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All about Aquatic Turtles and their nutritional needs

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Aquatic turtles are entertaining, quiet, and not too complex to care for once you understand the individual species needs. The life of an aquatic turtle can span more than 20 years, a significant commitment...

The diet of horses

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What do horses’ diets consist of and how to ensure the correct nutrients are consumed Horses were first domesticated in around 3500 BC, likely by Botai hunter- gatherers, who used them as transport for hunting....

Protection against stress!

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The horse’s digestive tract is very sensitive and prone to disturbances. It can be very easily thrown out of balance by management errors such as husbandry or feeding mistakes. Brewers’ yeast is a well-known...

Providing right nutrition for your pet rats

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Rats are intelligent, highly social pets who are very rewarding to look after. They form close bonds with their carers, they are fiercely independent and also loyal to their companions. Rats have a life...

Soothing your puppy – teething and dental

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With sharp little teeth and their playful attitude, puppies are small balls of adorable nightmares. They explore the world through their powerful jaws and play with as much strength as they can muster in...

The nutritional requirements of your froggy friend

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by Niamh Cassidy, International Petfood, UK For those interested in keeping exotic pets, frogs are ideal. They can live happily in a relatively small space and do not require too much attention; however, they are...

Wheat germ foods for koi: A new look at an old tradition

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by Dr David Pool, Founder of FishScience, UK Wheat germ-rich foods have always been popular amongst koi enthusiasts as the winter months approach. Japanese koi keepers have used these foods for generations and hobbyists across...
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what do axolotl eat: The types of food that are both nutritional and enjoyable...

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Axolotls are the Peter Pan of Salamanders who manages to stay ‘young’ throughout their lives by retaining their larval characteristics and thereby never growing out of their aquatic lives like other salamanders. Axolotls are cute...

From the editor: The skin; a natural barrier for nutritional implications in dogs and...

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The skin is actually one of the largest tissues or organs of the human body but of course also for our companions’ cats and dogs. The integument is the vital barrier protecting the animal...

Reptiles: An examination of their nutrition & feeding habits

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Reptiles are cold blooded vertebrates who are members of the class Reptilia. Living reptiles comprise turtles, crocodiles, lizards, snakes and rhynchocephalians. They belong to the tetrapod vertebrate’s category, meaning that they have four legs...

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