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Giving the Gift of a Pet

The holiday season brings gift giving, and many people consider the possibility of giving a pet as a gift. After all, a pet is a wonderful addition to any family, bringing fun, laughter, and lots of joy all year round. But pets also bring a lot...

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Music for Cats

Classical music composer and National Symphony Orchestra cellist David Teie has recently released music designed specifically for a feline's listening pleasure! Teie has been working on the development of music that could appeal to a particular...

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Pancreatitis in Cats and Dogs

Pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas, an organ in the abdomen. The pancreas has two functions.   

It produces hormones to control the amount of sugar in the body. One of these hormones is insulin. If the pancreas is not producing enough...

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Seizures in Pets

A seizure is uncontrolled activity in the brain that can cause a variety of signs. The most common ones include stiffening or falling over, paddling of legs, and shaking. The pet may pass urine or stool or salivate.  Some dogs, but not cats, will...

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Heart Disease in Pets

Yes; pets get heart disease too just like people. Aging pets most often die from kidney disease or heart disease. There are several different types of heart disease, but many pets do not suffer from blockages in blood vessels as people do....

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Liver Disease

Our pets, just like us, have many different organs that make up their bodies. All are important and work together to keep your dog or cat healthy. After the brain and heart, the liver is arguably the most important organ in the body. It is...

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