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Dog pancreatitis can occur when a dog does not eat the proper foods. Learn how to adjust your dog's diet to prevent pancreatitis.
The pancreas is one of the most important organs in your cat's body. So if your feline has been newly diagnosed with pancreatitis, you probably have many questions. Find out here what treatments are available to cats suffering from this dangerous disease.
Cats can get sick all the time with many of the same ailments as pet parents. However, symptoms for cats can be much different than they are for humans. Our cat symptom checker is a great way to figure out what may be wrong with your feline friend.
The Miniature Schnauzer is a very lively and spunky dog, but they can inherit or develop serious health problems. Learn more about this breed's health needs.
You never want your cat to have a low white blood count because it leaves them vulnerable to serious infections. Learn all about how a low white blood cell count can affect your cat's health, and what can be done.
A healthy Miniature Schnauzer should eat a balanced nutritious diet. Learn how to feed your Miniature Schnauzer here.
From genetics, to weight, to preexisting diseases, lots of factors can cause diabetes in your pet. Learn about the causes of diabetes here.
Thanksgiving is a favorite time of year for plenty of people (and pets!) because of all of the great yummy things there are to eat. If you're the type that likes to share food with your pet, here are some safe ways you can share the holiday meal with your cat or dog.
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.
Cushing's Disease has tricky symptoms that are hard for most pet parents to pick up on as their dog gets older. Learn more about what these signs are here.
Your dog vomiting a little after eating too much probably isn't anything new to you. However, every once in a while your dog may vomit mucus for one reason or another. Find out more here on why this sometimes happens.
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