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Supplements and Vitamins for Dogs and Cats

Are supplements and vitamins for dogs and cats necessary for feline and canine health? Find out what they do and if your pet could benefit. Read

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Supplements and Vitamins for Dogs and Cats By Team PetCareRx

Are supplements and vitamins for dogs and cats necessary for feline and canine health? Find out what they do and if your pet could benefit.

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Symptoms of Cancer in Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

The symptoms of cancer in pets can include visible bumps, weight loss, lethargy, and more. Read on to learn more about the symptoms of cancer in cats and dogs.

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Symptoms of Hookworms in Your Cat or Dog By Rebecca Kelley

Hookworms are an intestinal parasite with a wide range of symptoms, ranging from severe to subtle. Protect your pet and learn more here.

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Tail Gland Hyperplasia (Stud Tail) in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats that haven't been neutered frequently suffer from a skin ailment known as stud tail. In this article, we explain the condition better.

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Taurine Deficiency in Cats: How It's Diagnosed and Treated By Roy Higgs

An important amino acid called taurine is crucial to the health and well-being of cats. We discuss the deficiency of this amino acid in this article.

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Testicular Swelling in Cats: Causes and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cats may experience discomfort due to the very frequent ailment of testicular edema. In this article, we delve into this condition further.

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Tetanus in Cats: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention By Roy Higgs

Cats' neurological systems can become fatally compromised by the disease - tetanus. This article breaks down the symptoms, management process, and prevention tips for pet owners.

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The 2013 Pet Healthonomics Report: Survey Results By Team PetCareRx

PetCareRx began the Pet Healthonomics study to discover how much the rising costs of pet healthcare are affecting US pet parents. Our results show just how impactful these rising costs are and how pet parents are finding affordable pet care.

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The Annual Vet Visit Cost: What to Expect By Meredith Alling

Annual vet visits are important in maintaining your pet's health for years to come. Learn here what an annual check-up may cost so you can budget before your next visit.

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The Facts About Dog Insurance By Maureen Ryan

Dog insurance can be a great way to help you afford costly treatments for your pet, but knowing how it works and measuring the pros and cons will help you find the best plan for you and your Dog.

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The Heartworm Life Cycle - An Infographic By Sam Bourne

Heartworms are a problem for cats and dogs all across America, but many pet parents are unaware of how heartworm is contracted. To better understand this condition, it helps to have a functional knowledge of the heartworm life cycle, and this infographic does just that.

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The Symptoms of Feline Distemper & What You Can Do About It By Meredith Alling

Not many pet parents are aware of the dangers of feline distemper. Learn what to look out for and more importantly, how you can prevent the disease and protect your cat.

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The Top 5 Misconceptions of Owning a Cat By Lauren Leonardi

Cats have had an enormous impact on humanity for thousands of years. In that time many myths or misconceptions have cropped up, and we are here to officially dispel them. Here are a few myths about cats that deserve to be busted.

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The Truth About Toxoplasmosis in Cats By Madeleine Burry

Toxoplasmosis is a parasitic illness that can be caught from a cat carrying the parasite. Learn how to better protect yourself and prevent your cat from catching and spreading it.

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Thrombocytopenia in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

A cat with thrombocytopenia has a platelet count that is below normal, which affects blood coagulation and may result in serious bleeding. Here, we explore this blood disorder further.

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Thrombocytopenia in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

A cat with thrombocytopenia has a platelet count that is below normal, which affects blood coagulation and may result in serious bleeding. Here, we explore this blood disorder further.

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Thyroid Cancer in Cats: A Quick Guide By Roy Higgs

While thyroid cancer in cats is rare, it can result in life-threatening complications. Learn more about its causes, symptoms, and treatment in this article.

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Tips to Protect Your Cat from Feline Herpes Virus By Roy Higgs

Learn more about symptoms, causes, and treatment options for Feline Herpes Virus.

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Tooth Fracture in Cats: Prevention and Management By Roy Higgs

How to Treat, Manage and Prevent Tooth Fractures in Your Cat

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Top Mosquito Diseases By Madeleine Burry

To us, mosquitoes are annoying insects that cause us to itch. To our dogs, they can be life threatening through various diseases. It is important to learn what these diseases are, and how to keep your dog safe.

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Toxoplasmosis In Cats By Roy Higgs

Toxoplasmosis is a condition caused by a parasite called Toxoplasma Gondii, which is spread to humans and other animals through contact with the feces of cats or other infected animals.

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Treating a Low White Blood Cell Count in Cats By Ellen Thompson

You never want your cat to have a low white blood count because it leaves them vulnerable to serious infections. Learn all about how a low white blood cell count can affect your cat's health, and what can be done.

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Treating Feline Hypertension By Roy Higgs

When blood pressure gets too high, it's called hypertension. It can be a sign of something serious and needs to be treated by a vet right away.

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Treating Hematomas in Dogs and Cats By Sora Wondra

Hematomas are blood vessels that have burst and can happen just about anywhere on a dog or cat, although under the skin is the most common. Treating hematomas early is essential in order to avoid major complications.

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