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Usually the best treatment method for an upper respiratory infection is to allow the infection to run it's course and to help alleviate the discomfort of your pet's symptoms with these tricks.
An upper respiratory infection for pets is the equivalent to the common cold for humans. It is highly contagious and can be contracted from frequent visits to a kennel, among other causes. Here's what you need to know.
Upper respiratory infections are easily spread and affects both cats and dogs alike. Read on for symptoms and common treatments.
Upper respiratory infections are highly contagious bacterial or viral organisms that spread very easily amongst cats and dogs. Most animals contract URI while in a crowded location such as a kennel, the groomer's, or a shelter.
Upper respiratory illnesses are quite common amongst cats and dogs and manifests itself in much the same way as the common cold does in people. If your pal is sniffling and sneezing, get them checked out for a URI.
Although kennel cough is highly contagious and is easily spread from dog to dog, it's usually not serious. Find out how to spot the symptoms and get your dog back to feeling better.
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.
Symptoms of asthma in cats and dogs are just what most pet parents would expect; others are perhaps less well-known. Be sure to watch your pet for these symptoms of asthma.
It's becoming more and more common for people to adopt cats from a local shelter. That's great news! Here's what you need to know about some common health problems that may need to be treated in shelter cats.
Whipworm infections begin when a whipworm egg is ingested by your dog or cat. Learn how the whipworm lifecycle works, and how these parasites infect pets.
Staph infections are caused by a Staphylococcus (or “staph”) bacteria. This bacteria is commonly found on the skin of people and animals, but does not cause any problems until the skin is irritated or the immune system is compromised.
There are many causes of kidney disease in cats and dogs, including bacterial infections. Learn more here.
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