on Wednesday, April 20, 2016
in Symptoms›Eating & Drinking tags: activity, behavior, cat care, cats, digestive, dog care, dogs, eating, kitten, nutrition, pet food, pets, pets and people, puppy, senior, sick cat, sick dog, weight management
Weight loss for no apparent reason is a cause for concern and needs to be investigated by your veterinarian. Some serious diseases can cause your pet to lose weight. The good news is that many of them can be controlled, especially when found at...
on Tuesday, September 13, 2016
in Behavior›Cat Behavior Problem Solving, Symptoms›Behavior & Activity tags: activity, behavior, cat care, cats, digestive, eating, injury, kitten, pets, senior, sick cat
Cats meow to talk to you or to get something from you. Older cats don’t meow to each other. They save meowing for humans. They realize at a young age, that humans respond to meows and will often give them what they want.
In some situations,...
on Wednesday, March 2, 2016
on Monday, August 3, 2015
in Symptoms›Digestive tags: behavior, cat care, cats, diarrhea, digestive, dog care, dogs, kitten, pets, puppy, senior, urinary
on Thursday, November 12, 2015
The ear canal in pets has a vertical portion that goes straight down. It then curves toward the head and has a horizontal part. The eardrum is at the end of the horizontal part.
Infections by bacteria and yeast are the most common ear problems...
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