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Mitral valve disease is one of the top causes of congestive heart failure in pets. It is more commonly found in dogs, however cats are still susceptible. Although there is no cure for this disease, there are treatment options available. Find out what they are here.
Canine inflammatory bowel disease is when the gastrointestinal tract begins to absorb less nutrients because of too many inflammatory cells are present. This can affect your dogs' health in many different ways. Learn what treatments are available here.
Von Willebrand's Disease is a genetic disorder found in certain breeds and is usually passed down from mother to pup. Although there are no known cures for this disease, there are precautions that you and your vet can take.
Legg-Perthes disease is a degenerative hip joint disease where through the loss of blood supply, the head of the femur completely disintegrates. This can cause a lot of pain to your pet and possibly lead to other chronic bone and joint disorders such as arthritis. Learn more here and the different treatment options available.
Are you shocked to find out that cats are susceptible to contracting heartworm disease just like dogs? Learn more here.
Rabies is a scary topic that most pet parents probably don't even want to think about. Nonetheless, it is important to know the seriousness of this disease, and how you can prevent your pet from falling victim. Learn more here.
The most commonly diagnosed medical problem with pets is gum disease, formally known as periodontal disease. Not surprisingly, diet is one of the primary causes, but it can also become a solution. Learn more at PetCareRx.com.
There are options to help treat your pets' periodontal disease before it leads to life threatening health problems. Learn what these options are here.
By learning the signs and symptoms of periodontal disease, you're helping to protect your pet from more serious oral problems later on. Find out what those symptoms are.
Periodontal disease is the number one oral disease affecting dogs and cats. It's easily preventable however. Learn more here to keep your pet smiling.
Kidneys are one of the most important organs in the body. If your pet has been diagnosed with kidney disease, you may be feeling a bit uneasy. Learn more about this disease here.
Cushing's disease symptoms are similar to a dog's natural aging process, which makes it tricky to detect without proper testing. Learn about the disease here.
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