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A type of building used to house dairy cows and other livestock, often equipped with milking machines and other equipment for milk production.
A type of cattle bred specifically for milk production, often seen as a valuable source of dairy products for humans.
A type of cow that is bred and raised for milk production.
Dairy cow breed
A type of cow breed bred specifically for milk production, often seen as a valuable source of dairy products for humans.
Dairy cow housing
Various types of housing used to confine and care for dairy cows, often seen as a controversial aspect of the dairy industry.
Dairy cow milk
Milk produced by dairy cows, often seen as a valuable source of dairy products for humans.
A type of goat that is bred and raised for milk production.
A young female cow bred specifically for milk production, often seen as a valuable asset in the dairy industry.
A group of cows or other dairy animals kept together for milk production, often managed by a dairy farmer or other livestock professional.
A term used to describe a high-producing dairy cow or goat, often seen as a valuable asset in the dairy industry.
A breed of sheep that is bred and raised for milk production, often used in the production of cheese and other dairy products.
Dairy sheep breed
A type of sheep breed bred specifically for milk production, often seen as a valuable source of dairy products for humans.
A breed of dog known for its distinctive spotted coat.
Dalmatian coach dog
A term used to describe Dalmatians historically used as coach dogs, running alongside horse-drawn carriages to protect and guide the horses.
A species of tropical freshwater fish often kept as pets for their vibrant colors and active behavior.
A large species of pelican found in Europe and Asia, known for their distinctive breeding plumage and large throat pouch.
A leafy green vegetable that is safe and nutritious for rabbits and other small animals to eat.
Tiny flakes of dead skin shed by animals that can cause allergies in humans.
An immune response to pet dander that can cause symptoms such as sneezing, itching, and congestion.
A type of vaccine used to protect dogs against distemper, adenovirus, and parvovirus, which can cause serious illness or death in unvaccinated dogs.
A term used to describe a spotted or mottled pattern on the coat of various animals, such as horses or dogs.
A term used to describe a horse with a gray coat and darker spots or patches, often seen in various horse breeds.
A coat pattern in horses, dogs, and cats characterized by spots or patches of different colors.
A type of beetle commonly found in poultry houses or other areas where organic matter accumulates, which can help to break down waste and provide a food source for chickens or other animals.
A type of small fish commonly kept as a pet in aquariums.
A surgical procedure that removes the claws of cats.
A grooming tool that helps remove loose hair from a pet’s coat.
The term used to describe animal carcasses or other animal byproducts, often seen as a waste product of animal agriculture or processing industries.
A type of dog that is deaf or hard of hearing, often requiring various training techniques and accommodations for communication and safety.
A condition in which an animal is unable to hear, which can be congenital or acquired.
A highly venomous snake found in Australia and New Guinea, known for their camouflage and quick strike ability.
A surgical procedure used to reduce or eliminate a dog’s vocalizations, often done for nuisance barking or other behavior issues.
A term used to describe a bird that has undergone the process of beak trimming or removal, often done for practical or welfare reasons in poultry farming.
A procedure used to remove or reduce the size of a bird’s beak, often done for practical or welfare reasons in poultry farming.
The temporary teeth that are shed by young animals as their permanent teeth grow in.
A term used to describe the level or platform in a livestock trailer or other transport vehicle where animals are loaded and transported.
A type of brush used to clean and maintain the deck of a horse-drawn carriage, often seen as a crucial tool for various transportation purposes.
A surgical procedure used to remove a cat’s claws, often done to prevent scratching or other unwanted behavior.
An organism that helps to break down and recycle organic matter, often seen as an important part of various ecosystems and food chains.
A bedding system used in animal housing, in which layers of straw, sawdust, or other materials are added to the floor and allowed to accumulate over time.
Deep litter system
A method of bedding used in animal housing, in which fresh bedding is added on top of old bedding to create a composting effect, often used in poultry farming.
A small, nocturnal species of mouse commonly found in North America, known for their agility and adaptability to various environments.
A type of tick commonly found in various parts of the world, known for their ability to transmit various diseases to animals and humans.
A breed of dog known for their athleticism and history as hunting dogs.
The act of expelling feces or waste material from the body, often seen as a natural bodily function in animals and humans.
A progressive and debilitating disease affecting various animal species, including dogs, which causes a breakdown of nerve function and mobility.
A small, social rodent native to Chile, commonly kept as a pet for its playful and curious nature.
A type of exercise wheel designed specifically for degus, often seen as a helpful tool for providing enrichment and exercise for pet degus.
The process of removing or trimming an animal’s horns or antlers, often done for practical or safety reasons in various animal species, including cattle and goats.
A common condition affecting various animal species, characterized by a lack of water in the body and various symptoms such as dry mouth, lethargy, and decreased urine output.
A specialized grooming tool used to remove mats and tangles from a pet’s fur.
A small enclosure or hiding place used by various animals, such as foxes or rabbits, for shelter or safety.
A painful infection that can occur in an animal’s teeth or gums, often caused by poor dental hygiene or trauma.
The practice of maintaining a pet’s oral health, which includes regular brushing, dental cleanings, and other preventive measures.
A dental condition in which cavities or decay develop in an animal’s teeth, often caused by bacterial infections.
A type of chew toy or treat designed to promote dental health in various animal species, often seen as a helpful tool for preventing tooth decay and other dental issues.
Edible treats that help promote dental health by reducing plaque and tartar buildup.
A procedure performed by a veterinarian or veterinary technician to remove tartar and plaque buildup from an animal’s teeth.
A numerical system used to describe the number and arrangement of teeth in various animal species, often used in veterinary or medical terminology.
A dental cleaning procedure performed on pets to prevent dental problems.
A procedure performed by a veterinarian or veterinary technician to remove tartar and plaque buildup from a pet’s teeth.
Dental scaling for pets
A type of dental procedure used to remove plaque and tartar buildup in a pet’s mouth, often performed by a veterinarian under anesthesia.
Dental treats for cats
Various types of treats used to promote dental health in cats, often containing various ingredients and flavors to reduce tartar and plaque buildup.
The process of removing an animal’s hair or fur, often done for meat or hide production in livestock or other animals.
The act of preying on or attacking other animals or crops, often seen as a concern in various animal species, including coyotes and birds of prey.
A type of horse racing event in which two-year-old horses compete against each other, often seen as a test of their potential as future racehorses.
Referring to the skin or outer layers of an animal’s body, often used in veterinary or medical terminology.
An inflammatory condition affecting the skin of various animals, often caused by allergies, infections, or other factors.
A fungal skin infection commonly known as ringworm, which can affect various animals including dogs, cats, and horses.
A species of tortoise found in the southwestern United States and Mexico, known for their long lifespan and ability to survive in arid desert environments.
The process of spaying or neutering an animal to prevent reproduction and reduce behavioral issues.
A crossbreed between two purebred dogs, often created for specific traits or appearance.
A crossbreed between two purebred dogs, often bred for their unique appearance or temperament.
A type of working dog trained to detect specific scents or substances, often used in law enforcement, search and rescue, or other specialized roles.
The surgical removal or alteration of an animal’s vocal cords, often done for practical or safety reasons in various animal species, including dogs and birds.
A breed of cattle originating in England, known for their docile temperament and meat quality.
An extra toe or digit on an animal’s paw or leg, often seen in dogs and cats.
A vestigial toe on the inside of an animal’s leg, which is sometimes removed for cosmetic or medical reasons.
The process of administering medication to animals to treat or prevent internal parasites like worms, often seen as an important aspect of animal health and welfare.
A species of wild dog found in Asia, known for their pack hunting behavior and social structure.
A metabolic disorder in which an animal’s body is unable to properly regulate blood sugar levels.
Diabetic pet care
Various types of care and management techniques used to support pets with diabetes, often involving medication and dietary adjustments.
A type of small dove commonly kept as a pet for their gentle nature and colorful plumage.
A species of venomous snake found in the United States, known for their diamond-shaped markings and rattling tail.
A species of North American turtle known for its diamond-shaped markings on its shell.
A muscle that separates the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity in animals, which is essential for breathing.
A type of pump used in animal husbandry and agriculture to move fluids like water, milk, or manure, often powered by electricity or a gas engine.
A type of breathing technique used by various animal species, including humans and horses, which involves contracting the diaphragm to draw air into the lungs.
A medical condition in which an animal’s organs protrude through a hole in their diaphragm, often seen as a serious health concern requiring surgical intervention.
Loose, watery bowel movements that can be a symptom of an underlying health problem in pets.
A type of microscopic algae that is commonly used as a natural filtering agent in aquariums.
A type of aquarium filter that uses diatomaceous earth to trap and remove fine particles from the water.
A natural product made from the fossilized remains of tiny aquatic organisms, commonly used as a non-toxic insecticide and dewormer for pets.
Diatomaceous earth for pets
A type of natural substance used to control fleas, ticks, and other pests in pets, often seen as a safe and effective alternative to chemical pesticides.
A type of flowering plant that produces two cotyledons or seed leaves, often seen as an important source of nutrition for grazing animals.
Diesel exhaust fluid
A type of fluid used in diesel engines to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxide, often seen as an important environmental consideration in animal agriculture and transportation industries.
The phase of the reproductive cycle in female animals that follows estrus, during which they are no longer receptive to mating.
A machine used in livestock farming to mix and distribute feed to animals, often used in dairy or beef operations.
A term used to describe a muscle in various animal species, including humans, which helps with swallowing and other functions.
Substances that aid in the breakdown and absorption of nutrients from food.
The group of organs and structures in an animal’s body responsible for breaking down food and absorbing nutrients, often seen as a crucial aspect of overall health and wellbeing.
Referring to the digits or toes of an animal, often used in various anatomical or behavioral contexts.
A pad of tissue located in the hoof of horses and other ungulates that helps absorb shock.
A bacterial infection affecting various animal species, including cows and sheep, which can cause lesions and other symptoms on the skin and hooves.
Digital rectal exam
A medical procedure in which a healthcare provider inserts a finger into an animal’s rectum to assess various aspects of their health, often used in veterinary or medical settings.
Digital thermometer for pets
A type of thermometer used to measure a pet’s temperature, often seen as a helpful tool for monitoring health and detecting illness.
A coat color pattern in animals that appears lighter than the original color due to the presence of a diluting gene.
The presence of physical differences between males and females of the same species, often seen in various animal species, including birds, reptiles, and mammals.
A wild dog native to Australia that is sometimes kept as a pet.
A term used to describe a dog that is a mix of a domestic dog and a dingo, often seen in Australia where dingoes are present in the wild.
A fence that was built in Australia to keep dingoes away from livestock and agricultural areas.
A crossbreed between a domestic dog and a dingo, which is not recognized as a breed by any kennel club.
Dingoes and dog fence
A type of fence built in Australia to separate dingoes and other wild dogs from domestic animals, crops, or other areas, often seen as a controversial issue due to its impact on wildlife and ecosystems.
A container used to immerse livestock or other animals in a solution, often used for dipping or spraying to control parasites or diseases.
A bacterial infection that can affect various animals, including dogs, cats, and horses, which can cause respiratory and other health issues.
A medical condition in which an animal experiences double vision, often seen as a symptom of various underlying health concerns.
A process in which an animal is immersed or sprayed with a chemical solution to treat or prevent infestations of parasites, such as ticks or lice.
A procedure used to remove or prevent the growth of horns in young livestock, often done for safety reasons or to prevent damage to facilities.
A type of freshwater fish commonly kept in aquariums for their bright colors and distinctive shape.
A type of freshwater fish commonly kept in aquariums for their vibrant colors and unique shape.
The ability of an animal to resist or recover from disease or illness, often influenced by genetics, environment, and other factors.
A type of chemical solution or agent used to kill or remove harmful microorganisms, often seen as a crucial aspect of maintaining animal health and hygiene.
Referring to the part of an animal’s limb that is farthest from the body, such as the distal end of a leg.
A viral disease that affects dogs and other carnivores, causing respiratory and gastrointestinal symptoms.
A type of grassy area or slope often found along the sides of ditches or other drainage channels, which can provide a habitat for various animals or vegetation.
A term used to describe an animal’s toes that point in different directions, often seen in certain bird species or other animals with specialized feet or claws.
A type of aquatic beetle found in various parts of the world, known for their ability to dive and swim underwater.
Diving bell spider
A type of spider found in various parts of the world, which can live and hunt underwater using a bubble of air trapped in their webs.
A type of tail modification in various animal species, often done for practical or safety reasons, which involves removing part of the tail.
A canine sport in which dogs compete to jump the farthest distance into a pool of water from a dock or platform.
A practice in which the dewclaws of dogs are removed shortly after birth for cosmetic or medical reasons.
The process of surgically cropping a dog’s ears for cosmetic reasons.
A tail that has been surgically shortened, often for cosmetic reasons or to comply with breed standards.
The practice of cutting off a portion of an animal’s tail, often performed for cosmetic reasons.
A device used to charge and store electronic collars used for pet training and tracking.
The process of removing part of a dog’s tail for cosmetic or medical reasons.
A female goat, deer, or other hoofed mammal, often used in agriculture or hunting contexts.
The process of adopting and providing a permanent home for an abandoned or neglected dog, often involving various adoption agencies and organizations.
Dog adoption fee
The fee charged by adoption agencies or organizations for adopting a dog, often used to cover various medical and care expenses.
A behavior exhibited by dogs towards other animals or humans, which can be caused by a variety of factors such as fear, territoriality, or lack of socialization.
A type of dog sport that involves navigating obstacle courses with speed and accuracy.
Dog agility course
An obstacle course used in dog agility competitions, designed to test a dog’s speed, agility, and obedience.
Dog agility equipment
Various types of equipment used in dog agility competitions and training, often featuring various obstacles and challenges.
Dog agility training
The process of training dogs for agility competitions and activities, often involving various obstacles and challenges.
Dog agility trial
A type of competition in which dogs compete against each other in various agility exercises and challenges.
Dog agility tunnel
A type of obstacle used in dog agility courses, often seen as a fun and challenging tool for exercise and training.
An immune response in which a dog’s body reacts to various allergens, often causing symptoms such as itching, sneezing, and respiratory problems.
Various types of anxiety and stress exhibited by dogs, often caused by various environmental or behavioral factors and seen as a common challenge for dog owners.
A medical condition in which a dog’s joints become inflamed and painful, often caused by various environmental or health factors and seen as a common ailment in older dogs.
Dog back brace
A type of brace designed to support a dog’s back and spine, often used to alleviate pain and promote healing in dogs with back injuries.
A backpack designed to be worn by a dog, which allows them to carry items such as water bottles or snacks.
Dog backpack carrier
A type of carrier designed to be worn as a backpack with a compartment for carrying a dog, often seen as a helpful tool for travel or hiking with pets.
A type of outdoor recreation in which dogs accompany their owners on backpacking trips or hikes.
Dog ball launcher
A device used to throw balls for dogs to fetch and retrieve, often used to provide exercise and stimulation.
A natural behavior exhibited by dogs to communicate with their owners and other animals, which can become excessive or problematic in certain situations.
A soft, comfortable sleeping surface designed specifically for dogs.
Dog bed frame
A type of frame used to support a dog bed, often seen as a helpful tool for providing comfort and support for pets during sleep.
Dog behavior problems
Various behavioral issues and problems exhibited by dogs, often caused by various environmental or health factors and seen as a common challenge for dog owners.
A professional who specializes in understanding and modifying dog behavior.
An injury caused by a dog biting a person or animal, often caused by various environmental or behavioral factors and seen as a serious safety concern.
Dog bite prevention
Strategies and techniques used to prevent dog bites and promote safe interactions between dogs and humans.
A medical emergency in which a dog’s stomach becomes distended and twisted, often caused by various factors such as eating too quickly and seen as a serious health concern.
A type of temporary housing or care for dogs, often seen as a convenient option for pet owners who are away from home for extended periods of time.
Dog booster seat
A device used to secure dogs in vehicles and elevate them to a higher position for better visibility.
A type of boot or shoe designed for dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for protecting their paws from cold or hot surfaces.
A type of protective footwear for dogs, often used to protect their paws from extreme temperatures or rough terrain.
A specific type of dog that has been selectively bred for certain traits or characteristics.
Dog breed rescue
An organization dedicated to rescuing and rehoming dogs of a particular breed.
Dog breed standards
A set of guidelines established by various organizations to describe the ideal characteristics and appearance of a specific dog breed.
The practice of intentionally breeding dogs for specific traits or characteristics, often seen as a controversial and complex subject within the dog breeding community.
A type of brush used to groom and maintain a dog’s coat, often seen as a crucial tool for preventing matting and promoting coat health.
Dog calming vest
A type of vest designed to reduce anxiety and promote relaxation in dogs, often using various techniques such as pressure or aromatherapy.
Dog car seat
A type of seat designed to keep dogs safe and secure during car rides, often seen as a helpful tool for preventing accidents and injuries.
A portable device used to transport dogs, such as a pet carrier or a dog backpack.
A device used for carting or pulling, often used in dog sports or as a means of transportation.
A type of canine sport or activity in which dogs pull a cart or other vehicle, often seen as a fun and active way to bond with a pet.
A type of device used to make a clicking noise to signal positive reinforcement during dog training, often seen as a helpful tool for obedience training.
Various types of clothing designed specifically for dogs, often used for warmth or style purposes.
A type of clothing worn by dogs to provide warmth and protection from the elements.
Dog coat supplement
A type of dietary supplement used to promote healthy skin and coat in dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for addressing various skin or coat issues.
A piece of equipment worn around a dog’s neck, often used for identification, restraint, or training purposes.
Dog collar camera
A type of camera attached to a dog’s collar, often used to capture a dog’s point of view and behavior during various activities.
Dog collar light
A type of light attached to a dog’s collar, often used to improve visibility and safety during walks or other activities in low-light conditions.
Dog cooling mat
A type of mat designed to cool dogs down during hot weather or after exercise, often seen as a helpful tool for preventing heatstroke and promoting comfort.
Dog cooling vest
A vest worn by dogs to help regulate their body temperature in hot weather or during exercise.
A small enclosure used to transport or confine a dog, often made of metal, plastic, or fabric.
A type of daycare or boarding service for dogs, often seen as a convenient option for pet owners who are away from home for long periods of time.
A medical condition in which a dog’s body loses too much fluid, often caused by various environmental or health factors and seen as a serious health concern.
Dog dental care
The process of maintaining canine dental health, often involving regular brushing, dental treats, and professional cleanings.
Dog dental chew
A type of chew toy designed to promote dental health in dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for cleaning teeth and reducing bad breath.
Dog dental chews
A type of chewable treat used to promote dental health in dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for cleaning teeth and reducing plaque and tartar buildup.
Dog dental spray
A type of spray used to promote dental health in dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for cleaning teeth and reducing bad breath.
A disposable or washable garment designed to contain urine or feces for dogs who are incontinent or not yet housebroken.
Dog DNA database
A collection of genetic information from dogs used for research and breed identification.
Dog DNA test
A test that uses DNA analysis to determine a dog’s breed ancestry and potential health risks.
A small opening in a door or wall that allows a dog to enter and exit the house as they please.
Dog drying towel
A type of towel designed to dry dogs off after bathing or swimming, often seen as a helpful tool for managing wet and muddy pets.
Dog ear cleaner
A type of cleaner used to clean and maintain a dog’s ears, often seen as a helpful tool for preventing ear infections and promoting overall ear health.
Dog ear infection
A medical condition in which a dog’s ears become inflamed or infected, often caused by various environmental or health factors.
Dog exercise pen
A type of pen or enclosure used to contain dogs during exercise or play, often seen as a helpful tool for training and socialization.
Dog eye drops
A type of drops used to treat various eye conditions in dogs, often prescribed by a veterinarian and used under their guidance.
Dog eye wipes
A type of wipe used to clean and maintain a dog’s eyes, often seen as a helpful tool for promoting eye health and preventing infections.
Dog feeding station
A type of station used to provide food and water for dogs, often seen as a convenient option for pet owners.
A barrier designed to keep dogs contained within a specific area or prevent them from entering certain areas.
A type of flea commonly found on dogs, which can cause irritation and other health concerns if left untreated.
Dog flea and tick prevention
The practice of preventing and treating fleas and ticks on dogs, often involving various medications and preventative measures.
Dog flea collar
A type of collar designed to repel or kill fleas and ticks on dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for managing parasite infestations.
A contagious respiratory illness affecting dogs, often caused by various strains of influenza virus.
A type of food formulated specifically for dogs, which can be dry, wet, or semi-moist.
Dog food dispenser
A type of dispenser used to automate and regulate a dog’s food intake, often seen as a helpful tool for managing portions and schedules.
Dog food puzzle
A type of puzzle or toy used to provide mental stimulation and slow down eating in dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for reducing boredom and obesity in pets.
The hair that grows on a dog’s body, which varies in length, texture, and color depending on the breed.
A barrier used to keep dogs confined to a certain area, such as a room or a yard.
The practice of cleaning and maintaining a dog’s coat, nails, and ears to keep them healthy and looking their best.
Dog grooming brush
A type of brush used to groom and maintain a dog’s coat, often seen as a crucial tool for professional groomers or pet owners.
Dog grooming kit
A kit containing various grooming tools and supplies for dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for pet owners and professional groomers.
Dog grooming scissors
A type of scissors used to trim and maintain a dog’s coat, often seen as a crucial tool for professional groomers or pet owners.
Dog grooming table
A specialized table used for grooming dogs, which provides a stable surface and keeps them at a comfortable height for the groomer.
The fur or hair shed by dogs, often seen as a common allergen for humans and a nuisance for pet owners.
Dog hair clipper
A type of clipper used to trim and maintain a dog’s coat, often seen as a crucial tool for professional groomers or pet owners.
Dog hair clippers
A type of clipper used to trim and maintain a dog’s coat, often seen as a helpful tool for pet owners and professional groomers.
A person who trains and shows dogs in various activities, such as obedience or conformation competitions.
A device used to secure a dog and distribute the weight of a leash across its chest and back.
Dog harness racing
A type of racing in which dogs are harnessed to carts or sleds and compete in various races and competitions.
Dog harness vest
A type of vest used as a harness for dogs, often seen as a comfortable and stylish alternative to traditional harnesses.
A medical condition in which a dog’s heart becomes infected with parasitic worms, often transmitted through mosquito bites and seen as a serious health concern.
Dog heat cycle
The reproductive cycle of female dogs, often involving various physiological and behavioral changes.
Dog hiking gear
Various types of gear designed to help dogs and their owners hike and explore the outdoors, often seen as a helpful tool for managing exercise and bonding with pets.
Dog hip dysplasia
A medical condition in which a dog’s hip joint does not develop properly, often causing pain and mobility issues and seen as a common ailment in larger breeds.
A type of hotel or resort for dogs, often offering various amenities and activities for pets and their owners.
A small outdoor shelter designed to provide protection and shelter for dogs.
Dog house heater
A device used to provide warmth and comfort to dogs in cold weather, often powered by electricity or propane.
Dog house training
The process of training a dog to relieve themselves outside or in a designated area, often involving various techniques and rewards for positive behavior.
The process of training a dog to eliminate waste outside or in a designated area indoors.
Dog housebreaking pads
Absorbent pads used to train puppies and dogs to eliminate waste in a designated area.
Dog id tag
A type of identification tag worn by dogs, often containing their name, address, and contact information in case they become lost or separated from their owner.
Dog inflatable collar
A type of collar used to prevent dogs from biting or licking at wounds or injuries, often seen as a more comfortable and less restrictive alternative to a traditional cone.
A respiratory disease that affects dogs and is caused by the influenza virus.
A type of pet insurance that covers the cost of veterinary care for dogs.
A type of coat or jacket designed to keep dogs warm and protected from the elements, often seen as a helpful tool for dogs in cold or wet environments.
Dog jacket with harness hole
A type of jacket designed to incorporate a harness into its design, often seen as a helpful tool for easy leash attachment and added warmth.
An enclosed space used to confine dogs, often seen as a practical tool for house training or travel.
Dog kennel cough
A contagious respiratory illness affecting dogs, often caused by various bacteria and viruses and seen as a common ailment in dogs who have been in contact with other dogs.
Dog kennel cover
A type of cover used to protect and insulate dog kennels, often seen as a helpful tool for providing shelter and comfort for pets.
A type of dry dog food, often seen as a convenient and affordable option for feeding pets.
A device used to control and guide dogs while walking or exercising, often made of nylon or leather.
Dog life jacket
A type of jacket or vest designed to keep dogs afloat and safe while swimming or boating, often seen as a helpful tool for water activities.
A benign tumor made up of fatty tissue that commonly occurs in dogs.
The practice of massaging dogs for various health and wellness benefits, often involving various techniques such as acupressure and myofascial release.
A type of mat or pad used to provide comfort and insulation for dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for elderly or disabled dogs.
A type of identification chip implanted in dogs, often containing their name, address, and contact information in case they become lost or separated from their owner.
A device used to cover a dog’s mouth and prevent biting or other unwanted behavior.
A type of restraint used to prevent dogs from biting or barking, often used during grooming or veterinary procedures.
Dog nail clipper
A type of clipper used to trim and maintain a dog’s nails, often seen as a crucial tool for preventing overgrowth and injury.
Dog nail clippers
A type of tool used to trim and maintain a dog’s nails, often seen as a crucial tool for pet owners and professional groomers.
Dog nail grinder
A type of tool used to file and maintain a dog’s nails, often seen as a helpful alternative to traditional nail clippers.
Dog nail trimmer
A tool used to trim a dog’s nails, which can be done at home or by a professional groomer or veterinarian.
Dog nose work
A type of activity in which dogs use their sense of smell to locate and identify various scents, often seen as a helpful tool for mental stimulation and exercise.
A training technique that teaches dogs to follow commands and behave appropriately in various situations.
Dog obedience competition
A type of competition in which dogs demonstrate their obedience skills and compete against other dogs, often involving various obedience exercises and commands.
Dog obedience school
A type of school or training program focused on teaching dogs various obedience commands and behaviors, often seen as a helpful tool for socialization and behavior modification.
Dog obedience training
A type of training that teaches dogs to respond to commands and behave appropriately in various situations.
A medical condition in which a dog is significantly overweight or obese, often seen as a serious health concern requiring dietary changes and increased exercise.
A group of dogs living and traveling together, often seen in various working or sporting contexts.
A designated area where dogs can socialize and exercise off-leash.
Dog park equipment
Various types of equipment and structures used in dog parks, often including agility equipment and various obstacles.
Dog park etiquette
Guidelines and rules for proper behavior and interactions in a dog park, designed to promote safety and respect for other dogs and their owners.
A type of dog sport that involves training dogs to navigate urban obstacles and structures.
Dog paw balm
A type of balm used to moisturize and protect a dog’s paw pads, often seen as a helpful tool for promoting paw health and preventing injury.
Dog paw washer
A type of device used to clean a dog’s paws after walks or outdoor activities, often seen as a helpful tool for managing dirt and debris.
Dog pet insurance
A type of insurance policy that covers various medical and healthcare expenses for pets, often seen as a helpful tool for managing unexpected costs.
Dog play yard
A type of enclosed outdoor space used for dogs to play and exercise, often seen as a helpful tool for managing multiple dogs or puppies.
A scheduled meeting between dogs and their owners for socialization and play, often seen as a helpful tool for improving a dog’s behavior and reducing anxiety.
A portable enclosure used to contain dogs and provide a safe and secure play area.
A type of pool designed specifically for dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for providing exercise and relief from hot weather.
Dog poop bag
A small, disposable bag used to pick up and dispose of dog waste.
Dog potty pads
A type of absorbent pad used to manage a dog’s elimination indoors, often seen as a helpful tool for managing potty training and older pets.
The state of being pregnant in female dogs, often involving various physiological and behavioral changes.
The study of canine behavior and the underlying psychological factors that influence it.
Dog puzzle toys
A type of toy designed to stimulate a dog’s mind and promote mental engagement, often seen as a helpful tool for preventing boredom and destructive behavior.
Dog rain boots
A type of boots designed to keep dogs’ paws dry and protected during wet weather, often seen as a helpful tool for outdoor activities.
A type of coat or jacket designed to keep dogs dry during rainy or wet weather, often seen as a helpful tool for dogs in wet environments.
A device used to help dogs climb up or down steep inclines or stairs, often used by elderly or disabled dogs.
Dog ramp for car
A type of ramp used to help dogs with mobility issues or injuries enter and exit a car, often seen as a helpful tool for pets with arthritis or other health conditions.
Dog ramp for pool
A type of ramp used to help dogs enter and exit a swimming pool, often seen as a helpful tool for pets with mobility issues or injuries.
The act of rescuing and providing care for abandoned or neglected dogs, often involving various animal rescue organizations and volunteers.
Dog rescue organization
An organization dedicated to rescuing and providing care for abandoned or neglected dogs, often relying on donations and volunteer efforts.
Dog rescue transport
The process of transporting rescued dogs to various locations, often involving various animal rescue organizations and volunteers.
A fenced-in area designed to allow dogs to run and play off-leash.
Dog scent work
A type of canine sport in which dogs use their sense of smell to locate hidden scents, often seen as a fun and challenging activity for dogs.
A type of scooter designed for use with dogs, in which the dog pulls the scooter and rider along.
Dog seat belt
A type of restraint used to secure dogs during car rides, often seen as a crucial aspect of responsible pet ownership and driver safety.
Dog seat cover
A type of cover used to protect car seats from pet hair, scratches, and other damage during car rides with dogs.
A type of shampoo specifically formulated for dogs, often containing various ingredients and scents to promote a dog’s coat health and cleanliness.
Dog shedding brush
A type of brush used to remove loose hair and reduce shedding in dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for pet owners and professional groomers.
Dog shock collar
A controversial type of collar used to train dogs using electric shocks, often seen as a potentially harmful tool and opposed by animal welfare organizations.
Dog shock collar alternatives
Various alternative methods for training dogs without the use of electric shock collars, often involving positive reinforcement and other non-punitive techniques.
Dog shock fence
A type of fence used to contain dogs using electric shocks, often seen as a controversial tool and opposed by animal welfare organizations.
Dog shock mat
A type of mat used to train dogs using electric shocks, often seen as a controversial tool and opposed by animal welfare organizations.
A competition in which purebred dogs are judged based on their adherence to breed standards.
A type of dog competition that evaluates a handler’s ability to present and exhibit their dog in the ring.
A person hired to care for dogs in their own home or the home of the pet owner, often seen as a convenient option for pet owners who are away from home.
A sled pulled by a team of dogs, commonly used for transportation and recreation in cold climates.
Dog sled race
A competition in which teams of dogs pull sleds across snow and ice, often over long distances and challenging terrain.
A winter sport in which a team of dogs pulls a sled across snow and ice.
Dog sledding race
A competition in which teams of dogs and their mushers race across snow and ice over long distances and challenging terrain.
A type of accessory used to cover a dog’s ears and neck, often seen as a helpful tool for preventing ear infections and keeping dogs warm.
A category of various canine sports and activities, such as agility, obedience, and flyball, often seen as a fun and active way to bond with a pet.
A type of stairs or steps designed to help dogs with mobility issues or injuries navigate furniture or other obstacles, often seen as a helpful tool for pets with arthritis or other health conditions.
A type of stroller designed for dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for elderly or disabled dogs or those recovering from surgery or injury.
A type of sunscreen formulated specifically for dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for protecting dogs from the sun’s harmful rays.
Dog sunscreen spray
A type of spray used to protect a dog’s skin from harmful UV rays during outdoor activities, often containing various ingredients for added protection.
Dog swim vest
A type of vest designed to help dogs stay afloat while swimming or participating in water activities, often seen as a helpful safety tool for pets.
A small metal or plastic tag attached to a dog’s collar that displays their name, owner’s contact information, and other important details.
Dog teeth cleaning kit
A kit containing various tools and supplies used to clean and maintain a dog’s teeth, often seen as a helpful tool for preventing dental issues.
A specialized toothbrush used to clean a dog’s teeth and gums, which can help prevent dental disease.
A special toothpaste formulated for dogs, which helps prevent dental problems and freshen their breath.
Dog toy box
A type of box or container used to store and organize a dog’s toys, often seen as a helpful tool for reducing clutter and promoting play.
Various types of toys designed for dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for providing mental stimulation and exercise for pets.
Dog toys for aggressive chewers
Various types of toys designed specifically for dogs who are heavy chewers, often seen as a helpful tool for providing mental stimulation and exercise for pets.
A device used to locate lost or wandering dogs, often using GPS technology.
A professional who specializes in teaching dogs obedience, behavior modification, or other skills, often using positive reinforcement or other methods.
The process of teaching dogs to follow commands and behave appropriately in various situations, often seen as a crucial aspect of responsible pet ownership.
Dog training clicker
A type of device used to train dogs using a clicking sound, often seen as a helpful tool for obedience training.
Dog training collar
A collar used for training dogs, which may emit a sound, vibration, or electric shock to provide feedback and modify behavior.
A device used to exercise dogs indoors, often equipped with adjustable speed and incline settings.
Dog treadmill training
The process of training dogs to use a treadmill for exercise, often seen as a helpful tool for providing exercise in various weather conditions or for dogs with limited mobility.
A food item given to dogs as a reward or to supplement their diet.
Dog treat dispenser
A type of dispenser used to dispense treats to dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for positive reinforcement training and managing pet behavior.
A liquid waste product produced by dogs, often containing various nutrients and chemicals and seen as a common source of odors in homes with dogs.
Dog urine pad
A type of absorbent pad used to collect and contain dog urine, often seen as a helpful tool for house training and managing incontinence.
Dog urine remover
A type of cleaner used to remove dog urine stains and odors from various surfaces, often seen as a helpful tool for pet owners and households with dogs.
A medical procedure that involves administering a vaccine to a dog to protect against infectious diseases.
A type of vaccine used to prevent various diseases and infections in dogs, often seen as a crucial aspect of responsible pet ownership and disease prevention.
A type of vest designed to protect dogs from various environmental hazards or to provide additional support during activities, often seen as a helpful tool for managing pet safety and health.
Various types of vitamins and supplements used to support a dog’s health and wellbeing, often containing various nutrients and ingredients for various purposes.
The act of exercising and caring for dogs by taking them for walks or runs.
Dog walking harness
A type of harness used for walking dogs, often seen as a helpful tool for managing dogs who pull or have respiratory issues.
Dog walking services
Various types of services designed to walk and exercise dogs for pet owners, often seen as a helpful tool for managing busy schedules or mobility issues.
Dog waste bag
A type of bag used to pick up and dispose of dog waste, often seen as a crucial aspect of responsible dog ownership.
Dog waste removal service
A type of service that provides regular collection and disposal of dog waste, often seen as a helpful tool for managing waste in public areas or communities.
Dog waste station
A type of station or dispenser used to provide bags and containers for collecting and disposing of dog waste in public areas, often seen as a crucial aspect of responsible dog ownership.
Dog water bottle
A type of bottle used to provide dogs with water during outdoor activities, often seen as a helpful tool for managing hydration.
Dog weight loss
The process of helping dogs achieve and maintain a healthy weight, often involving dietary changes and increased exercise.
Dog weight pulling
A type of sport or activity in which dogs pull heavy weights, often seen as a way to promote physical fitness and strength in dogs.
A type of wheelchair designed for dogs with mobility issues, often seen as a helpful tool for improving their quality of life.
A term used to describe an individual who has a natural ability to understand and communicate with dogs.
A high-pitched whistle used to train dogs and communicate with them over long distances.
Dog whistle app
A type of app that simulates a dog whistle, often seen as a helpful tool for obedience training and off-leash control.
Dog whistle training
The process of training dogs to respond to a dog whistle, often seen as a helpful tool for obedience training and off-leash control.
A type of yoga involving dogs, often seen as a fun and interactive way to bond with a pet and promote wellness for both humans and dogs.
Referring to places, activities, or products that are welcoming and accommodating to dogs and their owners.
A city that is considered pet-friendly and accommodating to dogs and their owners, often offering amenities such as dog parks and pet-friendly businesses.
A hotel that allows and accommodates dogs, often providing amenities such as dog beds and treats.
A restaurant that allows dogs on their outdoor patio or dining area, often seen as a helpful amenity for pet owners.
A workplace that allows employees to bring their dogs to work, often seen as a helpful perk for pet owners.
A service that provides professional dog walkers to exercise and care for dogs while their owners are away.
A phrase used to describe a chaotic or disorganized situation, often applied to the behavior or actions of dogs.
A cruel and illegal blood sport in which dogs are trained and forced to fight each other for entertainment or gambling purposes.
A type of shark found in various parts of the world, known for their small size and distinctive shape.
A container or bag provided by a restaurant for customers to take home leftovers or food for their dog.
A facility that provides daytime care and socialization for dogs while their owners are at work or away from home.
Doggy daycare camera
A camera system that allows pet owners to monitor their dogs while they are at daycare or boarding.
Doggy DNA testing
A process used to identify a dog’s breed or genetic makeup, often used for health and behavior assessment.
The various vocalizations, body postures, and other signals used by dogs to communicate with each other and with humans.
Doggy litter box
A designated area or container used to train dogs to eliminate waste indoors, often filled with absorbent materials like newspapers or training pads.
A technique used to relax and soothe dogs, often used for therapeutic or bonding purposes.
A swimming technique used by dogs, in which they use all four legs to paddle and stay afloat.
Doggy seat belt
A device used to secure dogs in vehicles, often using a harness and attaching to a car’s seat belt.
A mating position in dogs and other animals, in which the male mounts the female from behind.
A specialized sunscreen formulated for dogs, which can help protect their skin from harmful UV rays.
A device used to help dogs with mobility issues, which supports their hind legs and allows them to move around more easily.
A small outdoor shelter designed to provide protection and shelter for dogs.
Dogue de Bordeaux
A large breed of dog known for their powerful build, wrinkled face, and loyal temperament.
A type of tree or shrub that produces showy flowers in spring and summer, often used for landscaping.
A term used to describe an animal with a long, narrow head, often seen in certain dog breeds like the Greyhound or Whippet.
A device used to transport heavy objects, such as bales of hay or bags of feed, often pulled by a draft animal.
Any animal species that has been selectively bred and domesticated for various purposes, such as companionship, work, or food production.
A small songbird commonly kept as a pet for its melodious singing.
A small, carnivorous mammal that is a common pet and companion animal.
A type of duck bred specifically for domestication, often seen as a valuable source of eggs or meat for humans.
A term used to describe various species of birds that are commonly raised for meat, eggs, or ornamental purposes, such as chickens, turkeys, and ducks.
A breed of pigeon commonly kept as a pet or used for racing or homing purposes.
A type of rabbit bred specifically as a companion animal, often kept as a pet.
A type of cat that does not belong to a specific breed and has a short, smooth coat.
Referring to animals that have been bred and raised in captivity to become suitable for human companionship.
An animal species that has been selectively bred and adapted for human companionship, work, or other uses.
A type of fox that has been selectively bred over many generations to become more tolerant of human interaction and companionship.
The process by which wild animals are bred and raised in captivity to become suitable for human companionship.
A concept in animal behavior that refers to the hierarchical ranking of individuals within a social group.
A term used to describe a trait or behavior in animals that is more prominent or influential than other traits or behaviors.
A gene that expresses its trait over other genes when paired together.
A term used to describe an animal’s preferred hand or paw for performing various tasks, often seen as a key factor in determining various physical and behavioral traits in animals.
A genetic trait that is expressed even when only one copy of the gene is present.
A domesticated member of the horse family that is used for work and transportation.
A sport in which people ride on the backs of donkeys and play basketball.
A type of cart or carriage pulled by donkeys, often seen as a practical tool in various agricultural or industrial settings.
A small engine used to power winches or other equipment in forestry, mining, or other industries, named for its ability to carry a load like a donkey.
Donkey hoof trimmer
A type of trimmer used to maintain the hooves of donkeys, often seen as a crucial tool for their health and wellbeing.
The feet of a donkey, often requiring regular trimming and care to prevent various hoof-related health issues.
Milk produced by female donkeys, which is low in fat and lactose and high in vitamins and minerals.
A recreational activity in which people ride on the backs of donkeys, often popular with tourists or children.
A non-profit organization that provides care and refuge for abandoned or mistreated donkeys.
A crossbreed between a poodle and another dog breed, often bred for their hypoallergenic coat and friendly personality.
A flexible, plastic or rubber door that can be installed in a pet door to prevent drafts and insects from entering the home.
A breed of chicken known for their distinctive five toes and flavorful meat, often seen as a rare or heritage breed.
Referring to a period of inactivity or hibernation in animals, often seen during the winter months.
A small, nocturnal rodent found in various parts of the world, often kept as a pet or used in research studies.
A breed of sheep developed in South Africa, known for their fast growth, meat quality, and adaptability to various climates.
Referring to the upper side or back of an animal, such as the dorsal fin on a fish.
The fin located on the back of fish and aquatic mammals, including dolphins and whales.
A bundle of nerves that runs along the back of an animal’s spinal cord, which is responsible for sensory information such as pain and touch.
A dark stripe of hair or fur that runs along the spine of certain animals, such as horses or zebras, which can help with camouflage or visual communication.
The amount of medication or other substance administered to an animal, often measured in weight-based units or other standard units.
A specialized device used to administer liquid medications or supplements to livestock, often used in large-scale operations.
A type of pump used to accurately dispense and administer medication to animals, often seen as a crucial tool in veterinary or medical settings.
A type of syringe used to accurately measure and administer medication to animals, often seen as a crucial tool in veterinary or medical settings.
A type of fur that consists of a soft undercoat and a coarser outer coat, found in many dog breeds.
A genetic condition that occurs when two merle-coated dogs are bred together, resulting in a high risk of deafness and blindness in offspring.
A genetic condition affecting various animal species, including cattle and sheep, in which there is an abnormal development of muscle tissue, often seen as a health concern in livestock operations.
A genetic condition in dogs that can cause them to have two distinct nostrils or a split nose, often seen in breeds like the Beauceron or Belgian Malinois.
A type of saddle used in horseback riding that provides extra support and stability for the rider.
Double yellow-headed Amazon
A species of parrot known for its vibrant colors and intelligent, sociable nature.
Double yellow-headed parrot
A species of parrot known for their vibrant colors and ability to mimic human speech.
A technique used in agriculture to grow two crops in the same field in a single growing season, often used with fast-growing crops like soybeans or winter wheat.
A genetic condition that can cause an animal to have abnormally large muscles, often seen in certain breeds of cattle or pigs.
A type of bird often kept as pets or used for release at weddings and other events, known for their gentle cooing sounds and peaceful demeanor.
A type of joint used in various woodworking projects, which resembles the shape of a dove’s tail and provides strength and stability.
A type of soft, fluffy undercoat found on various animals, such as geese or rabbits, which can be used for insulation, bedding, or other purposes.
A type of winter coat made from the soft, fluffy undercoat of certain animals, such as geese or rabbits, which provides insulation and warmth.
A soft, fluffy feather found on birds, including ducks, geese, and chickens.
Down feather pillow
A type of pillow filled with soft and fluffy down feathers, often used for pet beds.
A genetic condition that can occur in some dog breeds, which results in developmental and cognitive disabilities.
An animal that is unable to stand or move on its own, often requiring veterinary care or humane euthanasia.
An animal that is unable to stand or walk due to an injury or illness.
A cow that is unable to stand or walk due to illness, injury, or other factors, often requiring euthanasia.
A type of feather found on young birds, which is softer and fluffier than adult feathers.
A crossbreed between a dachshund and a poodle, known for their intelligence and affectionate nature.
An antibiotic commonly used to treat infections in pets, such as tick-borne diseases or urinary tract infections.
An animal used for pulling heavy loads, such as a horse or ox.
A type of horse or other animal bred for work, such as pulling carts or plows, often seen as a valuable asset in traditional agriculture or transportation industries.
A padded collar worn by draft animals, such as horses or oxen, to distribute the weight of a load across their neck and shoulders.
A large, strong horse breed that is commonly used for heavy work and pulling loads.
Draft horse harness
A type of harness used to attach draft horses to various vehicles or equipment, often seen as a crucial tool for various work or transportation purposes.
Draft horse show
A competition in which draft horses are judged based on their strength, size, and appearance.
Draft horse wagon
A type of wagon pulled by draft horses, often used for transportation or work purposes.
A competition in which horses or other draft animals are judged based on their strength, endurance, and pulling ability.
A technique used in dog sports such as carting or sledding, in which a dog uses its strength to pull a load or a person.
A dog breed that is commonly used for pulling heavy loads, such as a Bernese Mountain Dog or Alaskan Malamute.
A type of fox hunt in which a scent trail is laid for the hounds to follow, instead of chasing live prey.
A type of hunting in which hounds or other dogs follow a scent trail laid by humans, often seen as a more humane alternative to traditional fox hunting or other forms of hunting with live prey.
A type of fruit native to various parts of Asia and Central America, often seen as a nutritious and flavorful treat for various animal species, including birds and reptiles.
A type of freshwater fish with a distinctive elongated body and large teeth, commonly kept in aquariums.
A type of insect found in various parts of the world, known for their colorful wings and agile flight.
A medication used to prevent motion sickness in various animals, often used for travel or other activities that may cause discomfort or nausea.
A type of horse conformation in which the neck and head are held low and the horse appears relaxed.
A large, strong horse breed that is commonly used for heavy work, such as plowing fields or pulling carts.
A topical ointment used to treat wounds and abscesses in animals, often made from natural ingredients like herbs and beeswax.
A term used to describe a dog’s coat that appears shiny and healthy, often achieved through proper nutrition, grooming, and care.
A state of sleep in which animals may exhibit rapid eye movement (REM) and display behavior suggestive of dreaming, such as twitching or vocalizing.
A technique used to administer liquid medication or supplements to livestock, often using a specialized syringe or pump.
The process of administering medication or other substances to an animal orally, often using a specialized syringe or tube.
A type of equestrian sport that involves training horses to perform precise movements and exercises.
A specialized saddle used in dressage competitions, designed to provide maximum contact and communication between horse and rider.
A type of whip used in horse training and performance, often seen as a controversial tool and subject to various regulations in equestrian sports.
The percentage of an animal’s live weight that remains after it has been slaughtered and processed for meat.
A type of dried insect commonly used as a high-protein feed or treat for poultry and other animals.
A barrier used to guide livestock or wild animals in a specific direction, often used in range management.
A type of fishing net used to catch fish or other aquatic animals by floating in the water and entangling them as they swim by, often seen as a controversial fishing method due to its impact on non-target species.
A natural product that is commonly used as a decoration in aquariums and terrariums.
A type of freshwater catfish commonly kept in aquariums for its unique appearance and behavior.
A technique used in agriculture to plant seeds directly into the soil using a specialized drill or seeder, often used for crops like corn or soybeans.
A container used to provide water to animals, often seen in livestock operations.
A method of watering plants that involves delivering water directly to the roots through a network of tubes or hoses.
The area surrounding a tree or shrub where water drips down from its leaves and branches.
A method of irrigation used in agriculture and gardening, which delivers water directly to the root zone of plants.
A species of camel with a single hump, known for their ability to survive in arid desert environments.
A medication used to treat tapeworm infestations in dogs and cats.
The sound produced by male bees during flight, which is used to attract females and defend their territory.
A brand of deworming medication for dogs and cats, often prescribed by veterinarians to treat various types of internal parasites.
The saliva or other fluid that drips from an animal’s mouth, often seen as a normal behavior in certain animal species, such as dogs.
Excessive saliva production, often seen in dogs and cats when they are excited or experiencing nausea.
A physical characteristic seen in certain dog breeds, in which their ears hang low and are not erect.
A type of ear carriage seen in some dog breeds, in which the ears hang down against the head.
A term used to describe an animal’s ears that hang down rather than standing erect, often seen in dog breeds like the Basset Hound or Cocker Spaniel.
Drop-in pet sitter
A type of pet sitter who comes to the pet’s home to provide care and attention, often seen as a convenient option for pet owners who travel frequently.
Drop-in pet sitting
A service in which a pet sitter visits a client’s home to provide care and companionship for their pets while they are away.
A person who herds or drives livestock, often seen as an important occupation in traditional agriculture or transportation industries.
A breed of Australian herding dog that was traditionally used to drive cattle long distances across rugged terrain.
A serious and potentially fatal condition in which an animal is unable to breathe due to being submerged in water.
Drug detection dog
A specially trained dog that is used to detect illegal drugs or substances in various settings, such as airports or prisons.
The remaining amount of medication or other substances in an animal’s body, often monitored in livestock to ensure compliance with food safety regulations.
A type of horse known for their striking appearance, often bred for ceremonial or parade use.
A term used to describe the lower leg portion of a chicken or other poultry, often used as a popular cut for meat.
Dry cat food
A type of cat food that has a low moisture content and is often used as a staple diet for cats.
A cow that is not currently producing milk, often used in dairy farming to allow the cow to rest and recover between lactation cycles.
Dry cow therapy
A type of treatment given to cows during the dry period, often involving the use of antibiotics or other medications to prevent infections or other health concerns.
A condition in which an animal’s tear glands do not produce enough moisture, causing dryness and irritation of the eyes.
A technique used in agriculture to grow crops with little or no irrigation, relying on natural rainfall and soil moisture instead.
A type of pet food that has a low moisture content and is often used as a staple diet for cats and dogs.
An area designated for livestock to graze and exercise, which is kept dry to prevent mud and disease.
The amount of feed or forage left after removing the moisture content, used to calculate the nutritional value of animal feed.
A condition in which an animal’s mouth is dry and lacks saliva, often seen in breeds like the Shar-Pei or Mastiff.
A condition in which a dog’s nose is dry, which can be a sign of dehydration or illness.
Dry nose ointment
A topical ointment used to moisturize and soothe a dog’s dry, cracked nose.
A common skin condition in pets, which can be caused by a variety of factors such as allergies, parasites, or nutritional deficiencies.
A specialized coat that is designed to absorb moisture and help dry a dog’s fur after a bath or swim.
A type of dog sledding that is done on land instead of snow, using specialized equipment like carts or scooters.
A type of animal breed that is raised for both meat and milk production, such as a dairy cow or meat goat.
A type of chicken breed used for both meat and egg production, often seen as a valuable asset in backyard flocks or small farms.
A type of waterfowl that is commonly raised for meat and eggs, and also kept as pets or used for hunting.
A tool used to mimic the sounds made by ducks, often used in hunting or wildlife photography.
A lifelike model of a duck used to attract live ducks for hunting or observation.
A small shelter or coop used to house ducks, which can be made from various materials like wood, plastic, or metal.
A unique mammal found in Australia that has a bill like a duck, webbed feet like a duck, and lays eggs like a reptile.
A unique Australian mammal known for its duck-like bill, beaver-like tail, and ability to lay eggs.
A baby duck, which requires special care and attention when kept as a pet or raised for meat or eggs.
A type of aquatic plant commonly used as a food source and filtration agent in aquariums.
A type of strong adhesive tape often used in animal husbandry or veterinary medicine to secure bandages or other materials.
A large marine mammal found in the waters of the Indian Ocean and western Pacific Ocean, known for their gentle nature and herbivorous diet.
A type of deep-sea octopus with large, floppy fins that resemble elephant ears.
A variety of pet rat with large, round ears that are set lower on the head than those of a standard rat.
A term used to describe a newborn foal that exhibits abnormal or weak behavior, often seen as a sign of neonatal illness or other health concerns.
Dummy foal syndrome
A condition in newborn foals that can occur due to oxygen deprivation during birth or other factors, which can result in neurological and developmental issues.
A type of horse with a yellowish-brown coat and dark mane and tail, often seen in certain breeds like the American Quarter Horse or Icelandic Horse.
Animal feces, which can be used as a fertilizer or a source of fuel.
A beetle that feeds on feces and helps to break down organic matter in the environment.
A type of fabric often used in pet clothing and accessories, known for its durability and versatility.
A species of crab found along the Pacific coast of North America, often used for food.
A tough, fibrous membrane that covers the brain and spinal cord of various animals, including humans and other mammals.
Durable dog toy
A type of pet toy designed to withstand heavy chewing and play, often made from tough materials like rubber or nylon.
A chew toy or plaything that is designed to withstand heavy use by pets.
A breed of domestic pig known for their red coat, hardiness, and meat quality, often used for pork production.
A species of dolphin found in various parts of the world, known for their acrobatic behavior and playful nature.
A behavior exhibited by birds and some mammals, in which they roll in dirt or sand to clean their feathers or fur.
A cloud of dust or debris that can be harmful to the respiratory system of animals and humans.
A tiny arachnid that feeds on skin cells and dust, and can cause allergy symptoms in humans and pets.
Dust mite allergy
An immune response to the feces and body parts of dust mites, which can cause allergy symptoms in humans and pets.
A type of mop or duster used to clean floors or other surfaces, often seen as a helpful tool for removing pet hair and dander.
A method of pest control used in poultry farming, in which a dust or powder is applied to the birds to kill or repel parasites.
Dutch Belted cow
A breed of dairy cow known for their distinctive white belt or stripe around their midsection.
A breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its distinctive white blaze on its face.
A breed of dog known for their intelligence, loyalty, and versatility in various working roles, such as herding, police work, or search and rescue.
An acronym that stands for Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, a professional degree earned by veterinarians who complete a rigorous program of education and training.
Dwarf African frog
A small, aquatic frog commonly kept as a pet in aquariums.
A small breed of guinea pig, often kept as a pet for their friendly personality and low maintenance needs.
A small species of crocodile found in various parts of Africa, known for their nocturnal behavior and unique physical characteristics.
A small breed of goat known for their compact size and gentle temperament.
A small, brightly colored freshwater fish that is popular in aquariums.
A small species of hamster commonly kept as a pet.
A small breed of pony, often kept as a pet or for therapy purposes.
A small breed of rabbit that is popular as a pet due to its compact size and docile temperament.
Dwarf rabbit cage
A type of cage or enclosure used to house and contain dwarf rabbits, often seen as a helpful tool for providing a safe and comfortable living space.
A small species of turtle commonly kept as a pet, such as the African mud turtle or the musk turtle.
A genetic condition that results in abnormally small size and proportions in animals.
A genetic mutation that can cause an animal to have abnormally short limbs or a small stature, often seen in dog breeds like the Basset Hound or Corgi.
The amount of time a disinfectant must remain on a surface to effectively kill pathogens.
A type of high-calorie supplement often used to promote weight gain and nutrition in various animals, often used in veterinary medicine and rehabilitation.
A type of rope made from ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fibers, known for its strength and durability, often used in animal husbandry and agriculture.
A condition in which a reptile is unable to shed its skin properly, which can lead to health problems and infections.
A genetic condition that affects the development and growth of bones and joints, commonly seen in large dog breeds.
A term used to describe a chronic low mood or depression in animals, which can affect their quality of life and behavior.
Difficulty giving birth, which can be a serious health concern for pregnant animals.
A device used to assist in the delivery of newborn animals during a difficult or complicated birth.
A device used to monitor a pregnant animal’s contractions and assist in difficult or complicated births.
A difficult or complicated birth, which can be dangerous for both the mother and her offspring.
A neurological disorder that can cause involuntary muscle contractions and other movement issues in animals.
A condition in which an animal’s eye is abnormally shaped or positioned, causing vision problems or discomfort.
A rare genetic condition that can cause an animal’s eyes to be abnormally spaced or positioned.
A condition in which abnormal deposits of calcium accumulate in an animal’s tissues, often seen in reptiles and other animals with a bony skeleton.
A type of muscle disease that can affect dogs and other animals, causing weakness and loss of muscle mass.
A neurological disorder that can affect an animal’s ability to process information and learn.
A type of fraternal twin in which each twin develops in a separate amniotic sac and has their own placenta, often seen in various animal species including humans and cattle.
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