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Pet Tips (September 09, 2019)

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Chicken Eggs for Finch Food

By eshwarim80

Two finches in a cage.The best food for finches is not grains. They like hen eggs, removing the yolk and crushing the shell containing albumin. It will eat an egg per a day. Providing an egg daily can lead to some chances for laying an egg per day (maximum 7)

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Wear Ace Bandage on Wrist for Kittens

By Robyn

An Ace bandage wrapped around an arm for kittens to cling to.I used 5.5 foot long Ace bandage and wrapped and tucked it around my wrist. The kittens have something to grab onto when being given meds or other forms of care. This bandage calms them down during holding sessions and nail clipping for the wild ones.

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Salmonella Concerns with Backyard Chickens

By Jess (TF Editor)

Salmonella Concerns with Backyard ChickensMany people have started keeping chickens and other fowl at home. They are a great source of fresh eggs, don't take much special care, and can be quite funny and charming. However, you should be careful when you or your children are handling them. Most chickens naturally carry salmonella.

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Keep a Spare Litter Box Handy

By Donna

Fuzzy and Lil Orphan AnnieI love my cats, but I don't love stinky litter boxes so I have two litter boxes. One is in use and the other is away. When one box gets dirty I replace it with the other box to give me time to empty the first one and thoroughly clean and sanitize it with vinegar, water, a bit of dish detergent and baking soda.

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