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What your pee can tell you?

Blood present in your urine, a condition known as hematuria, can mean that you are experiencing an infection or tumor of the urinary tract. It can also indicate kidney stones or prostate problems, according to UC San Diego Health.

What your fingernails can tell you?

Did you know your nails can reveal clues to your overall health? A touch of white here, a rosy tinge there, or some rippling or bumps may be a sign of disease in the body. Problems in the liver, lungs, and heart can show up in your nails.

Do cats know if someone is going to die?

Cats not only can tell if someone has died they can tell that someone is going to die. They are very in tune to this. Even if the person dying had not ever payed any attention to the cat it would be stuck like glue to the dying resident.

How long before you can tell a dog is pregnant?

You probably won't notice any pregnancy signs until your pooch has been pregnant for three weeks or more. "Early signs of pregnancy can include morning sickness, energy level changes, and enlargement of nipples," says Dr. Coger. That said, she adds, "Some dogs will show none of these signs."

How long before you can tell your dog is pregnant?

You probably won't notice any pregnancy signs until your pooch has been pregnant for three weeks or more. "Early signs of pregnancy can include morning sickness, energy level changes, and enlargement of nipples," says Dr. Coger. That said, she adds, "Some dogs will show none of these signs."

Do family members smell the same?

Family smell. That advice arises from new research that shows that family members can tell each other by smell alone, but only if they are genetically related to each other.

Does dying hurt?

Whether dying is physically painful, or how painful it is, appears to vary. But that's not what it feels like to the person dying, as far as doctors can tell. In fact, medical researchers believe that the phenomenon—which is commonly called a death rattle—probably doesn't hurt.

Should a dogs nose run?

The texture and volume of your dog's runny nose can tell you a lot about the underlying cause. In the case of unilateral discharge (one nostril involved), the causes could include an inhaled foreign body such as grass or grass awns leading to rhinitis, a fungal infection, or a nasal tumor.

Should you teach your dog no?

It means, “keep doing what you are doing, I like that.” Your dog should hear “good” at least ten times for every “no.” If this ratio isn't there, train your dog so that you don't have to tell them “no” and then you CAN tell them “good.”

What is the treatment for low white blood cell count?

Chemotherapy kills many of the cells in your bone marrow, but the cells recover with time. Your doctor can tell you whether your specific chemotherapy treatment and dose will put you at risk of low blood cell counts. Radiation therapy.

What should my dog's eyes look like?

Cataracts are often confused with a normal aging change that affects a dog's lenses called lenticular sclerosis. Both conditions give the pupils (the normally black center to the eye) a white, grey, or milky appearance, but a veterinarian can tell the difference through a standard eye exam.

Do cats like affection?

Cats show affection through their eyes. You can tell your cat you love her too by giving her cat kisses. This sign of cat affection conveys relaxation, contentment, affection and trust; they help build and strengthen your relationship with her. She may respond with more slow blinks.

Do Hedgehogs curl up when they die?

You can tell that the hedgehog is hibernating and not dead by the fact that it will 'ripple' when touched very gently. It may also emit a little 'snore'! Hedgehogs also generally don't die curled up….

What is the laziest small dog?

These, as far as we can tell, are the laziest dog breeds on the planet. Saint Bernard. Chow Chow. Bullmastiff. Greyhound. Shih Tzu. French Bulldog. English Bulldog. Great Dane. Great Danes are lazy because, well, can you imagine if they weren't?

Do dogs realize how long you're gone?

They found that after 2 hours, dogs greeted their owners with more intensity than after 30 minutes of being left alone. However, there was no difference between 2 and 4 hours. This suggests that dogs can tell the difference between 30 minutes and 2 hours, but beyond that it is unclear.

How long does it take a dog to digest a bone?

Digestion in dogs is a pretty fast process. You can tell your dog has processed and passed bone when you see a white chalky, dry stool. Usually it will be in 24 hrs. If your dog had ruptured the intestine from a bone splinter, you'd know that fairly quickly.

Can you tell if its a boy or girl at 12 weeks?

Usually the earliest point you can tell the sex of a baby from a scan is 20 weeks so the quirky theory is popular with those who can't wait to find out if they're having a little girl or a little boy.

What breed of dog is the laziest?

These, as far as we can tell, are the laziest dog breeds on the planet. Saint Bernard. Chow Chow. Bullmastiff. Greyhound. Shih Tzu. French Bulldog. English Bulldog. Great Dane. Great Danes are lazy because, well, can you imagine if they weren't?

How does death feel like?

Speech is lost next, followed by vision. The last senses to go are usually hearing and touch.” Whether dying is physically painful, or how painful it is, appears to vary. But that's not what it feels like to the person dying, as far as doctors can tell.

How long does it take for dogs to digest bones?

Digestion in dogs is a pretty fast process. You can tell your dog has processed and passed bone when you see a white chalky, dry stool. Usually it will be in 24 hrs. If your dog had ruptured the intestine from a bone splinter, you'd know that fairly quickly.