- REDIRECT Cats and 9 Lives – Myth or Fact?
Does your bird join you at mealtime? Does s/he eat whatever you do at the table? Well, it’s good and bad. It all depends on what you are eating. Birds have less than 100 taste buds in their mouths, so they don’t discriminate the way humans do. However, if your bird is fed a tidbit […]
Dogs generally tolerate chemotherapy much better than humans. One reason is because of their size, doses are lower. Dr. Susan Ettinger, veterinary oncologist at Animal Specialty Center in New York and co-author with Dr. Demian Dressler of the Dog Cancer Survival Guide, has some tips to help when your dog suffers from side effects of […]
Dogs view the world around them differently than humans do. That’s because their eyesight is somewhat dissimilar from ours. A dog’s visual acuity, the ability to see details, is not as sharp as a human’s, about 4-8 times lower. While a human score of 20/20 on the Snellen eye chart is considered normal, a dog’s […]