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Soy milk & rice milk okay? by [email protected]
On Sunday, 16 June 2002 08:49:13 UTC+2, wrote: Is it okay to give my cat occasional (weekly) treats of soy milk or rice milk? He really craves it when I use it on my cereal. I wouldn't hesitate except that he is prone to FLUTD, but has not had a blockage in over a...
December 13th 13 04:33 PM
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High Meat Consumption:Are We Becoming Carnivorous? by [email protected]
While researchers and experts are highlighting the importance of diet rich in fruits and vegetables, a new study reveals some shocking news about the human tropic levels (HTL). Trophic levels are usually calculated for animals to des - See more at: http://goo.gl/Q29gzk
December 12th 13 04:30 PM
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Reducing dust from cat litter by Rhino[_3_]
I recently started using supermarket gravel litter for my two cats. They made the switch from their old litter painlessly but I find that this litter produces a fair amount of dust. I find the dust seems to stick in my throat. I'm not having difficulty breathing and have no allergies that I...
December 7th 13 12:44 AM
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The Truth about Carbs by Nikhil Jain
Greek salad with vegan side dishes, by Wendy Do you ever get tired of trendy misinformation? I know I do. Here is the truth about carbohydrates - See more at: https://www.icontrolmyhealth.org/health_blog
December 2nd 13 10:16 AM
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Combining Hill's c/d-s and Uroeze (Ammonium Chloride) by MarkF
I have a question regarding my cat with FLUTD. My cat had two episodes of being blocked so the doctor recommended him eating a prescription food, Hill's c/d-s. The cat would not eat it at all, neither canned nor dry, so instead the doctor recommended that we put Uroeze (Ammonium Chloride) in his...
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December 2nd 13 01:04 AM
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Why Doctors Donít Take Sick Days by Nikhil Jain
THE bottle of Maalox sat perched on the triage desk in the emergency room. It was mint flavor, or maybe lemon ó I donít recall exactly ó but it shimmered temptingly. I had just finished with a new admission, and my stomach had been groaning ominously for hours. It was after midnight, the whole...
December 2nd 13 01:00 AM
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Live Healthy: Prevent Osteoporosis after Menopause by Nikhil Jain
Menopause, the natural cessation of menstruation that usually occurs between the ages of 45 and 55, can increase a womanís risk of developing osteoporosis, a condition in which bones become thin and may fracture easily. Visit:...
December 1st 13 12:10 AM
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High Dietary Acid Increases the Risk of Type 2 Diabetes in Women by Nikhil Jain
According to a recent study published in the journal Diabetologia, a diet rich in acidic foods such as, meat, fish, and soda increases the risk of type 2 diabetes in women. A diet rich in meat, and other acidogenic foods increases the acid load, which can further cause metabolic acidosis ........
December 1st 13 12:06 AM
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Calico female stands on hind legs like a bear by John Doe
My calico female cat likes to stand like a bear on her hind legs. She does that when my hand is above her head, in order to but my hand with her head. Her white female kitten (not the same distinct calico markings, it's dad was a black cat) exhibited the same behavior, getting up on its hind legs...
November 30th 13 02:46 AM
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Dapagliflozin: New Hope for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes by Nikhil Jain
According to a recent study published in the Diabetes Care journal, adding dapagliflozin to sitagliptin monotherapy reduces blood glucose levels in patients with type 2 diabetes. People suffering from type 2 diabetes may sometimes require multiple therapies/combination therapy to manage their...
November 28th 13 07:15 PM
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Seven week old kitten's using 100+ quart Sterilite box for litter box by John Doe
The sides are pretty tall, but they can jump. Seems they already prefer the huge 100+ quart Sterilite box for a litter box. I was using one of those grocery store style maroon litter boxes (Hartz I guess). Had to clean the sides every few days. I guess that proves it stays clean not because of...
November 24th 13 09:23 PM
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Too many stray animals by John Doe
What does your city do about stray animals? I was just told by our "dog pound" that they are short on space. My guess is that they never have enough space. Can the city put a tax on businesses/individuals that sell animals? Maybe they could dedicate that tax revenue to a catch-neuter-release...
November 24th 13 04:24 AM
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Cats love their Skyway by John Doe
http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/ The kittens drew their mother up onto the Skyway (the kittens love it). Before, she did not go up there. I didn't encourage it, because the feral has been totally cramped (she's really weird/paranoid) by our newcomers and needs space. The male kitten...
November 22nd 13 10:03 AM
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Question about skin cancer in white cats by [email protected]
My white cat has developed a darkening of her nose (see other post). I'm told white cats are prone to skin cancer. I never let her outside but she does lay in a sunny window in the morning for hours. The window is a double, with a storm window on the outside. Doesn't that block the dangerous...
November 22nd 13 09:17 AM
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compressed/canned air by John Doe
Another very strong deterrent, used responsibly of course. Not suggesting there are many (if any) good uses, just that it makes a serious impression.
November 19th 13 11:26 AM
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Cats Who Love Vacuum Cleaners by IBen Getiner[_3_]
On Tuesday, October 1, 2013 3:26:56 PM UTC-4, Mack A. Damia wrote: http://www.flixxy.com/cats-who-love-vacuum-cleaners.htm?utm_source=nl -- My kat loves rock and roll. Especially Led Zeppelin played loud! He could often be found on his back less than one foot away from my Pioneer 903s...
November 19th 13 11:24 AM
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Dark, crusty area on nose by [email protected]
My white cat's nose had a small dark spot on it for a couple of months. I couldn't feel anything and didn't worry about it. Recently it got larger and now she has several black spots on top of nose. When I feel them they feel crusty. The side of her nose also is darker. She had acne on her...
November 19th 13 11:21 AM
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TITERS--Dr. W. Jean Dodds Interviews by Kris L. Christine
Dr. Karen Becker's article & interview with Dr. W. Jean Dodds on veterinary antibody titers: http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2013/11/04/antibody-titers.aspx?e_cid=20131104Z1_PetsNL_art_1&utm_source=petnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20131104Z1 "Dr. Dodds...
November 15th 13 11:45 AM
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Dr. W. Jean Dodds' 2013-2014 Feline Vaccine Protocol by Kris L. Christine
http://drjeandoddspethealthresource.tumblr.com/post/66885321280/dodds-cat-vaccination-protocol-2013-2014#.UoQlP_mshcY 2013 and 2014 Feline Vaccination Protocol - W. Jean Dodds, DVM Approximately seven years ago, the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) sponsored and conducted a...
November 14th 13 12:52 PM
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Vaccine Podcasts w/Dr. Ronald Schultz by Kris L. Christine
Dr. Ronald Schultz was a recent guest on 4 Woof Meow shows discussing veterinary vaccines: #1 Vaccinations--Why They are Important, Core Vaccines & Vaccination Schedules...
November 11th 13 11:07 PM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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