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Is My Cat’s Tail Broken?! Investigating Potential Tail Fractures

Your cat’s tail might appear to have a mind of its own sometimes, swishing and curling around its body or your legs. When you pair unexpected tail placement with a misstep, a door that closed too quickly or more severe accidents, you might come face-to-face with a very scared cat and a potentially broken tail. […]

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Beware Salt in Your Dog’s Paw Pads After Winter Walks

When the weather is chilly and a fresh layer of snow decorates the world outside, it can be tough to resist taking your dog for a brisk walk. While exercise throughout winter is critical for your dog’s health and happiness, there are a few more outdoor dangers pet owners need to be aware of. One […]

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Get the Scoop on Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Technique for Your Pup’s Allergies

Managing your dog’s allergies can be frustrating. Diagnosing them is tough in and of itself, because allergy symptoms often manifest in similar ways to common illnesses. Once they are diagnosed, keeping them in check can sometimes feel impossible. Many pet owners try to avoid conventional medicine when managing their pet’s allergies, opting instead to explore […]

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What is a Bronchodilator and Why Should You Use One with Your Asthmatic Cat?

Like humans, our feline friends can suffer from a great number of respiratory problems that result in labored breathing, coughing and lowered energy. One of the most common of these problems is asthma. Feline asthma can be difficult, if not downright scary, for pet owners to encounter and treat. Knowing the signs of asthma and […]

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How Heartworm Can Affect Your Pup

As a dog owner, you’re probably familiar with numerous intestinal parasites, such as the tapeworm or hookworm, but another common parasitic worm doesn’t affect your dog’s intestines—it affects its heart and lungs. Heartworm is a dangerous disease caused by the parasite of the same name, and preventing it should be at the top of every […]

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Can Cats Experience Allergies in Winter?

It’s not always well-known that cats can experience allergy symptoms much like humans can. Sneezing, watery eyes, itching and other problems are actually quite common in our feline friends, and one of the top causes of these issues is seasonal allergies. Things like pollen and grass can cause our cats some serious frustration during spring […]

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Some of the Most Common Allergenic Foods for Dogs

You probably know at least one person who has a food allergy—most likely for nuts, eggs or dairy. But did you know your pets can be allergic to foods, too? Allergies in dogs can manifest in different ways. Some dogs are allergic to environmental allergens like pollen, dust or even perfume, but others are allergic […]

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Feline Worms: Identifying and Treating One of the Most Common Cat Health Problems

When adopting a new cat, one of the first things recommended to pet owners is to have the cat dewormed if it hasn’t been already. Worms, those nasty little internal parasites, are one of the most common health problems in cats, and they can be tricky to spot. Even after deworming kittens, both indoor and […]

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What Should I Do to Help My Dog Recover from Kennel Cough?

With the holidays nearly here, many pet owners will be boarding their pets in overnight kennels while they travel. While most kennels are safe, fun places to keep your dog while you’re away, one of the dangers to be aware of is Bordetella, or kennel cough. This highly contagious disease is very common in kennel […]

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Your Cat’s Eye Problems May Be Linked to High Blood Pressure

Cats are known for staring at their owners with wide, unblinking eyes. The amount of time we spend looking at our cat’s eyes each day might shock you, but it also makes it easier to spot problems. Eye issues, such as infections, swelling or hemorrhaging are usually pretty obvious and can be a tell-tale sign […]

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