Medical Conditions

  1. 5 Common Causes of Itching in Pets
    March 01, 2022

    5 Common Causes of Itching in Pets

    Is your pet constantly scratching? Do they have flaky, dry skin, a dull coat or irritable hot spots that need addressing? Find out the five most common causes of what makes your pet itch and how you can help eliminate the main triggers for itchy skin.

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  2. Understanding Lyme Disease
    October 29, 2021

    Understanding Lyme Disease

    Lyme disease, which is a serious infection causing arthritis and lameness, can lead to a number of problems in dogs. If left untreated, it can cause heart, kidney, and neurological problems. In addition, the disease can be transmitted from a dog to a human if the dog bites a human after being bitten by an infected tick.

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  3. Understanding Adrenal Disorders and Your Pet
    October 29, 2021

    Understanding Adrenal Disorders and Your Pet

    Adrenal glands can cause problems in your pet in a number of ways. The side effects of these conditions can cause side effects that can negatively affect your pet’s long-term health. Therefore, it is necessary for pet owners to understand the disorders associated with adrenal disorders in order to keep the pet healthy.

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  4. The Effects of Corneal Irritation
    October 29, 2021

    The Effects of Corneal Irritation

    Corneal irritation, also referred to as keratitis, is a problem that affects the cornea in your pet’s eye. This can lead to scratches and infection if left untreated, which can ultimately lead to blindness.

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  5. Relieving Your Pet's Pain and Inflammation with Corticosteroids
    October 29, 2021

    Relieving Your Pet's Pain and Inflammation with Corticosteroids

    Corticosteroids, which are steroids found naturally in all warm-blooded creatures, are special medications that help relieve pain and inflammation in your pet. These steroids created in the lab are made to mimic the ones found in nature, though they are of a higher concentration than what is found naturally.

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  6. Rabies and Your Pet
    October 29, 2021

    Rabies and Your Pet

    Rabies is a terrible virus that can cause death in your pet. This virus, which affects the nervous system, is also easily transmitted from animal to animal, and from animal to human. Therefore, it is a problem that needs to be taken seriously and steps need to be taken to protect your pet.

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  7. Pet Thyroid Problems
    October 29, 2021

    Pet Thyroid Problems

    The thyroid is a very sensitive organ that can easily malfunction in your pet. Therefore, it is necessary for you to understand the health problems associated with the thyroid so you can monitor potential problems and have them treated by a veterinarian as soon as possible.

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  8. NSAIDs and Relieving Your Pet’s Pain
    October 29, 2021

    NSAIDs and Relieving Your Pet’s Pain

    NSAIDs, or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, are medications created to relieve pain, fever, and inflammation. Many pet owners choose to use NSAIDs to help their pets cope with the pain of knee ligament injuries, arthritis, knee cap dislocation, inflammation in the eyes, abnormal joint cartilage, hip and elbow dyslpasia, and even cancer.

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  9. Diabetes and Your Pet
    October 29, 2021

    Diabetes and Your Pet

    Just as with humans, diabetes mellitus is a serious health problem for pets. No matter what form of diabetes your pet has, it has difficulty processing sugar correctly. This forces your pet’s cells to use other sources of energy, such as fat and muscle proteins.

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  10. Understanding Periodontal Disease
    October 29, 2021

    Understanding Periodontal Disease

    A pet with bad breath should never be taken lightly. In fact, bad breath can be a sign of serious dental problems that can harm the overall health of your pet. Therefore, it is a good idea to understand the stages of periodontal disease as well as how to prevent the problem from advancing to the point of no return.

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