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Everything You Need to Know About Your Pet's Health

Diet changes for cat and dog liver detox

Pet Diet & Nutrition 3 min read

There are some rules of thumb for a healthier pet, and a cat and dog liver detox might be one of them. This isn’t the first time we will talk about the importance of a healthy liver, and it won’t be the last! Simply because this multifunctional organ is responsible for several processes essential for...

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Featured Articles

Lymphoma Symptoms in Cats: Sydney’s Success

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read

Seeing your precious little one suffer from the uncomfortable lymphoma symptoms in cats is absolutely heartbreaking. But what can you do as a pet parent to support your kitty with this type of cancer? Furmama Silvia thought of a way when her sweet ginger boy received the scary diagnosis. Meet Silvia’s shining star, Sydney! Sadly,...

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Photo of a German Shephard dog running and playing around in the snow to introduce the theme of dog and cat dandruff in the winter

Dealing with dog and cat dandruff in cold weather

Pet Care Tips 4 min read

Have you ever noticed an increase in dog and cat dandruff in the winter? These white specks in your pet’s fur are usually a side-effect of dry skin, allergies, or hormonal deficiencies. Understand how some of the changes in the home routine caused by the cold weather can lead to pet skin issues like dandruff....

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Picture of a white cat laying with belly side up to represent the symptoms of e. coli in dogs and cats

All You Need to Know About E. coli in Dogs and Cats

Vet Talks 3 min read

What if we told you that E. coli in dogs and cats is entirely normal? There’s usually no need to panic, as this bacteria is typically benign and lives in harmony inside your little one’s gut. However, when highly concentrated, it can cause an E. coli infection. And this can be deadly, especially in young...

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Healthy ingredients for pets

Is Thyme Safe for Dogs and Cats?

Herbs For Pets 2 min read

Let’s dive into the many uses of this spice and discover whether Thyme is safe for dogs and cats. But first, let’s understand what made Thyme so popular as a fragrant-lasting evergreen spice used for therapeutic, decorative, and culinary purposes. What is Thymus vulgaris? Thyme is an essential member of the mint family Lamiaceae and...

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Inspiring Pet Tails

A day in the life of a wolf dog hybrid and rescued pit bulls

Inspiring Pet Tails 5 min read

What happens when a wolf dog hybrid, a pit bull and even a parrot live under the same roof? In my experience, adopting and rehabilitating pets that demand special care can sometimes seem overwhelming. But patience, training, proper diet and the right supplements can go a long way. It is all worth it when you...

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Image of Marnie a black and white furry dog that has gallbladder and liver problems in dogs like Marnie

Relieving Gallbladder & Liver Problems in Dogs Like Marnie

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read

Gallbladder and liver problems in dogs can bring so much stress and discomfort to our little ones, but sadly it is one of the most common canine conditions. These issues are often caused by improper diet or past injuries. Laid in between the folds of the liver, the gallbladder helps hold fluid within the body. It also...

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Collage with two photos of Boris, a black cat with inflammatory bowel disease in cats. In the first image he is wearing a cone and is inside a crate. On the second picure he is smelling a bottle of Tumflora, a herbal supplement that helps address inflammatory bowel disease in cats naturally.

Addressing inflammatory bowel disease in cats naturally

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read

Boris had to learn the hard way that inflammatory bowel disease in cats can be a very uncomfortable and stressful condition. This issue, also known as IBD, causes constant inflammation and irritation in your kitty’s gastrointestinal tract (GI). This condition leads not only to damage to your cat’s digestive tract but also to prevent the...

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Andy and the symptoms of collapsed trachea in dogs

How Andy Lives with Symptoms of Collapsed Trachea in Dogs

Inspiring Pet Tails 4 min read

Andy’s mom learned the hard way that symptoms of collapsed trachea in dogs can creep in on you. This sweet boy started showing very minor signs of coughing at first, so the vet’s result was unclear. But only a year later, Andy was diagnosed with stage 1 collapsed trachea. Despite knowing that tracheal collapse is...

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Pet Care Tips

Why You Shouldn’t Use an Immune Booster for Dogs

Pet Care Tips 4 min read

We often see pet parents looking for an immune booster for dogs, and it’s about time we explain why that’s not a good idea. Supporting your little one’s immune system is, in fact, crucial to help them live a healthier, happier, and longer life. Still, an overactive immunity can be just as dangerous as a...

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Dog being examined by a veterinarian.

Types of Lymphoma in Dogs and Cats

Featured Articles 4 min read

Lymphoma in dogs and cats is one of the most commonly diagnosed conditions. While hearing a vet utter the word “lymphoma” can cause a rollercoaster of emotions, it’s important that we, as pet parents do everything we can to help our pets live a full and comfortable life despite their diagnosis. Educating ourselves on the...

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Louie and Bladder Cancer in Dogs. Louie is looking at the camera pondering about his next meal.

Louie and Bladder Cancer in Dogs

Pet Care Tips 3 min read

When this 10-year-old pup, Louie, was diagnosed with bladder cancer, the vet said he only had three months left in him. But 5 months later, against all odds, he is still going strong. Read more to see how this little guy lives to the fullest despite the grim prognosis.   A Glance at Louie’s Life...

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small exotic pets

Are small exotic pets the perfect match for your family?

Pet Care Tips 6 min read

Tiny and personable, small exotic pets like bunnies, hamsters, guinea pigs, hedgehogs, and ferrets are becoming more common as household pets. However, there is often a misconception about these furkiddos. Many people think that they are easier to take care of, less demanding, and less costly than dogs or cats. But these little animals actually...

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Vet Talks

Cat flu season: viral infections in colder months

Vet Talks 4 min read

As humans, we know too well that when the temperatures start to drop, flu season is just around the corner. As pet parents, we might be worried that the same can happen to our little ones. Even though there is a chance of higher infection of kennel cough in dogs or cat flu near the...

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Photo of a ginger cat having their teeth brushed by a human to illustrate Stomatitis and how you can help

Managing Cat Stomatitis and Severe Symptoms

Vet Talks 3 min read

Overlooking the importance of routine dental cleaning in your kitty can lead to severe oral health issues like cat stomatitis, gingivitis and periodontal disease. Feline kiddos can be very independent in grooming themselves and worrying about other aspects of their hygiene. But when it comes to your kitty’s mouth health, regular tooth brushing and visits...

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Image of a gray bunny with very long ears to illustrate an article about rabbit head tilt and e. cuniculi in bunnies.

How to deal with the dreadful rabbit head tilt?

Vet Talks 3 min read

As a bunny parent, you have probably heard that the rabbit head tilt is one of the scariest symptoms of E. cuniculi. But what is this disease that infects more than 50% of rabbits worldwide after all? E. cuniculi is short for Encephalitozoon cuniculi, a primitive fungus. This fungal infection affects mainly rabbits but can occasionally happen in mice, guinea...

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Avoiding Cat Spraying and Dog Marking

Avoiding Cat Spraying and Dog Marking

Vet Talks 3 min read

Potty training is a great way to avoid pee accidents around the house, but it might not be enough when it comes to cat spraying and dog marking. Most pet parents think that inappropriate urination in kitties and pups is a hormonal response more commonly seen in intact males. Although that is part of the...

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