Cats are securely bonded to their people, too

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Cats have a reputation for being aloof and independent. But a study of the way domestic cats respond to their caregivers suggests that their socio-cognitive abilities and the depth of their human attachments have been underestimated.

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Constipation in Cats: It’s Never Normal

Posts by: Dr. Phil Zeltzman, DVM, DACVS, CVJ

Many cats are notorious for not drinking much water. This makes them prone to constipation. It would be a major error to take this condition lightly. Constipation is never normal. It can lead to a lot of suffering and a poor quality of life, so it . . . → Read More: Constipation in Cats: It’s Never Normal

Our Checklist for Your Pet’s Full-Body Health

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You probably see your pet every day. And he may look perfectly fine to you, but how can you tell if he isn’t? The short answer is sometimes you can’t. That’s why it’s so important to schedule regular wellness visits with your veterinarian — even if your pet seems totally . . . → Read More: Our Checklist for Your Pet’s Full-Body Health

Older Cats with Behavior Problems

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As your cat ages, he or she may experience a decline in cognitive functioning. Your cat’s learning and memory may change, in addition to her sleep cycles, and other day-to-day behaviors. Learn more about cognitive dysfunction in older cats, and how to treat it.

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Blood Transfusions in Dogs and Cats

By Mayank Seth | Article Featured on Veterinary Experts

As we start to provide more advanced healthcare to cats and dogs, blood transfusions are becoming increasingly common and increasingly complex. Blood transfusions in dogs and cats may be needed for many reasons and come in many forms.

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Important Pet Cancer FAQs with Answers

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FETCH would like to recognize Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine, and the University of Pennsylvania, Matthew J. Ryan Veterinary Hospital for contributing content for our list of frequently asked questions.

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Plants That Are Poisonous to Cats

Have you wondered about what plants are poisonous to cats? Plants can add a certain ambiance to your home, and some are even great for cats to chew on or hide in. But quite a few are toxic to cats and can be deadly. Here is a list of some common houseplants that are . . . → Read More: Plants That Are Poisonous to Cats

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) in Cats

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When the heart can’t deliver enough blood to the body and fluid consequently backs up into a cat’s lungs, it’s called congestive heart failure. There are many causes of congestive heart failure in cats. Most commonly it results from a condition that causes the walls of the heart to thicken . . . → Read More: Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) in Cats

Calming Your Dog During A Thunderstorm

I once had a dog named Lightning that was so afraid of thunder he would dart behind our couch for cover. Ironic, I know. Dogs are often afraid of the booming noise and will sometimes be so nervous that they shake. As a dog owner you should do as much as you can to . . . → Read More: Calming Your Dog During A Thunderstorm

Helpful Tips for Living With a Pet Who Is Deaf or Hearing-Impaired

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One of the sweetest things about my profession as a veterinarian is the opportunity to see the love shared between people and pets. What’s even more special is seeing the accommodations people make for pets with disabilities.

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