it's important for a family to really investigate the kind of dog they adopt.

Not all dogs are good with children.

Some dog breeds will be more prone to dealing with children poking and tugging at them without getting agitated and wanting to bite.

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Sunday, February 17, 2013

Fleas


Signs your pet has fleas:
Itching a lot or a little!
Stopping from playing to itch
Red bumps on belly/stomach (Allergic reaction to flea bites)
Whining while itching
Dirt like dander (Put on wet paper towel and if it turns red that is the flea's poop!)

You do NOT want your pet to get fleas! It will infest your pet and your home! Prevention is key.

Fleas are serious business! Fleas are blood sucking poop creating grossly multiplying creatures who not only infest your pet but infest your home! Some fleas carry tapeworm and when your pet eats a flea while trying to relieve themselves from itching it will infest your pet!


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Saturday, February 16, 2013

The Harlem Shake Number 1 On iTunes

It's no denying that Youtube is full of exciting trends that bring us together through video form. This week's fab?
The Harlem Shake

After learning about this trend I discovered the true unique-ness about this one unlike any other. For some reason the 'original' video hardly beats the competitor's remake videos in views. In some cases remakes have more views but how is that so?
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