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  • Flea Allergy Dermatitis in Dogs
    Flea Allergy Dermatitis in DogsFlea allergy dermatitis is the most common allergy in dogs and is caused by flea bites, specifically the saliva of the flea. It is a very Read more
  • 5 Ways to Keep Your Pet's Teeth and Gums Healthy for Life
    It's important to take proper care of canine and feline teeth, because if left untreated, plaque and tartar buildup can progress to painful periodontal disease. The bacteria from periodontal disease Read more
  • Feline Paw Care Tips
    Feline Paw Care TipsCats need healthy feet to scratch, climb and achieve their famed acrobatic landings. That’s why it’s important to regularly examine and clean your cat’s paws and make Read more
  • Dry Eye Syndrome in Dogs
    Keratoconjunctivitis sicca in DogsSometimes called dry eye syndrome, Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCS) is characterized by a deficiency of aqueous tear film over the surface of the eye and in the lining Read more
  • Dog Swimming Safety Tips
    Dog Swimming Safety TipsThey didn't coin the term "doggy paddle" because canines stay on shore. Many dogs enjoy swimming as much as people do, and cool times in the local Read more
  • Canine Eye Care
    Canine Eye CareMan’s best friend could use a good eyeballing once in awhile—believe us, your dog won’t take it personally! In fact, giving him regular home eye exams will help Read more
  • Why Is My Dog Coughing?
    Why Is My Dog Coughing? When humans cough, it’s usually to clear our throat or perhaps because we have a cold. A persistent cough can sometimes signal something more serious, Read more
  • What Is Normal Dog Temperature, Heart Rate and Respiration?
    What Is Normal Dog Temperature, Heart Rate and Respiration?I always tell folks to watch and listen to their pets every day. You learn to see patterns in their behavior: how Read more
  • Top 10 Reasons To Neuter Your Pet
    Are you wondering whether you should neuter your cat or your dog?  Here is a non-exhaustive list of 10 reasons to proceed.1. Unwanted pregnanciesThe problem with an intact male is Read more
  • Lower Urinary Tract Problems
    What Are Some Common Urinary Tract Problems in Cats?Problems that affect a cat’s lower urinary system often prevent the bladder from emptying correctly or may even cause fatal blockage of Read more
  • Dental Prophylaxis for Dogs
    Dental Prophylaxis for DogsA dental, also sometimes called a "prophy" or prophylaxis, is a cleaning and polishing of a dog's teeth. It is important to realize that dental disease does Read more
  • How We Diagnose Skin and Tissue Tumors in Pets
    How We Diagnose Skin and Tissue Tumors in PetsTumors of the skin and subcutaneous (tissue just underneath the skin) are the most common tumors affecting dogs and the second most Read more
  • Preventing and Treating Hot Spots on Your Dog
    Preventing and Treating Hot Spots on Your DogOverviewHot spots, technically called acute moist dermatitis or superficial canine pyoderma, usually appear as localized, moist reddish sores. Hot spots are the result Read more
  • Top Ten Reasons You Should Adopt a Cat
    Top Ten Reasons You Should Adopt a CatThe Right MoveAdopting a cat is not only a wonderful way to support your local animal shelter, it's also an excellent way to Read more
  • Top 5 Common Pet Owner Mistakes
    Top 5 Common Pet Owner Mistakes1. 'He’s Not Fat, He’s Big Boned'Actually, he probably is overweight or obese, along with more than half of pets in American households. Because the Read more
  • Diabetic Dog: Tips to Manage His/Her Diet
    Diabetic Dog: Tips to Manage His/Her DietSo, your dog has diabetes. Take a deep breath. With good care, your companion can lead a long, healthy life. Like humans, when dogs Read more

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