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The Golden Retriever, loved by families and hunters alike, can sometimes face serious genetic health disorders. Learn more here.
The Siberian Husky is primarily a healthy dog, but can still fall victim to common canine diseases. Learn more about the Siberian Husky and their health needs here.
Cocker Spaniels require regular eye maintenance in order to prevent stains. Learn how to maintain your Cocker Spaniel's eyes here.
The number of dogs and cats diagnosed with diabetes goes up each year. Learn more about this disease and how to manage it.
Eye infections in pets can develop into serious issues if left untreated. Here are the 5 things you need to know about eye infections in cats and dogs.
Several breeds of dogs and some cats are at risk for "cherry eye," an eye disorder. If you see the signs, talk to your vet as soon as possible.
Cats are often homebodies at heart. So venturing out into the world, especially to the vet, can be quite a daunting task for both you and your cat. Find out here what to expect at your next visit to the vet so you're able to comfort your nervous feline.
Glaucoma may be difficult to identify in it's early stages.
Learn how to recognize the symptoms here.
Diabetes is a disease that affects both dogs and cats. The good thing is, it can be managed and controlled. Learn more about your pet's treatment options here.
Is your dog sniffling, coughing, itching, or getting sick on the rug? There are dozens and dozens of symptoms that could mean your dog is getting ill. This list of symptoms tells you exactly which illnesses they may be linked to.
Purebred dogs are very popular here in the U.S. and it's important to know what health issues are common for each particular breed in order to keep your dog healthy and happy.
Progressive retinal atrophy is an eye condition found in dogs and cats that eventually leads to complete vision loss. Although this may be difficult for your pet to adjust to, your pet can continue to have a long happy life.
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