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Several symptoms can point to an underweight pet. Here's what you'll need to look for to watch your pet's weight.
These Top 5 Facts about underweight pets will help you identify and treat this health issue in your pets.
We spend so much time worrying about our pets (or ourselves) being overweight, we forget that the other end of the spectrum is a major issue as well. If you're not sure if your cat or dog looks malnourished, here are a few things to look out for.
There are several ways to tell if your pet is underweight, and the problem should be addressed right away. See what can cause a dog or cat to be under their ideal weight.
Underweight pets can suffer from health issues as easily as overweight pets can. Treat your underweight pet with these tips.
Revolution for cats and dogs, containing the medication selamectin, not only prevents and treats heartworm, fleas, ear mites, sarcoptic mange, and certain types of ticks, but also controls hookworms and roundworms.
Advantage Multi for Dogs is a topical heartworm medication that is also used to control fleas and treat flea allergy dermatitis in a single monthly dose. Help protect your dog from dangerous parasites.
Poodles are active dogs that require a diet rich in protein in order to keep them going. Learn more about Poodle diets here.
Your Collie's thick coat may actually be hiding the fact that they're underweight. Learn here how to gauge and adjust your Collie's weight to get them happy and healthy.
Advantage Multi for Cats is a topical heartworm preventative that uses imidacloprid and moxidectin to prevent worms, control fleas, and treat flea allergy dermatitis.
Feline immunodeficiency virus is an immune deficiency similar to AIDs that causes serious illness in cats. Learn more about preventing and treating FIV.
The happy result of better and better veterinary care is that we get to spend many extra years with our beloved pets. In their advanced years, some changes may occur in your kitty’s body, their mood, and their mind. Here's what you need to know about your senior cat.
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