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Tiny Paws Sanctuary for Special Needs Animals, formally T.Paws Rescue & ARFanage, is a sanctuary for animals damaged physically or emotionally by past abuse or neglect, senior dogs with chronic health issues, and those who have been born with, or acquired, a handicap. Located in Church Hill, TN, Tiny Paws is a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization.
It's finally here! Secrets of a Vet Tech II: A Low Cost Pet Care Guide for Pet Parents, Animal Shelters, Rescues and Homesteaders.
Fifty-two chapters and 436 pages, this new edition is filled with information no pet parent or animal rescue should be without.Learn the art of proactive pet parenting that can, not only help you save money, but improve the quality and longevity of your pet's life.
Learn the art of proactive pet parenting that can, not only help you save money, but improve the quality and longevity of your pet's life.
Locked within its 52 chapters, you will find well-researched revelations concerning concerning pet nutrition, vaccinations, heartworms, animal behavior, and more. Acquire the knowledge and confidence to respond to emergencies and recognize illness.
The research is done for you in concise and informative charts. Compare the cost of popular flea and heartworm preventatives or study about the use of over the counter and prescription medication.
Learn how to chose a quality veterinarian and how to work together with the veterinary staff to create a health-care team for your pet. Master the steps of the Pet Exam Train (PET), a common sense, at-home exam, that teaches you what is normal for your pet so you can quickly recognize the abnormal.
Not limited to dogs and cats, this reference discusses the care of exotics, including proper habitat and illnesses.
Secrets of a Vet Tech II offers animal shelters and rescues new ideas and resources to better utilize donations, and by doing so, save more animals.
This easy to use reference is written with frankness and clarity that teaches that, even in the toughest times, the best interest of the pet is still obtainable.