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Chewing, itching, and scratching are all apart of being a dog or cat. However, if you catch your pet doing these things in excess, it could be pruritus, and there might be an underlying medical condition that you should treat immediately. Read
Chewing, itching, and scratching are all apart of being a dog or cat. However, if you catch your pet doing these things in excess, it could be pruritus, and there might be an underlying medical condition that you should treat immediately.
Flea bites cause different reactions in different dogs. If your dog is showing a bit more discomfort than usual after a flea bite, they may be suffering from flea allergy dermatitis.
Allergies can be tough on your dog, and even tougher for you to identify. Learn more about the causes, symptoms, and treatment options here.
Alopecia is any underlying condition that causes hair loss in your dog’s coat. Learn more about alopecia, its causes, and how to treat it here.
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.
Flea saliva is the true culprit of flea allergy dermatitis. While all dogs will have a reaction to flea bites, allergic dogs react to flea saliva, too. Learn more to protect your dog here.
The itching, the scratching, the sneezing...is your pooch being irritated by the materials in their own dog bed? It's actually quite common.
Pet allergies can make life uncomfortable for your dog or cat. Check out these five facts about allergies and your pet to keep them healthy.
While food allergies are incredibly frustrating to diagnose at onset, treating them after diagnosis is very manageable. Learn how to ease the strain on your pet here.
Boston Terriers with any type of allergy typically experience atopic dermatitis. Learn more here.
All it takes is one flea bite to cause Flea Allergy Dermatitis, which then leads to dog hot spots. Learn how to prevent FAD and treat hot spots on dogs here.
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.
Treating asthma in pets can be simple. But oftentimes, medical treatments and programs are needed. Learn the common treatments for dog and cat asthma.
Dogs can have food allergies just like people can, with sometimes serious consequences. Learn how to recognize and treat a dog food allergies.
Just like us, dogs can get allergies, and for myriad reasons. It could be something in the food they're eating, seasonal irritants like pollen, or a reaction to fleas. Find out how to treat these allergic reactions.
Is your pet constantly scratching away? They're more than likely suffering from pruritus. Learn the symptoms here and help your pet stay happy and healthy!
Treatment for pruritus can be difficult because you first need to determine what is causing the problem. Learn how to help your pet through this itchy, uncomfortable problem here.
Rottweilers have specific dietary needs based on the diseases to which they are prone. Learn how to feed your Rottweiler right.
Asthma in dogs and cats can lead to serious health problems and may need immediate veterinary attention. Here are the top 5 facts about pet asthma.
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.
How you will treat your dog's alopecia will depend on its underlying cause. Learn about your dog's options here.
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.
Insect parasites or allergies can cause a sensation that leaves pets with an uncontrollable desire to scratch; this is referred to as pruritus. Learn how to help your pet if pruritus strikes here.
Alopecia, or hair loss in dogs, could have one of dozens of causes. Learn more about the possible sources of your dog's hair loss here.