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    Giving Dog Vitamins, Should I?

    Posted on August 5, 2011, under Tutorial

    Having a dog does not mean you just enough to feed and ask him to play. Any health conditions we should consider. We must provide the proper vaccination schedule, giving de-worming and supplementary feeding. Nutrients obtained from food certainly does not contain all the necessary substances your dog. Giving vitamin routine will make it stay healthy and less susceptible to disease.

    If you just rely on nutrients from the dog food, then the need is fulfilled only proteins, carbohydrates, and fats. They need more vitamins and minerals. Especially for highly active dogs, service dogs, pregnant dog, nursing, or working breeds. Yes they need some dog vitamins.

    dog lethargic deficiency vitamin

    A deficiency in one vitamin or mineral may leave your dog vulnerable to disease.

    Lack of vitamins can cause disease. For example vitamin A deficiency, can cause anorexia, eye disorders, skin irritations, conjunctivitis, artery and vein degeneration. Vitamin B deficiency can cause weight loss, neurological abnormalities, anemia, lack of WBC. Lack of vitamin D can cause anorexia, diarrhea, lethargy, vomiting, muscle atrophy, weakness. Vitamin E deficiency can cause reproductive disorders, musculoskeletal disorders.

    Dog owners should pay attention to the health condition of the dog, including also be precise in selecting the necessary vitamins for your dog, because every dog has different needs. For example the dog in its infancy should consume lots of vitamin A, omega 3 fatty acids. Another example, older dogs requires a vitamin containing glucosamine in it to help strong their joints.

    In conclusion, yes, it is very important to give vitamins to your dog, especially in dogs who need lots of energy, they need it. One of best resources on the web we met is You could get your needs there, e.g. dog vitamins, kosher vitamins, or liver detox. It’s worth a try, you will be satisfied.

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    Petz Sports, Experience gameplay adapted to Wii and the Wii Remote

    Posted on December 15, 2008, under Pet Games

    Petz Sports, Experience gameplay adapted to Wii and the Wii Remote

    “Adopt your favorite pet from a wide variety: Choose your pet from popular, well-known breeds, from the Golden Retriever to the Chihuahua. Collect all 18 breeds. Use the Wii remote to interact with your Dog: Pet him, throw the ball, and teach him tricks.

    “Race with your friends: 36 agility courses for you to compete with up to

    “Create a strong bond and relationship with your pets: Play, train, walk, feed and interact with them as if they were real. Teach them over 22 tricks, such as roll over

    Customize your dog: Unlock costumes, hats and special accessories like sunglasses; dress your dog in hundreds of different ways.

    Got this for kid’s for christmas. opened it to see what game was all about. Loved it cant set it down. Think mom might be playing this more then kid’s! You can dress your dog, which is fun, but the race games wow! what a blast! jump ropeing a little hard to get the hang of but still fun. A great game over all easy enough, but i think the kid’s will love it and adults who love dogs will too! View Details

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    Vet School Top Ten T-shirt, College of Veterinary Medicine, Washington State University

    Posted on December 2, 2008, under Misc

    Vet School Top Ten T-shirtThis classic baby doll is our best-selling ladies top. 100% super-soft ring-spun cotton. Double-needle stitched bottom hem, capped sleeves, tapered side-seamed body with custom contoured fit. Made by Bella. NOTE: Sizes run extremely small. Order 1 to 2 sizes larger than normal. Imported.

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    VetScan HM5 Hematology System, Comprehensive Complete Blood Count for Vet

    Posted on July 2, 2010, under Veterinary Equipment

    Abaxis VetScan HM5The VetScan HM5 is a fully-automated 5-part differential cell counter specifically designed for veterinary applications. The VetScan HM5 uses a combination of chemical differentiation and impedance technology to provide the 5-part WBC differential. The VetScan HM5 provides a comprehensive 22-parameter complete blood count with cellular histograms in just minutes for Dog, Cat and Horse.

    Ten species are supported on the VetScan HM5. In 5-part differential mode: Dog, Cat, and Horse. In the 3-part differential mode, currently validated species are: mouse, rabbit, rat, ferret, pig, and cattle. Monkey is also available for research use only. The VetScan HM5 permitting the veterinarian to complete a routine annual check up and/or make a timely diagnosis and devise an appropriate treatment plan.

    The VetScan HM5 Hematology System produces accurate cell counts based on impedance technology. It delivers a 22-parameter CBC analysis, including a 5-part WBC differential and four cellular histograms. Cell counts are determined by the number of pulses measured in a given volume of blood over a set period of time. Electrically neutral blood cells pass through an electrically charged aperture generating a “pulse”. Well tested technology considered so reliable for cell counting that it has long been used in human diagnostic instruments.

    The size of the VetScan HM5 aperture was specifically designed to accommodate veterinary blood cells, thereby providing optimal differentiation. Hematology analyses require EDTA-treated blood (from lavender or purple top tubes containing potassium EDTA only). It is important to ensure that your sample is well mixed and contains optimal proportions of blood and EDTA.

    As with any cell counter, the analyzer must be kept clean to avoid build up of debris and particle interference in the system. Performing the simple and easy preventative maintenance will keep the HM5 in optimal operating condition, thus ensuring peak performance, and high quality results.

    The VetScan HM5 System requires 100-240 volts AC, 50-60 Hz or 12 volts DC. Abaxis® recommends that the VetScan HM5 be plugged into a surge protector designed for use with a computer.

    The versatile VetScan HM5 incorporates superior performance, ease of use, offers true database management and minimal maintenance making it an attractive alternative for veterinary clinics, research laboratories and pharmaceutical/biotech companies either using a commercial lab or in-house hematology instruments. Contact the Manufacturer

    VetScan HM5 Hematology System enterVetScan HM5 Hematology System insertVetScan HM5 Hematology System read3 Easy Steps:

    Step 1: Enter patient info

    Step 2: Insert a well-mixed sample and press start

    Step 3: Read results – the results will be displayed in minutes