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Lesser Known Food Toxins for Dogs – Pet tip 243

Most dog owners are aware that many dogs will eat almost anything. This is especially true of puppies and younger dogs. It is for this reason that houses need to be dog proofed or puppy proofed. Good house proofing will keep dogs away from medications, poisons inedible objects etc. and this is a great start. We know that even though dogs eat the weirdest stuff, the greatest temptation comes from foods that they are not supposed to eat. By now most dog owners know that chocolate is a MAJOR ‘no no’ and certain types of chocolate can actually kill a dog.

Brittany Rankin
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MD, United States
Siberian Hamster
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Little B.

Little B.'s full name was Little Brownie. She was Brittany's first hamster. She was a gray Siberian hamster with a very sweet disposition. She loved to climb up her tubes. One day near Christmas, we noticed a lump on little. B. I took her to the Vet who told me that she probably had a breast cancer tumor. I asked if the vet could operate. Well, vets are not used to operating on little critters like a small Siberian hamster, but I did find someone who was willing to try. Little B. had her tumor removed I think the day after Christmas one year. She recovered nicely and lived for at least another 6 months after that, which was pretty good for a critter with a life span of only 1-2 years to begin with. Eventually, the tumors came back and she died. But we loved her very much. She was the first of our "critters" to be buried in our back yard. Now she is joined by Tiny Benny (Siberian hamster), Little Georgie (gerbil), and Xiaoling (Chinese hamster) who just died today (Dec. 2, 2004).

Benay, Gary, Brittany, Rusty, and Tara

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