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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.
Cats that regularly vomit, have bouts of diarrhea, or have no interest in eating could be suffering from IBD, a serious intestinal condition that requires immediate and ongoing care.
Irritable bowel syndrome in cats is usually due to stress. Cats can become stressed from moving from one home to another or even from changing the food they are used to. The important thing is recognizing the signs of irritable bowel syndrome and doing the things necessary to help your cat feel less stressed.
Bowel obstruction is when there is a blockage in the gastrointestinal tract preventing food from moving through normally. If you think your cat might have eaten something that could have caused a bowel obstruction, it is important to them your cat to the vet immediately. Learn what signs to look out for here.
If you dog has the bad habit of chewing on practically anything he can get his paws on, there is a good chance that one of these days he may be plagued with bowel obstruction. This occurs when there is a partial or full blockage of foods and liquids to move through the gastrointestinal tract. Learn what the signs and symptoms are here.
Bowel obstruction is a complete or partial blockage of the GI tract preventing food and blood to flow to the bowels. This is more than likely caused by your dog eating some type of foreign object. A bowel obstruction is very pain and can be quite dangerous. It is important to contact your vet immediately for treatment options.
There are many foods that pet parents enjoy that dogs and cats should steer clear of, and an important one is chocolate. Learn more here about why this sweet indulgence is so harmful to our furry friends and could even be fatal.
There are three types of Cushing’s disease; pituitary dependent, adrenal dependent, and iatrogenic Cushing’s. Learn their causes 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.
The symptoms of Addison's disease have many similarities to other diseases found in pets, which can cause misdiagnosis. Learn what to watch out for.
Learn about preventing and treating heart disease in your cat or dog here.
Heart disease in dogs and cats can develop for multiple reasons, and show in different symptoms. Here's what you should know about heart disease in pets.
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