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Small gum and tooth problems can lead to much bigger problems for your pet if they are not addressed in a timely matter. Learn the symptoms of these problems here.
Bulldogs have very sensitive stomachs and avoiding certain foods is important. Learn how to properly feed your bulldog here.
The symptoms of kidney disease can include inability to control urine and excessive thirst. Learn more at PetCareRx.
Cat and dog bad breath is caused by bacteria building up in the pet's lungs, mouth, or stomach. Learn more about the causes at PetCareRx.
Incontinence in dogs isn't fun to deal with, and can be quite tough on many pet parents. Knowing about the issue can help you and your dog become more comfortable dealing with urinary incontinence. Learn more 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.
Plenty of cat lovers treat their beloved felines just like a member of the family. And like every other member of the family, there's a cost associated with taking care of these furry friends year after year. Find out which breeds are at the top of the list of most expensive cats, and what makes them so pricey.
A cat's food may have to be changed in order to accommodate what's going on in their lives at any particular time, whether that's aging or to address a health concern. The trick is trying to not upset their tummy during the process. Learn how to transition your cat to a new food here.
Finding the right dog arthritis medicine can be a real undertaking -- discovering the medication that your achy pup responds to can take some trial and error. It may be a bit overwhelming looking at the seemingly endless list of different medications, but it is something that needs to be done for the well being of your dog. This guide can help make the subject more digestible.
As a pet parent of a cat, cat puking is probably all too common. Whether it's hairballs or a little food finding its way to the floor, vomit is usually nothing to get overly concerned about. Learn about the most common causes behind cat puking.
Feline anemia occurs when a pet's red blood cell count is low, and can be caused by numerous illnesses. Learn what these underlying health conditions are here.
Bad tummy problems are never any fun. Add blood in the mix and alarm bells should start going off. Find out here why blood might be in your dog's vomit, and what you should do.
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