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Understanding Forage Poisoning In Horses

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Forage poisoning is a serious condition that occurs when a horse consumes vegetative matter that contains high levels of the bacteria clostridium botulinum. Eating spoiled plant matter can damage your horse’s nervous system, as the bacteria release a toxin when ingested, and this toxin can damage nerve pathways. If left untreated, your horse can experience paralysis, and the condition can also be fatal, so it’s important to be aware of the signs of this type of poisoning.…

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5 Steps to Take When Caring for a Cat Recovering from Anaesthesia

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Your cat will be monitored by a professional as it wakes from anaesthesia after having animal surgery, but the effects of anaesthesia will probably still be mildly present when you take them home. Each animal metabolises anaesthesia differently, so behaviour can be tough to predict, but you should always take the following five steps while caring for a cat recovering from anaesthesia. 1. Keep Your Cat Warm Even if your cat has never seemed bothered by the temperature in your house before, it’s wise to check they aren’t chilly when recovering from surgery.…

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Brushing Your Dog's Teeth: A Guide

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Looking after your dog’s oral health is a key way of keeping them healthy and well. Poor doggie dental health can result in tooth decay and gum disease and cause pain and bad breath. Below is a brief guide to the equipment you will need to brush your dog’s teeth and the steps you will need to follow to complete the procedure. The Right Toothbrush A dog toothbrush is very similar to human toothbrushes, but they have a longer handle and a smaller head.…

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