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5 Ways to Deal With Your Pet Allergies
Catie explains the myth of the hypoallergenic pets, and gives you some helpful tips to combat your pet allergies. Additional sources: http://goo.gl/PR0eGd Ask Nick Dodman your question in the comments or if you use the form below, you could be in our live Google+ hangout on 8/27! Ask your question here: http://anmlst.co/DogQuestionz Google+ Hangout Info: http://anmlst.co/DogHangout We're putting out new episodes every day of the week, so please tune in daily and subscribe! Check out more awesome animal content on www.animalist.com Download the new Animalist iOS App: http://anmlst.co/1dILpRb Check out some of Catie's personal YouTube content at: http://www.youtube.com/ANewHopeee Twitter: @catiewayne Facebook: facebook.com/catiexboxxy website: www.catiewayne.com Take a look at all of our other awesome animal shows at http://animalist.com And don't forget to subscribe to Animalist! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=animalistnetwork MORE FUN LINKS FOR YOUR FACES! Twitter: https://twitter.com/animalists Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnimalistNetwork Google+: http://gplus.to/animalist Download the Animalist iOS App: http://anmlst.co/1dILpRb
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Ideal Pets for Kids With Allergies : Treating Allergies
Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowhealth Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowhealth If your kids have allergies, there are a few key types of pets that you're going to want to know more about. Find out about ideal pets for kids with allergies with help from an expert from the Arizona Natural Health Center in this free video clip. Expert: Dr. Laurinda Kwan Bio: Dr. Laurinda Kwan is a licensed naturopathic doctor at the Arizona Natural Health Center. Filmmaker: Brandon Somerton Series Description: Just because you've developed allergies at some point in your life doesn't mean that you have to live with them forever. Get solutions for all of your allergy issues with help from an expert from the Arizona Natural Health Center in this free video series.
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Can Pets Be Allergic to People?
Maybe you have a dog or cat who greets you with a sneezing fit once you walk in the door from work. Is it possible you’re the problem? Check out Blinkist and get 20% your subscription by going to https://www.blinkist.com/scishow We're conducting a survey of our viewers! If you have time, please give us feedback: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SciShowSurvey2017 Hosted by: Stefan Chin ---------- Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ---------- Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters: D.A. Noe, Nicholas Smith, سلطان الخليفي, Piya Shedden, KatieMarie Magnone, Scott Satovsky Jr, Bella Nash, Charles Southerland, Patrick D. Ashmore, Tim Curwick, charles george, Kevin Bealer, Philippe von Bergen, Chris Peters, Fatima Iqbal ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Tumblr: http://scishow.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow ---------- Sources: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2015/04/150411-dogs-cats-allergies-science-pets-animals/ http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2011-07/fyi-why-my-cat-so-sneezy https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4716287/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4269597/ http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/vde.12416/full https://www.livescience.com/32337-is-house-dust-mostly-dead-skin.html
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Why are Some People Allergic to Cats (and are They Also Allergic to Tigers)?
→Subscribe for new videos every day! https://www.youtube.com/user/TodayIFoundOut?sub_confirmation=1 →How "Dick" came to be short for 'Richard': https://youtu.be/BH1NAwwKtcg?list=PLR0XuDegDqP2Acy6g9Ta7hzC0Rr3RDS6q Never run out of things to say at the water cooler with TodayIFoundOut! Brand new videos 7 days a week! In this video: One of its most common behaviors greatly contributes to the domestic cat’s propensity to stimulate an allergic response in some humans – its grooming. When the cat licks itself, it stimulates both its salivary glands as well as sebaceous glands in its skin, all of which produce a protein known as Fel d 1. Another common allergen is Fel d 4, which is primarily expressed via the cat’s saliva. While there are other potential allergens, these two are the primary things that cause an allergic reaction in some humans. (It should also be noted that female cats produce less of these allergens than their male counterparts owing to testosterone increasing production of the offending proteins.) Want the text version?: http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2016/01/people-allergic-domestic-cats-also-allergic-big-cats/
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Ideal Pets for Kids With Allergies : Allergy-Proofing Your Home
Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Ehowhealth Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Ehowhealth If your child has allergies, you don't want to worsen the condition by getting him or her the wrong type of pet. Find out about ideal pets for kids with allergies with help from a medical writer and editor in this free video clip. Expert: Tina St. John Filmmaker: Richard Benton Series Description: Nobody should have to put up with the constant pain and stress of allergies in their home, and luckily you don't have to as long as you take the right precautions. Learn about allergy-proofing your home with help from a medical writer and editor in this free video series.
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Top 10 Animals That Make Great Pets
A house is not a home without a pet. Join http://www.WatchMojo.com as we count down our picks for the top 10 animals that make great pets. For this list, we’re taking a look at the ideal animal companions for people to keep as domesticated pets. Click here to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=watchmojo or visit our channel page here: http://www.youtube.com/watchmojo Also, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) Check us out at http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo, http://instagram.com/watchmojo and http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo. Special thanks to our users 94ejack, ViolaCello, Sam Moyson, Brandon Shipp, Alysia Victoria Parker, Philip Folta, Luis A. Nava Torres, harvey!!!, Tacoson Broli, Jacob French, Marlon Jacques, mac121mr0, codymocciaro@gmail.c and jhwoe6 for submitting the idea on our Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest Check out the voting page here, http://watchmojo.com/suggest/Top+10+Animals+That+Make+Great+Pets If you want to suggest an idea for a WatchMojo video, check out our interactive Suggestion Tool at http://www.WatchMojo.com/suggest :) Want a WatchMojo cup, mug, t-shirts, pen, sticker and even a water bottle? Get them all when you order your MojoBox gift set here: http://watchmojo.com/store/ WatchMojo is a leading producer of reference online video content, covering the People, Places and Trends you care about. We update DAILY with 4-5 Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Versus clips on movies, video games, music, pop culture and more!
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People who can and can't be around cats, pets, allergies, etc. Teal Swan
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Dog eats chocolate, projectile vomits in gross image after festive binge - TomoNews
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA — A gross image of a dog being sick has gone viral and highlighted the dangers of letting your pooch eat chocolate. The boxer named Sofia and another another unnamed dog were rushed to an emergency animal hospital last Christmas after eating more than a kilo of chocolate left under the Christmas tree by owner Daisy Roja, Metro reported. The photo was posted to Facebook by the Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital in Virginia to warn owners not to let their dogs eat chocolate this festive season. Chocolate contains a stimulant called theobromine that is toxic to dogs at doses of around 100 milligrams per kilogram of bodyweight and can be fatal. The darker the chocolate, the more theobromine it contains. Symptoms of theobromine poisoning include diarrhea, seizures and vomiting. After she produced her chocolate fountain, the hospital fed Sofia and the other dog activated charcoal to stop the toxins being absorbed. Both dogs made a complete recovery, the Mirror reported. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: http://bit.ly/tomo-newsletter Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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TopTenz: Dogs That Don't Shed Too Much for People with Allergies (Hypoallergenic)  Animal Facts
10 Dogs That Don't Shed Too Much For People With Allergies.(Small Hypoallergenic Dog Breeds) Need a hypoallergenic canine friend to keep you company? Despite the hype, no dog is 100% hypoallergenic. Moreover, no breed can guarantee you won’t have an allergic reaction. Vets say every individual dog is different, so breed-shopping is not as helpful as you might think. This List includes these nonshedding small dog breeds: 10. Border Terrier 9. Shih Tzu - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nFN5h... 8. Bichon Frise - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCijx... 7. Basenji 6. Bolognese 5. Chinese Crested 4. Havanese - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=52s7v... 3. Lhasa Apso 2. Miniature Schnauzer - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cv5t... 1. Miniature or Toy Poodle - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6iiD... Affenpinscher Brussels Griffon Maltese Scottish Terrier Yorkshire Terrier CLICK TO SUBSCRIBE - https://goo.gl/MFyIeQ Animal Facts publishes EVERY Monday and Friday, so click the notification bell to not miss a single fact. GET ANIMAL FACTS notifications in your Facebook Messenger Inbox - https://manychat.com/l2/animalfactsus HELP MAKE MORE VIDEOS LIKE THIS ONE! Become a Patron for as little as a dollar a month. https://www.patreon.com/animalfacts Our Official Website - http://www.animalfacts.us You're here because you have a love for animals and want to know more about them. We're here because we love animals and want to know more about them and share that knowledge with you. If you love Animals, go ahead and subscribe, we publish on Mondays and Fridays. So, whether you're a dog lover, a cat fancier or have some less domestic critter in mind, let us know if you'd like us to cover an animal in a comment or in a message. We're all ears.
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Hypoallergenic Dogs
Myth or fact? Is there such a thing as a hypoallergenic dog?
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CUTEST Exotic Pets You Can Legally Own!
The cuddliest and most bizarre animals that you can call your own. From the pint-sized sugar glider to the spiny hedgehog there are some unusual exotic pets that animal lovers can make a part of their family 10. Kinkajou- If you’re like most, you’ve never heard of this animal. Though more closely related to racoons, adult kinkajous (sometimes referred to as honeybears) look like a cross between a monkey and an (albeit tiny) bear, with dense, wooly fur. Adults can weigh anywhere from three to ten pounds and tend to be solitary creatures who take well to bird toys. They are nocturnal, so most owners typically keep them penned up at night when they’re most active. If you’re willing to go through the agita of having to build an outdoor enclosure a Kinkajou might be the right fit for you, particularly if you prefer mild mannered pets to high-octane puppies or territorial kittens. Mostly, they’re fruitarians, though some are known to develop strawberry allergies and most all do best when kept away from citrus of any sort. Kinkajous are traditionally tree dwellers and possess the rare ability to rotate their hind ankles, which enables them to run quickly both forward and backward. Though their piercing cries, screeches and occasional barks have earned them the nickname la llorona in the rainforests of South America, they’re known to be pretty docile, if messy, housepets. 9. Sugar gliders- Though these tiny creatures are commonly mistaken as rodents, they’re actually marsupials, loosely related to the kangaroo and koala bear. Unlike most rodents, they have an average lifespan similar to dogs in addition to a similar level of intelligence, which allows them to complete basic tricks and come when called. If fed the proper diet they won’t emit any odor-- unlike other rodents and ferrets, which I always thought smelled like urinal cakes, even on their best days. Adults are nocturnal and weigh roughly six ounces. Unlike kinkajous, sugar gliders are highly social creatures that tend to live in colonies. PETA has railed against keeping sugar gliders as housepets, as they tend to be bred in conditions similar to puppy mills and because of their size, are smuggled across countries in exceedingly inhumane ways which can include, being stuffed into extremely tiny containers. As their name implies, sugar gliders can glide between trees resting upwards of 150 feet away from each other. Think of them as bug-eyed, white bellied, furry little parachutes, sharp in tooth and claw. 8. Wallaby- Cousins to kangaroos, Wallabies are marsupial creatures which are best suited to owners who can provide ample space for them to jump, run and play in. Because of this, most yards aren’t suited to these animals’ needs. Would-be owners should take note that they’re notoriously difficult to housetrain, in addition to house in general, given their size, energy levels, strong hind legs and nocturnal hardwiring. They differ from kangaroos in that their teeth have flat rows, as opposed to curved rows and typically feed on leaves, which require less slicing than the grass that most kangaroos eat. Wallabies are typically two and a half feet tall and weigh roughly thirty pounds, though some breeds have been known to grow as large as fifty pounds and stand six feet tall. In different parts of the country, pet owners have noticed that their wallabies make a fine substitute for lawn mowers, given their insatiable appetite for grass. Rural areas are the best for these pets.
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Pets Can Have Allergies Too!
Just like humans, pets too can have allergies. The most common types of allergies are environmental allergies, flea allergies, and food allergies. If you’ve kept your dog away from fleas and in a healthy environment, it’s probably the food that’s causing the allergy. While you might be giving him the best food you can buy, he can still be allergic to a specific food. Your dog might be allergic to wheat, soy, dairy, or a specific type of protein. To make sure he gets the right diet according to his body type, you need to give him food that has protein taken from a single source. Watch this video to learn from Dr. Katy Nelson.
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8 Of The Cutest Pets You Could Ever Own
A compilation of some of the cutest pets you could possibly own. All animals are cute and funny in their own way but this list is going to focus on some of the more unusual ones that you rarely see . *SUBSCRIBE* to see weekly List / Fact videos! https://goo.gl/vQRXAn TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/wowsoamaze FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/wowsoamaze INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/matt.r.c_ For copyright matters please contact me at mrcmattcox@gmail.com Images and videos are used under YouTube's fair usage policy. Licensed Under Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ FEATURING: BABY HEDGEHOG The African pygmy hedgehog it was was first bred in captivity in the us and its a hybrid of the four toed Hedgehog and the Algerian Hedgehog. They are apparently quite hard to look after and will need lots of care and attention to tame them, but judging by thE pictures, i believe it would all be worth it! DIK-DIK There is a lot of wild animals that shouldn't really be kept as pets but a lot of them end up as pets because they were found injured or lost wandering in the woods or found next to their parents bodies after a road accident etc. So in a lot of cases they wouldn't really stand much chances of surviving on their own. Take for example these super cute Dik Diks. A Dik Dik is the name for any of four species of small antelope that live in the bushlands of eastern and southern Africa and they can grow to around 19 to 27 inches tall. They only live to about 10 years of age and they are called Dik Diks because of the sound they make. LEOPARD GECKO This next one is called a Leopard Gecko and my brother actually used to have one, they're a little bit weird. You could put it on your arms or your face and it would just scamper around all over you body and it was the strangest feeling ever but they were so much fun! The Leopard gecko is a lizard that can be found in parts of Afghanistan, India and Pakistan and whilst i know they don't look as cute as some of the others on this list, i promise you if you ever met one and held it, you'd fall in love! They make awesome pets because they're super easy to look after they're entertaining and they're family friendly, i mean they wont run up and bite you or claw your eyes out. MICRO PIG This one goes by quite a few names such as the micro pig, teacup pig, nano pig and pocket pig. The micro pig was first developed for medical uses but they became quite popular as their size allowed them to become household pets. I mean you cant really have a normal huge grunting pig as a household pet, well you could but there's going to be a few problems along the way. These pocket pig can weigh up to 68 kilograms and be 15 inches tall when fully grown and they look like they'd be a little bundle of cuteness and fun. PYGMY GOAT The Pygmy goat is a breed of miniature domestic goat and they are just absolutely adorable. They never grow any taller than 23 inches and they'd be such a fun little pet to have around the home, that's if you could put up with their noise! They gained popularity not just because of their size but also because they're great pets, they're very friendly and have great personalities. SUGAR GLIDER This one is pretty awesome very cute and guaranteed to put a little smile on your face. They're called sugar gliders they can be found naturally gliding from tree to tree in the rain forests of Australia and Indonesia You may have already seen one of these or heard of them because they are quite popular but a lot of people believe them to be rodents, that's not true! Surprisingly they're from the same family as Kangaroos and Koala Bears. FOX Have you ever heard of anyone keeping a Fox as a pet? i definitely haven't but strangely some people do. I know a lot of people think that Foxes are just to dangerous to own as a pet and that you'll most probably get bitten somewhere down the line, but that's simply not true! When they become domesticated foxes have shown to be very loyal and loving but also very very smelly. SQUIRREL Squirrels are cute as they are but have you ever seen a baby squirrel? I haven't and squirrels are quite common here in England but again i've never ever seen a baby one!? Squirrels do need a lot of specialized care and attention to become domesticated and even when domesticated they are still known to bite. In most counties its it illegal to own one but If your lucky enough to be to come across one and be allowed to keep it and you can put it with the occasional bite, then i'm sure having a squirrel would be quite rewarding as they're super cute and fun to watch.
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Is a Chinchilla the Right Pet for You?
Chinchillas make great pets however not everyone is right for them, are you? HD PLEASE! I spent over 5 days trying to upload this video in 1080p! ;) Hey Guys! I hope you enjoy this video and if your interested in getting a chinchilla it helped you decide! These are just certain traits and things about chinchilla that I see many people frequently rehome their pets for! CHINCHILLAS ARE NOT CUDDLY ANIMALS. These are just some common things to think about before looking into getting a chinchilla! Remember to do your research! After thinking about these points I made in this video I hope it helps to answer your question, "Is a Chinchilla Right for Me?" 1) Money : Chinchillas aren't inexpensive pets and keep in mind possible emergencies that your pet may face! 2) Space : Chinchillas and their supplies as well as their playtime area can take up a lot of room! 3) Temperature : Air conditioning is a MUST for your chinchilla. Temperature should always ideally be below 73 degrees fahrenheit. 4) Time : You can't just leave your chinchilla in their cage the whole day. They need to be let out for AT LEAST 30 minutes per day. Not to mention their cage needs to be swept out everyday! They poop A LOT! 5) Allergies : Are you allergic to chinchillas, their hay, or their dust? 6) Crepuscular : Chinchillas may not be on the same sleep schedule as you are! 7) Patience : Chinchillas can be VERY stubborn and may never learn any better. They easily get into trouble. 8) Life-Span : Chinchillas can live to 15-20 years with proper care! Yay! What do you think you'll be doing in 15+ years? Are you right for a chinchilla?
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10 Warning Signs Your Pet Is Crying for Help
In case you love your pets and want to take good care of them and keep them healthy, pay attention to even the slightest changes in their behavior and take necessary measures immediately. For the sake of your pets and to protect them, keep an eye out for these 10 warning signs your pet needs help. There's a cough-like sound you might hear from time to time in smaller breeds of dogs and cats. This is called reverse sneezing, and it can indicate a slight throat irritation. It typically goes away on its own as well. But persistent coughing or reverse sneezing that lasts for more than 2 weeks is never a normal thing. It may be related to heart or lung disease, heartworm, bronchitis, pneumonia, or a tracheal collapse. Although a distended abdomen could simply be a sign that your pet has eaten too much, it can also indicate a digestive disorder, peritonitis, hormonal imbalance, or even internal bleeding. A swollen belly in dogs can also be a symptom of an extremely dangerous condition called Gastric-Volvulus. If left untreated, this problem can turn out fatal for a dog within hours. Chocolate is highly toxic for pets, usually resulting in theobromine poisoning. If you think your pet might’ve gotten into some chocolate, take it to the vet immediately. Dogs occasionally lick strange surfaces if they’re having some gastrointestinal issues. Licking behavior in cats is often provoked by mental health issues like boredom, anxiety, or OCD. If your cat or dog urinates too little or has troubles with the process, it may be suffering from bladder stones or a urinary tract infection. These problems are extremely painful and potentially life-threatening. If you notice your pet constantly scratching its ears to the point that the hair is coming off, take it to the vet right away. Laboratory testing will pinpoint if it’s parasites, hormonal issues, or some sort of yeast or fungal infection. Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS Coughing 0:53 Vomiting 2:02 A swollen belly 3:02 Lethargy 4:26 Abnormal restlessness 4:46 Unexplained weight loss 5:31 Excessive licking 6:21 Urinating more or less frequently 7:13 Hair loss or itching 8:22 Lack of appetite 8:54 SUMMARY -Kennel cough can be more serious for puppies, kittens, and breeds with pushed-in faces because their face shape may cause additional breathing difficulties. -Vomiting can stem from gastrointestinal illnesses, pancreatitis, kidney disease, or parasitic infections. Blood in the vomit is a major red flag that could indicate your pet has gulped down a sharp object that’s irritating its stomach. -Undiagnosed abnormal swelling in the stomach could potentially be life-threatening as it puts additional pressure on the chest cavity and makes it hard for your dog or cat to breathe. -Weakness or lethargy in dogs and cats usually accompanies all kinds of infections and serious diseases like diabetes, hypoglycemia, and anemia. -If your dog or cat is being anxious or looks scared for no reason and is constantly pacing, shaking, or whining, this can point to a range of health issues including mange, rabies, Cushing's disease, or heart problems. -If your dog or cat has lost 10% of its normal body weight, it could be a sign of a serious issue, such as a metabolic disorder, kidney or liver problems, neuromuscular disease, or cancer. -The most common reason why your cat or dog is excessively cleaning the same spot could be from pain or itching caused by fleas or an allergy. -If your pet is peeing more frequently than it used to, it can be a sign of diabetes. -If your cat or dog starts losing hair on or around its ears, this can be a sign of fleas, ticks, ear mites, or mange. -If your pet hasn’t touched their food for more than 24 hours, it can be a sign of stress, pain, or fever. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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15 Reasons Why You Should Own a Dog
Great reasons you should be a dog owner like the amazing health benefits of stress relief to getting a adorable animal best friend! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 9. Bad Short Term Memory While human friends might tend to remember every little mistake you’ve ever made in your life or something stupid you said while you were drunk, dogs neither or remember. This also means you can mess around with your dog, pull it’s tail, pretend to feed it then don’t, to get them to play and they’ll still be your best friend no matter what!.. 8. Portable Dishwashers It might sound a little bit gross but hear out the theory before you judge! Each time you finish a meal, there’s always a little bit of food left on your plate. Whether it’s spaghetti sauce, meat loaf, whatever, a dog will definitely clean that off for you before you put it in the sink! Here’s where the dog comes in. The can polish that plate for you in a matter of seconds and you won’t even have to run the garbage disposal. And then of course, you put it in the dishwasher. 7. They Mimic Reactions Dogs are experts in reading body language and it will often try to match the mood your in. It can tell from the pitch of your voice, and the expression on your face whether you're feeling blue or not. So if you start feeling a little bit blue, your dog will probably give you those big puppy eyes and want to ask you what’s wrong. If it can tell you’re happy and it has the energy, it’s probably jump on you and want to play! It’s always good to have a companion that shares similar mood that you’re in. 6. Intelligent Creatures Depending on what breed you decide to go with, the intelligence will vary. But for the most part, all dogs are pretty smart animals with keen instincts. As we mentioned, it can read your facial expressions but also, they have a wide range of facial expressions themselves. This can be displayed for example when they tilt their heads, when they come across something unfamiliar. Dogs are also trainable in many ways that cats are not. How many cats have you seen work with police forces, tracking down lost children with their sense of smell? That’s right. Zero! 5. Always There! Have you ever made plans with a human companion only to find out 10 minutes before you go out, they made other plans? Well with dogs you really don’t have to worry, because they’re not going anywhere unless you’re the one that takes them! Dogs haven’t quite figured out how to use cell phones yet and call up the neighbor’s poodle to bail on you! You’ll also never eat a meal by yourself again after getting a dog, and they’ll be right there by your side hoping you’ll drop a french fry, no matter what the situation is. 4. Resistance to Allergies While some may be triggered by dogs for allergies those who’ve grown up in a house with pet dogs become more allergy resistant over the course of their lives, from a study in 2010 at the university of Cincinnati. This doesn’t just mean allergies to animals but reactions like eczema were less likely for children who grew up with a dog by the age they were 4. This tends to strengthens people’s immune systems. However people who owned cats had the opposite effect and became more allergy prone 3. Better Heart Health Many things about dogs seem to link to better heart health. The exercise, the lower stress level and now just from the act of petting dogs, researchers have noticed that it tends to lower blood pressure as well. A Chinese study showed that dog owners tended to get better sleep at night and weren’t sick as often as non dog owners. Other studies show that dog owners have better cholesterol levels than non dog owners and were more likely to survive a heart attack! 2. They Can Detect Cancer Your dog could really save your life some day in the future! But is it possible they have the ability to sniff out cancer as well? Stories emerged from the news about a woman who had a dog that would keep licking and smelling the same lump on her body until she finally got it checked out. It turns out the the pup was trying to tell her she had cancer the whole time! This was later backed up by scientific studies. Dogs, like this one in the photo, are now being trained to detect ovarian cancer in women and prostate cancer in men. 1.Best Companions After all these different things we’ve mentioned on this list, the most important reason you should get a dog, is because they make the best companions out of any pets. People can’t always be around when you need them to be because they simply have a life of their own. For dogs, you are their life. They rely on you to feed them and bathe and they never want to leave your side. When you’re gone, they wait outside the door until you come home and can’t wait to see you once your back.
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Want a Pet Hedgehog? Here's What You Need to Know
The popularity of the hedgehog appears to be increasing. In her new video, Dr. Laurie Hess talks about hedgehog care, food, health and more. Watch to learn what you should know about adorable pet hedgehogs, and learn more at http://www.vetstreet.com/.
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Friends - Chandler Doesn't Like Dogs
Friends Season 7 Episode 8 "The One Where Chandler Doesn't Like Dogs" If You Want To Support This Channel: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=S7BFCAL48CWAG Bitcoin: 1AoXKg3d7QdUD7V6zxPfSBfn4YhNpCcnZq Thanks for watching.
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ACTT Allergy Drops, Sublingual Immunotherapy Treatment for Pets
ACTT Allergy Drops are needle free, easy to administer, and just as effective as allergy shots. Now available through Bio-Medical Services, more pets can receive the allergy treatment they need. Available for dogs, cats and horses, sublingual immunotherapy is safe and effective. Watch this video to learn more about sublingual immunotherapy and the ACTT Allergy Treatment Program.
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Why Are So Many Rabbits in Shelters? | Pet Rabbits
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Dog once allergic to humans finds forever home
There is a happy ending for a special central Indiana dog that stole the hearts of people all around the world. ◂ RTV6 News brings you the best breaking news coverage in Indiana. News, information & entertainment from RTV6 - Central Indiana's ABC affiliate. Indianapolis, IN, USA theindychannel.com For more download the RTV6 mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-rtv6 Android: http://bit.ly/rtv6play
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20 Hairless Animals so Ugly it's Adorable
Animals either born bald or have been in selective breeding to be a hairless creature these ugly pets & wild animals are so ugly its cute Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr Hairless Cats 9. Hairless Cats are arguably the most common form of a hairless animal. The specific breed of cat is called the sphinx, and it is very cute. These hairless cats were bred to prevent cat allergies in people who love cats despite their allergies. They are a curious and good-natured breed that has extended featured such as legs, necks, and ears. They have big eyes and absolutely no hair. Hairless Raccoon 8. Raccoons are naturally very furry animals. Hairless ones come from certain diseases that are similar to the one contracted by apes, alopecia. It can also be caused by certain stress factors that are present in the animal’s life. Raccoons may be a bit mean, but they are also very cute, and when they are hairless they are still cute, but they look totally different. The one in the image looks like a small naked bear with spotted skin. These little guys are truly adorable examples of hairless animals. Hairless Aardvark 7. An aardvark or anteater is an animal that is common in South America. It consumes large numbers of ants every day, hence its name. This little guy is suffering from the same things that raccoon would have to suffer through to become hairless, a disease or diseases that are similar to alopecia. These little hairless guys are so cute, and they look so innocent and tiny without their hair. They actually look a bit like a kangaroo. Dolphins in General 6. Dolphins are hairless, and they have not had hair for thousands, maybe millions of years. A long time ago the ancestors of dolphins were land-dwelling animals that had fur. However, as they became one with the sea they began to lose their fur and their skin has become slick and aerodynamic to improve the dolphin’s ability to maneuver in the water. They are absolutely adorable creatures that have charming personalities and a huge amount of intelligence. They are quite possibly as intelligent as we are. Walruses in General 5. Walruses have evolved to have no hair like a few other species on the planet. The reason for this is that they live in and around the water. They gave up the hair, which would just make them colder when wet, for an extra layer of fat that cannot get wet. That extra fat protects them from the cold of the arctic ocean waters where they reside. Hippos in General 4. Hippos are mostly hairless by nature. They evolved to give up their hair for an extra layer of fat that helps to insulate them from the cold when they are in the water. Some people would say that a hippo is not adorable, but those people just do not know what true cuteness is. Hippos are very cutty with their chubby bodies and their smooth skin. They are also the most dangerous animal in the world, and it would not be recommended to go anywhere near one. Hairless Hamster 3. This little hairless hamster is adorable. Her name is Silky and his owner knitted him a sweater. Hamsters are another animal that we as humans have bred to be hairless. However, these little hairless hamsters are one-hundred percent adorable with cute little faces and little round ears and floppy skin. The owner of this little girl said the reason that they made the sweater for him is because hamsters need a warm environment to live in and honestly, it gets cold when you are hairless. When she is in her cage she does not need the sweater, the sweater is more for special occasions, but man is it adorable. Naked Mole Rat 2. A lot of people think naked mole rats look terrifying. They can actually be pretty cute, though. These little guys are naturally hairless; this helps them get around in their small tunnels underground. Their hairless nature helps them sift through the dirt and move through soil with more speed and smoothness than a haired burrowing animal could. These little guys get a bad rap because some people think they look horrifying, but they are cute and deserve recognition for their cute simplicity. Human Baby 1.The human baby is arguably the most popular hairless animal. A lot of people want one, and they come out with little to no hair, all soft and baby-like. In all seriousness, though, babies are born hairless except for maybe a bit of soft, loose hair on the head. Humans are the most populous hairless species on the planet, and even though we do still sport a bit of hair from our primordial past as apes, evolution theorists believe that in another thousand years we will likely be lacking hair altogether. They are absolutely adorable, and they have many qualities that make them worthy of the number one spot on this list. Just like every other animal on this list, the human baby is cute and adorable. It does not need hair to be able to say that. They are just cute by their very nature, and people need to accept that hairless animals are cute.
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Samoyed Pet Profile | Bondi Vet
The Samoyed is a breed of dog that takes its name from the Samoyedic peoples of Siberia. These nomadic reindeer herders bred the fluffy white dogs to help with the herding, and to pull sleds when they moved. Samoyeds have a dense, double layer coat. The topcoat contains long, coarse, and straight guard hairs, which appear white but have a hint of silver coloring. The undercoat is typically shed heavily once or twice a year, and this seasonal process is sometimes referred to as "blowing coat". Their coat needs to be brushed daily while shedding. Samoyeds' friendly disposition makes them poor guard dogs; an aggressive Samoyed is rare. With their tendency to bark, however, they can be diligent watch dogs, barking whenever their territory is encroached. Samoyeds are excellent companions, especially for small children or even other dogs, and they remain playful till old age. They live up to 15 years. Bondi Vet covers all important aspects related to pet care. It provides crucial vet advice for different health issues related to pets, gives tutorials on how to train your pets from basic-to-advanced levels, and also provides comprehensive information about specific dog breeds and their habitats. -- Stay up to date with all things Bondi Vet at: https://bondivet.com/ Facebook - http://tinyurl.com/FacebookBondivet Instagram - http://tinyurl.com/InstagramBV Twitter - http://tinyurl.com/TwitterBV View more on our channel... Bondi Vet Season 1 - https://tinyurl.com/BVSeasonOne Bondi Vet Extras - https://tinyurl.com/BVExtras Animal Stories - https://tinyurl.com/BVAnimalStories
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Pet Allergies
Warren helps you understand allergies to pets and the best practices to eliminate the allergy to pets. For all the latest please visit: www.warreneckstein.com
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Can pets suffer from seasonal allergies?
Q&A with Dr. Manny: Do dogs get spring allergies like humans? And how can I help my sweet little pup with them? Watch Dr Manny Alvarez talk about Allergy, Alternative Medicine, Healthy Living, Originals, Pet Health, Qa Dr Manny, and Respiratory Health.
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Pet Care & Allergy Relief Products
For allergy sufferers, there are few things more painful than the thought that they might have to part with a beloved pet. However, you want to be healthy and not worry about allergy attacks. We have several pet care and allergy relief products that can help control pet dander and odors in your home.
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Allergy Myth #7: Certain Pet Breeds Won't Irritate Allergies
Allergy Myth #7: Certain Pet Breeds Won't Irritate Allergies. In reality, it the pet's dander and saliva that irritate allergies so the breed of the animal is not the contributing factor. Seek relief for your allergies today so you can keep Fido in the family! Call Family Allergy and Asthma today at 800.999.1249.
10 Most Incredible Service Animals
From bizarre service animals like ferrets and boa constrictors to the most common & dependable ones like dogs and mini horses! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 4. Llama and Alpaca Although these guys have trouble being classified as service animals as well, they do make excellent therapy companions. The most successful of these examples is a pair consisting of an Alpaca named Napoleon and a Llama named Rojo that are employed by a children's hospital in Oregon. The staff says that they are the life and soul of the hospital and they bring their very own brand of healing to the patients. Rojo was the first animal at the hospital because it was the operator of the hospital's pet and it was suggested to him that he make the animal a therapy animal. They are usually dressed up in silly outfits, and they are said to bring light into whatever room they walk into when working. The representative from the hospital also says that the animals trigger a natural therapeutic response in humans that make them amazing tools for recovery. 3. Dolphins Dolphins aren't the type of therapy animal that you can take with you everywhere but, dolphin assisted therapy or DAT is becoming increasingly common. The Dolphins can be used to help with a variety of different diseases and disabilities and programs for this type of treatment can be found in almost everywhere in the world. This kind of therapy has been used since 1978 when it was first employed by a DR. David Nathanson. The Dolphins are said to help improve motor and speech functions among the mentally, physically, and emotionally disabled. This treatment is primarily used to help children with developmental disorders like Down's Syndrome and autism. This treatment is a topic of controversy, though, because the safety and efficacy of it have been put under scrutiny almost since its inception. Some people say that the sonar that the Dolphins might help trigger healing by increasing T-cells and endorphins. This theory is obviously not proven, though. 2. Cats These favorite felines aren't commonly used in one on one therapy; they are more typically used in environments like hospices and retirement homes to help the residents there. Not every cat can be a therapy cat, though. The cat needs to be friendly and sociable which anyone who owns one will tell you is rare. Cats have been used in lots of ways, but most notably they have been known to be beneficial to stroke victims because they are excellent at comfort and calming. They can also be used to lower blood pressure in individual patients. Some people for the utilization of these animals say that the support of these animals can sometimes surpass even pharmaceutical treatment. One person reviewed 25 different studies and decided that these animals did have a positive effect on patients. The person said that people that interacted with the cats were more alert, smiled more, and helped aggressive patients calm down enough to function with other people. It's also been suggested that cats can sense death, but that is not true. Maybe. 1.Miniature Horses Miniature horses can be useful service animals for a variety of reasons. They are less easily distracted than even the most well-trained of dogs can be, they are extremely loyal, and they are much less threatening than some bigger dogs can be. Miniature horses are used as a replacement for seeing eye dogs, but there are pros and cons to both animals. Horses need more room to live, but they also tend to live for about 30 years as opposed to dogs 12. People who have allergies to dogs tend not to have allergies to horses as well. There is also a religious aspect because, in the Muslim religion, dogs are considered to be unclean but horses aren't. The demand for these guide dog substitutes has been so high that it has been difficult to meet the needs shown. Some organizations that match these miniature horses have even stopped accepting applications because there is just too high of demand.
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Your Pet's Health - Itching and Allergies
Thomas Dock with Noah's Animal Hospitals wants you to be aware of allergies in pets - and new treatments to relieve them.
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Can Cats and Dogs Help Prevent Asthma?
Exposing children to various types of fur can help strengthen immune systems and combat allergies! We're putting out new episodes every day of the week, so please tune in daily and subscribe! Check out more awesome animal content on www.animalist.com Download the new Animalist iOS App: http://anmlst.co/1dILpRb Check out some of Catie's personal YouTube content at: http://www.youtube.com/ANewHopeee Twitter: @catiewayne Facebook: facebook.com/catiexboxxy website: www.catiewayne.com Check out some of Alex's personal YouTube content on his Damitsgood808 channel!: http://www.youtube.com/damitsgood808 Check out Amberly's personal YouTube content at http://www.youtube.com/heyamberly Twitter: @heyamberly Take a look at all of our other awesome animal shows at http://animalist.com And don't forget to subscribe to Animalist! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=animalistnetwork MORE FUN LINKS FOR YOUR FACES! Twitter: https://twitter.com/animalists Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnimalistNetwork Google+: http://gplus.to/animalist Download the Animalist iOS App: http://anmlst.co/1dILpRb
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Video: How to treat pets with allergies
Dr. Kim Hammond with Falls Road Animal Hospital answers your pet questions. Subscribe to WBAL on YouTube now for more:http://bit.ly/1oJSRCN Get more Baltimore news: http://wbaltv.com Like us: http://facebook.com/wbaltv11 Follow us: https://twitter.com/wbaltv11 Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wbaltv11
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Dog with a VLOG #2! Rose Reunites / Meeting a Cat / Hide & Seek & Saying Goodbye (FUNnel Vision ☹)
Rose is back with more vlog action but this time it's a little different and sad. Yes, we have some fun times playing hide and seek, she reacts to a cat and she reunites with her brother Jack after being separated for more than half a year! But the big news is we had to find another awesome home for Rose. Accepting Rose into our family was a last minute decision that we initially didn't plan for. we didn't have time to do the research you'd normally do when getting a dog such as shedding & being hypo allergenic. Dad has pet allergies but was fine with Rose, Chase however was a different story and at first showed symptoms of being allergci but tests came back inconclusive but then after a specialist visit, they've determined Chase suffered from allergic reactions to Rose's "dander". We wanted to do a more proper goodbye but the kids were so sad, mainly Mike, we didn't want to be unfair to them by having cameras in their face while they were so upset. We also found an awesome family for her and we didn't want to take too long and miss the opportunity of losing the family's interest on top of not wanting Shawn to become exposed to allergens of a non-hypo-allergenic dog. But this may not be the last Dog with a Vlog because in the future, we may look into getting a hypo allergenic dog with research so this doesn't happen again, we will miss Rose and we know you will too. Thumbs up for Rosie. :) ☀Dog with a VLOG #1! Rose & Chase the Dirt Diggers / Bug Catching Fun! (FUNnel Vision Doggy Vloggy) https://youtu.be/Hks5kBW8ka0 ☀Rose's First Vlog: Bath Time for Rose / Berry Scare Cam / Treat Challenge & The End of Hello Kitty (FUNnel Vision Vlog) https://youtu.be/-9GcBIYJcM8 ✪ FUNnel Vision vlogs: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7urTdouD_LKr2JlCeB6a_n0zV29yquHo ✪ FUNnel Vision Challenges: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7urTdouD_LL53O4k_Rv0V_Cf2aCQF2nw ✪ FUNnel Vision Skits: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7urTdouD_LILiVm6-derX_fwNGishkjb ======================== Have a Funnel Day & Thanks for watching! Subscribe to Funnel Vision: http://www.youtube.com/FUNnelVision Our Skylanders Channel - Skylander Boy and Girl w/ Lightcore Chase: https://www.youtube.com/TheSkylanderBoyandGirl Our Gaming Channel - FGTEEV: https://www.youtube.com/FGTeeV Our Toy Channel - DOH MUCH FUN w/ Chase's Corner: https://www.youtube.com/DohMuchFun ➲Instagram: http://instagram.com/skylanderdad ➲Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SkylanderKids ➲T-Shirts: http://skykids.spreadshirt.com/shop/designs =========================================== Royalty Free Music & Sounds by AudioMicro: https://audiomicro.com
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Dogs, cats hit hard this year by allergies
Your pets may be suffering for seasonal allergies, do you know the signs?
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How to Pet Sit When You're Allergic to the Pet
From milehighmating.com this video explores tips for anyone who has allergies but also wants to pet sit for friends and acquaintances. Be sure to subscribe and follow facebook.com/matingmilehighstyle twitter.com/milehighmating
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Cats 101 - Siberian
More Cats 101 Video: http://animal.discovery.com/videos/cat/#mkcpgn=ytapl1 | The Siberian is the perfect mix between a ballet dancer and a linebacker.
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Bride Has Allergic Reaction to Flowers on Wedding Day
More from Inside Edition: https://www.youtube.com/user/cbstvdinsideedition?sub_confirmation=1 On the biggest day of her life, a bride suffered an allergic reaction from a flower in her bouquet. "I was the scariest looking person at my wedding,” Christine Miller told Inside Edition. The culprit was the snow-on-the-mountain flower. What she didn't know is that it can be as poisonous as poison ivy. The night before the wedding, she and her bridal party stayed up to finish the floral arrangements. They had picked the flowers on her property outside Lincoln, Nebraska.
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VIDEO: 8 ways to scratch cat allergies
Even if you have cat allergies, you can prevent reactions and live comfortably in a world full of felines Allergic reactions include itching of your eyes and nose, a stuffy nose, inflamed eyes, or breathing problems But first, get a diagnosis from a doctor to make sure it's not a reaction to other allergens If you want to keep your pet, take these less drastic steps to reducing cat allergens Remove your pet from the bedroom, keeping the door closed and cleaning it aggressively Wear a dust mask to vacuum
02 - My Pet Has Allergies, Now What Do I Do?
Your vet has diagnosed allergies, what do you do now? Identify the cause of the problem! For more information, visit: www.acttallergy.com/petowner
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Our Testing: Safeguards/Accuracy (Veterinary Version)
Is this the best way to test? With so many options to choose from when it comes to your pet's allergies we want to share with you some of the benefits that our plant derived allergy treatment provides above and beyond suppression therapy (steroids, antihistamines, atopica, etc.) As you may know may medications used in suppression therapy today, carry significant risks when used regularly and long term. The allergy treatment provided from Spectrum Labs is not only specifically manufactured for your pet, if and only if dietary change alone isn't enough to bring them below threshold, but is also safe for long term use as it consists mainly of plant extracts. Feel free to review other videos here at vetallergyspot to acquaint yourself further with Spectrum Labs and the valuable services we offer. Accept nothing but the best when it comes to your beloved patients! With industry's most reliable assay and unparalleled support, we do all we can to be a great reflection on your clinic and your reputation.
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SML Movie: Jeffy's Dog!
Jeffy gets a dog!
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Cairn Terrier dog allergy Itches Butt on Futon Frame Allergy Season Pets scratch smart
My dog usually lets me know when the allergy season has arrived.
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11 Awesome Life Hacks For Your Dog
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Is this the best way to test my pet for allergies?
Is this the best way to test my pet for allergies? With so many options to choose from when it comes to your pet's allergies we want to share with you some of the benefits that our plant derived allergy treatment provides above and beyond suppression therapy (steroids, antihistamines, atopica, etc.) As you may know may medications used in suppression therapy today, carry significant risks when used regularly and long term. The allergy treatment provided from Spectrum Labs is not only specifically manufactured for your pet, if and only if dietary change alone isn't enough to bring them below threshold, but is also safe for long term use as it consists mainly of plant extracts. Feel free to review other videos here at vetallergyspot to acquaint yourself further with Spectrum Labs and the valuable services we offer. If you have any questions about your specific pet's health please contact your Veterinarian directly. If they aren't currently affiliated with Spectrum Labs we'd be happy to discuss your pets situation with them and the advantages working with Spectrum provides them as the Veterinarian, as well as you, as the pet parent. Ask your Veterinarian for the Spot test from Spectrum Labs. Accept nothing but the best when it comes to your beloved pet!
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Sugar Gliders as Pets : The Drawbacks of Sugar Glider Ownership
Learn the real drawbacks to owning your pet sugar glider and make sure you have the adequate time to care for them properly; lean more in this free pet care video on caring for sugar gliders. Expert: Elizabeth Cantu Bio: Elizabeth Cantu has owned and been working with parrots since 1994. She has been active in captive parrot rescue and rehabilitation. Filmmaker: julio costilla
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Top 5 things to know about Sphynx Cats
My room mate and I talk about the top 5 things to know about sphynx cats! Ally and her mom breed sphynx cats in Seattle. If you have any further questions about Sphynx cats OR if you're interested in adopting a kitten, please visit deezesphynx.com Ally's mom will be more then happy to answer any questions you may have about these wonderful little cats
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Non Shedding, Shedding & Least Shed Dog Breeds List
Non Shedding, Shedding & Least Shed Dog Breeds List Are you looking for a list of dogs that don’t shed? As a companion piece to our Top 21 Dogs That Shed the Most, we present the flip side of that attribute, with dogs that shed the least aka “dogs that don’t shed”. pure- and mixed-breed dogs that have the highest rating of five stars Dog Breed Center for Minimal shedding via the Health & Grooming Characteristic. Here they are —in alphabetical order: Non Shedding, Shedding & Least Shed Dog Breeds List The luxurious coats on some dog breeds are part of their natural charm and beauty. However, the grooming needs and general upkeep for dogs that shed a lot can be a bit bothersome for owners. Canines that have minimal shedding can be great for those with pet allergies, first-time owners or for those who prefer lower maintenance dogs. Non Shedding, Shedding & Least Shed Dog Breeds List The level of shedding is a question many prospective pet owners ask when deciding upon which dog to choose. It may be a matter of allergies or some people simply don’t want to deal with the housekeeping issue involved with dogs that shed heavily. Whether it’s a matter of cleaning or allergens that pose a problem, you are in luck. There are many wonderful dog breeds that are neither heavy shedders nor copious allergen producers. There is no such thing as a completely non-shedding dog. Like humans, all dogs shed at least a little hair at one time or another. However there are dogs that shed little hair and these are the best choice for allergy sufferers and, pardon the expression, neat freaks. Non Shedding, Shedding & Least Shed Dog Breeds List Dog Shedding and Allergies Most dog allergies are caused by dog dander, not the hair they shed. Dander is the dead skin that falls off the dog, depositing itself all over the house and wafting through the air into your nose and eyes in the process. All dogs produce dander, but some dogs create a lot less of it. Low-shedding breeds are considered to be more hypoallergenic, which means they don't produce as many allergens through flaky dead skin and dander as other breeds do. Dogs also are pollen transmitters and many people are allergic to this powdery substance that helps propagate our trees and flowers. Pets pick it up outside, carrying it home to add to their owners’ allergy woes. The thicker the coat, the more of this stuff they can carry. Understanding dog shedding Shedding is affected by hormonal changes that are tied to photocopier odday length. When kept mainly indoors, the amount of shed hair is affected by the amount of daylight, which also stimulates hormones and promotes shedding. It is also affected by the temperature of your home and influenced by the pet’s level of nutrition and general state of health. In addition to natural seasonal shedding, a dog may drop coat after surgery, anesthesia, or whelping puppies. Dogs that don’t shed or shed less Non Shedding, Shedding & Least Shed Dog Breeds List
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How to Pick Pets : Tips on Pet Allergies
Learn tips about common pet allergies to consider when picking a pet in this free animal care video clip. Expert: Tim Labelle Contact: petbarnexotics@sbcglobal.net Bio: Tim Labelle is the owner of Pet Barn Exotics located in Hartland, Mich.
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