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5 Things to Know about Pet Kidney Failure
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5 Things to Know about Pet Kidney Failure

Kidney disease can be a scary thing to deal with as a pet parent. Here are a few things you should know, in order to better take care of your pet. Read

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5 Things to Know about Pet Kidney Failure By Maureen Ryan

Kidney disease can be a scary thing to deal with as a pet parent. Here are a few things you should know, in order to better take care of your pet.

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7 of the Top Dog Cystitis Treatments to Treat UTIs Quickly By Kat Sherbo

Several issues can cause cystitis, which an inflammation of the bladder. Find out how to treat this painful and dangerous condition in your dog.

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A Swollen Bulge Near Your Petโ€™s Groin By Meredith Alling

Just like people, dogs and cats can get hernias. An inguinal hernia is one that occurs near the groin area. Read on to learn about causes, symptoms, and treatments.

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Are You Dealing with Dog Incontinence? By Madeleine Burry

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.

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Canine and Feline CRF: Kidney Failure in Pets By Team PetCareRx

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.

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Canine and Feline Kidney Disease Treatment By Maureen Ryan

Kidney disease is treatable and there are many different options. Learn how to treat kidney disease.

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Cat and Dog UTI Treatment By Meredith Alling

Early detection is key when it comes to treating UTIs in dogs and cats. If caught early, they can be treated easily. Find out your options here.

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Ectopic Ureter: A Rare Canine Congenital Disability By ROIHigh

Ectopic ureter is one of the most common anomalies of dog urinary tract. It occurs more frequently in female dogs than male dogs and can be hereditary or an anomaly from birth. It will need to be treated immediately because it could lead to complications later in life if left untreated.

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Fanconi Syndrome In Dogs And Cats By Ellen Thompson

Fanconi Syndrome is a genetic kidney condition that is progressive, incurable and is seem more so in dogs than in cats. There are various treatments available if diagnosed early on in the disorder. Learn more here.

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Feline and Canine Kidney Disease By Maureen Ryan

Kidneys are one of the most important organs in the body. If your pet has been diagnosed with kidney disease, you may be feeling a bit uneasy. Learn more about this disease here.

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Food to Treat Kidney Disease in Cats and Dogs By Dr. Joe Wakshlag

Cats and dogs with kidney disease need special nutrition. Learn the 4 principles of managing kidney disease through diet.

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High Blood Pressure in Dogs & What it Means for Your Pet By Sam Bourne

High blood pressure in dogs is a dangerous and potentially lethal condition that is difficult to diagnose, but something that needs to be tested for nonetheless. Knowing your dog's blood pressure is important, and while it might not be a routine part of a veterinary checkup, it's worth mentioning to your vet. Here's why.

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How To Treat Urinary Stones In Dogs And Cats By Meredith Alling

Urinary stones are mineral deposits that form along the urinary track, causing blocking and irritation. If they do not resolve on their own, a treatment plan or even surgery may need to be put into place. Learn more about what these treatment options more here.

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Incontinence in Dogs By Maureen Ryan

If youโ€™ve noticed your dog having accidents around the house or urinating while sleeping, you might assume that these signs of incontinence are just part of the aging process. You may not realize that there are things you can do to combat incontinence. Learn more at PetCareRX.

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Renal Dysplasia In Dogs And Cats By Meredith Alling

Renal dysplasia is a kidney abnormality where one or both kidneys do not fully develop and are relatively small in size. This defect can lead to poor kidney function and even cause them to fail completely. Learn more about renal dysplasia here.

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Symptoms of Incontinence in Dogs By Maureen Ryan

If your dog is unable to control their ability to hold their urine until they're outside, they're probably suffering from urinary incontinence. Still, there are slight differences between the symptoms of urinary incontinence and other problems with urination. Learn the facts for your dog here.

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Symptoms of UTI in Dogs and Cats By Meredith Alling

A urinary tract infection can bring excruciating pain along with it. Here are the symptoms your pet may experience.

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Treating Inflammatory Bowel Disease In Dogs By Jesse Feldman

Canine inflammatory bowel disease is when the gastrointestinal tract begins to absorb less nutrients because of too many inflammatory cells are present. This can affect your dogs' health in many different ways. Learn what treatments are available here.

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