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What is Azithromycin for Cats Used to Treat?

I John Foxx/Stockbyte/Getty ImagesYou might have taken azithromycin for a bacterial infection. It& 39;s a common medication used for people and pets. While it& 39;s not actually approved for use in cats and dogs by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, veterinarians are permitted to use it & 34;off-label& 34; for their feline and canine patients.
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Green Iguana Care

The green iguana ( Iguana iguana ) is one of the most popular reptiles in the pet trade. It is also one of the most difficult to keep successfully. Prior to the purchase of an iguana, the cage, or the cage accessories, one should make every effort to learn about these lizards and their very specific needs.
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Do Dogs & Cats Play Nicely Together?

I Janie Airey/Lifesize/Getty ImagesAren& 39;t videos of dogs and cats playing together cute? Wonder why they don& 39;t fight like, well, cats and dogs? If properly introduced at younger ages, your canine and feline companions are more likely to live in harmony. It& 39;s your job to referee.Survey Says .
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What is Anesthesia for Dogs?

Anesthesia is the total loss of feeling or sensation. It is primarily associated with the loss of painful sensations, which allows surgery or procedures to be performed without causing pain to the dog. There are different types of anesthesia commonly used in dogs. Local anesthesia is rendering a local area of tissue or a part of the body insensitive to pain or sensation.
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What Works for Dogs with Smelly Gas?

I Chris Amaral/Digital Vision/Getty ImagesGas—flatulence, as it& 39;s properly called—can be caused by a number of things, most of them involving diet. Although gas itself is not dangerous, bloat caused by excess gas could be a medical emergency, so don& 39;t delay in taking your doggie to the vet if he gets bloated.
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How to Make Snow Shoes for Dogs

I John Foxx/Stockbyte/Getty ImagesDog footwear protects against dry air, cold temperatures, road salt and sharp, icy edges, the combination of which can lead to raw, cracked paw pads. To make snow shoes for your dog, you& 39;ll need a few simple supplies.Step 1Trace the outline of your dog& 39;s front foot on paper with a marker.
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