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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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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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Cat and Dog Enrichment Toys For Active Minds

Vet Talks 3 min read

Keeping your little one’s brain and body active is extremely important, and that’s where cat and dog enrichment toys come in! Mind and environmental enrichment games may help to slow down the symptoms and progression of cognitive dysfunctions, especially in older pets. Increased playtime is a great way to show your love, bond with your...

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Dog and Cat Acne - What You Need To Know

Dog and Cat Acne – What You Need to Know

Vet Talks 4 min read

When it comes to skin issues in pets, dog and cat acne is among the most common. Although quite uncomfortable, these skin lumps can be easily addressed or prevented with good hygiene habits and a balanced diet. But, if left untreated, acne can lead to serious complications in your pet. What is Cat Acne? Commonly...

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Know How and When to Give Supplements to Birds

Vet Talks 3 min read

Did you know that other less traditional pets can also benefit from natural herbal supplements? However, each feathery, scaly, or furry friend has a unique little body and different needs. This is especially true with exotic animals like birds! So here are some tips on how to give supplements to your feathered kiddos. Can birds...

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Brown horse running with a German shepherd in a field on a sunny day. Comparing symptoms of Cushing's disease in dogs and cats.

Comparing Symptoms of Cushing’s Disease in Dogs, Cats, and Horses

Vet Talks 4 min read

Cushing’s disease, also known as “hyperadrenocorticism” (HAC), is a very common problem in the canine world. It is not as common in other species like cats, goats, and pigs, but it is the most common adrenal issue in horses. The symptoms of Cushing’s disease in dogs, cats, horses and other species may vary. What is...

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why do dogs lick their paws

Why Do Dogs Lick Their Paws?

Vet Talks 4 min read

Dogs need special care with food, exercise, and vaccinations. Even though they are very important, other things are often left aside and forgotten by many pet parents. Proper care of the dog’s paws, which are extremely important for their health and well-being, is one of those things. It is one of the most important parts...

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