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Interpreting Pet Food Labels
Treats and Chews
Snacks and treats for pets are implicitly intended to be offered on an occasional basis, and by no means should be fed as the mainstay of the diet. Although pet treats must meet all the other FDA and state regulations for labeling of . . . .
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The Fearful Dog
Dogs may display a variety of behaviors when they’re afraid. A fearful dog will display certain body postures, including lowering his head, flattening his ears back against his head, and tucking his tail between his legs. He may also pant, salivate, tremble and/or pace. A . . . .
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First Aid Kit Checklist

- Your veterinarian's phone number

- Gauze to wrap wounds or muzzle animal

- Adhesive tape for bandages

- Nonstick bandages (i.e., Telfa pads) to protect wounds or control bleedingTowels and cloth

- Hydrogen peroxide (3 percent)

- Milk . . . .
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Tips Articles
Bark! Bark! Bark!
Breeding Facts
Crate Training Your Dog
Dealing With The Loss of A Pet
Dogs and Thunderstorm Phobia
Fear of Thunder and Other Startling Noises
Feeding Your Pet
Finding A Lost Pet
First Aid Kit Checklist
Growling Around Food
Holiday Pet Hazards
I Want A Pet For My Child
Interpreting Pet Food Labels
Jumping Questions
Keep Your Pet Healthy and Happy
Keeping Your Pet Safe From Holiday Hazards
Keeping Your Pets Safe On Halloween
Man's Best Friend
Nipping and Rough Play
Nutritious Food For Fido
Pet Food, The Lowdown On Labels
Reporting Stray Animals
Responsible Dog Ownership
Seeking Second Opinions
Selecting The Right Pet For You
Separation Anxiety
Show Your Pet How Much You Care
Socializing Your Puppy
Successful Cleaning To Remove Pet Odors and Stains
Ten Keys To Responsible Pet Ownership
Ten Tips for Preventing Pet Behavior Problems
The Fearful Dog
The Use Of Food In Training
Tips For Moving and Traveling With Your Pet
Traveling By Air With Your Pet
Traveling By Car With Your Pet
Unusual Eating Habits
Water—It's Essential
What To Feed
Whats In A Canine Name
When is it an Emergency?
When your pet eats things that aren't food
Why Dogs Bite: A Guideline For Children
Why Puppy Training?

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