Protomag - The online edition of Proto, a quarterly biomedical magazine published by the Massachusetts General Hospital.
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Best water conditioner around, hands down. This product does what it promises, and is very economical - depending on tank size, it can be dosed in drops or by the cap. The Seachem brand has wonderful customer service. If you go to the company web site, you can email any questions about their products and they actually email you back an answer within 24 hours or so.
This would be a great product but was dismayed to find it has no banana slicer- that's a deal breaker. Returning today.
Great prenatal vitamins! I take prenatal vitamins in replace of a multivitamin because it has so much good stuff for you! This is great and it doesn't taste bad and leave a bad aftertaste. There's nothing to burp up and it doesn't leave you with an upset stomach! Definitely recommend to anybody needing prenatal or just a multivitamin.
I purchased two of the Seresto collars for my small poodles. I believe that they worked very well considering we have not yet had any serious flea or tick problems this spring. After about 1 month of use, we noticed that both our dogs were lethargic, had problems coming up and down stairs, and experienced what appeared to be mini seizures especially in their hind quarters. We decided to remove the flea collars since that was the only new thing that had been introduced to both of them. Within one day they were running again, coming up and down stairs in leaps and bounds, and back to their usual habits. I figured I may be able to return them, but because it has been a little over a month I do not have that option any longer. At this point I plan on returning to the topical treatments, which also have their drawbacks and concerns. We have used the topical product since they were puppies, but now that they are older we believe that any type of treatment is harmful to their health. As our veterinarian agrees, he also says that no treatment leaves them vulnerable to fleas, ticks, and diseases associated with those pests.