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Floating Teeth

Horses don't get their teeth cleaned routinely like people, dogs or cats. Brushing teeth is also not too commonly done. What horses do get is their teeth "floated." The teeth located in the cheek area (back of the mouth) can develop spurs and sharp edges over time. These points can cause pain, difficulty chewing and eating problems.
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Pet care

Tip for Not Declawing Your Cat

Here is a tip from one of our users: Before you declaw your cat because it has been sharpening its claws on your furniture as well as its scratching posts, try this: Buy a role of adhesive-backed shelf liner (sometime called contact paper). Cut pieces large enough to cover the areas your cat is most likely to shred, remove the backing on the paper, and voila!
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Pretty please cat food

She went downstairs to call the pizza place and I stayed in the kitchen. I put some water in a pan and put some vegetable oil in. I grabbed some tortillas from the cupboard, laid them in the pan, and stirred them up with a little salt.
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Pet care

Tips on Cat Etiquette - Dealing with the Begging Kitty

Like dogs, some cats insist on sampling the meal being served. The cat may sit under the table and scratch at your leg and meow, or she may sit on the table beside your plate and be more forward about her desire. Unless your guest is 100% an animal person and finds this habit acceptable, the begging kitty should not be present during meal time.
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