5 Subtle Yet Visible Signs that Your Cat is Aging

5 Subtle Yet Visible Signs that Your Cat is Aging

By Jessica Vogelsang, DVM | Featured on PetMD

“Cats are the great pretenders.” So goes one of the common tropes of feline ownership, and in many cases it’s true. Cats are subtle creatures, not ones for making a big scene whenever they feel under . . . → Read More: 5 Subtle Yet Visible Signs that Your Cat is Aging

Top 10 Signs of Cancer in Pets

Original Article By Petmd

Cancer is the #1 Disease-Related Killer of Pets

Many people do not realize that cancer is not just a human condition; it affects

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5 Scary Consequences of Neglecting Your Dog’s Teeth

5 Scary Consequences of Neglecting Your Dog’s Teeth

Original Article By Paula Fitzsimmons at PetMD

You already know that not taking care of your dog’s teeth can lead to periodontal disease, a condition that results in bleeding gums, bad breath, and ultimately tooth loss. “Periodontal disease starts under the gum line with a substance . . . → Read More: 5 Scary Consequences of Neglecting Your Dog’s Teeth

7 Signs That Your Cat Might Have Arthritis

7 Signs That Your Cat Might Have Arthritis

Article Found on CatHealth.com

Arthritis isn’t just a condition suffered by people; cats can develop it, too. While it seems to be that cats are a bit more resistant to the effects of joint degeneration than dogs, older cats can still suffer from it, and it . . . → Read More: 7 Signs That Your Cat Might Have Arthritis

5 Signs of Gum Disease in Dogs

5 Signs of Gum Disease in Dogs

By Kerri Fivecoat-Campbell | Found on PetMD

Bacteria are everywhere on human and canine bodies, but when they get under your dog’s gums in the form of plaque, they can lead to gum disease, the most common dental condition that occurs in adult dogs, according to the . . . → Read More: 5 Signs of Gum Disease in Dogs

Bone Problems That Can Affect Your Pet

Bone Problems That Can Affect Your Pet

By Mindy Cohan, VMD

Maintaining good bone health is essential for a pet’s well-being since they provide crucial support for the entire body. There are a wide variety of bone diseases that can affect pets, yet many present with similar symptoms, such as limping and pain. It . . . → Read More: Bone Problems That Can Affect Your Pet

Canine Hypothyroidism: How to Spot and Treat This Subtle Disease

Canine Hypothyroidism: How to Spot and Treat This Subtle Disease

Article Found on VetStreet

Although our feline companions can suffer from hyperthyroidism, the majority of dogs with thyroid problems will have the opposite condition — hypothyroidism.

Hypothyroidism occurs when the thyroid glands do not produce enough thyroid hormones. If a dog is hypothyroid, there . . . → Read More: Canine Hypothyroidism: How to Spot and Treat This Subtle Disease

Your Dog’s Gums: Problems to Watch For

By Teresa Traverse | Found on PetMD

Gums can be an often-overlooked part of a dog’s mouth, but they’re just as important to keep clean and healthy as your dog’s teeth. Below, learn more about what color your dog’s gums should be, gum problem to look out for and how to help your dog maintain . . . → Read More: Your Dog’s Gums: Problems to Watch For

Salmonella and Your Dog 101

Article by Dr. Mike Paul, DVM | Found on PetHealthNetwork

Salmonella is a wide-spread and very significant bacterial organism that affects many species of animals, including humans. It affects warm blooded as well as cold blooded animals. A member of the bacterial family, Enterobacteriaceae Salmonella is spread either directly or indirectly by fecal-oral contamination . . . → Read More: Salmonella and Your Dog 101

5 Reasons You Should Take Lyme Disease Seriously

5 Reasons You Should Take Lyme Disease Seriously

Article By Paula Fitzsimmons | Featured on PetMD

You’re looking forward to a trip to the park with your canine companion. The weather is perfect, the greenery in full bloom, and your dog is staring at you, eagerly waiting to get out. Before leaving the house, . . . → Read More: 5 Reasons You Should Take Lyme Disease Seriously