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Embryo Transfer in Mares

Embryo transfer is an assisted reproduction technique by which an embryo is transferred from the uterus of a donor mare to the uterus of a recipient mare that will carry the pregnancy to term. The embryo is usually recovered from the donor mare by uterine lavage (wash) at around 6 to 8 days after ovulation.
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Keeping your dog healthy

Lose Your Holiday Weight: Walk Your Dog!

The holidays are over. That means no more parties, no more elaborate turkey dinners, and no more holiday treats making a beeline for your hips. If you have picked up a few pounds that weren't on your wish list, don't despair; there is a simple solution: Get out and exercise. Given the choice between doing sit-ups and walking your dog, you'd probably grab the leash and head for the door.
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Pet health

Temperature and Your Dog

Most people know that leaving a dog unattended in a car is very unsafe, but those same pet owners might not understand the danger that indoor and outdoor temperatures can have on their pets. Whether your dog lives fully indoors, partially inside and outside, or fully outside; the temperatures present in your pet's environment play a large role in your dog's health.
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Pet health

Can Cats Eat Watermelon?

Cat owners commonly wonder about the toxicity of various human foods. The question about the safety of different foods increased after learning that certain foods were toxic which yielded a lot of press coverage. The most important toxic foods to cats are onions, garlic, chocolate, alcohol, and excessive amounts of fish.
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Pet care

Wanted: Loving Foster Parents for Cats

Your clock is set to wake you up every 3 to 4 hours for the regular feeding. Afterwards, you help the kitten eliminate wastes, keeping her clean and healthy. Then there is medicine, if she's sick, to give at regular intervals, regardless of your personal schedule or time of day. The most important ingredient - love - is the easiest part of the job.
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Breeds

Choosing a Greater Sulphur-Crested Cockatoo

Greater sulphur-crested cockatoos are very large white cockatoos found in the high rainfall coastal belt of eastern and northern Australia. They inhabit forests, especially mature canopy forests from the lowlands. They are most active in early morning and late afternoon. In the winter when food is in short supply they often enter cities in search of food.
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