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Trim Dog's Nails

How to Trim Your Dog’s Nails

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Don't feel bad if you're are a pet owner, and you have no idea how to trim your dog's nails. Nail trimming is an essential aspect of the basic needs of your furry companion.A...
Hare

Hare

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Hares are furry animals that are closely related to rabbits. They are leporids from the Lepus genus. Hares are also categorized in the same family as rabbits.They can easily be mistaken for Rabbits because...
Whetu Kiwi (Bird)

Kiwi (Bird)

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Kiwi is a flightless bird that's native to New Zealand. It is from the genus, Apteryx, and the Apterygidae family.The kiwi is similar in size to a domestic chicken. Unlike other ratites, it is...
Peregrine Falcon

Peregrine Falcon

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The peregrine falcon is scientifically known as Falco peregrinus. In the olden days, it was referred to as the duck hawk. It's a predatory bird that originated from a family of raptor birds.The bird...
Emu

Emu

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Emu is a vertebraic terrestrial animal belonging to the ratite family of birds. Ratite family, which also includes ostriches, kiwi, cassowaries, and rheas, are known to be among the largest birds in the world...
Portuguese Water Dog

Portuguese Water Dog

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The Portuguese water dog is characterised as a medium-sized dog that has a soft and fluffy layer of coat that only sheds minimally.This makes this breed a favourite for individuals who suffer from allergies....
Barbet Dog

Barbet Dog

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A medium-sized birding breed, the Barbet (pronounced bar-bay) is possibly best known for its distinctive, curly coat and beard at the muzzle. Barbets were bred hundreds of years ago as a water dog to...
United States Laws on Exotic Pets

United States Laws on Exotic Pets

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The United States is blessed with wild and exotic pets that are guided by laws that specify if an animal is banned, allowed, or need specific authorization.Some states allow exotic pets like kangaroo or...
White Oak

White Oak

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White oak, also referred to as Quercus alba, is one of the predominant hardwoods that dominates the central and eastern parts of North America.It can also be found in parts of Quebec, Ontario, Minnesota,...
Enzootic Abortion

Enzootic Abortion: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

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Enzootic abortion, also known as chlamydiosis, is a contagious disease common in Angora goats and sheep. It is caused by a pathogen that is known as Chlamydia psittaci.Enzootic abortion may occur at any stage...