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3 Drugs You're Spending Too Much on at the Vet

The cost of caring for a pet seems to be going up every year, especially when it comes to prescription medications. The prescriptions that you're getting from the vet probably cost you a lot of money. Find out where you can buy pet meds for less here. Read

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3 Drugs You're Spending Too Much on at the Vet By Ellen Thompson

The cost of caring for a pet seems to be going up every year, especially when it comes to prescription medications. The prescriptions that you're getting from the vet probably cost you a lot of money. Find out where you can buy pet meds for less here.

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3 Reasons Your Pet Needs Prozyme - The Cat and Dog Digestion Aid By Sam Bourne

For pets suffering from digestive problems, prozyme is a great way to help them overcome their troubles. Containing all-natural, human-grade enzymes, this supplement is extremely useful in helping pets get the most out of their food. Here are some reasons why most pets could benefit from some prozyme in their diet.

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5 Common Cat Medications By Lauren Leonardi

Cats get sick too, and when they do, they need medicine like the rest of us. Here is a list of the five most commonly prescribed medications for cats.

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5 Common Cat Problems and Health Issues By Mary Kearl

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.

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5 Important Things to Know About Pet Insurance By Maureen Ryan

Pet insurance is about getting the best care possible for your pet. Here are five facts about pet insurance that can help you make the right decision regarding coverage for your cat or dog.

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5 Reasons to Use Fish Oil for Cats and Dogs By Sam Bourne

"Omega-3 fatty acids" is a term we hear all over the place, primarily because these nutrients have such a wide array of health benefits. As it happens, fish oil is good for dogs and cats, too.

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5 Reasons Why There's Blood in Your Cat's Poop By Roy Higgs

It can be unsettling as a cat owner to discover blood in your cat's feces. In this article, we look at how to treat and get around this phenomenon.

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5 Simple Pet Supplements to Consider By Lauren Leonardi

Many of us rely on supplements and vitamins to enhance and preserve our health and well being. The same can be true for dogs and cats. Adding certain supplements can help our pets stave off future diseases, assist with current ailments or conditions, and promote general health.

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5 Types of Cat Viruses By Ellen Thompson

There are many viruses that can plague your cat's health. However, there are some that have become the most common. It is important to learn what these viruses are and how they can be prevented, diagnosed, and treated if necessary.

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5 Ways to Prevent Cat Cancer By Lauren Leonardi

Cancer is a scary disease that can affect any part of the body. Although cancer is not 100% preventable, there are some steps pet parents can take to try to reduce their cat's risk. Learn what it takes to prevent cat cancer here.

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7 Pet Symptoms That Require Vet Attention By Meredith Alling

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.

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7 Things Your Vet Wonโ€™t Tell You By Katie Morton

Veterinarians are the people we turn to help us take care of our beloved pets. However, sometimes they keep information to themselves for various different reasons. You might be surprised by what made the list. Find out more here.

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9 Diseases in Cats By Kat Sherbo

Cats can be difficult to read, and sometimes even hide signs of distress because of their instincts. Find out what some common cat diseases are, how to spot them, and which diseases are more concerning than others.

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Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats that experience Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) are dealing with a dangerous and sometimes fatal illness that affects their respiratory system. Find out more here.

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Addison's Disease in Cats: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Addison's disease, commonly known as hypoadrenocorticism in cats, is an uncommon but deadly hormonal illness. Learn more about it in this article.

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Albinism in Cats: How It Can Affect Your Feline Friend By Roy Higgs

Albinism is a hereditary disorder that causes animals, including cats, to have a lack of pigmentation in their skin, hair, and eyes. Letโ€™s look at how to take care of your albino cat.

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All About Cat Examinations - What to Expect at a Vet Visit By Jesse Feldman

Cats are often homebodies at heart. So venturing out into the world, especially to the vet, can be quite a daunting task for both you and your cat. Find out here what to expect at your next visit to the vet so you're able to comfort your nervous feline.

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All About Liver Disease in Dogs and Cats By Meredith Alling

Liver disease can be caused by many different disorders that can damage the liver in some way. Since there are so many contributing factors to liver disease, doctors can have a difficult time diagnosing and treating the condition.

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All About Narcolepsy in Dogs and Cats By Meredith Alling

Pets are famous for their love of sleep. With narcolepsy, however, a pet may conk out suddenly and/or exhibit excessive daytime sleepiness. Narcolepsy is a relatively rare condition in pets, but it does occur. Read on to learn what you need to know.

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All About Spaying and Neutering Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

You may have heard that it is important to spay or neuter your pets, but why? Find out the medical and behavioral benefits that come with spaying/neutering.

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Anal Sac Disease in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cats may experience discomfort and even suffer from such conditions as anal sac illness. Learn about this condition more in this article.

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Anorexia in Cats: Is It a Real Thing? By Roy Higgs

Cats are prone to anorexia, often known as loss of appetite, which is a dangerous illness. Numerous factors, such as illnesses, stress, and environmental alterations, might contribute to it. Here, we discuss more causes and how to treat the condition.

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Antiseptic Solutions in Feline First Aid: Essential Tools for Cat Owners By Roy Higgs

This guide equips you with the knowledge to keep your cat healthy and protected from minor scratches to post-operative care. Discover safe and effective antiseptics, learn proper techniques for their use, and build a comprehensive first-aid kit for your furry companion.

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Aortic and Carotid Artery Neuroendocrine Tumors in Cats By Roy Higgs

Neuroendocrine tumors (NETs) are among the rarest forms of tumor that cats can get. Here, we will talk more about this condition.

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Are Poinsettias Poisonous to Cats? By Sora Wondra

Poinsettias are a staple of the Christmas season. However, this plant can make your cat sick, and it's better to be safe than sorry. Learn more here.

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Are Sphynx Cats More Prone to Respiratory Problems? By Roy Higgs

There are worries that Sphynx cats are more susceptible to respiratory issues due to their hairless nature. We discuss this more extensively here.

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

Cats are susceptible to the condition known as ascites, which is defined by an accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity. Learn more about this condition in this article.

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Aspirin Poisoning in Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Cats are very sensitive to aspirin, so there is a need to be extremely careful with what we give them. We will have a closer look at aspirin poisoning in this article.

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Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats are susceptible to anemia (AIHA), which is characterized by the immune system's destruction of its own red blood cells. We discuss this disease further in this article.

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Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia in Dogs By Roy Higgs

Dogs of all ages and breeds are susceptible to the dangerous immune system disorder known as autoimmune hemolytic anemia (AIHA). In this article, we will discuss this condition further.

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Bacterial Kidney Infection (Pyelonephritis) in Cats By Roy Higgs

Pyelonephritis, or bacterial kidney infection, is a dangerous illness that can affect cats of all ages and breeds. Here, we discuss its treatment and how to prevent your cats from this kidney infection.

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Bacterial Uterine Infection (Metritis) in Cats By Roy Higgs

Metritis in cats is a disorder whereby a female's uterus becomes infected with dangerous bacteria. We discuss this disease further in this article.

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Baylisascariasis (Raccoon Disease) in Cats By Roy Higgs

Raccoon disease in cats is a parasitic disease that can cause great harm to the health of our feline friends. Here, we discuss how to treat, manage, and prevent this disease in the first place.

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Be Prepared for Emergency Pet Care: Steps to Take Now By Sora Wondra

It's hard to stay calm and think clearly in the middle of an emergency. So in order for things to go smoothly, it's always best to be prepared. Here are some steps you can take now to ensure you will be ready in the event your pet is seriously hurt.

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Bile Duct Obstruction In Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Bile duct obstruction occurs in cats when the bile ducts get blocked, preventing bile from flowing normally and causing harmful chemicals to accumulate in the body. We break down the signs and treatment options for this condition.

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

A fungus called blastomycosis may infect both people and animals, including cats. Learn about this disease further in this article.

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

Cats are susceptible to the rare but possibly fatal disease known as botulism. Botulism, which is brought on by the Clostridium botulism bacteria, can cause paralysis, muscle weakness, and even death in felines. Learn more about this condition here.

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Brain Tumors in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cat brain tumors, commonly referred to as feline brain tumors, are a dangerous and possibly fatal illness. Learn more about this in this article.

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Breathing Problems in Cats: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cats' breathing issues can be a significant and sometimes fatal problem. Learn more about these breathing issues in this article.

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Bronchitis in Cats: A Quick Guide By Roy Higgs

Cats of all ages can have bronchitis, a common respiratory disease. We discuss more in this article.

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Burns and Scalds in Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

When cats are exposed to heat, chemicals, electricity, or radiation, they frequently suffer from painful burns and scalds. Learn more about how to treat burns in cats.

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Calming Supplements for Cats: Do They Really Work? By Roy Higgs

Several things can make our cats stressed or anxious. As a result, calming supplements are required to nullify and take care of the catโ€™s anxiety. In this article, we look at the benefits of these supplements.

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Can a Cat Survive Chylothorax? By Roy Higgs

Feline thoraxes can develop chylothorax, a dangerous medical ailment. It is characterized by the buildup of lymphatic fluid in the pleural cavity, which can cause breathing problems and other life-threatening issues. Learn more about it here.

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Can a Cat Survive With Pleural Effusion? By Roy Higgs

A common ailment in cats is pleural effusion, sometimes referred to as fluid in the chest. Learn more about it here.

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Can Cats Get Rabies? By Roy Higgs

Rabies is a virus that is generally not associated with cats as it is very rarely seen in the small animal. But it can be fatal if not diagnosed and treated at the right time.

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Can Cats Have OCD? By Roy Higgs

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a behavioral condition that affects both people and animals, including cats. Learn more about this here.

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Can Your Cat Get Dandruff? By Roy Higgs

Dandruff in cats is common, and it is distinguished by the appearance of tiny, white flakes of dead skin on the fur.

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Can Your Cat Get Migraines? By Roy Higgs

Cats frequently experience migraines, which can be quite painful and uncomfortable. We will look at the causes, indications, and possible treatments for migraines in cats in this article.

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Can Your Dog Have Panic Attacks? By Roy Higgs

As much as dogs are friendly and loyal, they may nonetheless feel a variety of emotions, such as fear and worry. We discuss how to manage their panic attacks in this article.

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Cancer in Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

Cancer is an all too common diagnosis for cats, and even more so for dogs. Learn about the types, causes, and various treatments for cancer in pets.

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Cancer in Pets - Histiocytosis By Madeleine Burry

Histiocytosis, a skin disease, is the result of the over-proliferation of white blood cells in the bone marrow, and can develop into cancer. To learn more about histiocytosis, look no further.

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Caring for Your Cat After Surgery By Mary Kearl

Read up on the guidelines for helping ensure your cat's healthy recovery from common surgeries and procedures, like spaying or neutering.

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Cat and Dog Liver Shunt Treatment and Prevention By Gina Carey

A liver shunt affects both dogs and cats who have been diagnosed with liver disease. The good news about liver shunts is the fact that not only are they treatable if caught early, but they can also be prevented.

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Cat and Dog Weight Loss: The Right Nutrition By Mary Kearl

Dogs and Cats that are overweight and obese are faced with many health risks such as high blood pressure and orthopedic issues. It is important to provide your pet with proper nutrition. Getting your dog or cat on a diet and exercise plan is the first step in the right direction.

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Cat Not Eating? Discussing Appetite Loss in Cats By Meredith Alling

Cats enjoy a good meal like everyone else. If your cat has stopped eating, this can be a sign that something is wrong with your usually frisky feline. Here we discuss some of the main reasons why a cat might not be interested in their food.

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Cat Vaccinations: What to Expect By Jesse Feldman

What, why, and when are the three questions pet parents ask when it comes to vaccinating their kitty. Take a look at this guide on what to expect when it comes to your cat's vaccinations.

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Cat Worms and Parasites to Look Out For By Lauren Leonardi

Heartworms, hookworms, tapeworms, Oh My! These nasty parasites cause terrible damage to pets when allowed to take hold. Find out what these worms are and how to avoid them.

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Causes and Treatments for Cat and Dog Breast Cancer By Maureen Ryan

Learn the risk factors, symptoms, and treatment options for pet breast cancer here.

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Causes of Hookworms in Dogs and Cats By Rebecca Kelley

Hookworms can infect your pet through ingestion and by traveling through their skin. Learn more about the causes of this parasitic infection here.

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Cesarean Section in Cats: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

A C-section is a medical operation in which kittens are extracted from a pregnant cat's uterus through an abdominal wall incision. In this article, we explore this option for feline delivery further.

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Chemotherapy for Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

One of the most typical treatments for feline cancer is chemotherapy. In this article, we discuss this therapy option better.

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Chlamydia In Felines By Mary Kearl

Chlamydia is a respiratory disease conspired from bacteria that is usually spread from contact with other cats. This condition is most commonly seen in young kittens and usually starts off with conjunctivitis. Luckily, there are treatment options available. Find out more about chlamydia In cats here.

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

Cholecystitis, or gallbladder inflammation, is a common illness in cats. Learn more in this article.

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Chondrosarcoma (Throat Cancer) in Cats By Roy Higgs

Feline Chondrosarcoma is a kind of cancer that primarily affects the throat of cats and is caused by cartilage cells. We delve deeper into this condition here.

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Chronic Diarrhea in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cats can suffer from chronic diarrhea frequently. In this article, we look at ways to treat and avoid this occurrence.

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

Chylothorax is a disorder in which lymphatic fluid collects in the pleural cavity, the space between the cat's lungs and chest wall. We discuss how to recover from and prevent Feline Chylothorax.

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Colonic or Rectal Inflammation in Cats: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Cats can suffer from several digestive issues, and one of these is rectal inflammation. In this article, we will discuss this condition further.

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Common Disorders That Affect a Cat's Prostate By Roy Higgs

The prostate is a tiny gland found at the neck of the male cat's urine bladder. It is a major organ in the feline that can negatively affect its quality of life if it suffers from a disorder. This article will take a look into the causes, treatment, and prevention of common prostate disorders in cats.

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Common Fungal Infections in Cats and How Antifungal Medications Help By Roy Higgs

While seemingly harmless, common fungal infections like ringworm and cryptococcosis can cause your feline friend discomfort and even impact their health. This article explores the signs and symptoms of these infections. It offers insights into how antifungal medications work to combat the fungal culprits and bring relief to your precious kitty.

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Common Labor Complications in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats frequently experience labor problems, ranging from mild inconveniences to potentially fatal situations. This article will help you understand the causes and how to manage labor inconveniences in your cat.

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Common Types of Cat and Dog Skin Cancer By Maureen Ryan

Pets are at risk for a variety of skin cancers that must be caught and treated early.

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Comparison Shopping for Vets and Vet Prices By Ellen Thompson

A trip to the vet sometimes costs a pretty penny. Emergency situations and chronic health concerns can rack up the bill quickly. Shopping around for a vet you trust whose prices you can handle is an investment for years to come.

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Complications of Acute Pancreatitis in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats are susceptible to developing acute pancreatitis, which is a dangerous and potentially fatal illness. Learn more about it in this article.

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Copper Storage Hepatopathy in Cats By Roy Higgs

Copper storage Hepatopathy is a liver disease found in cats. It is caused by excessive copper amounts in the liver cells. This article talks about how to identify and overcome this liver disease in cats.

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Cowpox Virus In Cats By Roy Higgs

Cowpox is a viral disease that primarily occurs in cattle and other farm animals. The virus is also found in wild rodents, such as voles and squirrels.

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Cryptococcosis: The Most Common Systemic Fungal Disease In Cats By Roy Higgs

There is not much known about the source of the fungal disease CNF, but a lot can be deduced through common sense. The crux of the matter is to keep up your catโ€™s general well-being.

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

Cryptorchidism is a condition in which one or both testicles fail to remain in the scrotal sac. Find more details in this article.

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Cushing's Disease in Cats: An Overview By Roy Higgs

Cats with Cushing's Disease, also known as hyperadrenocorticism, have excessive cortisol production in their body. We discuss more of this here.

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Degenerative Myelopathy in Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

A rare disease that most often strikes large breed dogs, German Shepherds, and Corgis, degenerative myelopathy is a sad diagnosis. Find out what this disease is.

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Dehydration In Dogs And Cats By Meredith Alling

Water makes up 80% of your petโ€™s body, and it is necessary for all biological processes. As such, a lack of water in the body -- or dehydration -- can result in some serious health consequences. Find out what you need to know about dehydration in dogs and cats.

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Diaphragmatic Hernia in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

In cats with a feline diaphragmatic hernia, the diaphragm develops a hole or rip that allows the abdominal organs to shift into the chest cavity. This article will help cat owners to be better equipped to spot the symptoms of feline diaphragmatic hernia and seek proper care for their cats.

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Do Cheap Pet Meds Do the Trick? Generic vs. Brand Names By Lauren Leonardi

Prescription medications for pets are similar to medications for humans in that there are both generic and brand name options for many drugs. Find out here if going the cheaper route will give you the same benefits without breaking the bank.

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Do Pet Prescriptions Have Side Effects? By Sam Bourne

We are often quite conscious of the various side effects of the medications we take, but have you ever considered the side effects of your pet prescriptions? If your cat or dog is taking anything, it is a good idea to know about any secondary effects. Here are some of the most commonly taken pet prescription medications, and a list of their side effects.

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Do You Have an Obese Cat? By Team PetCareRx

Is your cat overweight because you're not following the guidelines for proper cat nutrition and care? Read how to prevent and treat feline obesity.

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Does Your Senior Cat Need to Lose Weight? By Mary Kearl

Carrying extra pounds could put your senior cat at risk of certain diseases. So what food and nutrition strategies can be implemented to help aging felines slim down and get healthy?

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Electrolyte Imbalance in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cats require electrolyte balance for several things like nerve and muscle function, acid-base balance, and blood pressure regulation amongst others. This article explores the signs of electrolyte imbalance and how to overcome it.

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Elongated Soft Palate in Dogs and Cats By Meredith Alling

Don't you just love those dog and cat breeds with the smooshed faces like Pugs and Persians? Although this very distinctive look might be cute, it can be the cause of breathing difficulties. Learn more about how to care for pets with shorter muzzles.

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Encephalitis and Meningitis in Cats By Roy Higgs

Meningitis affects the protective membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord, whereas encephalitis affects the brain. Learn more in this article.

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Everything You Need to Know About Coccidia in Cats By Lauren Leonardi

Coccidia is a parasite that's hard to kill and can be quite harmful and even fatal to your precious feline. Learn all you can about these parasites, to keep your cat safe and healthy.

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False Pregnancy in Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Female cats that haven't been spayed may experience false pregnancy, also known as pseudopregnancy. We delve into this condition further in this article.

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Feline Acromegaly: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

A rare and frequently disregarded hormonal condition that affects cats is called feline acromegaly. In this article, we discuss this hormone disorder further.

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Feline Audiogenic Reflex Seizures By Roy Higgs

A uncommon yet deadly neurological condition known as Feline Audiogenic Reflex Seizures (FARS) affects cats. In this article, we break down all you need to know about this condition.

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Feline Blood Transfusion: When Is It Needed? By Roy Higgs

Cats with severe anemia or other blood-related illnesses frequently require life-saving blood transfusions. In this article, we break down the reasons for this procedure and the risks involved.

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Feline Cerebellar Hypoplasia: What You Need to Know By Roy Higgs

Cats with cerebellar hypoplasia, sometimes referred to as "wobbly cat illness," have balance and coordination issues. We take a closer look at this disease in this article.

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Feline Chediak-Higashi Syndrome By Roy Higgs

Feline Chediak-Higashi syndrome (FCHS) causes progressive neurological degeneration and abnormal pigmentation of the skin and hair follicles, leading to abnormal blood cell production in the bone marrow.

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Feline Chronic Gingivostomatitis: An Overview By Roy Higgs

Numerous domestic cats suffer from the severe illness known as feline chronic gingivostomatitis (FCGS). It is distinguished by persistent inflammation and ulceration of the tongue, gums, and oral lining. We discuss this further here.

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Feline Cutaneous Asthenia By Roy Higgs

Feline cutaneous asthenia (FCA) is a rare genetic disorder that affects the cat's skin and connective tissue. It occurs in Abyssinian cats but also has been found in Cornish Rex and British Shorthair cats as well.

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Feline Hemotropic Mycoplasmosis By Roy Higgs

Feline Hemotropic Mycoplasmosis (FHM), also referred to as feline infectious anemia, is a cat disease that ruptures red blood cells. Learn more in this article.

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Feline Hepatitis: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cats are susceptible to developing acute pancreatitis, which is a dangerous and potentially fatal illness. Learn more about it in this article.

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Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) By Roy Higgs

Like HIV, feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) can take a toll on your catโ€™s immune health. Learn more about how to manage the disease and improve an infected catโ€™s quality of life.

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Feline Infectious Anemia: A Quick Guide By Roy Higgs

Feline infectious anemia, commonly known as Feline Hemobartonellosis, is a dangerous and sometimes fatal illness that affects cats. In this article, we discuss this condition more.

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Feline Infectious Peritonitis By Meredith Alling

FIP is caused by a virus and can be fatal to cats. Learn how to prevent FIP.

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Feline Leukemia Symptoms: What They Are and What You Can Do By Robyn Johnson

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.

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Feline Leukemia Virus In Cats With Weak Immunity By Roy Higgs

FeLV infection is one of the principal causes of death in cats under the age of three. The virus principally affects the immune system, making it harder for your cat to fight off other infections and diseases.

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Feline Mammary Hyperplasia: An Overview By Roy Higgs

Cats' mammary glands are frequently affected by the disorder known as feline mammary hyperplasia. It is characterized by the mammary tissue's aberrant development and proliferation. We take a deeper look into the condition here.

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Feline Oral Tumors: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Feline oral tumors are a common and possibly grave problem with cats' dental health. We will discuss this condition further in this article.

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Feline Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumors: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Peripheral nerve sheath tumors (PNSTs) can arise from any peripheral nerve in the body, including those in the limbs, trunk, or head. This article will provide an overview of PNSTs in cats, their treatment, and management options.

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Feline Tonsillitis: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Feline tonsillitis is a somewhat frequent illness that affects cats' tonsils. Here are more details on this disease.

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Fever of Unknown Origin in Cats By Roy Higgs

Fever of unknown origin (FUO) in cats is a prolonged fever and can be caused by a range of underlying illnesses. In this article, we will consider this condition in detail.

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Fibrosarcoma in Cats and Dogs By Ellen Thompson

Fibrosarcoma is a form of cancer that is most commonly found in the skin and soft tissue of dogs and cats. Find out more here in order to better understand this particular form of cancer and what options are available.

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Fibrotic Hardening of the Lungs in Cats By Roy Higgs

The progressive condition known as fibrotic hardening of the lungs causes the lung tissue to thicken and stiffen, making it challenging for the cat to breathe. Learn more here.

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Food to Help Your Cat or Dog Gain Weight By Kat Sherbo

We spend so much time worrying about our pets (or ourselves) being overweight, we forget that the other end of the spectrum is a major issue as well. If you're not sure if your cat or dog looks malnourished, here are a few things to look out for.

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Frostbite in Dogs and Cats: How to Handle it, How to Prevent It By Sora Wondra

Winter can be a brutal time of year for pets who enjoy spending time outdoors. Frostbite is not only painful, but potentially fatal as well. Here are some helpful tips on how to keep your pet safe during those cold months.

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Gallstones in Cats: A Quick Guide By Roy Higgs

Gallstones, commonly known as choleliths, are a prevalent issue with cats. Severe cases can lead to infection, inflammation, and other fatal complications. This article looks at the types, causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of gallstones in cats.

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Generic Alternatives for Popular Pet Medications By Team PetCareRx

Here is a list of generic alternatives for some of the most popular pet medicines used by pet parents today. Use it to keep your pet healthy and happy.

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Giardia In Dogs And Cats By Meredith Alling

Giardia is a species of parasite that can cause an intestinal infection when your pet drinks contaminated water, eats contaminated feces, or otherwise ingests the tiny organism. Read on to learn what symptoms to look out for and what treatments are available.

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Glycogen Storage Disease (Glycogenosis) in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats with the rare hereditary condition known as glycogenosis experience an abnormal buildup of glycogen in their tissues. We discuss this disorder extensively in this article.

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Healthy Weight Loss Tips for Indoor Cats By Roy Higgs

A healthy weight is essential to keeping your indoor cat healthy. In this article, we discuss simple weight management tips for your cat.

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Heartworms in Dogs - Symptoms You Should Know By Team PetCareRx

Early detection of heartworms can protect your dog from serious illness or worse. Read about heartworms in dogs and how to combat them at PetCareRx.

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Heat Stroke in Cats: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention By Roy Higgs

Heat stroke is a dangerous condition in cats that happens when their temperature becomes too high. Learn about ways to treat and avoid this feline condition.

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Hemophilia in Cats: Types, Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

An uncommon hereditary condition that interferes with blood clotting in cats is known as hemophilia. In this article, we discuss this disorder further.

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Hepatocutaneous Syndrome in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats that have the skin condition hepatocutaneous syndrome deal with a rare, difficult condition. It is a multisystemic illness that affects the liver and the skin, causing sores and ulcerations on the skin. We learn more about this condition in this article.

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Hiatal Hernia in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

In cats with a hiatal hernia, a portion of the stomach protrudes the diaphragm into the chest cavity. This article will go over how to overcome this condition in cats.

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High Rise Syndrome In Cats By Roy Higgs

A cat who occupies a balcony in a high-rise apartment complex is more likely to get High Rise Syndrome (HRS). If not treated in a timely manner, HRS is a serious illness that can be fatal to cats.

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Histoplasmosis in Cats: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Histoplasmosis is a fungal infection that can affect your catโ€™s lungs, skin, and other organs. Learn more about how to diagnose and treat histoplasmosis in cats.

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Hookworms in Cats and Dogs: 5 Things to Know By Rebecca Kelley

Hookworms are intestinal parasites that feed off of your pet's blood. Learn these 5 things to help keep these worms away from your pet.

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Hormone Replacement Poisoning in Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Hormone replacement poisoning can be very dangerous to your catโ€™s health. However, there are ways to identify and adequately battle this problem. Some of the important things to know are discussed in this article.

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How Common Is Pulmonary Hypertension in Cats? By Roy Higgs

Pulmonary hypertension, commonly known as high blood pressure in the lungs, is a dangerous and potentially fatal disorder that can affect cats of any age, breed, or gender. This article covers more about this illness.

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How Did My Pet Get Tapeworm? By Maureen Ryan

The way to stop tapeworms from affecting your pet is by controlling their risk to fleas.

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How Do Dogs and Cats Get Heartworm Disease? By Gina Carey

Heartworm disease can potentially be fatal to your beloved dog. Learn how a single bite from a mosquito can put your dog at risk.

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How Do Pets Get Roundworm? By Kat Sherbo

Dogs and catS can become infected with roundworms in a few different ways. Read about the causes of roundworm infections in pets.

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How Is Spinal Trauma in Cats Treated? By Roy Higgs

Spinal trauma is a serious disorder that can occur in cats as a result of a variety of factors, including falls, car accidents, and attacks by other animals. This article reveals a lot more.

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How Much Is Pet Insurance? By Lauren Leonardi

Pet insurance can have its pluses and minuses. One thing that most can agree on is that it's not cheap. Read on for common pet insurance costs.

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How Much Should Neutering a Pet Cost? By Lauren Leonardi

Want to do your part in helping to keep the pet population low, but feel the cost of neutering your male cat or dog would just be too expensive? We've comprised some helpful tips on how to locate the most cost effective places to get your pet "fixed." Find out more here.

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How to Avoid Antifreeze Poisoning in Dogs and Cats By Lauren Leonardi

Dogs and cats seem to get into everything and if something smells and tastes good, they are definitely going to give it a try. Antifreeze can be fatal to pets, so it's important to make sure your pet stays as far away from it as possible.

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How to Care for a Cat Undergoing Cancer Treatment By Roy Higgs

Thereโ€™s nothing more painful than watching your cat endure the pain of cancer. Here are a few ways to comfort them during their treatment.

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How to Care for a Pregnant Cat By Roy Higgs

Cats are very particular about various things and a pregnant cat is even more so. You must provide for a cat thatโ€™s pregnant, otherwise, you might face some health complications.

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How to Choose the Right Cat Doctor By Maureen Ryan

Cat parents often struggle with finding the right veterinarian for their pet, leading many to skip regular checkups. The better solution: find a cat doctor that you and your pet both love!

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How to Give a Cat a Pill By Sora Wondra

Getting a cat to swallow a pill can be a tricky little process. Cats can usually figure out when "something's up." Here are a couple of tips and tricks on how to give a cat a pill.

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How to Give a Cat or Dog Shot By Lauren Leonardi

If you can get past the needles, it is cheaper for you, and less nerve wracking for your dog, to administer shots at home. And despite what you might think, it isn't all that hard! Here's how.

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How to Help Your Underweight Pet By Madeleine Burry

Underweight pets can suffer from health issues as easily as overweight pets can. Treat your underweight pet with these tips.

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How to Know If Your Dog Is Depressed? How to Get Him Out of It? By Roy Higgs

Depression is a serious mental health issue affecting humans and dogs. While it's normal to feel sad or blue sometimes, if these feelings last for more than a few days, your furry friend might need extra help to get back on his/her feet.

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How to Know if Your Pet Has Tapeworm By Maureen Ryan

Tapeworms, fleas, and every other pest have no business in or on your cat or dog. It is important for you to be able to detect the early symptoms in order to help rid your pet of tapeworms.

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How to Know if Your Pet is Underweight By Madeleine Burry

Several symptoms can point to an underweight pet. Here's what you'll need to look for to watch your pet's weight.

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How to Manage Territorial Aggression in Cats? By Roy Higgs

Cats frequently display territorial aggression, which can be problematic for both the cat and the owner. Learn how to manage this condition here.

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How to Play with a Cat By Lauren Leonardi

You probably know that cats need a good diet and exercise just like humans. But when kitty sleeps away most of the day, how do you ensure they get enough exercise? Here are some play-time tips to help.

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How To Prevent Cat Scratch Disease? By Roy Higgs

Cats and their owners frequently engage in rough play, including biting, scratching, and other physical contact. While they might be adorable right now, such playful bites could have negative long-term effects.

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How To Protect Your Kitty From Ulcerative Colitis? By Roy Higgs

Ulcerative colitis, or inflammatory bowel disease, is a form of colitis or inflammation of the colon. The condition causes ulcers and sores that can affect any part of your body's large intestine (colon).

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How to Safely Buy Budget Pet Care By Mary Kearl

Pet meds are often an essential expense for pet parents. However, some pet parents may not realize the dangers of buying cheap and inexpensive pet medications from untrustworthy websites or overseas. Find out how to safely buy budget pet care here.

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How to Treat a Cat Tail Injury By Ellen Thompson

Cat tail injuries can be very minor, needing only a bandage, or they can be extremely serious. Your cat's tail can get into all types of mischief and it's important to know how to treat an injured tail quickly and properly.

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How to Treat a Cat's Wound By Lauren Leonardi

Your cat may jump around like he's invincible, but the reality is that cats get roughed up just like anyone else. While a serious injury should receive professional attention, minor scraps and bumps can be taken care of at home. Here's how.

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How to Treat Feline Leukemia By Robyn Johnson

When it comes to treating feline leukemia, some veterinarians have opposing opinions. Here's what you need to know about common treatments, and discussing all available options for you and your cat with your vet.

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How to Treat Stenotic Nares in Cats and Dogs By Jesse Feldman

Stenotic nares are severe nasal abnormalities that are usually seen in brachycephalic dog and cat breeds. This condition can hinder your pet's ability to breathe. Luckily, there are treatment options available.

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How to Treat Your Pet's Whipworm Infection By Kat Sherbo

Whipworm infections can be scary, but treating and preventing further infections can be simple and very effective. Here are the medications and techniques for treating your pet's whipworm.

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

High blood calcium levels in cats are a symptom of the disorder known as hypercalcemia, which can result from several underlying medical issues. The causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of hypercalcemia will be examined in this article.

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Hypertension Complications in Cats and How to Prevent Them By Roy Higgs

Hypertension occurs when the blood pressure in the arteries gets excessively high, placing additional strain on the cat's heart and blood vessels. Learn about how to prevent them in this article.

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Hyperthyroidism In Cats: An Endocrine Disease By Roy Higgs

Hyperthyroidism is the medical term for when the thyroid gland generates excessive amounts of the hormone T4, responsible for producing the hormones that control metabolism and energy levels.

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Hypocalcemia (Low Blood Calcium) in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats can occasionally be calcium deficient. This article covers the symptoms, treatments, and prevention tips on cat calcium deficiency.

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Hypothermia in Dogs and Cats By Maureen Ryan

Hypothermia can be a serious health condition during the cold winter months if not taken care of quickly and properly. Learn helpful tips on how to spring into action if your dog or cat is showing signs of hypothermia.

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Impaired Reflexes In Cats Could Be A Sign Of Key-Gaskell Syndrome By Roy Higgs

Key-Gaskell affects the immediate automatic responses to a stimulus. It affects your cat's body, and the cat's body language can tell you a lot about what's going on inside her body.

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Insecticide Toxicity in Cats: Can It Be Fatal? By Roy Higgs

As helpful as insecticides are for pets, they can pose as harmful in the long run. In this article, we look at how to avoid and treat insecticide poisoning in our cats.

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Insulinoma in Dogs and Cats By Roy Higgs

Insulinoma is a scarce type of pancreatic cancer in dogs and cats. This article exposes the causes, symptoms, and treatment of insulinoma in dogs and cats.

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Is Canine Influenza Fatal? By Roy Higgs

If you've heard about canine influenza, you might be wondering if it's something your dog could get and whether or not it's fatal.

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Is Herpes A Lifelong Disease In Cats? By Roy Higgs

Cats can contract the virus known as herpes. Although it's not harmful, your cat could find it uncomfortable and bothersome. Cats can contract herpes from other cats by coming into close contact with them.

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Is Sporotrichosis Transmissible In Pets? By Roy Higgs

Sporotrichosis is a fungal disease caused by the organism Sporothrix schenckii. It typically affects skin, hair, and nails but can also affect the lungs and other tissues.

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Is Your Cat Not Sleeping Enough? By Meredith Alling

Since cats snooze so much of the day away to begin with, it can be hard to tell if your cat isn't sleeping enough. Here are some of the signs your cat is having trouble sleeping.

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Is Your Cat or Dog Not Eating? By Team PetCareRx

When a pet stops eating, that can be a sign that something is wrong. Learn how to spot--and take care of--appetite problems.

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Is Your Cat Protected From Feline Calicivirus? By Meredith Alling

Feline calicivirus (FCV) is a virus that causes most upper respiratory infections found in cats. Luckily there is a way to prevent your cat from contracting this virus and passing it along to other felines. Find out more here.

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Is Your Cat Suffering From Feline Atopic Dermatitis? By Roy Higgs

The condition of feline atopic dermatitis is related to cat allergy that is neither flea-related nor food-related. So, it is a tricky disease to manage as it requires identifying the allergen and then keeping the kitty away from the same.

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Lactic Acidosis in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Lactic acidosis can be a problem that calls for serious concern in your cat. In this article, we look deeper into some causes and symptoms and how they can be resolved.

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Lead Poisoning in Cats: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cats that have been exposed to lead for a prolonged period or who have experienced severe poisoning may suffer lifelong damage or other difficulties, whereas cats who have mild to moderate lead poisoning can frequently recover completely with the right care. This article will help you understand lead poisoning in cats and how to prevent it.

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Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease in Cats By Roy Higgs

When there is a disruption in the blood supply to the head of the femur (the thigh bone), Legg-Calve-Perthes disease develops. This article breaks this condition down further.

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Leptospirosis in Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease that affects cats just like humans. In this article, we break down everything you should know about this disorder in cats.

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Life-Threatening Diseases in Cats - Symptoms, Prevention, and Cure By Roy Higgs

Life-threatening cat diseases can be devastating. So if your cat is diagnosed with one, it's important to act quickly. The sooner you start treatment, the better your cat's chances of survival.

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Lipomas in Dogs and Cats By Meredith Alling

Finding a bump or lump on your pet can be scary. However if you take your pet to the vet and find that itโ€™s a lipoma, you should feel relieved. Find out why here.

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Liver Cancer in Dogs and Cats By Mary Kearl

Liver cancer is an extremely rare diagnosis in dogs and cats. Rare or not, it's still a very dangerous and potentially deadly disease if not diagnosed and treated.

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Liver Toxins in Cats: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention By Roy Higgs

For cats, liver toxins can be a major problem that can result in liver failure or liver damage. In this article, you will learn how to avoid and treat different liver toxins in your cat.

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Lung Cancer in Cats: A Quick Guide By Roy Higgs

Learn how to detect lung cancer in your cat and how to care for them to prevent lung cancer.

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Lungworm Infection in Dogs: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention By Roy Higgs

All breeds and ages of dogs are susceptible to the deadly parasitic infection known as lungworm. In this article, we discuss the condition further.

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Lungworms in Cats: A Quick Guide By Roy Higgs

Cats can contract parasitic worms called lungworms, which can lead to a number of different health issues. Learn more about Feline Lungworms here.

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Lymphadenopathy (Lymph Node Inflammation) in Cats By Roy Higgs

Lymphadenopathy is a condition that causes the lymph nodes to swell or enlarge. Lymphadenopathy in cats can occur for a variety of reasons and can manifest itself in a variety of locations, including the submandibular, prescapular, popliteal, and mesenteric lymph nodes. This article reviews the causes, symptoms, and treatment of Lymphadenopathy in cats.

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

Feline lymphadenopathy is a condition that is characterized by swollen lymph nodes in cats. We break down this condition more in this article.

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Lymphoma in Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

Lymphosarcoma, aka lymphoma or cancer of the lymph nodes, is a dangerous and painful mutation in the lymph nodes, spleen, blood, or bone marrow and can occur in cats and dogs. Learn the common types and causes of lymphoma at PetCareRx.com.

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Magnesium Deficiency in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Little or no magnesium in cats can lead to several health issues. In this article, we talk about the signs to watch out for and how to treat this condition correctly.

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Maintaining a Healthy Cat Weight By Team PetCareRx

More and more pet parents are becoming concerned about their cats' weight nowadays. This article will help you learn how to assess and manage your pet's weight.

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Malignant Hyperthermia in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cats may experience the unusual and potentially fatal condition known as malignant hyperthermia (MH), which causes a rapid and hazardous rise in body temperature. Here is how to manage this disease.

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Malocclusion in Cats: Causes, Signs, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Malocclusion, often known as tooth misalignment, is a typical dental problem in your cat. We discuss the condition more in this article.

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Managing Feline Immunodeficiency Virus By Roy Higgs

Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) is a disease that affects some cats, and it can be transmitted from cat to cat. FIV is not spread to humans or dogs, but it does affect the immune system of infected cats.

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Manx Syndrome in Cats: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Manx cat syndrome is a hereditary condition that affects Manx cats. We discuss the symptoms and treatment options of this syndrome in this article.

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Mast Cell Cancer in Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

Mast cell cancer is a common form of skin cancer in dogs and cats, and some breeds are more prone than others. Learn about the types and treatment options of mast cell cancer.

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

Mastitis is a disorder that can affect humans as well as animals, including cats. This article will talk about how to treat and prevent feline mastitis.

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Meningioma In Dogs And Cats By Meredith Alling

The meningioma is the most common type of brain tumor found in dogs and cats. If left untreated, these tumors can cause serious damage to your petโ€™s brain. Read on to learn about causes, symptoms, and treatments.

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Mesothelioma in Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

A very uncommon kind of cancer called mesothelioma attacks the mesothelial cells, which in turn line the cat's internal organs. This article discusses this cancer in cats further.

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

All cats are susceptible to the uncommon but possibly fatal illness known as methemoglobinemia. Learn more about this disease in this article.

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Miscarriage in Cats: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Miscarriages in cats are abrupt and involuntary abortions. In this article, we discuss how to manage and prevent future occurrences.

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Multiple Myeloma in Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Multiple myeloma is an uncommon but deadly type of cancer that affects cats and causes various symptoms. This article will explore the causes, signs, treatment, and prevention of multiple Myeloma in cats.

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Mutation of Feline Infectious Peritonitis In Adult Cats By Roy Higgs

Feline infectious peritonitis is a severe and often fatal disease that is caused by a mutated form of the common feline coronavirus (FCoV). The FCoV does not cause clinical signs of illness in most cats.

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Nasopharyngeal Polyps in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats frequently develop nasal polyps, which can result in a variety of symptoms like sneezing, nasal discharge, and breathing problems. Reading this article further will help you understand the entirety of this condition better.

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Neck and Back Pain in Cats: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cats are really agile and, as a result, are prone to back and neck aches. In this article, we discuss how to identify and treat this pain in our feline friends.

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Neuroendocrine Tissue Tumors in Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Cats with neuroendocrine tissue tumors release hormones and neurotransmitters, which can result in various symptoms and consequences. In this article, we will see how to recognize and overcome these cancerous tumors in cats.

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Non-Inflammatory Muscle Disease in Cats By Roy Higgs

Non-inflammatory muscle disease in cats is a disease that affects cats' activities and can be very frustrating. In this article, we look at how to identify the signs and how to treat this muscular condition.

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Nose Bleed in Cats: Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Nose bleeds in cats, also known as epistaxis, can be a source of concern for pet owners, but they are usually treatable. Learn more in this article.

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Nutrition for Dealing with Cancer in Dogs and Cats By Mary Kearl

Cancer is a disease that does not only affect humans, but dogs and cats as well. Diet and nutrition can play a huge part in both prevention and treatment.

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

As with people and other animals, our feline friends can also be afflicted with osteomyelitis, a fatal infection of the bones. Learn more about this cat bone disorder in this article.

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Osteosarcoma in Cats: A Quick Guide By Roy Higgs

How to detect osteosarcoma or bone cancer in your cat and how to care for them if they are diagnosed with the same.

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Overweight Dogs and Cats By Madeleine Burry

Being overweight can not only make pets uncomfortable and make it difficult for them to get around, it can lead to serious health issues. Learn how to manage this growing problem.

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Pancreatitis: Inflated Pancreas In Cats By Roy Higgs

Your cat could potentially die from pancreatitis, a dangerous ailment. Typically, obstructions in the pancreatic ducts are to blame, which can result in pancreatic infection and inflammation.

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

Feline Panhypopituitarism is a pituitary gland condition in cats that causes an imbalance in the production of hormones. Here, we will go into how to treat and prevent this condition in your cat.

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Paralysis in Cats: Common Causes, Diagnosis, and Recovery By Roy Higgs

For pet owners, a cat's paralysis can be a terrible diagnosis. We discuss this condition in this article.

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Paraneoplastic Syndromes in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats with cancer may experience a spectrum of uncommon conditions known as paraneoplastic syndromes. In this article, we discuss the condition further.

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Pelger-Huet Anomaly in Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

feline Pelger-Huet Anomaly is a hereditary condition that tells on catsโ€™ bone structures. In this article, we will examine the signs to look out for and the management process.

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Peritonitis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Canine peritonitis is a dog condition characterized by infection and inflammation of the peritoneum, a membrane that borders the abdominal cavity and protects its internal organs. We go deeper into this condition here.

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

Cats frequently suffer from pharyngitis, also known as pharynx inflammation. Learn about this condition in this article.

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Pillow Foot in Cats: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Knuckling, another name for pillow foot is a condition where a cat's paw folds under, giving the foot a nearly "lumbar pillow" appearance. We discuss its causes and management process here.

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Plants That Could Be Poisonous To Your Cat By ContentFly

Cats love to explore every nook and corner of your house, and you should usually let them be. However, certain things around your house can be harmful for your cat. A lot of cat owners don't know that these common plants are actually poisonous for cats.

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

Pneumocystosis, often known as Pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP), is a fungal illness that affects both people and animals. We discuss how this illness works against cats.

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Poisonous Plants to Cats and Dogs By Mary Kearl

Some common household plants can in fact be toxic to animals, requiring immediate veterinary care. Learn which plants to keep away from your pets.

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Polycythemia in Cats: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Cats who have erythrocytosis, also known as polycythemia, have abnormal red blood cells produced by their bodies. We discuss this in detail in this article.

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Postpartum Care for Cats: What You Need to Know By Roy Higgs

The postpartum period is one of the most critical stages in your feline friendโ€™s life. Learn more about different aspects of postpartum care for cats.

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Post-Vaccination Sarcoma in Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Vaccinations are an essential part of pet care because they help stave off infections that could be fatal. In this article, we will explore the causes and treatments for these tumors in cats.

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Pregnant Cat Symptoms By Lauren Leonardi

Cats who are pregnant will undergo more than a few physical changes. Find out how you can tell if your cat is pregnant.

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Pulmonary Edema in Cats: A Detailed Overview By Roy Higgs

When fluid builds up in the lungs, it causes pulmonary edema, which makes it challenging for the cat to breathe normally. Here, we break down the symptoms and treatments for this condition.

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Q Fever in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Q fever is a zoonotic illness caused by the bacteria Coxiella burnetii. However, some cats are unable to escape this illness. We'll discuss the symptoms of the condition and how to treat it in this article.

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Rectal Prolapse in Cats: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

Rectal prolapse is a very uncommon but potentially dangerous disorder in cats that develops when a portion of the rectum becomes inverted and protrudes through the anus. Learn more about this condition in this article.

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Reovirus Infection in Cats: A Detailed Overview By Roy Higgs

Cats often suffer from the widely spread reovirus. However, in this article, we will look into how the condition can be identified and treated.

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Rhinitis and Sinusitis in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats can suffer from rhinitis and sinusitis, two common respiratory disorders. Learn more about it here.

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Runny Nose in Dogs: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention By Roy Higgs

Dogs' runny noses can be brought on by a number of things, such as allergies, illnesses, and contact with irritants. Learn about how to help your dog overcome a runny nose.

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Salivary Gland Tumors in Cats: A Detailed Guide By Roy Higgs

A salivary gland tumor refers to the abnormal growth of cells within the salivary glands, which can be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous). This article examines the causes, signs, treatment, and possible prevention of this condition in felines.

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Sarcocystis Infection (Sarcocystosis) in Cats By Roy Higgs

Sarcocystosis is a parasite infection that affects domestic and wild cats, as well as other animals. Learn more about this condition here.

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Scoliosis in Cats: A Quick Guide By Roy Higgs

Scoliosis, a disorder that causes the spine to curve, can affect both people and cats. Learn about its effects on cats in this article.

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Septicemia and Bacteremia in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats can have septicemia and bacteremia, which are both deadly bacterial diseases. We talk more about it in this article.

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Skin Cancer in Cats: Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention By Roy Higgs

Find out about the symptoms, causes, and current treatments for skin cancer in felines.

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Smoke Inhalation in Cats: A Closer Look By Roy Higgs

Inhalation of smoke is a common situation in cats as it can be caused by several factors. In this article, we discuss this condition situation properly.

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Sodium Deficiency (Hyponatremia) in Cats By Roy Higgs

For cats, sodium is a highly important nutrient. Nonetheless, a lack of this mineral might upset them quite a bit. Discover more about this deficiency here.

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Solving the Drinking Dilemma: Why Your Cat Won't Hydrate By Roy Higgs

Explore the reasons behind the drinking dilemma in cats and discover effective solutions to keep your feline friend healthy and well-hydrated. Dive into expert insights on solving the hydration puzzle for your beloved cat.

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Spina Bifida in Cats: Signs, Diagnosis, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Cats with Spina Bifida have a congenital condition that damages the spinal cord and vertebral column. We discuss this condition more in this article.

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Sporotrichosis in Cats: An Overview By Roy Higgs

Sporotrichosis is a fungal infection that affects cats and other animals, including humans. It is caused by the Sporothrix fungus, which is found in soil, hay, and plants. Learn more about this fungal disease in this article.

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Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats By Roy Higgs

Cats are susceptible to squamous cell carcinoma (SCC), a particular type of cancer. The squamous cells that make up the skin's outer layer give rise to this cancerous tumor. We discuss this condition in detail here.

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Staph Infection in Cats: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Roy Higgs

Staph infections can affect a variety of species, including people and cats. In this article, we explain this condition further.

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Steroid Treatment for Cats: When It's Used and What Are Its Side Effects By Roy Higgs

Steroids are used to treat several illnesses. However, they can also be dangerous to the health of your cat. Learn when to stop and start using it in this article.

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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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