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The effects of estrogen exposure on pets

When your female dog or cat was spayed, her ovaries were removed, thus removing her ability to produce the hormone estrogen.
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Gland slam: hyperparathyroidism in dogs and cats

We’ve talked about hyperthyroidism in cats and hypothyroidism in dogs but pets are also prone to another condition called hyperparathyroidism.
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Metabolic disease in dogs and cats

Some pets are prone to metabolic disease based on heredity, breed, or age, and some simply acquire metabolic disease for no known reason.
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The benefits of hydrotherapy for pets

Hydrotherapy is a great workout pets, and can put them on the path to a quicker recovery.
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The challenges of cage rest

Just as humans are occasionally put on bed rest for medical reasons, our pets can be subject to cage rest, too!
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Aspiration pneumonia in pets

To put it simply, aspiration pneumonia is the inhalation (breathing in) of foreign material into the trachea and lungs.
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Osteochondrodysplasia in dogs

Some dogs are specifically bred to have short legs.
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Bloody noses in pets

Usually, a bloody nose will resolve by itself, but recurring or continuous nosebleed should be brought to your vet’s attention, as it could signal serious disease.