CANCER WARNING SIGNS IN DOGS

CANCER WARNING SIGNS IN DOGS

Cancer has grown to become a much-dreaded word over the years. Much like in human beings, cancer is also quite common among animals and is one of the leading causes of pet deaths. It has been stated...

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LUXATING PATELLA OR DISLOCATED KNEECAP IN CATS

LUXATING PATELLA OR DISLOCATED KNEECAP IN CATS

A luxating patella occurs when the patella or the kneecap pops out of place. If the kneecap is not working properly, it may move in and out of the trochlear groove on which it sits. This will make it...

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INTERVERTEBRAL DISC DISEASE (IVDD) IN DOGS

INTERVERTEBRAL DISC DISEASE (IVDD) IN DOGS

Canine intervertebral disc disease (IVDD) is a degenerative disease that affects the spinal cord and gives rise to a number of issues related to painful movement. Dog breeds with short legs and long...

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HEART DISEASE IN DOGS AND CATS

HEART DISEASE IN DOGS AND CATS

As human beings, having a cardiac condition can be very worrying. It is more so when our pet family members also develop heart problems, mostly because they cannot tell us when something is wrong...

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PHYSICAL REHABILITATION IN CATS

PHYSICAL REHABILITATION IN CATS

Much like in their human counterparts, feline physical rehabilitation is geared towards enhancing physical mobility and to increase the rate of healing and recovery. What makes physical...

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PHYSICAL REHABILITATION IN DOGS

PHYSICAL REHABILITATION IN DOGS

Canine physical therapy is a term used to describe the process of rehabilitating dogs. Many of the same procedures used in human physiotherapy are used in canine or veterinary physical...

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TOOTH RESORPTION IN CATS

TOOTH RESORPTION IN CATS

A chamber (root canal) exists within each of a cat's teeth, including tissue made up of blood vessels, lymphatic vessels, and nerves. This tissue, which interacts with the rest of the animal's body,...

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HYPERTHYROIDISM IN CATS

HYPERTHYROIDISM IN CATS

Hyperthyroidism, also known as thyrotoxicosis, is caused by an increase in thyroid hormone synthesis (known as T3 and T4) from an enlarged thyroid gland in a cat's neck. The most common cause of...

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EMERGENCY KIT CHECKLIST FOR CATS AND DOGS

EMERGENCY KIT CHECKLIST FOR CATS AND DOGS

Being prepared for any disaster is essential. Nobody likes to think about the worst-case possibilities. However, in order to safeguard your family, including your pets, you must plan beforehand...

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PERIODONTAL DISEASE IN DOGS

PERIODONTAL DISEASE IN DOGS

Canine periodontal disease is a common dental condition in dogs that affects the gums and tissues surrounding the tooth through the deposition of dental plaque and tartar on the teeth. Also known as...

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LIVER SHUNT IN DOGS

LIVER SHUNT IN DOGS

Portosystemic shunt (PSS) or liver shunt is a condition where the blood draining from the stomach, intestines, spleen, and pancreas bypasses the liver and flows directly into circulation without...

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HOT SPOTS IN DOGS

HOT SPOTS IN DOGS

Canine hot spots are one of the most common skin diseases in dogs. Also called moist dermatitis or “summer sores”, they usually occur during the summer months when the weather is hot. They are...

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HYPOTHYROIDISM IN DOGS

HYPOTHYROIDISM IN DOGS

Hypothyroidism is a common endocrine disease among the canine population. It occurs when the thyroid gland becomes less active and produces less amounts of thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyronine (T3),...

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PAIN IN DOGS AND CATS

PAIN IN DOGS AND CATS

For any pet parent, it is a nightmare to see your fur baby in pain. It is further compounded by the fact that pets cannot verbally communicate their concerns to us. As a result, pets suffer in...

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FELINE LOWER URINARY TRACT DISEASE (FLUTD)

FELINE LOWER URINARY TRACT DISEASE (FLUTD)

Feline Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) comprises various conditions that primarily affect the urinary bladder and the urethra in cats. These conditions include urinary tract infections, bladder stones,...

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TRACHEAL COLLAPSE IN DOGS

TRACHEAL COLLAPSE IN DOGS

The trachea which is commonly known as the windpipe, is one of the vital parts of the respiratory system. In canine tracheal collapse, the cartilage rings around the windpipe become weak and slag,...

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LIMPING IN CATS: CAUSES AND TREATMENT

LIMPING IN CATS: CAUSES AND TREATMENT

Every cat parent wants their pet to be healthy and happy, and to explore everything life has to offer. However, health and medical concerns can sometimes get in the way, and feline limping is no...

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LIMPING IN DOGS: CAUSES AND TREATMENT

LIMPING IN DOGS: CAUSES AND TREATMENT

As a pet parent, you would want your fur baby to always be healthy and happy, actively frolicking about and enjoying life. However, canine limping can significantly lower the quality of life and...

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