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    • Pet

    • A pet or companion animal is an animal kept primarily for a person's company or protection, as opposed to working animals, sport animals, , and laboratory animals, which are kept primarily for performance, agricultural value, or research. The most popular pets are noted for their attractive appearances and their loyal ... Read »


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    • Pets

    • A pet or companion animal is an animal kept primarily for a person's company or protection, as opposed to working animals, sport animals, , and laboratory animals, which are kept primarily for performance, agricultural value, or research. The most popular pets are noted for their attractive appearances and their loyal ... Pets


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    • Species endangered by the pet trade

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    • Pet

    • A pet or companion animal is an animal kept primarily for a person's company or protection, as opposed to working animals, sport animals, , and laboratory animals, which are kept primarily for performance, agricultural value, or research. The most popular pets are noted for their attractive appearances and their loyal ... Read »


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    • Abandoned pets

    • Abandoned pets are both exotic pets and companion animals that are either inadvertently or deliberately cast off by their owners. This commonly occurs when an owner dies, when a pet becomes disruptive or grows too large, or if the pet was an impulse buy, like rabbits bought for Easter without thinking of the care requi ... Read »


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    • Animal fancy

    • Animal fancy is a hobby involving the appreciation, promotion, or breeding of pet or domestic animals. Fancy may include ownership, showing, animal sports and other competitions, and breeding. Hobbyists may simply collect specimens of the animal in appropriate enclosures (vivaria), such as an aquarium,terrarium, or av ... Read »


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    • Animal loss

    • Since humankind first domesticated animals, the death of a pet or an animal to which one has become emotionally bonded can be an intense loss, comparable with the death of a human loved one, or even greater depending on the individual. The death can be felt more intensely when the owner has made a decision to end the p ... Read »


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    • Antihemorrhagic

    • An antihemorrhagic (antihæmorrhagic) agent is a substance that promotes hemostasis (stops bleeding). It may also be known as a hemostatic (also spelled hæmostatic) agent. A styptic (also spelled stiptic) is a specific type of antihemorrhagic agent that works by contracting tissue to seal injured blood vessels. S ... Read »


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    • Artificial insemination

    • Artificial insemination

      Artificial insemination (AI) is the deliberate introduction of sperm into a female's uterus or cervix for the purpose of achieving a pregnancy through in vivo fertilization by means other than sexual intercourse. It is a fertility treatment for humans, and is a common practice in animal breeding, including dairy cattle ... Read »


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    • Breeder

    • A breeder is a person who selectively breeds carefully selected mates, normally of the same breed to sexually reproduce offspring with specific, consistently replicable qualities and characteristics. This might be as a farmer, agriculturalist, or hobbyist, and can be practiced on a large or small scale, for food, fun, ... Read »


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    • Commodity status of animals

    • The commodity status of animals refers to the legal status as property of most non-human animals, particularly , working animals and animals in sport, and their use as objects of trade.Free-roaming animals (ferae naturae) are (broadly) held in trust by the state; only if captured can be claimed as personal property. A ... Read »


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    • Companion parrot

    • A companion parrot is a parrot kept as a pet that interacts abundantly with its human counterpart. Generally, most species of parrot can make excellent companions. Species of parrots that are kept as companions include large parrots, such as amazons, African greys, cockatoos, eclectus, hawk-headed parrots, and macaws; ... Read »


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    • Emotion in animals

    • Emotions in animals are the subjective feelings and emotions experienced by non-human animals. Emotions may be described as subjective, conscious experiences characterized primarily by psychophysiological expressions, biological reactions, and . Charles Darwin was one of the first scientists to write about the existen ... Read »


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    • Exotic felines as pets

    • A pet exotic feline, also called pet wild cat or pet non-domestic cat, is a member of the Felidae family (excluding the house cat and hybrids thereof) kept as an exotic pet. Hybrids of the domestic cat with non-domestic species (e. g. the Bengal cat or the Savannah cat) are not normally considered wild cats. While ... Read »


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    • Exotic pet

    • An exotic pet is a rare or unusual animal pet, or an animal kept within human households which is generally thought of as a wild species not typically kept as a pet. Commonly, the definition is an evolving one; some rodents, reptiles, and amphibians have become firmly enough established in the world of animal fanc ... Read »


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    • Frogs in captivity

    • Frogs have recently become very popular exotic pets as they are generally undemanding, often visually appealing, and can be kept under fairly basic conditions, compared to reptiles. Many frogs, especially small ones, are inexpensive, and their food is in most cases easily purchased. Commonly kept pet frogs include rani ... Read »


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    • Green iguana

    • Green iguana

      The green iguana (Iguana iguana), also known as the American iguana, is a large, arboreal, mostly herbivorous species of lizard of the genus Iguana. It is native to Central, South America, and the Caribbean. Usually, this animal is simply called the iguana. The green iguana ranges over a large geographic area, from sou ... Read »


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    • Music Pets Love: While You Are Gone

    • Music Pets Love: While You Are Gone

      Music Pets Love: While You Are Gone is a specialty CD by Bradley Joseph on the Robbins Island Music label. It was released in 2004 and has evolved into a series of CD/DVD projects made up of instrumental music mixed with short stories, and soft animal and nature sounds, designed to create a peaceful environment for pet ... Read »


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    • National Pet Month

    • National Pet Month is a celebration of the benefits that pets bring to people's lives - and vice versa. It is observed annually in the United States in May and during the month of April in the United Kingdom. National Pet Month’s aims are to: ... Read »


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    • North American Pet Health Insurance Association

    • North American Pet Health Insurance Association

      The North American Pet Health Insurance Association (NAPHIA) is a freestanding body of reputable and experienced pet health insurance companies and pet health professionals operating in the USA and Canada. It is the main governing body of the growing pet insurance industry. The North American revenues of pet insurance ... Read »


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    • Obesity in pets

    • Obesity in pets is common in many countries. Rates of overweight and obesity in dogs in the United States ranges from 23% to 41% with about 5.1% obese. Rates of obesity in cats was slightly higher at 6.4%. In Australia, the rate of obesity among dogs in a veterinary setting has been found to be 7.6%. The risk of obesit ... Read »


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    • Paws and Whiskers

    • Paws and Whiskers

      Paws and Whiskers is a 2014 fundraising anthology for the Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, featuring some of the best children's stories about cats and dogs of all time, selected by multi-award-winning and best-selling children's author Jacqueline Wilson, with illustrations by Nick Sharratt. Published 13 February 2014 by ... Read »


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    • Pet adoption

    • Pet adoption is the process of taking responsibility for a pet that a previous owner has abandoned or released to a shelter or rescue organization. Common sources for adoptable pets are animal shelters and rescue groups. Some organizations give adopters ownership of the pet, while others use a guardianship model wherei ... Read »


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    • Pet Airways

    • Pet Airways

      Pet Airways (OTCQB: ) was an American company headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida, that specialized exclusively in air transportation of pets, using contracted small air carriers. The airline claimed to be the first designed specifically for pets.After Pet Airways ceased operations, their parent, PAWS Pet Company ... Read »


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    • Pet cloning

    • Pet cloning is the cloning of a pet animal. The first commercially cloned pet was a cat named Little Nicky, produced in 2004 by Genetic Savings & Clone for a north Texas woman for the fee of US$50,000. On May 21, 2008 BioArts International announced a limited commercial dog cloning service through a program it called B ... Read »


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    • Pet Emergency Management

    • Emergency management is the discipline of dealing with and avoiding risks. The concept and terminology "pet emergency management" was developed by renowned pet safety expert Ines de Pablo in the spring of 2007. "Defining pet emergency management" is a registered trademark of Ms. de Pablo's company, namely Wag'N Ent ... Read »


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    • Pet first aid

    • First aid is typically described as "Emergency treatment administered to an injured or sick person before professional medical care is available. Although usually referring to humans, the definition is still valid when it comes to pets. Much of the First Aid that is administered is similar, however distinct difference ... Read »


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    • Pet insurance

    • Pet insurance pays, partly or in total, for veterinary treatment of the insured person's ill or injured pet. Some policies will pay out when the pet dies, or if the pet is lost or stolen. As veterinary medicine is increasingly employing expensive medical techniques and drugs, and owners have higher expectations for th ... Read »


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    • Pet passport

    • The Pet Travel Scheme ("PETS") is a system which allows animals to travel easily between member countries without undergoing quarantine. A Pet Passport is a document that officially records information related to a specific animal, as part of that procedure. The effect is to drastically speed up and simplify travel wit ... Read »


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    • Pet psychic

    • A pet psychic, or animal communicator is a person who claims to communicate psychically with animals. Some pet psychics claim to communicate with long-dead animals, while others can be characterized as animal communicators or animal psychologists. The term psychic refers to an alleged ability to perceive information h ... Read »


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    • Pet shipping

    • Pet shipping is an industry that involves transporting pets, often by plane. This service is commonly used when the animal's owner is moving house (in which case, in the United States, it is tax deductible. However, it can also be used when transporting animals for other reasons, to dog shows, for instance. The worldw ... Read »


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    • Pet show

    • An animal show is a form of exhibition featuring the display or performance of one or more breeds of animal. An animal show can be for entertainment, educational, and/or commercial purpose. A judged event may rank specimens for the benefit of those involved in animal breeding or husbandry, or provide entertainment ... Read »


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    • Pet tattoo

    • The act of tattooing a pet is a relatively new phenomena, and is popular in parts of Russia and Asia.Wim Delvoye is a prominent pig tattoo artist who is originally from Belgium, but relocated to China to avoid the EU's animal rights laws. Delvoye puts pigs under light sedation during the tattoo process. Afterwards, the ... Read »


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    • Pet taxi

    • A pet taxi is a type of transportation taxi service that transports various pets. Some pet taxi services also provide pet ambulance, animal boarding and grooming services. Some pet sitting companies may also offer pet taxi services. Some pet taxis charge by the mile, while others may offer a flat rate for various trips ... Read »


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    • Pet travel

    • Pet travel is the process of traveling with or transporting pets. Pet carriers like cat carriers and dog crates confine and protect pets during travel. Pets may experience stress and anxiety from unfamiliar situations and locations. Cats are especially stressed by change. Instead of travelling with their owner on ... Read »


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    • Pet tree

    • A pet tree is a kind of keyring or mobile phone accessory that contains a very small cactus or succulent plant in a bell jar. The plant can be watered and, once it grows too large for the accessory, can be removed so that it may continue growing. Pet trees are popular in Japan, but are also available in the West. ... Read »


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    • Pet-friendly dormitories

    • Pet-friendly Residence Halls have appeared as a number of colleges and universities in the United States, including University of Northern Colorado, Eckerd College, Stephens College, Stetson University, and Washington & Jefferson College. At these institutions, a certain portion of the school's residence halls are set ... Read »


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    • Pets for Vets

    • Pets for Vets

      Pets for Vets is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the United States dedicated to providing a second chance to shelter dogs by rescuing, training and matching them with American veterans who need a companion pet. Pets for Vets was founded on October 21, 2009, by animal behaviorist and trainer, Clarissa Black, ... Read »


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    • Rainbow Bridge (pets)

    • The Rainbow Bridge is the theme of several works of poetry written in the 1980s and 1990s that speak of an other-worldly place where pets go upon death, eventually to be reunited with their owners. One is a prose poem whose original creator is uncertain. The other is a six-stanza poem of rhyming pentameter couplets, cr ... Read »


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    • Title (animal)

    • In animal husbandry and animal fancy, animals can compete in various shows and sports for titles signifying excellence. These titles vary depending on the species of the animal, the kind of show, and the country the event is held in. Dogs competing in conformation shows are eligible to win two titles. The first is ... Read »


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    • Tux Droid

    • Tux Droid is a Linux wireless Tux mascot (210mm x 180mm x 140mm - with lowered wings) with a programmable interface, allowing it to announce events by its gestures and by ALSA driven sound. The events are detected by specific gadgets, which are handled by the Tux Gadget Manager. The Tux Droid supports Linux kernel 2.4 ... Read »


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    • United States presidential pets

    • United States Presidents and their families have often had pets while serving their term(s) in office. The first White House dog to receive regular newspaper coverage was Warren G. Harding's dog Laddie Boy. Pets also featured on presidential elections. Herbert Hoover got a Belgian shepherd dog, King Tut, during h ... Read »


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    • World of Pet Supplies

    • The World of Pet Supplies (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ) is an international pet fair organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). Wholesalers, importers, distributors and retailers that specialise in pet related products and services participate in the fair. The World of Pet Supplies t ... Read »


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    • Wound licking

    • Wound licking is an instinctive response in humans and many other animals to lick an injury. Dogs, cats, small rodents and primates all lick wounds. Saliva contains tissue factor which promotes the blood clotting mechanism. The enzyme lysozyme is found in many tissues and is known to attack the cell walls of many gram- ... Read »


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