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Cats, just like people, are susceptible to getting sick. The best defense against pesky health problems is to learn about the most common health issues cats face, so you can do your best to prevent them.
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.
Urinary tract infections are caused by bacteria that can be brought on by a number of various health conditions. Learn more here.
Cystitis is a type of urinary tract infection. There are many ways to prevent UTIs; learn how here.
Cushing's disease is one of those diseases that is extremely difficult to detect because the symptoms can be linked to such a wide number of different ailments. Find out here some specific warning signs to look out for as your dog ages.
Improper urination can be related to many different underlying health concerns or behavioral issues. Learn more here about how to get your dog's incontinence under control.
Urinary Tract Infections are caused by bacteria and can be very painful for your pet. Here are the five facts you need to know.
Notice your pet seems under the weather? It could be something minor, but there are serious health concerns that can strike cats and dogs and that will need medical attention. Find out here what symptoms pet parents should look out for.
Learn about the symptoms of the most common and the most concerning diseases that can affect your senior dog here.
Want to stop your cat from getting hairballs, or at least decrease the frequency of the hairballs? Try one -- or several -- of these techniques.
Since Feline Leukemia results in such a slow deterioration, it may be tough to notice any symptoms for months, or even years. Here is what you need to know in order to keep you eye out for FeLV, or cat leukemia.
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.
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