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How can you protect your dog from hearing loss? The first step is to understand the leading causes of deafness in canines.
Training a dog can be quite the task it itself, let alone trying to train one that can't hear. Deaf dogs can be trained just as well as dogs who aren't deaf, but with some differences. Here are some tips on how to get started.
Certain types of hearing loss in dogs are curable. In instances where it’s not, you can take steps to support your pet and keep your deaf dog safe and healthy.
Cats can suffer hearing loss for a wide range of reasons. Find out how to protect and support a cat who is born deaf or who loses their hearing.
Cats with white coats are stunningly beautiful, but unfortunately, they are also far more likely than other cats to be born deaf. Find out why some white cats are deaf.
Early detection of canine dry eye can keep your dog from suffering from serious pain and discomfort. Learn how to recognize dry eye here.
Although it can sometimes be difficult to determine the cause of chronic dry eye in dogs, identifying the cause can help you move forward in treatment.
Left untreated, cat or dog cherry eye can cause more serious problems for your pet. Find out what treatment options are available.
How you treat chronic dry eye depends on the severity of the disease. Learn more, so you can get your best friend on the road to feeling better.
Tears are more important than most people think. Dry eye can cause your dog unnecessary discomfort. Don't let chronic dry eye get your dog down. Protect your dog from this painful, itchy disease by learning more here.
Dry eye can be a dangerous disease if not detected early and treated properly, that can lead to blindness. Here are 5 things you should know about canine dry eye.
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.
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