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Pet Lovers

Group Created by Passionpetnanny

A place where Pet lovers chat , ask question & brag and share everything about their precious furry babies or anything pets, Dogs, Cats, Birds, small cage pets ect....So tell your pet lover friends and stop by and ad a post:)

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  1. rsagro
    08-31-2020 02:11 PM - permalink
    rsagro
    Attention: Anyone that wants a strategy for building True, Long-Term Wealth, and not a “get-rich-quick” scheme.

    Let’s face it—growing up, you were probably sold a story that went something like this …


    Sure, once upon a time that may have held some truth … for your parents or your parents parents.

    You see, when they were growing up, lifetime job security, home ownership, and a comfortable retirement were practically guaranteed.

    Back then, people needed very little schooling to get a good job, and once they did, they were usually set … for life.

    More importantly, people’s income kept pace with the rate of inflation, and they were able to afford kids, a home with a 2-car garage, and a new Cadillac

    … All on just one income.
    Compare that to now.
    Today, many businesses want you to have a Master’s degree just for an entry-level job!

    And unfortunately, that degree’s out of reach for most people unless they’re willing to take on crushing, massive debt OR they’re loaded enough to have $100,000 sitting around.

    And even if you are lucky enough to afford college, your salary won’t go nearly as far as it once did.

    You can blame astronomical inflation for that … while the costs of housing, day care, higher education, and medical expenses have skyrocketed, wages haven’t.

    Meaning, that every month, you’re forced to make the same dollars stretch further and further.

    Of course, that makes it virtually impossible for you to ever get ahead.

    And, here’s the real kicker—while you have to work your butt off to have the very same things that came easily to your parents, there’s no “pot of gold” waiting for you at the end of it all.



    Where Social Security was once considered a reliable retirement safety net, there’s a good chance it won’t be around by the time you’re ready to collect.

    All this boils down to one thing--you and I were given a raw deal.

    We were told that by hard work alone, we could get ahead.

    It’s understandable. I mean our parents probably believed the same thing.

    For them, it was true.
    These days? Not so much.
    We’re living in a very different world, where the traditional path to success just doesn’t cut it anymore…

    You can do all the “right” things—go to college, get a job, work hard--and still never experience the financial success previous generations took for granted.

    That’s why you need to work smarter, not harder. Working smarter is the only way you’ll ever experience true financial freedom.

    So, what does “working smarter” actually mean?

    Well, in today’s world, it means you need to be your own boss.That’s the fastest path for building true wealth—because you’ll never manage to do it with measly 4% annual raises.

    Don’t believe me?

    Statistics show that people who work for themselves are four times more likely to be millionaires than those who work for someone else.

    Meaning, that by going into business for yourself, you stand a
    400% better chance of becoming a
    Millionaire



    Then, if you’re like most people,
    it was immediately followed by all the
    reasons you can’t start your own business:

    Not enough money


    Not enough time


    Not enough know-how


    Not enough security

    Sound familiar?

    That’s how most people view entrepreneurship.

    They allow their fears and doubts to hold them back from reaching their full financial potential.

    That’s a HUGE mistake, and I’m going to tell you why.

    Do you know what one of the biggest regrets of the elderly is?

    It’s that they wish they had taken more career chances…that rather than allowing fear to dictate their professional choices, they’d pursued their dreams.





    In fact, the richest man in the entire world, Jeff Bezos can be quoted saying the following when asked about why he decided to leave his stable, high paying job to start Amazon.com.

    "I knew that if I failed at building
    Amazon, I wouldn't regret that,
    but I knew the one thing I might
    regret is never trying."
    Listen up, folks. You only get one life--this is it.

    If you’re slaving away in a go-nowhere job that’ll never offer you financial freedom, imagine how you’ll feel 5 years from now, 10 years from now, 20 years from now when you’re still doing the same thing.

    The only way things will change is if you have the courage to do something different.

    You CAN change your life

    You CAN experience true financial freedom

    You CAN discover the thrill that comes with being your own boss.

    You just need some guide … someone who can help you navigate all the ins and outs of Become your own boss., so you don’t:

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  2. Umam18
    08-30-2020 07:21 AM - permalink
    Umam18
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  3. Daisygirl6
    10-02-2019 12:55 PM - permalink
    Daisygirl6
    Hello everyone I have my baby girl dog Daisy she is just turned three I adopted her from a shelter around were I live when she was little. I found a lump on her side that has not gone away I am not sure what it might be or if it's her microchip that migrated from when she was a puppy it is a hard small round lump. Any feed back is welcome please.
  4. Lekishajoh
    08-19-2019 09:57 PM - permalink
    Lekishajoh
    Malegra 100 has an advantage over other medicine in that it lasts a lot longer – up to 4 hours. Sildenafil 100mg also works faster and – it generally works within 30 minutes, though for some men it can take up to an hour.
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  5. Pupchester
    08-18-2019 10:10 AM - permalink
    Pupchester
    Help please.

    My 18 month year Shih Tzu is having sudden jerks on his right leg. I have used Benadryl and seizure medication but is not going away. Any advise please?
  6. incensesticks
    06-24-2019 11:24 PM - permalink
    incensesticks
    Essential oils are known to do wonders for both humans and pets alike. They are vastly potent in meeting the therapeutically and grooming needs of pets. From cheering up their blur days to calming them on their irritable ones, there is an essential oil for every need. The use of essential oils for pet’s lifestyle is rapidly increasing, but using them inappropriately may have disadvantages. It is important to research the oil you choose to utilize for your pet extensively.

    How to choose the most suitable oil?

    There is an essential oil for every need. Lavender for anxiety, frankincense for skin conditions etc.

    Do your research: Research oils that have commonly been used to treat the pet in other cases before you make your pick.

    Speak to an expert: Consult your vet before you start using it on your pet to learn about the dosage and any side effects that it may have.

    Toxicity check: Make sure the oil is not toxic to your pet.

    These are the common pet-friendly essential oils used for the following conditions

    Lavender and clary sage- Helps with anxiety & depression.

    Frankincense- Boosts immune system.

    Myrrh- It is anti-bacterial and can treat skin infections.

    Spearmint- Helps to reduce weight.

    Cardamom- It is anti-bacterial in nature and can ease heartburns.

    Chamomile oil- This one is both anti-inflammatory and antiseptic and can be used to heal injuries.

    Helichrysum- Primarily used for pain relief, but can also be used for other skin issues.

    Neem- Neem oil is known to treat scabies in pets.

    How to use essential oils safely?

    Using essential oils safely is crucial in bringing out maximum effects and avoiding poisoning. Here are a few ways to use these oils safely around your pets.

    Diffuser- The best way to use essential oils around pets would be through a diffuser. Mix the oil you choose to use with a carrier which is an oil eg.almond oil, coconut oil (which are harmless to pets) and diffuse it. Make sure the room is well aerated. It is important to remember pets are more sensitive to smell than humans, so what is normal to us could be overpowering to them. The key is to remember to keep it simple. Diffusers can be used with all pets. Smaller pets like cats and birds though will need a much more diluted oil compared to large pets.

    Mists- Mix the essential oil and carrier and spray it on your pet according to the dosage. Be cautious to not apply too much, spray over the infected area sparsely. This can be useful in fixing pet odor and treating other pet skin conditions.

    Swabs- You could apply a swab of essential oil on the pet's collar or in the infected area. This has to be diluted much too.

    Ingestion- Ingestion is not advisable for all pets. While bigger dogs and horses may not be harmed by this, with smaller animals like cats and birds may not be wise. Run it by a vet before use, and use a drop or two of extremely diluted oils if need be.

    Topical use- For skin allergies/ pet odor etc., it would be more effective to apply the oil topically. Here again, dilute it enough where small pets are concerned.

    Why are a few essential oils unsafe for pets?

    Not all pets can metabolize the fragrance compounds, hence the compounds that are not broken up are a toxin to the body. Oils that are toxic to cats maybe safe to dogs. Like citrus oils which are unpleasant to cats and birds, work efficiently with dogs and horses. Here are few essential oils to avoid with pets. With cats, their liver does not adequately break down compounds such as phenols (winter grass, tea-tree), citrus (lemon, orange, grape), alpha-pinene ( rosemary, nutmeg). Hence it is essential to avoid these oil where cats are concerned.

    With dogs, they store up toxins in their body when the liver is unable to break them down. Phenol compounds such as winter grass, thyme, cinnamon are problem areas for dogs and would be wise to avoid them.

    With rats and hamsters, peppermint is a big NO! Peppermint plant is usually grown in areas where they want to keep rats away. Eucalyptus and citronella oils drive away these pets too.

    Birds- Eucalyptus and tea tree oil are toxic to birds. The oil used must be extremely diluted when they are used with birds owing to their size. Citrus oils like lemon and orange are also unpleasant to birds.

    Essential oils safety guidelines

    Avoid using oils around newborn and pregnant pets.

    Consult a vet before starting the use of essential oil on or around your pet.

    Essential oil is the purest form of oil directly from the plant, hence it needs to be diluted extensively.

    Not all essential oils are safe for consumption.

    Avoid using oils around aged pets and pets with other health conditions.

    Pets that are being treated by chemicals should stay away from essential oils.

    Keep essential oils away from their reach. Do not apply it on the face, nose or bring it in contact with eyes.

    Stick to the dosage, do not overuse the oil. Remember to keep it to a minimum.

    When using a diffuser, use a well-ventilated room. Make sure your pet can leave when he feels the smell is unpleasant for him.

    Observe your pet for 15-30 minutes after the essential oil has been used. Any symptoms that show up would show up by that window.

    It is not unsafe to use essential oils for pets as long as it is used with caution and not misused. Research the oil you choose to use well and stick to the dosage. You don’t have to fear it going wrong as long as you stick to the rules. That said, enjoy the wonders of essential oil for your pet and bring about a healthy lifestyle.

    https://www.incensesticks.com/blog/1...et-safety.html
  7. Midnight And I
    06-17-2019 07:44 PM - permalink
    Midnight And I
    Hello everyone! I have a Youtube video call "MidnightAndI". I post cat videos. If anyone is interested, I just posted my couponing and price matching at PetCo today.
  8. Amy wu
    12-06-2018 07:55 PM - permalink
    Amy wu
    Hello friend, i am a seller on amazon, those days i have one pet product that doing giveaways, limited quantities, contact me if you are interested in this.
  9. Iluvpup3
    08-09-2018 09:32 PM - permalink
    Iluvpup3
    My 13 week old Chiweenie is starting to act aggressive towards my fiance and I. Today sne tried biting us and showed aggression how do I change that?
  10. FallingParadise
    12-22-2017 03:58 PM - permalink
    FallingParadise
    hey y'all I have a siamese mix cat named Fishstick and I occasionally foster dogs and puppies ��

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