Pet Health

Pet Health

Can a gene defect in dogs help treat epilepsy?

Epilepsy in dogs and cats is one of the most frightening – and frustrating – diseases veterinarians confront.
Pet Health

Dog & cat zoomies: what are they and why do they happen?

Has your pet spontaneously raced around the house before coming to a halt? If so, you may be familiar with the zoomies.
Pet Health

Kid’s best friend: children who grow up with dogs have a lower risk of asthma

A study evaluated over 1,000,000 for ten years and found kids who grew up with dogs had some shocking health benefits.
Pet Health

3 types of household cleaners that are dangerous to pets

Most cleaners can be used safely. Of course, there are some that require your full attention.
Pet Health

Upper respiratory infections in cats

If you’ve ever had a cat or gone to a shelter, you’ve probably seen the sneezing, runny noses and watery eyes typical of upper respiratory tract infections.
Pet Health

What if pets had thumbs?

Believe it or not, some cats do have “thumbs”!
Pet Health

Can dogs eat peanut butter?

When it comes to one particularly versatile type of human food, nothing comes close to peanut butter.
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Feline audiogenic reflex seizures (FARS)

Termed feline audiogenic reflex seizures (or FARS), these particular seizures occur in response to specific noises.