Pet Health

Pet Health

Indoor cats and parasites

Both external and internal parasites can affect your indoor cat, even if he never puts a paw outside!
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Hyperthyroidism treatments for cats

Fortunately, treatment is relatively straightforward and most cats respond very well.
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Dr. Nancy Kay: speaking for spot

Dr. Nancy Kay offers tips for helping pets survive even the toughest medical battles.
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A primer on cystic and pigmentary uveitis

This condition is so often seen in Golden Retrievers that it is sometimes referred to as Golden Retriever uveitis.
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Pseudopregnancy in female pets

Our female four-legged friends are subject to an odd phenomenon called pseudopregnancy, or false pregnancy.
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Broken tails in cats

The symptoms of a broken tail are usually obvious ÔÇô you may notice a kinked, painful tail, sometimes with an open wound
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Bufo toad poisoning in pets

While many toads are harmless, Bufo toads (or cane toads) can land your pet in the emergency room. 
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Pneumonia in pets

While our pets arenÔÇÖt prone to the colds that we suffer from, they do get pneumonia, and their symptoms are similar to the ones we experience.