Of Poodles and Presidents

Dmitry Rogozin, the Russian deputy prime minister, posted a picture on Twitter showing President Putin holding a small leopard next to a picture of President Obama holding a Poodle. The image appeared with the message: “We have different values and allies.” However… digging through The Poodle (and dog) blog archives we found a picture of President Putin cuddling a Poodle. Poodles: resistance is futile
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Olympic Silver Medalist Gus Kenworthy Promotes Pet Adoption

Making a pitch for the option of pet adoption, freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy recently swapped sports for a moment as he threw out the first pitch at the San Diego Padres Dog Days of Summer event. The…

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Shift Team General Trevor Dunbar Senior Year Mixtape!!

Here’s Shift Team General Trevor Dunbar of Saint Ignatius High School showing his Major improvement since the summer of 2013. Currently a unsigned senior, we…
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Wrigley Gum Heiress Adopts Senior Shelter Dog

A senior retriever who trekked 30 miles to return to pet parents who did not want her has now became a beloved member of a family with a famous last name. Once known as Ma Kettle, Lady the Labrador…

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Amazed and Confused: When God’s Actions Collide With Our Expectations by Heather Zempel {Inscribed Book Review}

Amazed and Confused: When God’s Actions Collide With Our Expectations by Heather Zempel My rating: 5 of 5 stars “The problem with that approach is that we are left with only a partial view of the story, and we fail to recognize that the story is first and foremost about us. Certainly, we can and…

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Pet Medical Center is Approved to Carry NexGard Chewable Flea & Tick Control Medication For Dogs

Temecula, CA (PRWEB) May 14, 2014

Pet Medical Center is pleased to announce that their veterinary hospital in Temecula CA is approved to prescribe NexGard for canine flea and tick control. This adds another option to the already extensive selection of quality brand-name medications available from Pet Medical Center?s pharmacy.

NexGard is a new oral flea and tick control medication from the makers of Frontline Plus, a topical product that has long been the #1 choice of veterinarians. NexGard offers the same high level of protection from fleas and ticks that vets have come to expect from Frontline Plus, without the mess and hassle of applying topical medication to a dog?s skin.

According to Dr. Isabelle Bach of Pet Medical Center, NexGard is already proving popular with dog owners. ?They?re excited to find out that they can now control both fleas and ticks with an easy oral medication.? Prior to the release of NexGard, oral medications like Comfortis and Trifexis were only effective on fleas, forcing dog owners to choose between the hassle of applying a topical medication or the risk of leaving their pets unprotected from ticks.

NexGard also seems more appetizing than other oral flea control products. It is the first product to come in a soft, beef-flavored chew, which 89 percent of dogs snapped up happily in a manufacturer?s study. ?It?s very similar to HeartGard in flavor and texture,? reports Dr. Bach. ?If you have your dogs on that medication, you already know that they?ll do anything for it. They really don?t see it as a medication. To them, it?s a treat!?

The active ingredient in NexGard is afoxolaner, which kills fleas by over-stimulating their nervous systems. As the medication takes effect, the fleas climb to the top of the dog?s coat so pet owners can actually see NexGard in action. A recent study showed that 100 percent of the fleas die within 24 of giving NexGard.

Although NexGard does not kill flea eggs and flea larva directly like Frontline does, it effectively destroys flea populations on a dog by killing adults so quickly that they are not able to reproduce. With regular use of NexGard at 30-day intervals, dogs can be kept flea- and tick-free easily and safely.

About Pet Medical Center

Pet Medical Center is a full-service veterinary clinic for dogs and cats providing expert care in a professional, friendly, and compassionate environment. Dr. Isabelle Bach uses state of the art diagnostics to provide individualized treatment for pets of all ages to ensure high quality of life. Preventative care as well as pet surgery, dentistry, emergency care, and pet boarding is available.

Contact Information:

Pet Medical Center

40150 Winchester Road, Suite 4

Temecula, CA 92591

(951) 676-3531


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Here!!Here!! BadRap! Very well thought out, resear…

Here!!Here!! BadRap! Very well thought out, researched, and written!

What are the chances that TIME would publish your piece?

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Well I must say that here in Ontario Canada , we s…

Well I must say that here in Ontario Canada , we seldom have a problem with these dogs , yes we have BSL that is seldom enforced . I take knowledge from experienced people , so Time magazine has no pit bull experience for me to absorb .Tia and her girls I will listen to.

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Big Captain Fish Gambia 2011

Monster Captainfish caught by Mark Gordon 7th Jan 2011 in Gambia River from Malcolm Green’s Greenies “Magic Moments” Filmed by Joe Duncan.

This Pier is known for big fish of all kinds, even Sail fish, huge Permit, Amber Jack, Cobia, Big Snook, Cuda, even Black Fin Tuna have been found here, and …

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Professional Dog Grooming

Some dog owners enjoy grooming their pets at home, while other owners don’t want to go through the hassle and work involved in keeping their dog looking its best at all times. Long haired dogs are the most difficult to groom at home and for these owners a professional dog grooming service is a good alternative.

The grooming needs of a dog vary according to factors such as the breed of the dog, the type of coat, how many layers the coat has, the hair length, and whether the dog spends more time indoors or outdoors.

Some grooming activities like brushing the hair and the cleaning the teeth and ears, can easily be done at home, while professional dog grooming services may be desired for nail trimming and haircutting.

Most dogs will need the following grooming tasks, but at different intervals, depending on how many of the factors listed above apply to your dog :

* Brushing the dog’s coat and removing any matted hair
* Teeth cleaning
* Nail trimming
* Ear cleaning
* Haircuts (necessary only for certain dog breeds that have continually growing hair)

    There are several grooming tasks that should be performed by a professional dog groomer:

* Nail Trimming. The nails of a dog are very sensitive. They have abundant nerve endings and can easily bleed if they’re cut too short. This can be a difficult and stressful task for a dog owner unless they have adequate experience in trimming a dog’s nails. The procedure also requires special tools to cut the nails and grind them smooth using a power nail grinder. Professional dog groomers are trained in the best methods of trimming and styling a dog’s nails and provide assurance that your dog’s health and well-being are the primary concern.

* Cutting a dog’s hair should always be done by a professional dog grooming service because it takes special training to know exactly how a dog’s hair should be cut.

* A professional teeth cleaning appointment should be scheduled once a year, the same as you would schedule with your own dentist. A thorough teeth cleaning can only be done by a professional dog groomer. It cannot and should not, be performed at home.

Professional dog groomers are trained in correct and painless methods of dog grooming with your dog’s safety in mind. Unfortunately, many dog owners have discovered that when they attempt to perform some dog grooming techniques at home, they end up hurting their dog.

The next time you take your dog to a professional groomer take the time to ask them for tips on how to best take care of the simple pet grooming jobs at home in between your appointments with the groomer.

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