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The English Springer Spaniel is usually a health dog who can bring a smile to any pet parent's face with their spunky personality. Learn about this breed's particular health needs here.
The Siberian Husky is primarily a healthy dog, but can still fall victim to common canine diseases. Learn more about the Siberian Husky and their health needs here.
Diabetes is diagnosed in dogs and cats more often than you would think. Learn the 5 facts you need to know to protect your pet.
Keeping your dog at a healthy body weight can help determine how long your dog lives. Learn how to keep your dog at their ideal weight here.
While the direct cause of hip dysplasia is not entirely understood, environmental conditions and lifestyle can contribute to the problem. Learn more here.
While hip dysplasia cannot be cured, there are treatments available that can help with the pain and help your pet get around a bit easier. Learn your options here.
Several symptoms can point to an underweight pet. Here's what you'll need to look for to watch your pet's weight.
Asthma in cats and dogs can be caused by a variety of allergens, and every cat and dog can react to different substances. See what the common causes of pet asthma are.
Asthma can cause serious health problems for your pet, and some animals are more susceptible than others. Here's what you need to know about asthma in dogs and cats.
While hip dysplasia can be a genetic trait, it doesn't help anything if your dog is overweight. A weight-healthy diet and certain supplements can help keep your dog's hips in fine working order.
While they may not be as famous for napping days away as cats, dogs also need their beauty rest. Learn about how much sleep a dog needs and why a dog might not be sleeping well.
As your dog ages, they will become susceptible to more health conditions than when they were young vibrant pups. Spondylosis is a spinal condition mostly seen in senior dogs and if not treated properly can cause your dog great discomfort.
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