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Dogs of all ages may be developing Cushing’s disease. Here are five facts you should know about the disease.
There are a number of conditions that can affect the urinary function in dogs. Learn the causes of urinary incontinence to help your dog here.
Is your pet constantly scratching away? They're more than likely suffering from pruritus. Learn the symptoms here and help your pet stay happy and healthy!
Periodontal disease is the number one oral disease affecting dogs and cats. It's easily preventable however. Learn more here to keep your pet smiling.
Periodontal disease is caused by a number of things, from bacterial build-up to tooth loss. Learn more about this oral disease here.
Alopecia, or hair loss in dogs, could have one of dozens of causes. Learn more about the possible sources of your dog's hair loss here.
Alopecia can be caused by a number of preexisting conditions. Learn what you need to know about hair loss in your dog.
An englarged heart in dogs can be potentially fatal if not diagnosed and treated promptly. So it's important to know the causes, symptoms, and possible dangers of an enlarged heart.
If you're tired of shelling out dollars for a groomer to give your dog a bath and a trim, and are considering the DIY route, first get informed about what your specific dog will need.
Don't you just love those dog and cat breeds with the smooshed faces like Pugs and Persians? Although this very distinctive look might be cute, it can be the cause of breathing difficulties. Learn more about how to care for pets with shorter muzzles.
Measuring your dog for clothes and leashes ensures your dog's comfort and safety. Read about how to measure your dog for clothes and leashes.
Cushing's disease symptoms are similar to a dog's natural aging process, which makes it tricky to detect without proper testing. Learn about the disease here.
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