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  1. 5 Advantages for Kids Who Grow Up With Dogs

    ... those who did not. They believe that exposure to dogs ( cats, too! ) may have positively boosted the maturation of their immune system ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 05/23/2017 - 11:59

  2. Bad Breath: The Silent Disease

    ... you need to know about dental/oral disease in dogs and cats.   Here are the top 10 things you need to know: ... disease is the #1 diagnosed problem in dogs and cats. By age 3, 85% of dogs & cats are affected with some level of dental ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 06/19/2017 - 10:07

  3. What is Feline Hyperthyroidism?

    One of the most common diseases affecting older cats, hyperthyroidism is caused by the overproduction of thyroid hormones that ... can be easily managed and with treatment, most cats continue to live full, healthy lives. What causes hyperthyroidism? ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 01/03/2017 - 08:37

  4. What’s Poisonous to Pets? Part 3: Molds and Other Fungi

    ... However, it wasn’t until 2007 when two Himalayan cats died from pulmonary hemorrhaging that it was determined to be ... damage any other cells it contacts. In the case of the two cats that died in 2007, they suffered pulmonary hemorrhages while under routine ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 07/30/2016 - 14:14

  5. How Hot is Too Hot? Heat Stress in Pets

    ... the direct sun. Additionally, short-nosed breeds of dogs and cats (like pugs, Boston terriers and Persians) and overweight or obese pets are ... Heat Stress Normal body temperature for dogs and cats ranges from 101 – 102.5. Anything higher than 103.5 is considered ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 09/21/2016 - 10:19

  6. 6 Things That Can Improve Your Cat’s Wellness

    ... 2. Watch Your Cat’s Weight Just like humans, cats gain weight when they are inactive. They may also get larger after they ... major issues. 5. Use Non-Chemical Pest Control Cats attract fleas and worms. To keep these pests away, it is essential to have ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 07/30/2016 - 14:14

  7. My Cat Stopped Eating. Should I Take Him to a Vet?

    Everybody knows that cats can be picky eaters. If your cat stopped eating, it could be a symptom of ... He can also be experiencing motion sickness from the trip. Cats establish routines, and a new home could upset your pet. A new member of ... Blog Category:  Cats ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 09/21/2016 - 10:54

  8. Training Kitty to Walk on a Cat Harness

      Cats are known for many things, but training them to walk on a cat harness is not one of them. In fact, most people think that cats can’t be trained! January is Walk Your Pet month, though, and since ... our feline friends. Hundreds of websites will tell you: cats are relatively easily trained. But you have to keep in mind that they ...

    Blog - ahsan - 09/21/2016 - 08:47

  9. How to Give Your Cat a Pill

    ... done with it, though, to be sure the pill was eaten. Some cats will eat a pill willingly for a while and then, inexplicably, stop. For cats that won't willingly eat their medications, other methods must be used. ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 08/01/2017 - 08:56

  10. New Year's Resolutions for You and Your Pet

    ... your veterinarian before trying new foods. Because cats are strict ( obligate ) carnivores and do not have a requirement for ... with your cat requires a little more creativity. Some cats will accept harnesses and leashes , though they usually won't accept ...

    Blog - vet-admin-4 - 12/29/2017 - 13:54