Drain salmon, reserve liquid for rice. do not remove bones or skin, flake with fork. Defrost peas and carrots.
In a sauce pan add salmon liquid, water, brown rice, cook. let cool to touch.
In a mixing bowl add salmon, brown rice, chopped egg, peas and carrots, and parsley, cod liver oil. Mix well.
place one nori sheet on a flat surface and spread mixture 1/4 inch over nori, leave 1/4 inch edge of nori and dampen with water. And roll. repeat till nori sheets are used, or mixture is gone.
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A mammary tumor is a tumor originating in the mammary gland. It is a common finding in older female dogs that are not spayed (the incidence rate is one in 4 in unspayed female dogs over the age of 4), but they are found in other animals as well. The mammary glands in dogs are associated with their nipples and extend from the underside of the chest to the groin on both sides of the midline. There are many differences between mammary tumors in animals and breast cancer in humans, including tumor type, malignancy, and treatment options
Mammary tumors can be small, simple nodules or large, aggressive, metastatic growths. With early detection and prompt treatment, even some of the more serious tumors can be successfully treated.
There are multiple types of mammary tumors in dogs. Approximately 50% of all mammary tumors in dogs are benign, and the other 50% are … Read the rest
There is a lump or bump, so you visit the vet to see what it is. Fortunately most of these are benign growths. Here are the specifics that you need to know.
SIGNS Most lumps are easy to feel. They may show up on the chest or along the back. Most lumps on dogs are benign. Often while petting your pet a cyst becomes noticeable.
CAUSES As your pet ages, its immune system becomes less effective and lumps and bumps become more prevalent. Common dog lumps are lipomas (benign fatty tumors) and sebaceous cysts (a skin gland that blocks up).