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There is a couple of ways to dampen or limit the ammonia smell. Baking soda: You can add this to the bedding and you do not need to use a lot of it. You can get this in bags from 1 kg to 1000 kg. It limits the smell of ammonia by increasing the PH so less urea is converted to ammonia. Lime: You can add this to the bedding but you need to use a larger amount ...


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Here is an excerpt from the RSPCA guidelines As a minimum your dog must be able to sit and stand at full height, turn around, stretch out and lie down in a natural position. Document downloadable from here It might be argued that for a short journey, say a visit to the vet, a slightly smaller crate would be okay but in my opinion for regular travel and ...


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I think the Animal Welfare Act 2006 would be the legal document ruling the treatment and housing of dogs. Section 9 "Duty of person responsible for animal to ensure welfare" states: (1) A person commits an offence if he does not take such steps as are reasonable in all the circumstances to ensure that the needs of an animal for which ...


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This is a case where you might want to seek a veteriarian's advice if you feel like your horse is tormented by the itching. Your horse might have parasites (e.g. mites), fungus, an allergy or metabolic defect. It might also come from strain or molt. Many horses feel itchy on molt, so if your horse has a soft, shiny, nice coat with smooth skin beneath you ...


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