Pet Health

Pet Health

High and dry: the dangers of dehydration

Dehydration can be caused by a number of factors affecting your petÔÇÖs health, or can be triggered by an isolated situation like excessive exercise.
Pet Health

Magnetic resonance imaging

MRIs used to be limited to human medicine, but recently they are becoming quite common for our four-legged family members, too!
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Chemotherapy for pets

Chemotherapy. Just the word alone may conjure up negative images but animals respond the chemo differently.
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Distichiasis in pets

Distichiasis is the term used to describe abnormal eyelash growth. It is a common health condition in dogs, but rare in cats.
Pet Health

Something in the heir: Petplan pet insurance talks genes and cancer

While the causes of most cancers are multifactorial, there is a genetic component to some cancers in pets just as there is in humans.
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Antidepressants for dogs

Many dogs are affected by their own anxieties and phobias. Antidepressants can help them feel comfortable and enjoy life the way theyÔÇÖre supposed to.
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Corn cob ingestion in pets

Corn cobs are the perfect size and shape to lodge in the intestine and cause all sorts of unwanted trouble.
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Medical management of liver shunts

Because the liver is responsible for removing toxins from the blood, liver shunts result in a buildup of toxins in the bloodstream, causing illness.