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Urinary stones are a painful inconvenience for your dog or cat that makes it difficult to relieve themselves. Minerals collecting in their bladder form stones and make passing fluids a challenge. Learn what you can do to help ease your pal's pain.
Urinary stones are mineral deposits that form along the urinary track, causing blocking and irritation. If they do not resolve on their own, a treatment plan or even surgery may need to be put into place. Learn more about what these treatment options more here.
Urinary tract infections are caused by bacteria that can be brought on by a number of various health conditions. Learn more here.
There are a lot of health issues that can result in a cat being unable to go. Check here for what might be behind your kitty's blocked bladder.
Small, extra small, and medium breed dogs have different nutritional needs from larger breeds, and are susceptible to some different problems. Find out what your small dog's diet needs.
Cocker Spaniels are eager to please, so you can use their natural disposition to get them potty trained pretty painlessly. Learn how here.
The lowdown on why there is ash in your pet's food and whether or not it's safe.
The fluffy white Bichon Frise is a small and active dog, so a high-quality diet is essential. 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.
Kidney failure is a serious ailment that affects many senior dogs and cats. Make sure you know the signs, so you can help your pet in the event of this unfortunate illness.
Cat cystitis can be troubling for both the cat and their owner. Learn about the symptoms of cystitis in cats and how to prevent and treat it.
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.
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