Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Cognitive Dysfunction

A good number of my clients are surprised to hear when I say that dogs and cats can suffer from cognitive dysfunction or cognitive...

Obesity In Older Dogs

Weight gain in dogs and cats is a huge problem today, and the number of obese dogs in the United States continues to rise...

Before You Count Your Chickens

Cock-a-doodle-dooo … wait, not quite. Hens are a lot quieter than roosters, and that’s one of the reasons they’ve become the latest popular pet...

Warning Signs That Your Cat Might Need To See The Vet

Cats are pros at hiding their illnesses. Call it natural instinct or just a typical stubborn streak, but they sometimes hide their illnesses so...

Spay And Neuter, Revisited

For decades now, the value of spaying and neutering our pet cats and dogs has barely been questioned. Beginning in the 1960s, anesthesia and...

Know The Connection Between Breed And Disease

Anyone who owns a dog (or a cat for that matter), hopefully expects to take their fur child to a veterinarian at least occasionally...

Pain in Pets

It’s a no-brainer that we don’t want our pets to suffer pain. Whether you ask a pet parent or a veterinarian, you’re likely to...

Could It Be Diabetes?

“My pet seems to be drinking a lot of water and has always been a good eater, but for some reason seems to be...

Periodontal Disease in Cats

One of the most common diseases to affect cats is gum disease, otherwise known as periodontal disease. It is estimated that over 80 percent...

Scourges of the Skin?

Skin is the largest organ of the body, and in many ways the most complex. It may seem odd to consider it an organ,...
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