"Healthy vs Harmful Food for your Dogs" infographic by @CityLeash. *** A note about Human Medications ... Yes, your veterinarian may prescribe many medications for your dog that are also used for humans. In some instances, they may even recommend over-the-counter options found in a drug store. The key thing here however is talking to your veterinarian! Get their opinion BEFORE giving your dogs any medication.
It's possible to lose weight in two weeks -- cutting bloat, fat and water weight -- without using a juice fast or starvation diet. The key to this weight-loss regimen is to stick to a small group of foods -- all lean proteins, healthy fats and whole grains. http://www.ehow.com/how_7722333_lose-pounds-2-weeks-safely.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
Safe foods for hamsters. A clear hamster icon means you can go ahead and give it to your hamster without worry; an “X” over the hamster icon means you should never give that item to your hamster; and an “S” refers to it being safe sometimes or some foods within that section being safe Key: Red = Syrian/Golden Hamsters Yellow = Roborovski Dwarf Hamsters Green = Chinese Dwarf Hamsters Blue = Djungarian Hamsters/Russian Winter White Hamsters Purple = Campbell’s Dwarf Hamsters