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Cheryl Shaver
Cheryl Shaver : Timeline Photos     Thanksgiving Safety Tips

The holiday season has arrived, but with all of the celebration comes possible health concerns for our furry friends. Emergency visits to the veterinarian increase during the holidays and are usually due to pets having eaten something they shouldn't have. Below are some general tips to enjoy the holidays with your pet this year:

Make no bones about it. Meat bones can easily splinter and cause serious damage to your pet's gastrointestinal tract. Make sure you have properly disposed of all of the bones and that the garbage is kept out of reach from your curious companions.

Pets aren't for stuffing. Too many fatty, seasoned, unfamiliar foods can lead to pancreatitis and gastroenteritis in your pet. Both of these medical conditions can be painful and even life-threatening. If you decide to give your pet a bite of turkey, make sure it is boneless, lean and well-cooked to avoid salmonella bacteria.

Avoid the sweets, stick with treats. Consider all of the desserts prepared during the holidays, many of which contain chocolate and other toxic ingredients to our pets. Keep your pet's noses out of the batter and focused on a treat of their own such as a made-for-pet chew bone or a Kong toy.

Keep out of the kitchen. Even if your pet isn't one to snoop through the trash, the tasty smells of freshly cooked food can be very tempting, so make sure the garbage and kitchen preparations are properly tied up and covered to avoid your pet reaching any dangerous items or making a mess of the festivities.

Eat, drink, and be merry. With all of the hustle and bustle of the holidays, make sure your pet has fresh water, food of their own and quiet time away from the excitement to ensure they aren't overwhelmed by the festivities.    

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Donald F Randolph
Donald F Randolph : Timeline Photos     Thanksgiving Safety Tips

The holiday season has arrived, but with all of the celebration comes possible health concerns for our furry friends. Emergency visits to the veterinarian increase during the holidays and are usually due to pets having eaten something they shouldn't have. Below are some general tips to enjoy the holidays with your pet this year:

Make no bones about it. Meat bones can easily splinter and cause serious damage to your pet's gastrointestinal tract. Make sure you have properly disposed of all of the bones and that the garbage is kept out of reach from your curious companions.

Pets aren't for stuffing. Too many fatty, seasoned, unfamiliar foods can lead to pancreatitis and gastroenteritis in your pet. Both of these medical conditions can be painful and even life-threatening. If you decide to give your pet a bite of turkey, make sure it is boneless, lean and well-cooked to avoid salmonella bacteria.

Avoid the sweets, stick with treats. Consider all of the desserts prepared during the holidays, many of which contain chocolate and other toxic ingredients to our pets. Keep your pet's noses out of the batter and focused on a treat of their own such as a made-for-pet chew bone or a Kong toy.

Keep out of the kitchen. Even if your pet isn't one to snoop through the trash, the tasty smells of freshly cooked food can be very tempting, so make sure the garbage and kitchen preparations are properly tied up and covered to avoid your pet reaching any dangerous items or making a mess of the festivities.

Eat, drink, and be merry. With all of the hustle and bustle of the holidays, make sure your pet has fresh water, food of their own and quiet time away from the excitement to ensure they aren't overwhelmed by the festivities.    

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M.Waxx
M.Waxx : iOS Photos     Valentin est toujours hospitalisé mais il va mieux...la preuve en photo ;-)     #TBT My son Valentin 8 months ago hospitalized for a terrible gastroenteritis...
Now he's a Warrior!!Love you so much my son...

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Nadine Houyvet
Nadine Houyvet : Timeline Photos     Thanksgiving Safety Tips

The holiday season has arrived, but with all of the celebration comes possible health concerns for our furry friends. Emergency visits to the veterinarian increase during the holidays and are usually due to pets having eaten something they shouldn't have. Below are some general tips to enjoy the holidays with your pet this year:

Make no bones about it. Meat bones can easily splinter and cause serious damage to your pet's gastrointestinal tract. Make sure you have properly disposed of all of the bones and that the garbage is kept out of reach from your curious companions.

Pets aren't for stuffing. Too many fatty, seasoned, unfamiliar foods can lead to pancreatitis and gastroenteritis in your pet. Both of these medical conditions can be painful and even life-threatening. If you decide to give your pet a bite of turkey, make sure it is boneless, lean and well-cooked to avoid salmonella bacteria.

Avoid the sweets, stick with treats. Consider all of the desserts prepared during the holidays, many of which contain chocolate and other toxic ingredients to our pets. Keep your pet's noses out of the batter and focused on a treat of their own such as a made-for-pet chew bone or a Kong toy.

Keep out of the kitchen. Even if your pet isn't one to snoop through the trash, the tasty smells of freshly cooked food can be very tempting, so make sure the garbage and kitchen preparations are properly tied up and covered to avoid your pet reaching any dangerous items or making a mess of the festivities.

Eat, drink, and be merry. With all of the hustle and bustle of the holidays, make sure your pet has fresh water, food of their own and quiet time away from the excitement to ensure they aren't overwhelmed by the festivities.    

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McLoven the Stud Muffin
McLoven the Stud Muffin : Timeline Photos     Happy Thanksgiving! Just a reminder, Pancreatitis, Gastroenteritis, and choking on splintered bones peaks at Thanksgiving! We have prepared a nice Thanksgiving Feast for your pets with our Signature Series Dinners, that is safe and healthy to feed to give you one less thing to worry about this holiday. And as a special bonus, here's a coupon: http://evangersdogfood.com/?p=coupon    
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Maged Raboie
Maged Raboie : Surgery    
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My Getting Healthy Escapades
My Getting Healthy Escapades : After Reading This You Will Never Throw Away The Rice Water Again     Maybe you have heard that rice-water is the water you are washing the rice in, but that is not true.

If you use that water you will not gain even half of the health benefits you will gain if you use the “real” rice-water. The “real” rice-water is obtained of the water you are boiling the rice in.

Rice-water preparation needs more water than the usual rice-cooking. You actually need the water in which rice was releasing its useful ingredients. You can either drink the water while it is warm or use it to wash your hair or face when it is cooled.

Rice-Water Health Benefits:

Provides energy
Regulates body temperature
Great when it comes to preventing cancer
Cures and prevents constipation
Prevents gastroenteritis
Rice-water cosmetic benefits:
Make your skin softer by washing it with rice-water
Make your hair healthier and shinier by washing it with rice-water
Use rice-water as tonic replacement
Rice-water assists your face’s closed pores


http://www.healthyfoodhouse.com/after-reading-this-you-will-never-throw-away-the-rice-water-again/

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Maria Ester Leguizamon
Maria Ester Leguizamon : Gastroenteritis y pm!
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