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Ear mites are a common (and itchy) condition in cats and dogs. They can cause some serious damage if not treated quickly and properly. Learn more about your pet's risk of ear mites here.
Don't miss the important early signs and symptoms of hypothyroidism. Learn about them here.
Knowing what to watch for is the first step in helping your pet get over an eye infection. Read about the symptoms of eye infections, and what they mean.
Grooming your pet doesn't have to be something to dread. If you are properly equipped, it can become a great bonding experience, and you will both be grateful for the result.
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.
There are many effective options for treating ear mites, but it's imperative that you and your furry buddy see a vet if you suspect ear mites to be the problem. Learn more here.
If you're looking for a spunky, upbeat dog that doubles as a great companion, the Chihuahua is the ideal dog for you. Learn more about this breed and their specific health concerns.
Cocker Spaniels can be either the English or the American version of this breed. Both dogs are great hunting dogs and share many of the same characteristics, including health problems. Learn about how to take care of this special breed 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.
Meningitis is a dangerous neurological disease that can affect many dog breeds. If not detected early and treated, severe neurological issues can follow. Find out more about this disease and what symptoms to look out for.
Hematomas are blood vessels that have burst and can happen just about anywhere on a dog or cat, although under the skin is the most common. Treating hematomas early is essential in order to avoid major complications.
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