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Flea Allergy Dermatitis, or FAD, can come from one single flea bite which can lead to your pet having hot spots. Learn how to prevent FAD and treat hot spots here.
The German Shepherd has a great disposition, making them ideal family pets. Learn about health concerns this breed is prone to here.
Insect parasites or allergies can cause a sensation that leaves pets with an uncontrollable desire to scratch; this is referred to as pruritus. Learn how to help your pet if pruritus strikes here.
Fleas and ticks threaten the health of both you and your pet. To understand the risks and how to battle them, read more here.
Hookworms are an intestinal parasite with a wide range of symptoms, ranging from severe to subtle. Protect your pet and learn more here.
Dogs come in all shapes and sizes, and different dog breeds can be affected by different health concerns. This list of dog breeds outlines the predisposed genetic conditions common in each breed. See what your dog might have in store, and how to prepare.
An overview of how to use our products for your dog or cat's best skin and coat care.
Just because they're covered head to paw in fur doesn’t mean that cats don’t suffer from the occasional skin condition. Whether it's caused by weather, stress, fleas, or something else, many of the symptoms of cat skin problems are universal.
Steroids, injections, and medications may not be the right treatment options for a sensitive dog. Instead, try these simple home remedies for canine allergies.
Have you noticed your cat scratching just a bit more often these days? If your cat is starting to lose their hair, there maybe an underlying health reason such as allergies or thyroid diseases. Find out here the most common reasons your cat might be losing hair, and how to treat and prevent more hair loss.
Just like us, dogs can get allergies, and for myriad reasons. It could be something in the food they're eating, seasonal irritants like pollen, or a reaction to fleas. Find out how to treat these allergic reactions.
Cats and dogs can experience allergies in response to environmental factors, fleas, and food. Here are the symptoms for each.
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