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Ear mites are highly contagious, and, if left untreated, they can have some serious side effects. Learn what you need to know about this pest here. Read
Ear mites are highly contagious, and, if left untreated, they can have some serious side effects. Learn what you need to know about this pest here.
Conjunctivitis, better known as pink eye, can be a real pain -- especially when it is affecting your dog or cat. Learn what to expect from dog conjunctivitis treatments and cat conjunctivitis treatments by comparing and contrasting these two popular medicines.
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Glaucoma is an eye disease that can cause blindness in dogs and cats. Learn its symptoms and how to treat it here.
It’s not uncommon for cats to have to occasional “gunky” eye. However, there are situations where you might have to treat your cat’s symptoms or make a quick trip to your veterinarian.It’s not uncommon for cats to have to occasional “gunky” eye. However, there are situations where you might have to treat your cat’s symptoms or make a quick trip to your veterinarian.
Ear infections are very common in dogs and cats no matter the breed or age. Learn more here about the causes that trigger ear infections.
Mites need particular conditions to live and thrive. Learn how pets contract and host ear mites, so you can keep them from feeding off your best friend.
Glaucoma is an eye disease that can result in blindness. Learn more about this disease and which breeds are most likely to suffer from it.
Distichiasis is a condition when an eyelash grows in an odd area of a dog or cat's eyelid causing serious problems such as redness and irritation. Learn more about this abnormality and what possible treatment options are available here.
Ear infections are very common in both dogs and cats, and can be caused by numerous different things. Learn about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of ear infections.
Ear mites are a common (and itchy) condition in cats and dogs. They can cause some serious damage if not treated quickly and properly. Learn more about your pet's risk for ear mites.
Entropion is a rare eye condition in which the eye lid turns inward causes irritation, pain and possible infection of the cat's eye. Here are the causes, symptoms and treatment options available.
Feline herpes is a common cause of respiratory infections in cats, and is a condition for life. It can usually be easily treated, however. Learn how here.
Glaucoma is a serious eye disease that can result in blindness sooner than you may think. Here are five facts you need to know about it.
Glaucoma may be difficult to identify in it's early stages.
Learn how to recognize the symptoms here.
There isn't a cure for glaucoma in pets, but there are some treatment options available to help relieve pain and postpone blindness. Learn more here.
Cats are great at hiding it if they are a bit under the weather. Your cat could have an ear infection, and you may not even know it. Learn more here on how to prevent and treat a cat's ear problems before they turn into serious health concerns.
Eye infections in pets may need to be treated with eye drops, medications, or surgery, depending on the cause of the infection. See what the options are for treating eye infections in pets.
Lens Luxation is when the lens becomes detached from its normal location. This can cause major problems for your pet and even lead to blindness. Learn how to treat this eye disorder here.
Cats can suffer hearing loss for a wide range of reasons. Find out how to protect and support a cat who is born deaf or who loses their hearing.
As cats age, their eyes may change in color, which can be part of the natural aging process for felines. In severe cases only, nuclear sclerosis may become problematic and have a major impact on your cat's vision. Find out more here.
Pannus is an inherited eye condition in which the cornea can become so inflamed that it causes vision problems or even blindness. There is no cure for this progressive condition. However, if diagnosed and treated early, the process can be slowed immensely.
Ear infections pop up in cats a dime a dozen and can be caused by just about anything, such as allergies, fleas or foreign objects. Since ear infections are so common, there are plenty of treatment options available depending on the cause of the infection. Learn what a few of them are here.
Progressive retinal atrophy is an eye condition found in dogs and cats that eventually leads to complete vision loss. Although this may be difficult for your pet to adjust to, your pet can continue to have a long happy life.