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Understanding Pets And Stress

Vet Talks 3 min read

Pets, just like us, show stress in various ways and we need to be paying attention to the signs they give us since they cannot verbalize their feelings. Stress can be dangerous and, depending on what is causing the stress, it can be life-threatening. This blog will help you better understand pets and stress. Signs...

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Inappropriate Urination in Cats

Vet Talks 4 min read

Is your cat peeing outside of the litter box? Before you get upset, it’s important to understand why your cat may be urinating in places they shouldn’t. Unfortunately, many pet parents jump to the conclusion that their cat is misbehaving or is not well trained instead of looking into the underlying cause. In fact, inappropriate...

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6 Ways to Support Your Pet with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)

Vet Talks 4 min read

Heart failure or congestive heart failure may develop when the heart begins to deteriorate and can no longer pump blood effectively in the body. It’s essential to understand both the causes of heart failure and its early signs and symptoms so you can seek veterinary care as soon as possible and support your little one...

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Canine Leukemia And Feline Leukemia

Vet Talks 5 min read

Unfortunately, leukemia is not an exclusive condition for humans. It can also happen in dogs and cats and they must be treated as serious conditions as well. What some pet parents may not realize is that canine leukemia and feline leukemia are two separate conditions that have more differences beyond affecting different species. What Is...

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Golden retriever dog smiling with his teeth showing

How To Prevent Plaque And Tartar On Your Pet’s Teeth

Vet Talks 3 min read

Humans have the habit to brush their teeth every day but when it comes to our pets, this task can be complicated. Poor hygiene is a big problem as it can cause plaque and tartar that is dangerous for our pets. Unfortunately, it can affect more than 80% of dogs and cats over 3 years...

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Pet cockatiel sitting on top of a cage in a home.

Liver Issues In Birds

Vet Talks 2 min read

The liver is one of the most important organs in the body. It is responsible for many metabolic functions, such as digesting food and filtering the blood, among others. Unfortunately, liver issues in birds are very common as our little feathered friends are very prone to both acute and chronic liver disease. That is why...

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Terrier dog coughing while laying down outside on the grass. Reverse sneezing in dogs.

Reverse Sneezing in Dogs

Vet Talks 3 min read

Have you seen your dog make a noise like they are choking? It may be reverse sneezing, which can happen to any dog, of any age or breed. However, it is more frequent in small breed dogs, including most brachycephalic breeds (dogs with flat noses). What Is Reverse Sneezing? In a normal sneeze, the air...

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white fluffy dog laying on back while a veterinarian assesses the dog's red chest and belly

Yeast Infections In Dogs And Cats

Vet Talks 3 min read

Yeast infections are a common fungal infection in dogs and cats caused by Malassezia, although other types of fungi can be the cause, but less frequently. These organisms are a normal part of the fungal flora on the skin, ears, oral cavity, and body orifices. Under healthy circumstances, this fungi organism is balanced and does...

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Short-haired cat wearing a cone and laying on an examination table in a vet's office. Why you should spay your dog or cat

Why Should You Spay Your Dog Or Cat?

Vet Talks 5 min read

Spaying is a term that refers to the removal of the female reproductive organs, the ovaries and/or the uterus. Some pet owners may have concerns when talking about spaying their pets. You may ask yourself if there are benefits or if you will regret it in the future. So here are some good reasons to...

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Why Should You Neuter Your Dog Or Cat?

Vet Talks 4 min read

Neutering is a term used to refer to the removal of the testicles of a male pet. There are still many people who have doubts about neutering their pets. Some pet owners, especially men, feel like neutering is taking away their pet’s manhood, while many others are afraid of possible weight gain or personality changes....

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