Simple Tips to protect your pet on Halloween

Here are some collections of simple tips which pet owners can use to keep their pets safe on Halloween.

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Our lovely harmless birds could kill us

Mrs Dawson, from Fakenham, Norfolk, has not kept a bird since 1973. At first she thought it was asthma because it runs in the family. She  went to the doctor’s time after time and they gave her inhalers.

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New bird flu vaccine could be used to protect multiple animal species: assured USA scientists

According to an article published in the November issue of the Journal of General Virology, a newly invented single vaccine could be used to protect chickens, cats and humans against deadly flu pandemics,

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Welcome home dear Ratchet

Love wins again, this time it even melt down the US military norms, and managed to sent Ratchet a 6-month old Iraqi puppy to his new US home.

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Abandoned dog found wandering for owner in rush hour traffic

A Scottish Staffordshire Bull Terrier was found on Aberdeen’s Beach Esplanade this week.

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If your dog could ever speak out

This is an experts view regarding dogs psychology (based on  the “10 Commandments of Dog Ownership”).

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Pitbull cross Bonnie saved her owner from being stabbed repeatedly

Bonnie a two year old Pitbull-staffordshire terrier cross could sensed the fear of her owner and directly charged the attacker who stabbed her owner in the thigh.

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45 cats just vanished without a trace

Named it as “Purr-muda triangle”, as the locals called It now, or “Cat-Hole” as suggested by my cat friendly associates, the small area of Stourbridge,Worcestershire is really facing a mystery,

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A 7-ft rock python preferred to adjust herself in a city flat

A fully-grown female python was spotted around 11.15 pm in the house of Sajid Shaikh at Carina Terrace Apartments in
Lullanagar.

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Dogs are ready for hunting genetic mutations to help cure human diseases

Dog has always been known as man’s best friend, now they are in a different role, they are likely to help in the hunt for genetic mutations that lead to diseases in humans.

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