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Hypoglycemia is when your pet's blood sugar drops and becomes too low. Find out here the causes, symptoms and treatment options available to pets whose glucose levels tend to rise and fall.
While hip dysplasia can be a genetic trait, it doesn't help anything if your dog is overweight. A weight-healthy diet and certain supplements can help keep your dog's hips in fine working order.
If your dog is struggling with stairs or seems shaky and unstable, don’t assume it’s just a touch of arthritis and old age – ask your vet whether it could be a debilitating disease of the spine known as cauda equina syndrome.
Dogs that are diagnosed with a food allergy will need dietary changes to track down the cause of the allergy, and determine new options. The main options your vet will recommend are a novel protein diet or an hypoallergenic diet. So what are these?
While it may be rare, degenerative myelopathy is equally heartbreaking and all-consuming for those pet parents who have to help a beloved dog or cat through the painful stages of this incurable disease.
Muscular dystrophy is a genetic disorder that deteriorates the muscles of dogs and cats because of low amounts of dystrophin. There isn't a cure for the disease, but there are treatments available that can help slow down the progression of the disease. Find out more here.
Cats and Dogs with heart diseases are going to need dietary adjustments in conjunction with their medication. Here is what you need to know about giving your pet the proper food for their condition.
Lupus can be a very tricky disease. Many times it appears to be something else based on it's wide range of symptoms. However, don't let yourself be fooled. Learn everything you need to know, from causes, diagnosis, treatment options, and more here.
A prescription dog food can only be provided through your veterinarian, who will monitor your dog to ensure the food is helping with the condition intended -- whether that be diabetes, kidney trouble, or something else.
When a cat uses the bathroom outside of the litter box, there's often a cause behind this behavior that can be corrected. Whether it's a medical issue like incontinence or a lack of training, read about the solution here.
Urinary stones are a painful inconvenience for your dog or cat that makes it difficult to relieve themselves. Minerals collecting in their bladder form stones and make passing fluids a challenge. Learn what you can do to help ease your pal's pain.
Cats and litter boxes go hand in hand. However, there is such a thing as "going" a little too often. Find out the top reasons why your feline may have to urinate more than usual.
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