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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.
Anyone who has a cat at home has heard the hacking sound of a hairball being dislodged, but do they warrant our concern? Learn all about the causes and treatments for hairballs.
Pets can get dental disease just like you can, and it's one of the most common issues seen by veterinarians. Find out how to prevent dental disease in your pet.
Hot spots are one of the most painful skin infections out there. Learn the symptoms to help keep your pet happy and comfortable.
Flea control for cats is just as important as it is for dogs. Learn the importance of making sure your feline is protected throughout the year, not just during flea and tick season.
Boston Terriers are outgoing dogs, known for their sunny, cheerful dispositions. They are generally well-behaved, lively, alert, and curious. Learn more about this companion here.
Diarrhea is the tell tale sign that your pet is not feeling their best. Learn about the causes and what they might mean here.
Riding your yard of fleas can be a daunting task, especially if you're not sure where to start. Learn where fleas can be found in your yard and how to get rid of them for good!
Cancer is an all too common diagnosis for cats, and even more so for dogs. Learn about the types, causes, and various treatments for cancer in pets.
West Highland White Terriers are highly intelligent little dogs that tend to think they are the boss. Learn the best way to train your Westie.
The English Springer Spaniel is a very active dog that makes for a great family pet if properly socialized. Learn more about this breed's personality traits here.
The rough and tumble Australian Cattle Dog may not overtly show signs that they aren't feeling well. Learn what their coat may be telling you.
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