I'm not sure what you're looking for here. It really depends on what kind of shaking or trembling you're talking about. Is the word "convulse" or "convulsing" or "convulsion" what you're looking for?
Unscientifically it poisons them and slows their central nervous system activity and stops internal organ functioning.
Michael Vick is the only one so far. that we know of. hopefully no one else will be dumb enough.
Having run the Iditarod, I can tell you exactly what happens. Every single checkpoint that the race goes through has a team of vets available and ready to evaluate and treat injured dogs. The vets partners with the mushers to go over every team when they enter a checkpoint, evaluating individual dogs and answering any questions the musher may have. Likewise a musher can "drop" a tired or injured dog at any checkpoint, meaning they sign the dog over to the Iditarod vets and volunteers to care for and transport the dog back to Anchorage.
Dogs, especially any injured dogs, are top transport priorities, and bump everything else...including humans. The "Iditarod Air Force" a highly skilled team of the cream of the Alaskan bush pilots, will make priority transports of injured dogs from the checkpoints anywhere along the race back to Anchorage and advanced medical care if needed. Most dogs simply need rest, and are transported back to Anchorage and picked up by the musher's designated local contact person. If more treatment is required, the dogs are taken directly to advanced veterinary clinics to have that performed.
The health and safety of the dogs is the top priority for the mushers as well as the vets and trail volunteers. After all, the musher can't travel without them. I dropped 2 dogs in Ruby, a little over half-way through the race, because of sore shoulders -- it was in their best interest, even though they still wanted to go. By the time they got to Anchorage and my handler picked them up back there, they were bouncing around looking for the party...they're gotten enough rest to heal, which is the one thing I couldn't give them enough of on the trail. And I knew that they would be well taken care of once I dropped them and put them in the hands of the vets, pilots and volunteers.
According to CBS News, Michael Vick admitted that he financed the Bad News Kennels dogfighting operation and helped kill six to eight dogs. Vick also admitted that he provided money for bets on the fights, but stated that he never shared in any winnings. Exact revenues will most likely never be known, given that it was an illegal operation.
They are made from a Bloodhound and an Artesien Normand breed. The word 'Bas' means low, and 'et' means rather low.
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They can be. Tennis balls have an almost abrasive material covering them, and over time, this can cause damage to your dogs' teeth. Also, if your dog is strong enough to tear a tennis ball apart, he/she could choke on the pieces or swallow them, causing gastrointestinal problems.
Suggestion: Switch to racquetballs or vet-approved toys, and always monitor your dog when playing.
In the United States, 39.8 people on average are killed skiing or snowboarding each year [National Ski Areas Association], and 43.6 serious injuries occur every year. As there are approximately 15M American skiers, this means there are .88 fatalities per million days of skiing and snowboarding.
Helmet on the head. Shoulder pads on your shoulders. These two are easily identified. Hip pads on the hips, you can tell the hip pads by their shape...if you hold them upside down, the flat part down, they usually have a circular portion on top. They will have snaps too, and these snaps attach to the belt. Butt pad goes over the tailbone. It has snaps and attaches to the belt also. Thigh pads go on the FRONT of the thigh. They look like a half pipe with three ribs pointing outward. You put them in pockets inside the pants. Knee pads go on the knees and are shaped like a "bra cup". They are put inside pockets in the pants as well. Mouth pieces are dipped in boiling water for 4-5 seconds until softened then bit down on. Try to create a suction witin the mouth and it will form to the teeth and bite best. Afterwards, dip into cold water to hold form. The long tab on the mouth piece is attached to the helmet's face mask. Don't cut it off unless the league your in allows it...most don't.
Nothing more than Vasoline or petroleum jelly. It makes the boxing glove slide off the angles of the face and makes it harder to land an off-set punch or miss and not tear the skin.
Sled dogs must be able to stand cold weather and be bred to want to run.
There are several kinds of sled dogs:
Malamutes are primarily freight dogs and are also used for recreational mushing, but they do not race.
Alaskan huskies are a mixed breed that is bred for racing.
Siberian huskies, a recognized breed, are also used for racing.
Plastic bottles start out usually about 2 or so inches around and approximately 8 inches. They are then heated in a machine wich softens the plastic then air is forced into the bottle leaving the endentation which was caued .
Watch for swelling, discharge (puss) or any off smells. You dog will need the wound cleaned and possibly antibiotics so take it to the vet.
Those are a very serious set of symptoms. I expect that the dog is not long for this world.
yes. well i know puppies can cause i read in a book that when you first bring a puppy home you could stick a clock in a sock and it comforts them because it sounds like their mothers heartbeat.
If they are feeling sick, or have an upset tummy, they will eat grass or other greens to throw up. This is a good defense mechanism in case they had eaten something that could be very harmful for them.
could be worms, or perhaps a liver problem.
Yes, depending on the area you live will depend how common it is. But a dog can get a tick or flee anytime of the year. If you are taking your pet to forests or mountains (or farms) it's important to always check your pup over.
No, it won't. The genitalia and anal glands are independent of each other.
Yes, dogs do indeed eat puppy feces. They eat small amounts when grooming or licking the anus to help stimulate defecation in puppies. They may eat larger amounts of feces to clean up after the puppies. That has a role in the wild of helping to hide from predators. The puppy waste may draw predators, and eating it gets rid of it.
a dog will not eat or drink if he is sick and hurting take him to the vet
No,intestinal worms and tape worms are possibilities