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Latest News: Illness & Disease

Luxating Patella in Dogs

You’ve probably heard of a “trick knee” in humans, but did you know that our canine companions can also suffer from chronically dislocating joints? Here is what you need to know...

Posted: September 30, 2021

Why is my dog licking or chewing its paws?

Occasional licking is typical dog behavior. Normal grooming is no cause for concern, but when pet parents notice their pup obsessively lapping and chewing at his paws, it’s time to investigate...

Posted: August 31, 2021

Why is my cat drooling?

Pavlov conducted his famous behavioral experiment on dogs rather than cats for a good reason: unlike pups, cats don’t typically salivate in response to the sight or smell of food. For dog...

Posted: July 15, 2021

What is the lump under my dog’s skin?

One moment, you’re relaxing at home cuddled up with your furbaby, and the next, your stomach drops. When you’re a pet parent, finding a strange lump or bump on your dog can send you...

Posted: May 13, 2021

Why won’t my cat use the litter box?

At some point, most cat owners will be dismayed to find poop or pee somewhere unexpected. While the occasional litter box accident is an inconvenience, frequent ones are cause for concern. Cats...

Posted: April 30, 2021

The First Signs of Parvo

For new pet parents, just the mention of Parvo may inspire dread. Symptoms are known to set in suddenly, and dogs are at the highest risk of death just 24-72 hours from when they first become ill...

Posted: April 16, 2021

Alternatives to Giving Pills to Cats

Giving pills to cats can be time-consuming and stressful — for both you and your pet. Nobody questions your devotion to your kitty, as even a minor health scare can seem like a CATastrophe...

Posted: February 11, 2021

Do Dogs & Cats Get Cataracts?

Have you ever noticed that your pet’s eyes are becoming cloudy? Is he or she seems to be bumping into things? It could be due to cataracts. Dogs and cats can develop cataracts just like people!...

Posted: January 29, 2021