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Tips on Feeding Your Horse

Most mature pleasure horses doing light work need only the nutrients supplied by good quality grass or alfalfa hay. A good starting point is 1.5 percent of the horse's body weight divided into two or three meals daily. For instance, 5 pounds of hay (1 flake) should be fed three times per day to a 1,000-pound horse.
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Jeweled Lacerta Tip

The jeweled or eyed lacertas, Lacerta lepida , are from Spain, France and northern Italy. Males may spar with each other, but are essentially compatible when kept in small groups. Make sure you have a large cage for these active lizards; they are fast runners. These lacertas enjoy basking under a bright overhead light and become very active when warmed.
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The Irreverent Vet Speaks Out on Holistic and Natural Flea Treatments

In this article, I will tell you about the Holistic Treatments Veterinarians Recommend For Fleas. First, let me introduce myself for those of you that don't know me. I'm the Irreverent Veterinarian. I speak my mind and give you my honest opinion. I won't sweet-talk you or sugarcoat the truth. I tell it like it is - to you, the drug companies, the pet product manufacturers, professional breeders and pet owners.
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Rupture of the Bladder in Small Mammals

Bladder rupture is a condition in which the urinary bladder tears and releases urine into the abdominal cavity. The bladder can rupture because of trauma, urinary obstruction, tumors or severe bladder disease. This can occur in any species but tests and treatment vary depending on the animal. Animals that experience rupture of the bladder can quickly become sick from substances in the urine that are leaking into the abdomen and getting reabsorbed instead of being excreted.
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