My Cat Has A Bald Spot On Her Stomach?

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The Best Of Eagle Attacks 2018 – Most Amazing Moments Of Wild Animal Fights! Wild Discovery Animals

The Best Of Eagle Attacks 2018 – Most Amazing Moments Of Wild Animal Fights! Wild Discovery Animals
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Biggest tick ever!!! and How to Remove Ticks From Pets Step-by-Step

Biggest tick on dog I ever have seen!!!

How to Remove Ticks From Pets Step-by-Step

Ticks can transmit deadly diseases to a pet within 24 hours of a bite, so swift removal is key.

Here’s the best way to remove a tick from your dog or cat so you’re prepared to get rid of these dangerous parasites.

Before you start the actual removal process, gather everything that you need to remove the offending tick from your pet first. It’s harder to try and manage a squirming animal while looking for your tweezers or rubbing alcohol than it is having everything you need within arm’s reach.

What You’ll Need

Tweezers (pointy ones work best)
Latex or rubber gloves
Rubbing alcohol
Antiseptic wipes (optional)
Jar or container with lid

Steps for Removing a Tick

Step 1: Put on your gloves.

Ticks carry infectious agents that can seep into a human’s bloodstream through breaks in the skin. It’s better to play it safe and wear protective gear.

Step 2: Steady your pet and keep him calm.

When you’re getting ready to remove the tick you’ve got to keep your pet calm. Any unusual poking or prodding tends to make dogs and cats nervous. If there is another person available, have that person hold your pet and keep him relaxed

Step 3: Position your tweezers.

Take a pair of tweezers—pointy ones work best—and grab hold of the tick as close to your dog’s skin as possible. Be careful not to pinch your dog’s skin.

Step 4: Pull out the tick.

Using steady pressure, pull the tick out using a straight motion. Do not twist or jerk the tick because you want to avoid leaving the tick’s mouthparts behind. Also, make sure not to squeeze or crush the tick, since its fluids may contain infectious material. After removing the tick, examine it to make sure the head and mouth parts were removed. If not, take your pet to veterinarian to remove what’s left in the pet’s skin.

Step 5: Kill the tick.

Kill the tick by placing it in a container with rubbing alcohol. Once the tick is dead, most veterinarians recommend keeping it in the container with a lid incase your pet begins displaying symptoms of disease.

Step 6: Disinfect the bite site.

Use antiseptic spray or wipes to disinfect the bite site and keep an eye on it for signs of infection. If the bite site remains red or becomes inflamed, make an appointment with your veterinarian.

Step 7: Reward your pet.

After you’ve removed the tick from your dog or cat, praise your pet for being good. Give him or her a treat and add in some extra playtime as a special reward.

Keep an Eye on Your Pet

Make sure to keep a close eye on your dog or cat over the next few weeks and be on the lookout for any strange symptoms including a reluctance to move, fever, fatigue, loss of appetite and swollen lymph nodes. If your dog displays any of these symptoms, make an appointment with your vet immediately.

Find more information on PetMD and see also: 2017 Flea & Tick Survival Guide!

See also: Dog with embedded larvae ticks in her belly, about 100 of them – WCCO 09-07-2017

See also: Lyme disease in dogs – WCSH 21-04-2016

See also: Dog saved from euthanasia when vet finds paralyzing tick – GlobalNews 25-06-2016

See also: Dog’s mystery illness solved by extern – CNN 23-05-2016

See also: Enhanced surveillance of ticks to combat Lyme disease in southern N.B. – GlobalNews 16-06-2017

See also: ‘I’m here as a sign of hope’: Nationwide effort aims for Lyme disease education

See also: Vets encourage vaccinations as early cases of Lyme disease confirmed in pets

See also: Lyme and Reason: Preventing pets from Lyme Disease – WSAW 23-05-2017

See also: An uptick in ticks How Nova Scotians can protect themselves – GlobalNews 02-06-2017

Read also: LYME SCI: Dog maps provide important clue to human disease risk

Read also: Pet Ownership Increases Risk of Contracting Lyme Disease

Read also: Federal government spends $4M to fight Lyme disease
New framework aims to improve diagnosis and treatment of tick-related disease

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Lyme disease is one of the fastest spreading infectious diseases in the world.

Lyme disease is almost twice as common as breast cancer and six times more common than HIV/AIDS!

Channel: Documentaries 2u
Published: 2017-07-13 22:41:45
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6 Things You Should Never Do After Eating

People usually lie down or sit comfortably in a chair after having dinner, but this is a big mistake you should never make. According to experts, these habits are highly dangerous and can put your health at risk. In this video I’m about to share with you 6 things you should never do after eating

Smoking is bad enough, but after a meal, it’s ten times the killer. Yep, that’s right! smoking right after a meal is very bad and if you must do it, you should wait for at least a couple of hours after the meal. Cigarette contain nicotine, a substance that binds to oxygen your body desperately needs for digestion, which makes your body absorb carcinogens. According to several studies, smoking a cigarette after a meal has the same effect as smoking 10 cigarettes at once, and increases your risk of bowel and lung cancer significantly as well.

2.Never go to bed after a meal
Lying down for a nap or sleeping after a meal is the favorite thing of millions of people, but this habit is not healthy at all. When we lie down some digestive juices from your stomach flow back to the esophagus because of gravitational force, due to its acidic nature it can burn the inner layer of the esophagus causing acid reflux.

3.Never rush to shower after a meal
Waiting 30 minutes after a meal in order to take a shower is the best suggestion one could give on this topic. Digestion needs a lot of energy and blood flow in our body. But when we take a warm water shower, blood flows towards your skin to release off the heat, thus making it difficult to digest.

4.Drinking tea
Teas are healthy, but shouldn’t be consumed after a meal. Drinking tea after having a meal can interfere with the iron absorption in your body as tea contains tannic acid which binds to the iron and protein from our food. This can result in 87% decrease in iron absorption and even iron deficiency, which can lead to anemia, dizziness, weakness and fatigue
5.Eat your fruits before not after a meal
Fruits are recommended by almost everyone, be it some expert dietician, or just some inexperienced house-wife. But few of them know that fruits just after any meal can be harmful, and thus neglect to mention it to you. Fruits are the easiest to digest, and just take 20 minutes to travel from your stomach to intestines, where they are finally digested (bananas and dates being the two exceptions). So when you eat a fruit after a meal, it gets stuck with the food, thus not travelling in time to the intestines, and getting spoiled as a result, thus spoiling food too.

6.Avoid cold water after a meal
The reason is very simple . Ice water does not let the food digest properly because it causes clumping of food. Hot warm water helps absorbs nutrients better.

NOTE: The materials and the information contained on Natural ways channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provide.

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Published: 2017-09-21 14:18:31
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Psycho Cat Beats Up On Vet

Lucas took a little visit to the vet’s office today for his yearly shots and it wasn’t pretty.
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Jen Plucking Armpits P.1

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