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  • Urinary Incontinence in Dogs and Cats Open link in new window
    11/25/2020
    When a house pet develops urinary incontinence, many owners fear the worst. Urinary incontinence is usually one of easiest problems to solve so it is crucial that veterinary assistance be sought before an owner's patience is completely worn out.
  • Mealtime Enrichment for Cats Open link in new window
    11/25/2020
    Food enrichment provides physical and behavioral wellbeing for the cat and enjoyment for the family.
  • Three Tips to Reduce Barking in Your Dog Open link in new window
    11/17/2020
    How do you lessen annoying barking?
  • Physaloptera (Stomach Worm) in Dogs and Cats Open link in new window
    11/16/2020
    Physaloptera are rare but most common in the Midwestern U.S., particularly in pets with access to the outdoors
  • Dog Walking Tools Open link in new window
    11/16/2020
    Even a well-trained, friendly dog needs to learn to be comfortable on-leash
  • Gallstones in Dogs and Cats Open link in new window
    11/13/2020
    Gallstones form because either the gallbladder isn’t functioning properly or something is wrong with the bile
  • Arthritis in the Neck Can Cause Equine Lameness Open link in new window
    11/13/2020
    It's possible that lameness in a leg is due to a problem in the neck, not the leg
  • Common Diseases of Hedgehogs Open link in new window
    11/10/2020
    If hedgehogs get too fat, they can't roll into a ball to protect themselves
  • Cerebellar Hypoplasia Cats Are Clumsy from Birth Open link in new window
    11/10/2020
    A cat with this disease clearly has balance issues: he walks with his legs widely placed for fear of falling, and places his feet clumsily. He often leans against walls for support. Sitting still, he may look like a fairly normal cat but once focused, tremors begin getting more wobbly as concentration becomes more intense. Despite the obvious impairment, cats with this condition are happy, able to feed themselves and use a litter box, and are felt to have good life quality.
  • Fear of Noises in Dogs and Cats Open link in new window
    11/9/2020
    Often, combinations of treatment methods are needed

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