Choke – An Equine Emergency

Finding your horse in distress can be a frightening experience for any owner, and choke is such a condition.  A horse with choke should be considered as an equine emergency that should be dealt with by an equine vet.  But what causes choke and what should you do to help your horse while you wait […]

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Why Does Your Dog Have Watery Eyes?

If you are a dog owner, you no doubt feel that your pooch is a part of the family and not just a pet. For this reason, it’s important to keep abreast of all of your dog’s health problems. Something that can occur regularly with dogs is watery eyes. If you notice that your dog’s […]

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Heart Failure and Your Cat

Older cats often show subtle symptoms of heart problems that can go unnoticed until the problem is serious and potentially life threatening.  So what causes heart failure in cats, what signs and symptoms should you look out for and what can your vet do to help?  Read on for more information. What is heart failure […]

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Why is my cat losing all this fur?

If you have a cat that is losing large amounts of fur, it can be quite worrying. Here are some reasons that cats lose fur. Seasonal moulting As summer approaches, cats naturally shed fur to help them deal with the increasing heat.  The amount of fur each cat sheds depends on its natural coat, but […]

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Guide to Picking the Right Vet Clinic

For many pet owners, pets are like family and so they want what’s best for their playful companions. Whether you want to take your pet to the vet for routine checkup or because you think there’s something is wrong with it, you should select a good clinic. Here are some essential tips to help you […]

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How to Introduce Your New Cat to Your Current Cat

There are plenty of reasons to get a second cat, but, unfortunately, there are also plenty of ways to mess up their all-important first meeting. Some owners find that just putting them together and letting them work things out naturally will be fine, but it’s worth remembering that these are territorial animals that might not […]

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Caring For A Dog With Cushing’s Disease

Of all the varied diseases and conditions that can strike a dog down in its later years, Cushing’s disease is one of the most feared by dog owners. This dysfunction of the dog’s endocrine glands may be barely noticeable at first, but without proper treatment a dog suffering from this chronic illness can decline alarmingly […]

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