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How To Treat and Heal Your Pet at Home?

How To Treat and Heal Your Pet at Home?

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This is an introductory course on how to treat your cat or dog at home. Most of the
material is applicable to both cats and dogs, although I do go into some health
problems that are specific to cats or specific to dogs.
This is an introductory course on how to treat your cat or dog at home. Most of the
material is applicable to both cats and dogs, although I do go into some health
problems that are specific to cats or specific to dogs.

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Veterinary Secrets Revealed
Healing Your Pet At Home:An Introduction
From: Dr Andrew JonesAuthor: Veterinary Secrets RevealedWebsite:www.veterinarysecretsrevealed
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This is an introductory course on how to treat your cat or dog at home. Most of thematerial is applicable to both cats and dogs, although I do go into some healthproblems that are specific to cats or specific to dogs.Part 1: Six Emergency remedies for poisoning and fever... knowing these can saveyour pet's life!Part 2: Burning eyes, runny noses, inflamed ears... how to treat these and other problems naturally with safe and effective remedies.Part 3: The one simple test to catch the early signs of cancer in your pet.Part 4: Quickly relieve your pet's itching... and how to deal with bladder problems incats.Part 5: The messy stuff... how to treat vomiting and diarrhea... PLUS: does your dog have arthritis? What to do now.Part 6: Coughing in pets - what it means and how to treat it. PLUS: how to treatheart disease and lung problems.Part 7: Evaluation of blood pressure, treating kidney disease, treating anemia, plushow and what to put into a pet first aid kit. Assembling your pet first aidkit...having these supplies on hand can mean the difference between lifeand death.
 
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PART 1
Six specific at home remedies for Poisoning and Fever, which you can use rightaway to Treat Your Pet At Home!
WEEKLY EXAM
Your pet should get a thorough nose to tail exam once a week.Get comfortable in examining your pet. Your pet should be fine with letting you putyour fingers in his mouth or brushing his hair to feel for lumps.The first thing that you have to be familiar with are ‘normals’:
Vital Statistics: Pulse and Heart Rate
Normal resting rates:Cats: 150-200 bpmSmall dogs: 90-120 bpmMedium dogs: 70-110 bpmLarge dogs: 60-90 bpmPulse should be strong, regular and easy to locate.
Checking the pulse
The easiest place to locate a pulse is the femoral artery in the groin area. Place your fingers on the inside of the hind leg and slide your hand upward until the back of your 

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