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Game of Thrones Cat Names

Is your new kitten or cat ready to play the Game of Thrones? Climbing the Iron Throne is never easy, particularly when you have four legs. But if you're looking for a creative cat name, Game of Thrones has given you plenty of heroes, bad guys and people we can't quite figure out (is Varys a bad guy?) to choose from.
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Anisocoria (Different Pupil Sizes) in Dogs

Overview of Anisocoria (Uneven Pupils) in Dogs Anisocoria, a common problem in dogs, is an inequality of pupil size, when one pupil is dilated and the other is constricted. The cause of anisocoria varies in dogs. Nervous system abnormalities, as well as infection, inflammation, cancer or trauma involving the eye can also result in anisocoria.
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Pampered Pooch Dog Names

How Do you Name an Adorable Pampered Canine? A pampered, spoiled dog’s name requires serious thought. Perhaps it caters to the lifestyle of the pup? Maybe it caters to the dog’s personality? To go along with their lustrous, love, toy, and attention-filled life, a dog needs a name just as catered to.
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Keeping Your Reptile's Home Clean

For many reptiles, home is an aquarium or cage-like structure. Their entire world lies within those glass walls. In addition to providing food, security and proper light and temperature, keeping their home clean is an important part of keeping your pet healthy and happy. Cleaning methods and recommendations vary, depending on the type of cage and the species.
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Diseases conditions of dogs

Spinal Trauma in Dogs

Overview of Canine Spinal Trauma Trauma to the spinal cord is not common and can be very devastating. In dogs, spinal trauma is most often associated with sudden impact injury, such as being hit by an automobile, gunshot or falling from a height. In addition to trauma to the spine, the dog typically sustains injuries elsewhere on the body.
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Diseases conditions of dogs

Pericardial Disease in Dogs

Overview of Canine Pericardial Disease The pericardium is a membrane that surrounds the heart. It consists of two layers: a visceral layer (epicardium) that is tightly adherent to the heart muscle and an outer parietal layer. Between these two layers is a potential space, the pericardial space, which normally contains a small amount of fluid.
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