HIP DYSPLASIA IN DOGS

Hip dysplasia is a skeletal disorder that is more common among large dog breeds. Canine hip dysplasia is caused by the frictional abrasion of the hip joint in lieu of a smooth sliding motion. This...

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HEAT STROKE PREVENTION

Summer is the perfect time to go to the beach and frolic around the dog park with your canine friend. However, the hot weather also increases the chances of heat strokes among people, and dogs are no...

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LEPTOSPIROSIS: CAUSES, TREATMENT, & PREVENTION

Canine leptospirosis is caused by a microorganism called spirochete bacteria. Dogs contract the virus from other infected animals like rats, feral cats, and other dogs. It is also passed through...

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PARASITE PROTECTION FOR DOGS

Parasites can be a pesky occurrence doomed to bother your pet every now and then. However, they can also prove to be more than just a thorn on the side as they eventually begin to have a negative...

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MAST CELL TUMOR IN DOGS

Mast cell tumors (MCTs) are the result of maligned mast cells in the body. MCTs are the most common skin tumor among dogs, accounting for about 20% of all canine skin tumors till date. However, it is...

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TOXIC AND NON-TOXIC PLANTS FOR CATS

Having plants around the house can be very therapeutic and good for the soul. The same truth applies to pets as well. However, some plants can do more harm than good for your furry friends which...

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HEART MURMUR IN CATS

Heart murmurs are actually abnormal cardiac sounds caused by a disruption in blood flow inside the heart. In cats, heart murmurs can also be an indication of a more serious underlying condition that...

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HEART MURMUR IN DOGS

Health problems have been a source of constant worry for us, even more so when it involves the heart. A heart murmur is essentially an abnormal, unusually long sound of the heart. It is usually...

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PREVENT SEPARATION ANXIETY IN DOGS

Sometimes, it becomes harder than usual to part from your loved ones. This applies to dogs as well, some of them who show separation anxiety when you leave them alone or with someone else. Dogs who...

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CUSHING’S DISEASE IN DOGS

Cushing’s disease (CD) is a condition affecting the adrenal glands which causes them to secrete certain hormones in excess. Found mainly among older dogs, it is usually the result of a tumor in the...

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PARVOVIRUS IN DOGS

No puppy owner wants to hear bad news about their pet’s health. Yet, much like human beings, dogs are also subjected to a number of illnesses and infections over the course of their lifetime. From...

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LYMPHOMA IN CATS

Whether you have a pet or a child (or both), a cancer diagnosis can be a real cause of worry for many. Lymphoma is a type of cancer of the lymphocytes affecting the immune system. These lymphocytes...

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LYMPHOMA IN DOGS

Lymphoma, which is the cancer of the lymph nodes and the lymphatic system, affects both humans and dogs alike. It leads to visibly enlarged lymph nodes both externally and internally. One of the most...

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FELINE LEUKEMIA VIRUS (FeLV)

Much like human beings, cats are also susceptible to a number of infections and illnesses. Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) is one such infection that affects the feline population. The virus is usually...

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VOMITING IN CATS

Vomiting is a common problem among cats, mainly due to the swallowing of hairballs. However, it is not normal and has a number of causes. Cats may also regurgitate as a result of eating too much or...

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COUGHING IN CATS

Although cats do cough like dogs and other animals, coughs are relatively uncommon among the feline population. Cats usually cough in response to foreign matter in their respiratory system, an...

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COUGHING IN DOGS

It is not easy to watch your pet get sick especially since they cannot verbally express their discomfort like we do. Much like their humans, dogs also experience coughing in their lifetime. While we...

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GLAUCOMA IN DOGS

Glaucoma is the accumulation of fluid in the eye which puts increased pressure on it, eventually leading to loss of vision. Just like humans, dogs can also develop glaucoma. There are two kinds of...

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