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Treating Hip Dysplasia In Dogs by Kelly Marshall [17 Jul 2008|10:11pm]
lassfo3045
Treating Hip Dysplasia In Dogs
 by: Kelly Marshall
Hip dysplasia is a very common condition in most breeds of dogs. Often larger dogs are more prone to hip dysplasia but it can also occur even in the small and toy breeds. Hip dysplasia is a degenerative condition that usually affects dogs as they age, although some breeds can start showing the symptoms of hip dysplasia at young ages as well.

The hip of the dog works the same as the hip joint in a human. It is a ball and socket joint with the socket attached to the pelvis and the ball part of the joint attached to the femur or thigh bone. Normally the ball and socket fit together properly and there is movement in all directions. There is a ligament and other protective tissues that hold the ball and socket together and keep the joint strong and healthy.

Dogs that develop hip dysplasia have an abnormal growth of the soft tissues around the joint and within the ball and socket mechanism of the hip. This starts when the dogs are very young. The result is that the bones of the hip joint are not in close contact with each other; rather they are separated by the layer of abnormal tissue that has developed in the joint. The constant outward pressure of the joint by this tissue then further leads to a stretching of the ligament that holds the joint together. The result is a separation of the joint known as a subluxation.

Hip dysplasia is a hereditary condition that means that it can only be passed down through breeding. With conscientious breeders having their dogs tested for hip dysplasia before breeding the condition can be controlled. The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) has collected data on various breeds and lines since 1966. This database is the largest in the world and is used by reputable breeders to ensure that the lines that they are crossing have little chance of carrying this genetic condition.

Treatment

Hip dysplasia in dogs is usually first noticed by stiffness and pain with walking. This will often result in dogs having trouble sitting or standing as the joint is flexed and extended. Many owners think that their pet has arthritis when this occurs. A vet can verify hip dysplasia with a physical exam, which will manipulate the joint. The vet can tell be the tension or lack thereof in the muscle and connective tissue around the hip. An X-ray can also be used to verify the condition.

There are several ways to treat hip dysplasia and usually the treatment method will depend on the age of the dog and the cost of the procedure. All the methods that involve surgery are very costly and may not completely cure the problem, depending on the amount of damage that has been done to the bones. Usually younger dogs are more effectively treated with the surgical procedures. Total hip replacements as well as altering of the pelvic bones and even removal of part of the joint or connective tissue are all options.

Non-surgical methods include anti-inflammatory, arthritis medications as well as controlled diet and non-strenuous exercise. Since it is a hereditary condition there is no medication that can control the disease but the damage to the joint and the pain that the dog may be experiencing can be effectively managed for many years.



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Your Guide To Goat Farming by Morgan Hamilton - ArticleCity.com [14 Jul 2008|04:11am]
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Your Guide To Goat Farming
 by: Morgan Hamilton
The goats produce two very important products in goat farming - the milk and the meat. In most of the large goat farms the goats are treated much like dairy cows as their accommodations are indoors and they are milked twice a day. Large farmers have more than 400-500 goats in their farms.

The breeding season for goats in farms is from August to March. The goat's pregnancy lasts for four months and they are generally bred once a year, so their kids are born between January and August. The female goats give birth to one to five kids and twins are to be expected.

A female goat in a farm can start mating after the age of seven to nine months while it can be milked when the goat reaches a year. Goats give birth easily, so no special help is needed. However, the farmers need to make sure that the kids nurse from their mother, if they don't, they should be fed from a bottle. This should be done right after the kid is born as this is when it receives the critical first milk which is called colostrum. After it is fed with colostrum containing minerals, vitamins and antibodies for a few days, the kid could be fed with milk formula or could nurse from its mother.

Breeding goats in a farm is quite similar to breeding cows. The kids of goats should be given a milk formula until they can be weaned; this is after they reach five to seven weeks of age. This is the time when the goats are then milked.

In a goat farm the females are given a two month period before giving birth, they need this time so that they could give nutrition to their kids after birth. As far as milking goats in diary farms is concerned, goats are milked twice a day, usually in intervals of 12 hours. The milk can be extracted by machine or by hand depending on the kind of techniques and work force the goat farm has. Another thing which makes breeding goats and cows similar is that the both use up to date diary production which should meet certain hygienic requirements.

If the farmer is interested more in meat production, then the kids of the goats should be nursed from eight to ten weeks. After that they are to be fed hay, grain and pasture until they gain enough weight, which can vary from 35 to 90 pounds.

When a farmer is breeding goats for their meat, he should consider the goats' breed and then decide what optimal weight the goats should reach. Different breeds of goat reach different weight. Goat farming might not be the first thing you considered when talking about farming, but it is a profitable and enjoyable business activity.


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Golden Retrievers And Some Things You Didn't Know About Them [10 Jul 2008|04:11pm]
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Golden Retrievers And Some Things You Didn't Know About Them
 by: Richard Cussons
How it all began with Golden Retrievers: Sir Dudley Majoribanks wanted a hunting dog, but not just any hunting dog. He wanted one that was just as a much a companion as it was a retriever of the birds he shot. The then popular Irish Setters and Spaniels were only good for showing him where the birds had fallen but their coats, much too fine, kept them from finding them in harsher areas. So, Dudley Majoribanks created the Golden Retriever and, coincidentally, one of the most popular breeds. Of course, it was not an easy task--it took him years to create the dog he envisioned (years and multiple breeds).
From 1865 to 1889, Majoribanks used his pups to further the idea of the ultimate hunting dog. When he finally accomplished his goal, the result was a mix of the Setter, lesser Newfoundland, Springer Spaniel and the Water Spaniel.
Majoribanks had his Retriever.
Golden Retrievers are one of the most popular breeds (second only to Labrador Retrievers) and with good reason: their gentle temperaments and sweet faces make them a favored family dog. But, also, their water-repellent coats and high intelligence make them ideal for hunting, which Majoribanks would be proud to see continue. This mixture of intelligence and loyalty mark them as a natural choice for families. This is a devoted breed, one that will do everything they can to please.
Standing between 20 to 24 inches and weighing 55 to 80 pounds, this is not a dog meant for great intimidation (of course, its friendly isposition cancels that idea, no matter what the size). Instead, this is a dog built for activity: whether hunting, retrieving or merely playing with its owners, the Golden Retriever is meant to move.
This can cause a problem for some households, however. Many people see the Golden as the ultimate dog. In some ways, it is, but there are disadvantages. One, as mentioned before, is the need for activity. Golden Retrievers were not created to simply lay around the house. It needs something to spark its intelligence and use its natural instincts. If you do not have the time to devote to this breed, then you should not consider purchasing a pup. But, it's not just time spent exercising--your Golden wants time with you. That matters most. The affectionate dogs cannot stand to be left alone. If they are, for longer periods of time, they may become destructive.
Of course, many people respond to this by either: locking their pet outside or crating him. Neither one of these options is overly wise. The Golden is prone to digging when left outside for too long and could escape the yard, and, if left in a crate, the dog would be miserable. No, you need time to spend with this breed. Otherwise, you will both be unhappy.
Another disadvantage to the Golden can also be argued as its greatest advantage: its temperament. To the Golden, everyone is a friend to be licked and loved. In some ways, this is excellent. You can trust your pet never to harm your children, your other animals or even strangers who visit the house. In other ways, however, this is a problem. The Golden does not make even a tolerable guard dog. If you are looking for something to defend you, this is not it. This breed was meant to be sweet, not to become aggressive if a stranger should appear in the doorway. Now, yes, the Golden Retriever will bark (they can actually become quite vocal) but that is all they are likely to do. Even intense training is no guarantee that your Golden will defend you. It's hard to suppress centuries of loving instinct.
But, if you are searching for a dog that will love you and try its best to please you, then the Golden is the perfect match. This is a dog that will always greet you at the door, even when you've just stepped out for a minute, and this is a dog that will want to be with you no matter where you are. If you have the time and energy to devote to it, Golden Retrievers will never let you down.
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Goldfish Diseases - How To Spot Them, Treat Them, And Hopefully Prevent Them [15 Jun 2008|08:11am]
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Goldfish Diseases - How To Spot Them, Treat Them, And Hopefully Prevent Them
 by: Mark Sturge
Many small animals and fish are susceptible to diseases and once infected, have greatly shortened life spans.
A goldfish can get sick if his tank is dirty, the water and oxygen levels are too low, the temperatures are too warm or too cool and if he is not being fed properly. Even if you are an excellent and doting parent, sometimes your goldfish might get sick for reasons unknown. Prevention and early detection are the best ways to help Goldie fight the urge to float upside-down.
There are many diseases that goldfish owners should be prepared to treat. They may not be pretty and you might be a little uneasy at first when attempting to identify them, but for the sake of your goldfish take the time to learn about and become familiar with parasite identities.
Skin Flukes are tiny worms that reside in the gill area of fish, consuming the skin cells and causing the fish to itch. Fish have a tendency to rub up against hard objects in attempts to relieve the itching, resulting in red and swollen gill areas. Relief and a cure can be found at pet stores.
Anchor Worm is a contagious parasite that attaches itself to the sides, head or mouth of the fish and is contracted by the ingestion of infection live food. The worm looks like a piece a green, brown or white thread dangling from the goldfish and can cause sore blood spots once it has entered into the flesh. Medicines are available for curing this disease.
Ich is the most common parasite that attacks fish with lowered immune systems. Introduction your fish to a new environment is enough to weaken immune systems and thus is a frequent cause of Ich in fish. Little white bumps will appear all over an infected fish, causing him to itch and gasp for air. Medication is readily available at pet stores and should be administered as soon as possible.
Tail or Fin Rot is a disease that causes damage and fraying to the fish's tail and fins, and is normally brought on by poor water conditions and high levels of ammonia and nitrites. Medication can be purchased at your local pet store.
There are plenty of different diseases, parasites and fungal infections out there just waiting to attack your poor defenseless goldfish. By monitoring and properly caring for your pet, you will improve your goldfish's chances of avoiding illness.

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Frequently Asked Dog Training Questions: [14 Jun 2008|04:11pm]
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Frequently Asked Dog Training Questions:
 by: Susie Aga
1. Why do dogs eat their poop?
One reason dogs eat their poop is because it just plain taste good. Another reason is it could be a vitamin deficiency. One other reason for the poop eating is that it is an instinctual behavior in the wild to eat the poop to keep other predators from tracking their movements. Some solutions for stopping poop eating are: You can put meat tenderizer on their food and it is supposed to make the poop taste bad once it goes through the body. Check to make sure your dog food is nutritous enough and they are getting everything they need in their diet. The best and most effective way is to clean up after your dog immediately.
2. How do I get my dogs to stop barking?
Dogs bark as a form of communication. Dogs will also bark out of boredom. Dogs that are not with their pack [you are their pack] will bark to get the packs attention to let them know they are lonely. Dogs will bark to alert that there is a person walking by or another dog in their territory it is a natural form of communication. If you remove the stimulant then there is no need to bark at it. The best way to stop nuisance barking is to exercise/socialize your dog. If the dog is with their pack then they is no need to get the packs attention. Dogs also bark when they are excited it is their natural way of communication.
3. How do I get my dog to stop chewing up the furniture?
If you have a puppy it is probably teething and in some pain. The chewing is satiating to them and can possibly be soothing their gums. You can give them a cold carrot to chew on, make sure you give it to them outside it can get quite messy. You can also freeze chicken broth in ice cube trays for them to have to help relieve some of the discomfort. You can also use Bitter Apple spray to detour them from chewing. Mature dogs usually chew out of boredom and stress. Exercise is the best way to release the stress. You can turn there attention on to something else that is more exciting then your dinning room table leg.
4. How do I get my dog to stop nipping and play-biting?
One way is to yelp very loud and startle the puppy. If the puppy was playing with another puppy and it bite to hard then the puppy would yelp to let them know it hurt. If the play stops as a result of biting too hard then the puppy will learn from being shunned away that biting stops the play time. Another solution for play biting is to have a toy and redirect the attention on to something else. You can also change the dogs environment take them outside for a walk is very helpful.
5. How do I stop my dog from potting in the house?
Once a dog start using the bathroom in the house the only method that works is PREVENTION. Every time your dog uses the bathroom in the house it takes 10 consecutively times using the bathroom outside that teaches it outside is where to go potty. So if you get to 9 times outside and then they have a mistake inside you have to start all over again. You must look at your dog/puppy as a 9 month old crawling baby with out a diaper on. Surely you would not let a 9 month old baby loose in your house with out a diaper on.

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[23 Feb 2005|07:27am]

antibarbierock
No, but seriously. What is this I hear about Jefferson Commons Pegasus Connection not being one big party anymore? Why didn't the 1637 legend carry on?

Other questions:
- Still infested with roaches?
- Still run by incompetent idiots?
- Is the pool still out of service due to broken glass?
- Is the parking situation still way too hideous to even think about having friends over?
- Do the sprinklers still smell like egg water?
- Do people still have dogs they shouldn't and then not take care of them?
- Are the basketball courts still loud as hell and only occupied on nights before you have early classes?


... I think I'm just bored, so I'll leave. K, bye.

♥,
Amy Lee
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[30 Nov 2004|06:18pm]

antibarbierock
So, what's the new witty name for the ghetto since the switch to "Pegasus Connection"?

Jefferson Compton
Jefferson Ghetto
How I don't miss thee.
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[27 Aug 2004|07:04pm]

jamiroquai
[ mood | blank ]

hey.

just stumbled across this thing searching up pegasus pointe. i'm just another bored kid looking for something to do here who is too jaded with the elitist scene cliques to try to make himself some friends. i never go to the little organized floor social meetings because i am sick of being promised free pizza and ice cream just so i can go there and be handed a bag of skittles or some shit. so i figured posting in this thing would be the next most social thing i could do. so yeah. lets hear it for skittle disappointment.

oh. and i know the band jamiroquai sucks so don't tell me. not even to be ironic.

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Need A Room!!! [16 Jun 2004|12:41am]

muerda_muerda
Hey everyone,

Help me!

I need a room for the fall semester. My family moved to LA just a week ago (I'm in LA now) but I need to get back to Orlando for the fall term. It's my last term before graduation so I only need a room for then. I don't have a car so I'll need somewhere with a shuttle (or for someone who can give me rides to class: Mon, Wed and Fri 10.30am.. I'll pay extra for rides)

i'm female, no pets, don't smoke, drink or party. Let me know if anyone has a room for me. Thanks.
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Sublease in a 2/2 duplex near campus. [11 May 2004|12:39pm]

swankorama
Get away from expensive student housing! Let's face it: it's noisy, crowded, and you are overcharged for what you get.

Your dorm and apartment woes are over! I am looking for a roomie to sublease a room in a duplex!

Who: I need to room with a female, preferably.

What: Nice size master bedroom, private bathroom. House includes good size living room and large kitchen. I have it decorated nicely, and I have a leather couch!

Where: Right off University and Dean, about five minutes driving time from campus. You won't find a nicer place to live near campus.

When: Lease starts July 1.

Why: The rent is only $337 a month (+ utilities)! I already have cable internet hooked up (wireless as well). It's a QUIET neighborhood of mostly families, away from traffic and noise. We have a yard in the front and the back and a screened porch. The management here is quick to fix any problems and are easy to get ahold of.

I have photos of the place, and if you'd like to come by and take a look, you are more than welcome! If you are interested, please email me: brenna@grrlstar.net

Oh, and tell your friends if they are looking for a place that's not student housing and is nice and quiet!
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[02 Feb 2004|12:26am]

antibarbierock
haha...
how is it over there in the ghetto these days?
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[17 Jan 2004|10:43pm]

violetclouds
[ mood | pissed off ]

Anyone else having trouble accessing the internet? And by trouble I mean totally unable to get online.

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Hello. [26 Nov 2003|11:58pm]

wmuhottie
[ mood | cheerful ]

I live in Jefferson Commons in Kalamazoo, MI. I know I don't live in Florida (I wish I did) but antibarbierock told me to join so hey here I am. I don't belong to any other communities so why not. :) Just thought I'd try to post something. I don't even know if our apartments are the same, but mine involves snow... and I bet yours does not. LoL

~Nicole

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[25 Nov 2003|07:39pm]

puccio
On my drive to Sarasota today I was thinking about funny nick names for the other side of the ghetto, aka Jefferson Lofts. The one that came to my mind and I like most was
"Luxery priced apartments, ghetto style living. Jefferson Lofts."

I had a few others but I forgot them.
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[21 Nov 2003|03:28pm]

swankorama
i heard the office saying the contract for noment is up this december!!

what a wonderful christmas present for all of us suffering with molasses slow internet!!

reviews of jefferson ghetto
this one below is our jefferson commons: my rating is the "party 24/7" one. enjoy them all!
http://www.apartmentratings.com/rate?a=v&complex_id=407382411432826&showall=true

http://www.apartmentratings.com/rate?a=v&complex_id=866216205765201&showall=true

http://www.apartmentratings.com/rate?a=v&complex_id=405533533074075&showall=true
- i really like the "jefferson nightmare!" that's a good one!
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[20 Nov 2003|01:31am]

antibarbierock

FUCKING NOMENT!


my grandma's dialup is faster. :X


p.s.
anyone else hear the girls horribly off key serenading the birthday boy?
or all the fucking noise?
or the car alarms that no one pays attention to because they can't hear them over the loud annoying music?

k, bye.
♥,
amy
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[20 Nov 2003|01:19am]

swankorama
[ mood | annoyed ]

WHY in the hell did the FIRE ALARM beep this morning at 3:30am?

And how is it that we have lawn service and/or powerwashing every day? This place never looks any better...

I have to go water my trash garden...er... lawn now.

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[14 Nov 2003|03:25am]

violetclouds
[ mood | apathetic ]

I love how the garbage people come at 3:30am and I especially love the fact that the Dumpster is right in front of my building. I can practically touch it from my patio. Seriously. Isn't it against the law to bang around a gigantic Dumpster at this hour? Disturbing the peace and whatnot? Hm.

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