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Proper eye care is very important for all pets. Scratches, ulcers, dry eye, discharge, and infection are some of the most common ocular problems your pet may experience. To determine the cause of an eye problem, additional testing may be required to ensure an accurate...read more
Gastrointestinal disease in pets can be a minor problem, but can also be more serious, so evaluation and proper treatment by a veterinarian is important. Common gastrointestinal problems in dogs include dietary intolerance (problems digesting certain foods), toxicity...read more
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, diabetes affects 1 in every 200 cats and 1 in every 400-500 dogs. While there are serious symptoms and consequences of this disease, proper management can help to keep diabetic pets in good health. Diabetes...read more
Ferrets are fun, energetic, intelligent pets. However, they are also prone to many diseases and therefore require regular veterinary visits. Some of the most common diseases ferrets are susceptible to include: lymphoma, insulinoma, hyperestrogenism, distemper, and...read more
Your dog can't tell you when it's sick. Your duty as it's best friend is to keep an eye out for symptoms or abnormal behaviors. One particularly sneaky disease to look out for is called Cushing's disease—also referred to as hyperadrenocorticism. It is a disorder of...read more
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, Cancer accounts for almost half of the deaths of pets over 10 years of age, and early diagnosis is a key to successful treatment. Here are the top ten signs to look for: Abnormal swellings that persist or...read more
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