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Cushing’s Disease

Cushing’s disease, also called hyperadrenocorticism, is when your pet’s adrenal glands or pituitary produce too many corticosteroids. These hormones, specifically cortisol and cortisone, affect the function of many different organs within...

Cat Treats Recalled for Containing Propylene Glycol

Blue Buffalo Company has issued a recall of their Blue Kitty Yums Chicken Recipe cat treats for suspected contamination of low levels of propylene glycol. To date, only one illness has been reported. These treats, sold online or in specialty...

Are Avocados Good for my Cat and Dog?

Avocados are feared to be harmful to cats and dogs. Well, that is undeniable to some but to the veterinary that is a non-worry issue. To start with, the avocado is known to have a substance known as persin which is feared to be toxic to animals,...

Diarrhea in Pets

Does your pet suffer from loose or watery stools or frequent bowel movements? Diarrhea can range from mild to severe, but is a symptom of a larger problem.

Cat Vaccines

In 2013, the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) came out with Feline Vaccination Guidelines. Vaccines are in two categories: Core and Noncore. The core vaccines are ones that every cat should receive. The noncore vaccines are...

Why Do Cats Purr? It’s Not Just Because They’re Happy

CURLING UP WITH your favorite ball of fur as she purrs away is pretty close to heaven, at least for cat folk. Yet, hidden between those vibrations, that most appealing of domestic sounds remains wrapped in mystery, and even a little magic.

Responsible Pet Owners Month

February is Responsible Pet Owners Month, and is therefore a great time to brush up on your facts about what it means to be a responsible and loving pet parent. There’s no question that we love our pets, but we may not always do the things we...