Tag: myths

Mar 2013

Here are some common misconceptions about dogs and cats, courtesy of onlynaturalpet.com . . . 1. A warm or dry nose means a sick dog Regular fluctuations in the temperature and moisture of a dog’s nose are normal. Canine distemper used to be a prevalent virus which caused a thickening of the nose and foot pads. A cold, wet nose indicated the dog didn’t have distemper. Today distemper is uncommon due to vaccinations. 2. All cats are loners Many cats love company and spending time with their humans. It’s not unusual for a......

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