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  • Jack Russell Terrier
    Terrier from the book Just Jack Russells Useful JRT Links Select the JRT Links of Interest Jack Russells Online Jack Russell Terrier Rescue of CO UT WY JRT Club of America Russell Rescue JRT Medical Health Is the JRT the right dog for you JRT Terrier Trials Beginner s Guide JRT Agility JRT Go To Ground JRTs on TV JRTCA Directory of Breeders JRT Association of America Twister Cleo s Jack Russell Site American Working Terrier Association Dirt Dog com US Dog Agility Association Flyball Dogs Our featured breed of the month is the Jack Russell Terrier Below we show our products featuring this wonderfully lively and intelligent breed Click on any product name or photo for additional information 24 by 36 Flag Designer Floor Mat T Shirt Poster Collectible Collectible Mom and Pups Collectible Wall Calendar Book Just Jack Russells Book The JRT Breed Basics JRT Rough Coat Brown White Angel Ornament JRT Rough Coat Black White Angel Ornament JRT Smooth Brown White Angel Ornament JRT Smooth Black White Angel Ornament JRT Rough Brown White Post Earring Next Page More Earrings Necklaces Keychains To view other shopping categories just select the category below and click View Select a shopping

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  • Plants Poisonous to Dogs
    listing of poisonous plants by common name Poisonous Plants by Category Bulbs Amaryllis Autumn Crocus Daffodil Day Lily Elephant Ears Gladiolas Hyacinth Iris Lily of the Valley Narcissus Orange Day Lily Tulip Ferns Aparagus Fern Australian Nut Emerald Feather aka Emerald Fern Emerald Fern aka Emerald Feather Lace Fern Plumosa Fern Flowering Plants Cyclamen Hydrangea Kalanchoe Poinsettia Garden Perennials Charming Diffenbachia Christmas Rose Flamingo Plant Foxglove Marijuana Morning Glory Nightshade Onion Tomato Plant Tropic Snow Dumbcane House Plants Ceriman aka Cutleaf Philodendron Chinese Evergreen Cordatum Corn Plant aka Cornstalk Plant Cutleaf Philodendron aka Ceriman Devil s Ivy Dumb Cane Golden Pothos Green Gold Nephthysis Marble Queen Mauna Loa Peace Lily Nephthytis Peace Lily Red Margined Dracaena Striped Dracaena Taro Vine Warneckei Dracaena Lillies Asian Lily liliaceae Easter Lily Glory Lily Japanese Show Lily Red Lily Rubrum Lily Stargazer Lily Tiger Lily Wood Lily Shrubs Cycads Heavenly Bamboo Holly Jerusalem Cherry Mistletoe American Oleander Precatory Bean Rhododendron Saddle Leaf Philodendron Sago Palm Tree Philodendron Yucca Succulents Aloe Aloe Vera Trees Avocado Buddist Pine Chinaberry Tree Japanese Yew aka Yew Lacy Tree Macadamia Nut Madagascar Dragon Tree Queensland Nut Schefflera Yew aka Japanese Yew Vines Branching Ivy English Ivy European Bittersweet Glacier Ivy Hahn s self branching English Ivy Needlepoint Ivy Misc Uncategorized American Bittersweet Andromeda Japonica Azalea Bird of Paradise Buckeye Caladium hortulanum Calla Lily Castor Bean Clematis Fiddle Leaf Philodendron Florida Beauty Fruit Salad Plant Golden Dieffenbachia Gold Dust Dracaena Heartleaf Philodendron Horsehead Philodendron Hurricane Plant Mexican Breadfruit Mother in law Panda Philodendron Pertusum Red Emerald Red Princess Ribbon Plant Satin Pothos Spotted Dumb Cane Sweetheart Ivy Swiss Cheese Plant Variable Dieffenbachia Variegated Philodendron Yesterday Today Tomorrow Additional Sources of Information Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine URL http www vet purdue edu depts addl toxic navigate htm Cost Free

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  • Your Pet's Health Problems
    is realized we will be happy to point you toward some web sites that may provide some useful information However because information on the Internet changes so frequently we cannot guarantee the validity or usefulness of the information on any site we mention or link to Some of the animal health sites especially the ones that have a veterinarian answering your questions charge a small fee However no on line analysis or research is as good as having your dog examined in person by a licensed veterinarian Waiting to see your vet or attempting your own diagnosis could result in a worsening of your pet s condition Our health page http www dogpack com health dogHealth htm has links to each of the following sites we mention below in case you ever need to reference those pages again 1 VetInfo is a searchable database of questions answers previously answered by a veterinarian The search page is http 208 234 20 93 vetinfo com html When you enter your search words in the box on the left on this page it will return all the questions and answers with those search words in them You might be able to find a question from someone with a similar problem Although Dr Mike isn t providing on line consults anymore the database is still on line for anyone to search for free 2 Another on line resource is Ask Dr Ahearne at http www familypetdoctor com This is not a free resource it s 9 95 for the first 3 months but you can ask a vet about any of your pets as often as you like during those 3 months 3 Another resource is http www CanineHealthOnline org which is a series of question and answer Forums provided by the AKC Canine

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  • Canine Health Problems by Breed
    jawbone disorders rheumatism eye problems heart disease tooth and gum weaknesses Canaan Dog Not prone to health problems Cavalier King Charles Spaniel heart disease Slipped Stifle Hip Dysplasia eye problems Chinese Shar pei Hip Dysplasia eyelid abnormalities and skin conditions D Breed Name Possible Health Problems Dandie Dinmont Terrier spinal disc problems Dachshund skin conditions heart disease spinal disc problems diabetes urinary stones eye disorders Doberman Pinscher Hip Dysplasia VWD bloat heart disease thyroid liver and immune deficiency disorders Dalmatian Hip Dysplasia inherited deafness skin conditions and urinary stones E Breed Name Possible Health Problems English Cocker Spaniel PRA eye abnormalities ear infections English Setter Hip Dysplasia English Springer Spaniel Hip Dysplasia PRA eye abnormalities ear infections skin conditions English Toy Spaniel Slipped Stifle eye lacerations eyeball prolapse eye pops out of socket ear infections respiratory difficulty heatstroke English Shepherd Hip Dysplasia F Breed Name Possible Health Problems Foxhound Not prone to health problems Finnish Spitz Hip Dysplasia and PRA French Bulldog eye lacerations respiratory difficulties and heatstroke Flat Coated Retriever Hip Dysplasia PRA Melanoma of the gums various health problems including adenocarcinoma fibrosarcoma hemangiosarcoma lymphoma osteosarcoma Note We love Flat Coats and want to be sure they are matched with an appropriate home If you are considering a Flat Coated Retriever take a minute to check out this Breeder s Checklist to see if a Flat Coat is the right dog for you Field Spaniel Hip Dysplasia retinal eye abnormalities ear infections G Breed Name Possible Health Problems German Shorthaired Pointer Hip Dysplasia cataracts SAS German Wirehaired Pointer Hip Dysplasia Glen of Imaal Terrier Not prone to health problems Golden Retriever Hip Dysplasia PRA VWD serious heart problems cataracts skin conditions eye abnormalities epilepsy Gordon Setter Hip Dysplasia Greyhound bloat Giant Schnauzer Hip Dysplasia Great Dane Hip Dysplasia bloat bone cancer heart disease tumors Great Pyrenees Hip Dysplasia bloat eyelid problems German Shepherd Hip Dysplasia bloat gastric disorders penosteitis spinal paralysis eye disease and skin conditions Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Hip Dysplasia bloat H Breed Name Possible Health Problems Hairless Chinese Crested sensitive to weather extremes may burn in hot sun tooth decay needs dry food to help prevent Harrier Not prone to health problems Havanese Not prone to health problems I Breed Name Possible Health Problems Ibizan Hound drug chemical sensitivity Irish Setter Hip Dysplasia PRA bloat congenital heart disease skin conditions epilepsy Irish Terrier Not prone to health problems Irish Water Spaniel Hip Dysplasia hypothyroidism Irish Wolfhound Hip Dysplasia bloat bone tumors Italian Greyhound Slipped Stifle fractures PRA and epilepsy J Breed Name Possible Health Problems Jack Russell Terrier lens luxation glaucoma PRA epilepsy cryptorchidism congenital dwarfism in the legs For more information visit http www terrier com breed medical php3 JRT items in our store Japanese Chin eye lacerations respiratory difficulties and heatstroke K Breed Name Possible Health Problems Keeshond Hip Dysplasia skin conditions and congenital heart disease Kerry Blue Terrier eye problems cysts tumors Komondor Hip Dysplasia bloat skin allergies Kyi Leo Slipped Stifle flea

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  • Canine Cancer
    Research Trials for Animals with Cancer University of Pennysylvania s Veterinary Oncology Web Site Veterinarians Facilities with Innovative Cancer Treatments Contact Info Dr Martin Goldstein Smith Ridge Veterinary Center 400 Smith Ridge Road South Salem NY 10590 Phone 914 533 6066 Type of Practice Holistic Approach preferred but will use conventional if it has been found to be useful for a form of treatment for a particular ailment Wrote the wonderful book The Nature of Animal Healing with many cancer success stories Treatment Methods State of the art treatments and preventative programs including Bio nutritional analysis Acupuncture Immuno Augmentative Therapy and Ozone Therapy Doctors trained by him personally are also at the clinic and offer phone consults and will work with your local veterinarian as needed Contact Info Robert H Mary G Flint Animal Cancer Center Colorado State University 300 West Drake Road Fort Collins CO 80526 Phone Consultation Coordinator 970 297 4195 Type of Facility Both leading edge conventional and complementary therapies offered Clinical trials also being done Treatment Methods Veterinary faculty also have explored the field of dietary supplements that support cancer treatments and improved and refined the use of chemotherapy and radiation therapy for pets The areas of complementary and alternative medicine are increasingly important aspects of ongoing cancer research The Shipley Natural Healing Center will focus on the scientific evaluation of a broad range of natural medicines and therapies Contact Info Dr Robyn Elmslie Dr Phyllis Glawe Veterinary Cancer Specialists 3550 S Jason Street Englewood CO 80110 Phone 303 874 2054 Web Site http www vrcc com oncology main shtml Type of Practice Board certified veterinary oncologists offering leading edge clinical trials for a variety of cancer types in addition to conventional cancer treatments Treatment Methods Veterinary Cancer Specialists VCS is involved in leading edge clinical trials for a variety of cancer types in addition to our diagnostic options of ultrasound rhinoscopy fluoroscopy MRI bone biopsies ultrasound guided biopsies and treatment options that include surgery cryosurgery radiation therapy chemotherapy and palliative treatment Contact Info Dr Thomas Van Cise All Animals Exotic or Small 1560 Hamner Avenue Norco CA 92860 Phone 909 737 1242 Web Site http www AllAnimalsExoticOrSmall com Type of Practice Holistic Approach preferred but will use conventional if it has been found to be useful for a form of treatment for a particular ailment Wonderful holistic veterinarian extremely open minded and believes that client education is an integral part of a pet s health He offers all types of alternative therapies And he was one of the first certified veterinary acupuncturists in the country Click here to read his web site article about Putting Cancer in Perspective Treatment Methods Offers a wide range of therapies and treatments including acupuncture homeopathy acuscope therapy and herbal therapy Visit the health section of his web site for details Contact Info Jeff Feinman DVM Broad River Animal Hospital Norwalk CT Phone 203 222 7979 Web Site http www homevet com Ask Dr Jeff http www homevet com index6

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  • Plants Poisonous to Dogs
    practice of annual vaccination and increasing documentation showing that overvaccinating has been associated with harmful side effects Of particular note in this regard has been the association of autoimmune hemolytic anemia with vaccination in dogs and vaccine associated sarcomas in cats both of which are often fatal With boosters except for rabies vaccine the annual revaccination recommendation on the vaccine label is just that a recommendation without the backing of long term duration of immunity studies and is not a legal requirement Does my pet need vaccines or not Yes pets do need some vaccines especially puppies The new protocols deal with which vaccines when and what type live modified virus or killed virus It is up to you to be an INFORMED PET OWNER and review the following information with your veterinarian and make an informed decision In our opinion it is very important to be sure that your veterinarian is more concerned with the well being of your pet than with veterinary economics Is it just another way to get me to spend more money Actually the new guidelines will in general cost the pet owner less in vaccination costs if their veterinarian follows the new guidelines So that sounds great Why isn t everyone jumping on the bandwagon Vaccines are big business for both vaccine manufacturers and veterinarians Not giving as many vaccines can represent a significant loss of income Here s a quote from Dr Bob Rogers Some of this information will present an ethical and economic challenge to veterinarians and there will be skeptics but I think you will agree with me that in the practice of medicine the emphasis should be on safety and that no medicine should be given more frequently longer or at a higher dose than is necessary Some organizations have

    Original URL path: http://www.dogpack.com/health/NewVaccinationProtocols.html (2016-04-27)
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  • Positive Dog Training and Clicker Training
    was affecting her relationship with her pets she searched for and found a better method Unlike some trainers she was able to let go of the outdated punishment based training and move forward There are several important positive training concepts in her book but one of our favorites is You Dog Already Knows Everything You Are Going to Teach Him Your dog already knows how to sit stay lie down and walk by your side when he wants to All you re going to do it teach him the English words for those behaviors and make them very rewarding and fun for him so he will want to do them when you ask him to The equipment list for basic positive reinforcement training is short and simple It includes motivators reward markers collars and leashes Motivators Something your dog likes and will work for Make sure the motivator isn t bad or unhealthy for your dog The motivators our 5 will work for are All Natural Liver Biscotti Treats Zuke s Natural Beef Jerky Zuke s Natural Lamb Jerky Zuke s Hip Action a great treat for pets with arthritis or hip problems For the really active dog you may

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  • Adobe Web Photo Gallery
    Adobe Web Photo Gallery 9 16 2007 Your browser does not support iframes Your browser does not support iframes

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