There truly is an amazing connection between people and their pets. It has been shown that some pets can detect an illness in their owner long before it has been diagnosed. This package of 10 plr articles covers various aspects of this relationship and would make great content for anyone with a pet or health related website or blog. Five of the articles cover all areas of cancer in both dogs and humans and looks at the connection between them. Use this content on any pet, family or health related site.
- Connections between People and Dog Cancer – Words 406
- How Dogs can Help Save Your Life – Words 401
- Health Benefits for Pet Owners – Words 425
- Pet Therapy for People – Words 411
- Pets and Your Mental Health – Words 401
- Dealing with Cancer in Your Dog – Words 407
- Human Cancer – Early Detection is Key – Words 417
- People, Cancer and Dogs – Words 419
- The Connection between Dogs and People – Words 439
- What Does Hair Loss in Dogs Mean? – Words 458
Dealing with Cancer in Your Dog
It doesn’t matter who develops cancer it is not something that is wished upon anyone. When cancer sneaks up in your family dog you feel sorry and often wished you had known earlier. In reality one in four dogs will develop some form of cancer each year. There is not much you can do to prevent it. But once diagnosed you can definitely help make this time more comfortable for your four legged family friend.
One of the first things you can do for your dog is to ensure that they are eating a quality pet food. You want to choose a formula that contains plenty of natural ingredients. If you think that every process in your body is regulated by the foods you put into your mouth, consuming quality foods just makes sense.
A dog’s immune system is going to require a boost when fighting cancer. To do this your dog needs to receive an adequate supply of Omega 3, 6 and 9 along with fatty acids. If a dog doesn’t receive the correct amounts their body will steal it from other places in their body. This can lead to weak muscles and possibly cause liver damage.
Dogs today are considered to be more than just a family pet. Many dogs provide life saving help to numerous people around the world. This 10 page PLR Report highlights the important jobs that dogs do for us day in and day out.
This report contains 3,879 words and comes as a doc and text file. Ready for you to edit by including your affiliate links and graphics to make it unique to your business. Turn into a PDF file and sell or giveaway to build your list.
Dogs With Jobs
Have you thought about the jobs that many dogs have to do on a daily basis? Most people love dogs and have had one as a pet at some point in their lives. Some dogs work hard each day and perform vital duties that assist us all. This report is dedicated to these dogs as it is important not to forget what man’s best friend really does for us all!
The first group of dogs that we are going to cover are those that work for the police department as well as serve in the military. These are the dogs that deal with situations involving possible bombs and bomb threats.
Unfortunately today there are just so many instances of bomb threats! Dogs are a vital part of helping to sniff out a bomb and see if there is one planted somewhere. Bombs can be planted anywhere both on public and private property. Bomb threats have been reported in schools, underneath cars and at shopping malls. It takes time to see if a bomb threat is real plus the bomb, if it exists, could actually explode at any moment. The dogs life is on the line while the search for the threat!
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