Keeping Your Dog Fit

Feeding your pets the best food possible is the key to keeping them strong and happy. Dogs especially need special nutrients and vitamins to keep their hearts and bodies strong and healthy. Very few people know that feeding whole grains to their

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What You Need To Know For a Career in Pet Nutrition

If you have a love of animals and are either a veterinarian or a veterinary technician, you can specialize and get the training needed to become a pet nutritionist. This is not a career that one can just walk into and requires

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Dog Lover? Consider a Career in Dog Walking

Dog walking may not sound like an actual job or career, but in today’s society where the majority of people own pets and have a need to have those pets walked; this is more than just a viable way to make money.

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Is It Legal To Deny Autistic Children Service Dogs In School?

Children that have social phobias, children with type one diabetes and blind children are all accompanied by service dogs while they are in school. Many concerned parents have begun speaking out about the issue that school boards are not allowing their autistic

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Becoming a Paramedic Today: Technology Rules

For those who want to become a paramedic, embracing technology is an absolute must. In fact, a large part of the training for paramedics today revolves around the latest technical advances that help to save more lives. If you want to learn

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Medical vs. Legal: Which Field is Better?

There is little question that both the legal and medical fields are growing and will continue to offer many in-demand jobs for the foreseeable future. However, which field is actually better depends on a considerable number of factors, most importantly those that

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An Overview of a Career as an Electrical Engineer

An electrical engineer is a great career choice for those that like to use high tech equipment to solve problems. They work with electrical equipment for things such as electric motors, navigation systems, radars, communication devices, automobiles, aircrafts, and power generators. Improving

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How Does Mexico’s Legal System Compare To The US System?

Contrary to the beliefs widely held in the United States pertaining to the characteristics and dynamics of Mexico’s legal system, Mexico does enjoy an organized and highly evolved legal system which, for the most part, is efficient. The roots of Mexico’s legal

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Mechanical Engineering Expert Witness To Testify In Lawsuit Against Toyota

There has been an explosive turn of events in the St.Paul, MN lawsuit against motor juggernaught Toyota. The mechanical engineering expert witness, John Stilson, is to testify against the company in the case involving a fatal crash in 2006 of a 1997

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A Primer On U.S. Animal Cruelty Law

Every state within America has different laws, but one thing they all have in common is a hatred for animal cruelty. Depending on where you are, the punishments range from severe to extreme and although you are allowed legal representation, these strict

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The Effects of The BP Gulf Oil Spill: 3 Years later

When the BP Gulf oil spill happened in April 2010, it caused massive damage to the surrounding area in many ways. It is considered by some experts to be one of the worst tragedies to happen in U.S. history. Here are several

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Are Law Schools Producing Too Many Lawyers?

Arizona schools, specifically Arizona State University’s (ASU) law school are attacking the growing problem of today’s law school graduates who are in their fifth year of a close to depression level employment market and are having trouble finding work. Now ASU is

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The Journey From Raw Petrol To Your Gas Tank

All across the nation cars pull up to gas pumps, start pumping their gas. As we fill up the giant gas tanks on our SUV’s, which only get fifteen miles per gallon, we begin to notice the total price keeps clicking up

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