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Renal dysplasia is a kidney abnormality where one or both kidneys do not fully develop and are relatively small in size. This defect can lead to poor kidney function and even cause them to fail completely. Learn more about renal dysplasia here.
A kidney transplant is an involved and expensive procedure, but one that could potentially save your pet’s life. However, not every pet is a good candidate for a kidney transplant. Read on to learn the determining factors.
Dogs suffering from kidney disease need to have a few lifestyle changes implemented, including a change in diet. Find out here how a prescription diet can help with your dog's kidney condition.
Congestive heart failure is a condition that is mostly seen in older cats, but can affect felines at every life stage. Detecting the signs of congestive heart failure can increase your cat's survival rate. Learn more here on what to look out for.
Heart failure isn't something that just happens overnight. It is possible to try to prevent this serious condition by proactively taking your dog to the vet for routine checkups. Learn more about the most common causes of heart failure in dogs.
Heart failure is a very serious condition that should be diagnosed as quickly as possible. Survival is possible with treatment and early detection. Learn what the most common causes of heart failure in cats are.
Congestive heart failure is a an extremely dangerous diagnosis and if left untreated, it can be fatal. Learn what the risk factors are here.
Urinary tract infections are caused by bacteria that can be brought on by a number of various health conditions. Learn more here.
Fanconi Syndrome is a genetic kidney condition that is progressive, incurable and is seem more so in dogs than in cats. There are various treatments available if diagnosed early on in the disorder. Learn more here.
Several issues can cause cystitis, which an inflammation of the bladder. Find out how to treat this painful and dangerous condition in your dog.
Early detection is key when it comes to treating UTIs in dogs and cats. If caught early, they can be treated easily. Find out your options here.
Just like people, dogs and cats can get hernias. An inguinal hernia is one that occurs near the groin area. Read on to learn about causes, symptoms, and treatments.
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