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Kidney Disease in Cats (May 2019)

Kidney disease in cats is far too common among domestic kitties, so it's crucial that, as a cat owner, you understand what it is, what the symptoms are, etc. Unfortunately, to the untrained eye, kidney disease isn't so easily spotted in cats. The first few symptoms may go totally under the radar. Kidney disease affects... Continue Reading →

Amyloidosis in Dogs (May 2019)

Happy Wednesday, guys! Today we're going to talk about amyloidosis, something that plagues the dog population but isn't really all that well-known in owners. There are a lot of potential problems that owners need to keep track of to ensure their dogs are safe, healthy, and happy. Fortunately, this is an easy one to understand... Continue Reading →

What is Cat-Scratch Fever? (May 2019)

Cat-scratch fever, formally known as cat-scratch disease or CSD, is a bacterial infection that is spread from kitties. This bacterial infection is able to be spread to humans through scratching and biting. What is Cat-Scratch Fever? The bacterial infection is called by the Bartonella henselae, which is a bacterium that is found in up to 40% of the... Continue Reading →

Leptospirosis in Dogs (May 2019)

The other day I spoke about leptospirosis in cats, but did you know leptospirosis affects dogs, as well? Leptospirosis runs rampant in both the feline and canine community. As a dog owner, it's important that you educate yourself on the matter and stay as informed as possible. What is Leptospirosis in Dogs? Leptospirosis is an infection... Continue Reading →

Leptospirosis in Cats (May 2019)

Though this is a rare one, this type of bacterial infection is serious, can be potentially fatal, and spreads to other cats - even humans. What is Leptospirosis? Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection that affects both domestic and feral cats alike. The infection enters the body through the skin and develops further within the central... Continue Reading →

Mastitis in Dogs (May 2019)

Mastitis occurs due to an infection in a dog's mammary glands, so it most often happens in female dogs who are nursing a litter of puppies. Male dogs, however, can also go through this type of infection, though it's not as common. Types of Mastitis Though mastitis is the general term, there are two different... Continue Reading →

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