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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.
The pancreas is one of the most important organs in your cat's body. So if your feline has been newly diagnosed with pancreatitis, you probably have many questions. Find out here what treatments are available to cats suffering from this dangerous disease.
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.
Female cats have a different appetite than a male cat does. Depending on what life stage your cat is currently at, whether she is spayed, pregnant or nursing, there are important nutritional facts every parent of a female cat should know.
Finding out your dog has been diagnosed with cancer is hard enough to cope with. So when pet parents find out the cost of cancer treatment for their pet, that can make things seem hopeless. Learn more about what different options are available, and ways to make the cost of treatment more manageable.
Understanding hyperthyroidism can help you catch it before your cat becomes seriously ill. Learn the 5 most important things you need to know.
Addison’s disease in dogs is a deficiency of cortisol, a hormone that is produced in the adrenal glands. Learn more about this disease here.
There are few different treatment options available for hyperthyroidism. However, if your veterinarian chooses medication, it is important for you to know how this medication works and how it can help your cat's symptoms. Learn more here.
There are several reasons the adrenal glands stop producing cortisol, thereby causing Addison's disease. Learn more here to help protect your dog from this disease.
Tumors on a cat's thyroid can make a cat's body over-produce hormones, which has a crippling domino effect on the entire body. Learn more about this disease.
Addison’s disease in dogs can lead to death if not diagnosed and properly treated. Ensure your dog a long and healthy life by learning the options.
The Dachshund, a small intelligent dog originally bred to burrow out small animals, is now a much beloved breed. Learn more about the Dachshund's particular health needs here.
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