Clove Essential Oil for Horses



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My tips on how I safely use clove essential oil for horses and dogs.
Clove essential oil for horses is known for it’s antioxidant, anti inflammatory and antibacterial abilities. I use clove essential oil for dogs that are larger breeds.

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Breeding Shrimp – Three (3) Reasons Snails are Essential



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So, I wanted to do a video talking about one of my secret weapons when it comes to having a successful freshwater shrimp tank. If you are looking to care for and to breed freshwater shrimp, this video is a great foundation to start from.

Freshwater snails for the aquarium include rabbit snails, Malaysian trumpet snails, ramshorn snails and many more. Snails are essential to any shrimp aquarium for three primary reason:

1. Cycling

Shrimp are so tiny and produce little to no waste. The issue involving this fact is that the biological filtration needs ammonia to thrive and live. With out a source of ammonia, a shrimp tank will quickly go back through the cycling process.
Snails are an essential tool to help keep the biological filtration (bacteria) alive by produce an adequate amount of waste (which causes ammonia).

2. Clean up Crew and Poop Maker

Many of us shrimp hobbyists are notorious for overfeeding our shrimp. This can cause a multitude of issues include: ammonia spikes, shrimp eating fouled food and unwanted aquarium pests (planaria, hydra, etc.). Snails will gladly eat excess food that we may have overfed and prevent these previous problems.

Poop makers! What I mean by this is snails will poop. In their poop, I believe, is bacteria that will aid the shrimp in digestion. The poop will also provide a secondary source of food. Shrimp sometimes will not eat certain food but can graze on the digested remains of those same foods. It all works together for a healthy shrimp tank!

3. Gas Eliminators

I know what you’re thinking since we just talked about poop makers but NO! haha Snails burrow in nature and find themselves deep into the substrate of the tank in not time. Since most shrimp tanks can not be siphon due to the amount of baby shrimp and type of gravel, snails are needed. Overtime, gas pockets will develop under the substrate due to debris gather up. If these pockets are released into the water, it can be extremely toxic to shrimp. Snails will burrow into the substrate, turn it and stir it up. This fact will cause these gas pockets not to form at all. The constant moving of the gravel will almost eliminate the chance of a toxic air pocket to occur.

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HSVMA-RAVS brings essential veterinary care to rural communities in need



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The Humane Society Veterinary Medical Association Rural Area Veterinary Services program combines high quality direct-care veterinary field clinics with clinical training for future veterinary professionals. We bring essential veterinary care to those in need and improve the health and welfare of animals in impoverished rural communities throughout the world.

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HSVMA-RAVS combines high quality direct-care veterinary field clinics with clinical training for future veterinary professionals to improve the health and welfare of animals in remote rural communities.

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Are You Making This Crucial Mistake? | Dog Training Essential Tips | iTraink9



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3 Essential Rescue Dog Training Tips



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Did you adopt a dog from the shelter? Learn 3 essential tips for easing the stress you and your dog will feel during the first week after adoption.

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3 Essential Dog Training Tips from Cesar Millan



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In the new Nat Geo Wild series Cesar Millan’s Dog Nation, The Dog Whisperer and his son Andre travel the country helping dogs and humans alike. While out promoting the show we got a chance to sit down with them. Kristina Guerrero asked the king of dog training and his heir apparent three questions viewers posted on our Facebook page.

Veterinarian in Calgary teaches how to apply Essential oils to your pet.



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Dr. Schell demonstrates essential oil application on Schatzi, an 11 week old Shiba Inu puppy, who is Yoshiko’s great great grandaughter. Application of essential oil blends that are prescribed for your pet can be easily done and very enjoyable for you and your pet. With gentle technique and positive reinforcement most animals will enjoy the experience and thoroughly benefit.
Essential oil therapy help improve immune health, calm and comfort the animal, help prevent infection and help relieve pain. It is important to only use safe oils prescribed by your veterinarian, often that are diluted in plant oils to improve distribution and to help prevent side effects such as stinging.
An excellent part of essential oil therapy is that each time you are treating your pets, you are also treating yourself, providing benefits to both pet and person. For more information contact us and check us out on our website www.bowbottomvet.com