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The number of dogs and cats diagnosed with diabetes goes up each year. Learn more about this disease and how to manage it.
Histiocytosis, a skin disease, is the result of the over-proliferation of white blood cells in the bone marrow, and can develop into cancer. To learn more about histiocytosis, look no further.
More and more pet parents are becoming concerned about their cats' weight nowadays. This article will help you learn how to assess and manage your pet's weight.
Diabetes is a disease that affects both dogs and cats. The good thing is, it can be managed and controlled. Learn more about your pet's treatment options here.
Keep your dog’s weight in the right range for their breed with this chart that shows the optimum weight for over 200 different breeds.
Rat Terriers are very high spirited and upbeat dogs, so it's not surprising that many of them end up underweight. Learn how to get your Rat Terrier feeling healthy here.
While it may be rare, degenerative myelopathy is equally heartbreaking and all-consuming for those pet parents who have to help a beloved dog or cat through the painful stages of this incurable disease.
Lupus can be a very tricky disease. Many times it appears to be something else based on it's wide range of symptoms. However, don't let yourself be fooled. Learn everything you need to know, from causes, diagnosis, treatment options, and more here.
Your beloved dog has been diagnosed with diabetes. Now what? Pet parents just faced with the diagnosis may be unaware of the dos and don'ts on how to properly care for a diabetic dog. Here are some important tips to get you on your way.
Overweight pets are susceptible to greater health problems. Learn what you need to know about your pet's weight here.
From the time your bring your puppy or kitten home, to the time they have reached their senior years, veterinary care will always be required. How much and when all depends on which life stage your pet is in as well as any health problems. Learn more here about how to care for your pet as they age.
Aging cats often require a different diet than they did when they where kittens or adults. Learn what to look for in food for your senior cat.
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