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    Pantoea

    Overview Pantoea bacteria belong to a large group of organisms of the Enterobacteriaceae family, also called enteric bacilli. All...

    Medical Importance of Bacteria

    Bacteria are single-celled microorganisms that lack a nuclear membrane, are metabolically active, and divide by binary fission. Medically they are a major...

    Hypoglycemia

    What Is Hypoglycemia? Hypoglycemia is a sudden fall in the concentration of glucose in the blood below normal...

    Dental Care

    Many health problems can start in your cat's mouth. Mouth infections can spread to vital organs such as the heart and liver,...

    Pantoea

    Overview Pantoea bacteria belong to a large group of organisms of the Enterobacteriaceae family, also called enteric bacilli. All...

    Medical Importance of Bacteria

    Bacteria are single-celled microorganisms that lack a nuclear membrane, are metabolically active, and divide by binary fission. Medically they are a major...

    Hypoglycemia

    What Is Hypoglycemia? Hypoglycemia is a sudden fall in the concentration of glucose in the blood below normal...

    Dental Care

    Many health problems can start in your cat's mouth. Mouth infections can spread to vital organs such as the heart and liver,...

    Animals

    Downy Woodpecker

    Overview The little Downy Woodpecker (Dryobates pubescens) is probably our most familiar woodpecker. In winter, it readily takes...

    Brown Thrasher

    Overview The big, foxy red Brown Thrasher (Toxostoma rufum) is the official bird of the state of Georgia....

    Norwegian Elkhound

    History & Overview The Norwegian Elkhound originated in Norway thousands of years ago and was used for hunting....

    English Setter

    History & Overview The English Setter is one of the oldest breeds of gundogs that were used as...

    Bay-breasted Warbler

    Overview Bay-breasted Warbler (Setophaga castanea) appears more sluggish in foraging than do other warblers feeding in the same...
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    Siamese

    History & Overview Of all the cats that you might select from, the Siamese is what one would...

    Pixie-bob

    Overview The goal of the Pixiebob breeding program was to create a domestic cat with a visual similarity...

    Canine Cataracts

    What Are Cataracts & Its Causes? Cataracts are quite common in dogs. According to the American College of...

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    Epilepsy

    Overview Seizures are common in dogs and can be caused by non-epileptic conditions or epilepsy. For owners of...

    Bouvier des Flandres

    History & Overview The name Bouvier des Flandres literally means cattle or cow dog of Flanders, a historical region...

    How To Prevent Puppy Biting

    There is always a reason why a dog bites. It is a common manifestation of aggressive behavior. Puppies will bite if they...

    Animals

    Pumi

    History & Overview The names Puli and Pumi were used interchangeably for a long time. The Pumi has been recognised as an independent breed at the beginning of the 20th century. The breed is still relatively unknown outside his native Hungary where he is used as a cattle herder and...

    Conures

    Overview The native habitat of conures is Central and South America. Most are green, with various shades of blue, red, orange, yellow and black. They are 9 to 21 inches in length from head to the tip of the tail. Many have been reported to live up to...

    Red Handfish

    Appearance The Red handfish (Thymichthys politus) are small, slow moving benthic fish that grow to at least 136 mm total length and have a relatively elongate and moderately compressed body that tapers towards the tail. The skin is covered in small, close-set, flattened warts. Most scales and the...

    Ocicat

    History & Overview The first Ocicat appeared in the United States in 1964 during experiments to create Abyssinian-pointed Siamese. The successful litter also produced one spotted kitten that breeder Virginia Daly called Tonga. Her daughter, seeing the resemblance to an Ocelot, called him an Ocicat. Other breeders improved...

    Winter Wren

    Overview The song of the Winter Wren (Troglodytes hiemalis) is clear, rapid, and very high in pitch, often with notes beyond the range of human ears. The wren sings along at 16 notes a second, stringing beautiful, tinkling passages into long pieces. It sings over the sound of...
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    Aortic Valve Stenosis

    What Is Aortic Valve Stenosis? Aortic valve stenosis is a pathological constriction that...

    Goniodysplasia

    What Is Goniodysplasia? Goniodysplasia is a defect in fluid drainage in the eye...

    Reproductive Disorders (Female)

    Reproductive Disorders In Female Dogs In the female dog, the reproductive system consists...