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    Inappropriate Urination

    Of all cat "accidents", inappropriate urination causes the most cleanup woes. Help prevent it by providing a clean, well-maintained, accessible litter box...

    Pica

    What Is Pica? Pica is the act of eating non-food items. In less serious cases, cats may chew...

    Chewing Of Electric Cords

    Is there a way to make your cat stop chewing on electrical cords? Did you have to replace the telephone cord because...

    Behaviour Problems In Cats

    We love how it is that our cat uses a litter box, so we never have to run home in time to...

    Inappropriate Urination

    Of all cat "accidents", inappropriate urination causes the most cleanup woes. Help prevent it by providing a clean, well-maintained, accessible litter box...

    Pica

    What Is Pica? Pica is the act of eating non-food items. In less serious cases, cats may chew...

    Chewing Of Electric Cords

    Is there a way to make your cat stop chewing on electrical cords? Did you have to replace the telephone cord because...

    Behaviour Problems In Cats

    We love how it is that our cat uses a litter box, so we never have to run home in time to...

    Animals

    Long-eared Owl

    Overview The Long-eared Owl ( Asio otus) is a crow-sized owl (15 inches) with long ear tufts close together...

    Kishu

    History & Overview The Kishu is a medium-sized hunting dog from Japan used to hunt wild boar, deer,...

    Pudelpointer

    History & Overview The Pudelpointer is a versatile and healthy working gundog suitable for work in the fields,...

    Wood Stork

    Overview The Wood Stork (Mycteria americana), formerly called the Wood Ibis, is the only stork in North America...

    Keeshond (Dutch Barge Dog)

    History & Overview Also known as the Dutch Barge Dog, the Smiling Dutchman, the Dutch Keeshond, Wolfspitz and...
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    House Finch

    Overview The House Finch (Haemorhous mexicanus) is an exceptionally adaptable species. Once restricted to the Southwest, it began...

    Harrier

    History & Overview The Harrier is a sturdily-built, medium-sized dog of impeccable character and temperament. This breed of...

    Great Dane

    History & Overview The Great Dane is a breed of dog known for its giant size and gentle...

    Jagdterrier (German Hunting Terrier)

    History & Overview The German Hunting Terrier is a small-size, generally black and tan, compact, well proportioned working...

    British Shorthair

    History & Overview The ancestors of the British Shorthair were brought to Northern Europe, and later to Britain,...

    Inappropriate Urination

    Of all cat "accidents", inappropriate urination causes the most cleanup woes. Help prevent it by providing a clean, well-maintained, accessible litter box...

    Rainbowfish

    Overview The Rainbowfish are a group of small (3 - 15 cm in length) freshwater species common in...

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    Clownfish (Anemonefish)

    The Anemonefish (family Pomacentridae) are also known as "clownfish" because of their characteristic waddling action. They have intimate contact with sea anemones within whose tentacles they shelter. The fish develops a mucous covering to its skin, which appears to prevent the stinging cells of the sea anemone from firing. Some clownfish depend...

    Osprey

    Overview The Osprey (Pandion haliaetus), or Fish Hawk, sights its prey while hovering, then plunges feet first into the water. Sharp talons pierce and lock into the fish. When the bird rises, it is almost always carrying its catch head first. The Osprey nests on...

    Groove-billed Ani

    Overview The Groove-billed Ani (Crotophaga sulcirostris) is a member of the cuckoo family. This ani was named for prominent grooves along the contours of the bill. The Groove-billed Ani is similar to the Smooth-billed Ani but has a smaller bill with a smooth curvature to the culmen and...

    American Redstart

    The American Redstart (Setophaga ruticilla), one of the most abundant birds in North America, is a member of the warbler family. It has a distinctive habit of dropping down suddenly in pursuit of a flying insect, then fanning its brightly marked tail from side to side. Appearance

    Yellow-throated Vireo

    Diet The Yellow-throated Vireo (Vireo flavifrons) feeds mostly on insects, and some berries, especially in the fall. In summer, over one-third of its diet may be caterpillars, moths, and butterflies. It also eats tree bugs, scale insects, aphids, leafhoppers, beetles, sawflies, tree crickets, dragonflies, and cicadas.
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    Diseases

    Mitral Valve Stenosis

    What Is Heart Valve Disease? Heart valve disease is a condition in which...

    Tetralogy Of Fallot

    What Is Tetralogy Of Fallot? Patent ductus arteriosus, aortic stenosis, ventricular septal defect, pulmonic stenosis,...

    Atrial Septal Defect

    What Is Atrial Septal Defect? Atrial septal defect (ASD) is a congenital abnormality...