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of or relating to the family or household

trained or bred to live with and be of use to people

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of, from, or within a country's own territory

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a servant who is paid to perform menial tasks around the household

of concern to or concerning the internal affairs of a nation

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of or involving the home or family

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converted or adapted to domestic use

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produced in a particular country

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cats are the top carrier of rabies in domestic animals.
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ANTHRAX is a bacterial infection which occurs most commonly in wild and domestic animals in Asia, Africa and parts of Europe.
Tea tree oil remedies for farm and domestic animals, including sprays, ointment and salves you make at home, such as flea and tick therapies.
The museum houses a collection of live, native California animals, a hands-on discovery room for children, a pet education section with domestic animals, changing exhibits and a one of the largest wildlife rehabilitation hospitals in the United States that treats about 6,000 animals every year.
Despite the latter, it is not a book like Katherine Kete's The Beast in the Boudoir (1) primarily concerned with the psychology of pet-keeping; Robbins' exclusion of domestic animals like dogs and cats precludes that.
Is high prevalence of Echinococcus multilocularis in wild and domestic animals associated with disease incidence in humans?
Kids could check out domestic animals at the fair: They could go on camel rides, watch pig races and pet the baby goats at the 4-H livestock exhibit, which also featured turkeys and pigs.
Higman goes into exquisite detail about their families, their houses, and their possessions including garden plots and domestic animals.
The article does, however, state, "The most important source of environmental, antibiotic-resistant bacteria is domestic animals.
Vet Scott Sheyney believes the battle of the bulge in domestic animals has now become a major problem.
Development of community-based quarantine protocols that consider the role of domestic animals in transmission of disease remains a gap in current preparedness planning activities.
It is important that everyone takes the necessary steps to minimize the risk of rabies infecting our domestic animals, not to mention people.
It's just that he's saddened by the reason for today's fund-raiser - the seemingly futile nationwide effort to spay or neuter domestic animals.
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