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Dogs: Understanding Cancer in Dogs

Cancer is a terrifying diagnosis to hear from your veterinarian. Dogs, like humans, can succumb to many types of cancer, and it is the very last thing you want to hear when you take your beloved canine companion in for a check-up. It helps to be prepared with some basic knowledge about cancer in dogs. […]

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Cats: Getting Your Home Ready for a New Kitten

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Cats: Understanding Cancer in Cats

The word “cancer” strikes fear into the hearts of all pet owners. It’s the very last thing that you want to hear your veterinarian say when you take your beloved feline companion in for a problem. Unfortunately, cancer in cats does occur more than anyone would like, and it’s good to know as much about […]

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Fun: The Benefits of Pet Ownership

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Cats: 5 Signs Your Cat’s Diarrhea May Be Serious

Diarrhea is an extremely common occurrence in cats. It means that the stool contains more water than it should. It is also usually accompanied by an increased frequency and volume of stool. Often, a cat with diarrhea will be having stool accidents outside of the litter box because it is hard to hold the loose […]

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Cats: How to Leash Train Your Cat

In yet another of our series of infographics, we have prepared one on the best practices for leash training a cat.

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Cats: Behavioral Signs of Hyperthyroidism in Cats

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Dogs: Heart Disease in Dogs

Heart disease in dogs is a commonly diagnosed condition. A dog’s heart, lungs, and blood vessels combine to form his circulatory system. The heart is the central player in this delicate circuit, and there are things that can go wrong, resulting in heart disease. The Normal Dog Heart When learning about canine heart disease, it […]

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Dogs: 10 Leading Causes of Diarrhea in Dogs

Diarrhea in dogs is a common issue that almost everyone with a canine companion will experience sooner or later. This condition occurs when there is too much fluid in the feces. It usually involves increased frequency of defecation. When diarrhea strikes your dog, you may have some clean-up to do in your home, but you […]

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Cats, Dogs: Back to School Stress Affects Pets Too

With school right around the corner, preparing your kids for the academic year can be a chaotic time.  School supplies, Carpools, and lunches, can often mean changes in routines for pets as well.  Adopting pets in the summer months allows for more opportunity for training, and bonding with new family members.  As a result, the […]

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