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Understanding hyperthyroidism can help you catch it before your cat becomes seriously ill. Learn the 5 most important things you need to know.
A rare disease that most often strikes large breed dogs, German Shepherds, and Corgis, degenerative myelopathy is a sad diagnosis. Find out what this disease is.
Giardia is a species of parasite that can cause an intestinal infection when your pet drinks contaminated water, eats contaminated feces, or otherwise ingests the tiny organism. Read on to learn what symptoms to look out for and what treatments are available.
Are you wondering if your cat would fare better on a home-prepared diet? Not sure where to start? Here is a great recipe you can make at home that might just get your cat running for their next meal.
Read up on the guidelines for helping ensure your cat's healthy recovery from common surgeries and procedures, like spaying or neutering.
Feline leukemia, unlike leukemia in humans, is not a form of cancer, but rather, a viral infection. Learn everything you need to know to keep your cat safe.
A little extra calcium can help boost your dog's bone strength, especially if you usually made your dog's food at home. Follow this recipe.
Dogs can suffer from sleep disorders, too, and lack of sleep can lead to recurring health problems. Learn what kinds of sleep disorders can affect dogs.
Finding a bump or lump on your pet can be scary. However if you take your pet to the vet and find that it’s a lipoma, you should feel relieved. Find out why here.
Feline calicivirus (FCV) is a virus that causes most upper respiratory infections found in cats. Luckily there is a way to prevent your cat from contracting this virus and passing it along to other felines. Find out more here.
When it comes to treating feline leukemia, some veterinarians have opposing opinions. Here's what you need to know about common treatments, and discussing all available options for you and your cat with your vet.
Dogs usually do not discriminate when it comes to "eating" things. However, for some reason when it comes time to take medicine, they outright refuse. Here are a few ideas to help medication time go a little smoother.
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