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Are Cats Better Alone Or In Pairs?

This is a common question - are cats better alone or in pairs? I hear this a lot, "Doc - Should I get Another Cat? Historically, cats are considered by some to be independent, nonsocial and self-reliant. However, cats are much more social than we have given them credit for. They often enjoy the presence of another cat.
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Foot and Mouth Disease in Horses

Foot and Mouth: The News From Great Britain The Cheltenham Gold Cup - canceled Badminton - canceled or postponed Crufts - postponed Foxhunting meets - canceled This is the least of the problems. Piles of animals are burning, valuable bloodlines have been lost. All the National Forests closed, river ways closed, agriculture of all kinds from Great Britain is shunned.
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How Fast Can a Greyhound Run?

Have you ever wondered, “How fast can a greyhound run?” The greyhound has a sleek, aerodynamic build with a narrow head and long legs, and the greyhound is perfectly constructed for high-speed pursuit. Greyhounds can sprint at speeds up to 40 or 45 miles per hour, making them the fastest of all dog breeds.
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Tip on Dangers of Liquid Potpourri to Dogs

Liquid potpourri is a common household item that is used with a simmer pot to release fragrances to infuse homes. They are especially common in pet-loving homes to help mask smells. But be careful. Liquid potpourri is extremely caustic to dogs and cats. It contains essential oils and detergents that are caustic and toxic.
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