Discover The Causes Of Pain In Cats

Experts define pain as “an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage.” […]

What Causes Pain In Dogs?

Dogs will rarely cry or whine unless they are in severe pain. […]

Chronic Kidney Disease In Cats – About The Disease

CKD affects approximately 35% of geriatric cats and up to 10% of cats that visit veterinary clinics. The disease is progressive over time and occurs where there is long-standing, irreversible damage to the kidneys that weakens their ability to remove waste products from the blood and regulate other essential functions. […]

CKD A Common Disease In Domestic Cats

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a common, progressive and debilitating disease in cats, affecting a large number of cats crossing consulting room tables in veterinary clinics. The prevalence of feline CKD increases with age. Geriatric cats in general often develop some degree of kidney disease. […]

Causes Of Feline Chronic Kidney Disease

The feline kidneys are paired organs that reside in the dorsal abdomen. One is situated on the left and the other on the right. […]

CKD – The Silent Disease

The crucial functions of the kidneys include removing toxins and excess water from the body; maintaining water, salt and acid balance; producing hormones and maintaining normal blood pressure. […]

Pet Diabetes

What is pet diabetes? How common is diabetes in pets? What signs should I look out for? How is diabetes diagnosed? How is diabetes managed in pets? […]

What You Need To Know About Zoonotic Diseases

A zoonotic disease (or zoonosis) is a type of disease that passes from an animal or insect to a human. […]

Companion Animals and Coronavirus

There are various types of coronaviruses. This article looks at the differences between the two types you should know about. […]

Osteoarthritis in dogs

Osteoarthritis In Dogs

Dogs, just like humans, can also suffer from osteoarthritis (OA), sometimes called degenerative joint disease. […]

What You Should Know About Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA) or degenerative joint disease (DJD) is the terminology used when referring to a form of chronic joint inflammation that is a progressive and permanent disease of joints. […]

What Is Osteoarthritis?

Osteoarthritis (OA) or degenerative joint disease (DJD) is the terminology used when referring to a form of chronic joint inflammation that is a progressive and permanent disease of joints. […]

Diabetes In Cats: Symptoms

More and more cats are developing diabetes mellitus. Cat owners need to act on this alarming fact by learning more about this chronic disease. […]

The Management And Prevention Of Diabetes In Dogs

While diabetes in dogs may not be curable, it can be managed quite successfully. Here is an overview of how to manage and treat diabetes in dogs. […]

The Importance Of Catching And Diagnosing Diabetes In Dogs Early

Unfortunately, there is no cure for diabetes. That’s why it’s important to notice and address the signs of diabetes in dogs early. With treatment and proper management, a healthier and longer life is possible. […]

Diabetes in dogs what to look out for

Diabetes In Dogs: Symptoms

The occurrence of diabetes in canines is increasing. Find out what it is and what symptoms to watch for. […]

Overview of cancer causes and signs in dogs

An Overview Of Cancer Causes And Signs In Dogs

Better health care and improved nutrition have increased the average lifespan of canines. Unfortunately, with old age comes greater cancer risks. […]

Facts about your cats heart

Facts About Your Cat’s Heart

The body needs oxygen-rich blood. The heart makes sure this blood gets around. Then, once the oxygen-depleted blood goes through the lung fields, the cycle repeats. A cat’s heart is a small yet impressive organ which works around the clock. […]

Types of rare cancers in cats

Types Of Rare Cancers In Cats

The following tumours and cancers are rare in cats: Brain tumours, Liver tumours, Lung tumours, Mammary tumours and Nasal tumours. Read more about it here. […]

Diagnosing, Treating & Preventing Cancer In Cats

It’s important to find and treat cancer in cats as early as possible because many types of tumours in cats tend to form, grow and spread quickly. With the appropriate treatment, long-term prognosis can be improved. […]

Overview of cancer in cats

An Overview Of Cancer In Cats

It’s unclear what causes most cancers in cats. Fortunately for cat owners, feline cancer is not as common as cancer in dogs. Still, it’s good to be aware of the signs of cancer in cats […]

Canaine cancers part 1

10 Common Canine Cancers: Part 2

This is Part 2 of Common Canine Cancers: Read Part 1 first. […]

Canaine cancers part 2

10 Common Canine Cancers: Part 1

Cancer is a complex disease that is unfortunately very common in both humans and dogs. It can be triggered by various things such as environmental, genetic and lifestyle factors. […]

Ear infections in cats

Ear Infections In Cats: Signs, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention

Luckily, when it comes to ear infections, cats are not as vulnerable as dogs. Still, when they do get them, the effects can be painful and even cause damage if left untreated. […]

Ear infections in dogs

Ear Infections In Dogs: Treatment & Prevention

If your dog has an ear infection, it’s really important to approach the problem properly. The safest and smartest first step would be to contact your veterinarian. […]

Ear infections in dogs signs causes diagnosis treatment and prevention

Ear Infections In Dogs: Signs, Causes & Diagnosis

The first thing you should know is that ear infections in dogs are quite common. The important thing is to address signs and symptoms as soon as you notice them. […]

Causes and signs of yeast infection in dogs

The Causes And Signs Of Yeast Infection In Dogs

Yeasts are microscopic fungi. Opportunistic fungi can increase and cause skin, paw and ear infections when the circumstances are right. The condition can be super uncomfortable and should be addressed as soon as possible […]

Overview of stud tails in cats

An Overview Of Stud Tail In Cats

If you haven’t heard of stud tail in cats, or want to know more, here’s a handy overview. […]

Common skin problems in cats

A List Of Common Skin Problems In Cats

Excessive grooming, head shaking and scratching can all be signs of cat skin problems. You should always pay attention and investigate when your cat’s behavioural patterns change. […]

What causes your dogs skin problems

What’s Causing Your Dog’s Skin Problems?

Nobody likes having an itchy or irritated skin and your dog is no different. Unfortunately, skin problems are very common in canines and shouldn’t be ignored. […]

eye conditions in dogs part 2

A List Of Common Eye Conditions In Canines: Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of common eye conditions in canines. […]

A List Of Common Eye Conditions In Canines: Part 1

Dogs’ eyes are very important organs that help them form images of the world. Threats to healthy eyes include injuries, conditions and diseases. […]

A List Of Common Eye Conditions In Felines

Cats have very unique and beautiful eyes. They can detect much more light than we can, however, their colour vision is limited. Threats to healthy eyes include injuries, conditions and diseases. […]

Cat Anxiety

As in humans, stress and anxiety in cats can impair the ability to function and further aggravate existing physical conditions. Any change in a cat’s environment can cause stress and anxiety. […]

stress in dogs

Stress In Dogs

Dogs, like humans, can experience chronic stress causing a variety of physical issues that can develop into serious health problems. Prolonged stress may also affect a dog’s emotional state making him more aggressive or potentially dangerous. […]

Ear Infections In Cats

Ear infections, causing painful itchiness and irritation, are not as common in cats as they are in dogs. Although ear infections themselves are problematic, there can be underlying causes of the inflammation of the external ear canals […]

Chronic Ear Infections In Dogs

Ear infections, causing painful itchiness and irritation, are one of the most common problems afflicting dogs. Although ear infections themselves are problematic, there are usually underlying causes […]

Pain Management For Your Dog

Like humans, dogs are happier when they are healthy and pain-free. The thing is, it’s not always obvious when a dog is experiencing discomfort. It’s up to dog owners to learn about signs and symptoms of pain […]

Constipation In Cats

Constipation is the inability to routinely and easily evacuate the bowels resulting in retention of faeces or passage of hard, dry faeces. When a cat is constipated, the colon […]

Constipation In Dogs

Constipation is the inability to routinely and easily evacuate the bowels resulting in retention of faeces or passage of hard, dry faeces. When a dog is constipated, the colon […]

Abscesses In Dogs

A common skin condition in dogs is an abscess that can form if an irritation worsens or if bacteria invades the skin. An abscess can be quite unsightly and alarming and can be found on almost any part of a dog’s body. […]

Abscesses In Cats

A common skin condition in cats is an abscess that can form if an irritation worsens or if bacteria invades the skin. An abscess can be quite unsightly and alarming and can be found on almost any part of a cat’s body. […]

Acid Or Gastroesophageal Reflux (GERD) In Cats

Cats, like humans, can suffer from acid or gastroesophageal reflux disease, GERD. Acid reflux is quite common in cats and while younger cats are at greater risk, cats of all ages may be susceptible. […]

Acid Reflux or Gerd in Dogs

Acid Or Gastroesophageal Reflux (GERD) In Dogs

Dogs, like humans, can suffer from acid or gastroesophageal reflux disease, GERD. Acid reflux is quite common in dogs and while puppies are at greater risk, dogs of all ages may be susceptible. […]

Acute Diarrhoea In Cats

Cats with acute diarrhoea may defecate more frequently, and may have softer, looser or more watery faeces. Blood, mucus, or even parasites may be visible in or on their stools and they may have accidents in the house. […]

Acute Diarrhoea In Dogs

Dogs with acute diarrhoea may defecate more frequently, and may have softer, looser or more watery faeces. Blood, mucus, or even parasites may be visible in or on their stools and they may have accidents in the house. […]

Diabetes In Dogs

Diabetes, or diabetes mellitus in dogs, is a chronic disease caused when the body cannot properly respond to the hormone insulin, which is produced and release by the pancreas. […]

diabetes in cats

Diabetes In Cats

Feline diabetes, or diabetes mellitus, is a disease caused when the body cannot properly respond to the hormone insulin, which is produced and released by the pancreas. As in the human body, the cells in a cat’s body need […]

A Heart-To-Heart About Pet Heart Health

If you love your pets with all your heart it’s important to know more about their hearts and what may happen to this vital organ during the course of their lives. […]

Vaccinate against kennel cough

Vaccinate Against Kennel Cough

Kennel Cough is an infectious respiratory disease of dogs which usually results in a persistent, dry hacking cough. Usually found in environments where there has been recent contact with a single or group of infected dogs. […]

Aspiration (Or Inhalation) Pneumonia In Dogs

Dog owners need to be aware of the risk of aspiration (or inhalation) pneumonia. What is aspiration (or inhalation) pneumonia? Aspiration pneumonia, also called inhalation pneumonia, occurs when a dog’s lungs become inflamed […]

What you need to know about heart attacks in dogs

What You Need To Know About Heart Attacks In Dogs

The heart muscle is called the myocardium. An infarction is the obstruction of the blood supply to an organ or region of tissue. Myocardial infarction, which literally means ‘heart tissue damage or death’, […]

heart disease in dogs

Heart Disease In Dogs

It’s terrible to think about it, but pets can also suffer from heart problems. Congenital heart disease (heart disease that’s been there from birth) is usually picked up in puppies and is not that common. […]

Dog Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic Cancer (Adenocarcinoma) In Dogs

The pancreas is a gland organ in the digestive and endocrine systems. It is responsible for hormonal and digestive functions. Pancreatic cancer develops as abnormal pancreatic cells multiply rapidly in the pancreas. […]

Cat Stomach Cancer

Stomach And Intestinal Cancer (Leiomyosarcoma) In Cats

Stomach and intestinal cancer is also known as leiomyosarcoma, which arises from the smooth muscles of the stomach and intestines. Leiomyosarcoma is an uncommon cancerous tumor that is an extremely serious and painful disease. […]

at home management for cats with ckd

At Home Management For Cats With CKD

Once a cat has been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD), a few things need to happen. […]

10 tips for caring for cats with kidney failure

10 Tips For Cat Owners – Caring For A Cat With CKD

Stay positive, familiarise yourself with the disease, […]

Facts About A Dog’s Heart

Studies show that people who own pets are healthier, have fewer heart attacks and live longer. Happy, healthy dogs also live longer than unhealthy, unhappy dogs. […]

world rabies day

World Rabies Day – Awareness & Prevention Efforts

Rabies spreads when the saliva of an infected animal – through a bite or otherwise – comes into contact with broken skin (which includes scabs) or the eyes, nose or mouth of another animal or person. World Rabies Day […]

Rabies- diagnosis, prevention and the value of vaccination

Rabies: Diagnosis, Prevention & The Value Of Vaccination

Rabies is a dangerous, fatal viral disease that can be contracted by animals and humans. Animals are typically the transmitters and dogs alone are responsible for 99% of related deaths. […]

CHF as a result of DCM

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) As A Result Of Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM)

Did you know that canine heart disease is just as dangerous in dogs as it is in people? The heart is one of the most miraculous “machines” that works like a pump and beats thousands of times per day. […]

CHF as a result of MVD

Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) As A Result Of Atrioventricular Valvular Insufficiency (AVVI)

Did you know that canine heart disease is just as dangerous in dogs as it is in people? The heart is one of the most miraculous “machines” that works like a pump and beats thousands of times per day […]

Health Issues & Conditions In Specific Dog Breeds

A big part of a dog’s general wellbeing is their health. Unfortunately some breeds are more likely to suffer from certain conditions than others. These breeds are: Bulldogs, Beagles & Boxers. However, they’re not the only ones. […]

Cat Eye Inflammation

Eye Inflammation (Anterior Uveitis) In Cats

Uveitis is one of the most common eye disorders in cats and can be extremely serious. Without medical attention, your cat’s eyesight is at great risk. […]

What You Need To Know About Epilepsy In Dogs

Epilepsy is a brain disorder that is more common in dogs than in cats. […]

Epilepsy & Seizures In Dogs

Pets, including dogs, can also suffer from seizures. They occur when there is ‘explosive’ electrical activity in the brain and are often described as an uncoordinated firing of the neurons. Why neurons do not function normally is not understood […]

What to do during a dog seizure

What To Do During A Dog’s Seizure

There are often warning signs when a dog is about to have a seizure. A dog may begin to act scared, dazed, stressed or anxious without cause. Dogs may also have trouble seeing, experience muscle and limb contractions, and even lose bowel and bladder control. […]

Epilepsy can be managed

Dog Epilepsy Can Be Managed

Epilepsy in dogs is a common condition that cannot be cured, but it can be managed so your dog can have a full and happy life. Successful management requires lifelong medical attention and knowing what to do to best manage your dog’s condition. […]

Osteoarthritis In Cats

Cats are natural survivors and masters at hiding pain, which means discomfort and illness often go unnoticed. If owners and veterinarians can’t see any issues, no diagnosis can be made which means symptoms and pain caused by diseases go untreated. […]

Upper Respiratory Infections In Cats

A cat’s respiratory system consists of the large and small airways and the lungs. As a cat breathes air in through its nose or mouth, the air travels down the trachea, which divides into the tubes known as […]

Epilepsy In Dogs

Not everyone knows that dogs can suffer from epilepsy. Find out everything you need to know about epilepsy in dogs. […]

Anaemia Due To Iron Deficiency In Dogs

Anaemia is not a specific disease and doesn’t present in isolation, but is a symptom or condition that occurs as a result of other processes going on. When a dog has anaemia there is a drop in the number of red blood cells in the bloodstream. […]

Anaemia Due To Iron Deficiency In Cats

Anaemia is not a specific disease and doesn’t present in isolation but is a symptom or condition that occurs as a result of other processes going on. When a cat has anaemia there is a drop in the number of red blood cells in […]

Rabies in pets

Rabies In Pets

Whenever you hear the word ‘rabies’ you should pay attention. Mammals – for our purposes humans, dogs and cats – can all get rabies. Rabies is a deadly virus and survival is […]

Feline Aids

What You Need To Know About Feline Aids

Feline aids, or feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), is a complex retrovirus that only cats can contract. It is the same class of virus as HIV (a lentivirus), but it causes immunodeficiency disease in domestic cats (weakening of the immune system). […]

Enlarged Heart (Dilated Cardiomyopathy) In Cats

Did you know that feline heart disease is just as dangerous in cats as it is in people? What is an enlarged heart? […]

Cat Heart Disease

Heart Disease In Cats

We don’t want to know or think about it, but cats, just like people, can also suffer from heart disease. Any disease that affects the heart muscle is called cardiomyopathy and can lead to heart failure. […]

Facts About Your Cat’s Eyes

Cats are weird, wonderful and rumoured to be wise… especially when you look in their eyes! But, how do they actually view the world around them? […]

Kidney toxicity

Kidney Toxicity (Drug Induced Nephrotoxicity) In Dogs

Like human kidneys, a dog’s kidneys balance certain substances in the blood and filter out and excrete the body’s waste as urine. Some drugs administered for the purpose of diagnosing or treating another medical disorder may have toxic effects on a dog’s kidneys. […]

Anxiety and phobias in dogs

Anxiety In Dogs – Fears & Phobias

Anxiety or fear is the feeling that something bad or unpleasant will happen. It is related to uneasiness, nervousness, restlessness, tension and dread. […]

How Rabies it Spreads

Rabies: How It Spreads, The Signs & Why Vaccination Is Vital

Rabies is a zoonotic viral disease, meaning a disease that normally exists in domestic and wild animals that can infect humans. It attacks the central nervous system and once symptoms develop, it’s almost always fatal. […]

Experts define pain as "an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage." […]
Dogs will rarely cry or whine unless they are in severe pain. […]
CKD affects approximately 35% of geriatric cats and up to 10% of cats that visit veterinary clinics. The disease is
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a common, progressive and debilitating disease in cats, affecting a large number of cats crossing
The feline kidneys are paired organs that reside in the dorsal abdomen. One is situated on the left and the
The crucial functions of the kidneys include removing toxins and excess water from the body; maintaining water, salt and acid
What is pet diabetes? How common is diabetes in pets? What signs should I look out for? How is diabetes
A zoonotic disease (or zoonosis) is a type of disease that passes from an animal or insect to a human.
There are various types of coronaviruses. This article looks at the differences between the two types you should know about.
Osteoarthritis in dogs
Dogs, just like humans, can also suffer from osteoarthritis (OA), sometimes called degenerative joint disease. […]
Osteoarthritis (OA) or degenerative joint disease (DJD) is the terminology used when referring to a form of chronic joint inflammation that
Osteoarthritis (OA) or degenerative joint disease (DJD) is the terminology used when referring to a form of chronic joint inflammation that
More and more cats are developing diabetes mellitus. Cat owners need to act on this alarming fact by learning more
While diabetes in dogs may not be curable, it can be managed quite successfully. Here is an overview of how
Unfortunately, there is no cure for diabetes. That's why it's important to notice and address the signs of diabetes in
Diabetes in dogs what to look out for
The occurrence of diabetes in canines is increasing. Find out what it is and what symptoms to watch for. […]
Overview of cancer causes and signs in dogs
Better health care and improved nutrition have increased the average lifespan of canines. Unfortunately, with old age comes greater cancer
Facts about your cats heart
The body needs oxygen-rich blood. The heart makes sure this blood gets around. Then, once the oxygen-depleted blood goes through
Types of rare cancers in cats
The following tumours and cancers are rare in cats: Brain tumours, Liver tumours, Lung tumours, Mammary tumours and Nasal tumours.
It’s important to find and treat cancer in cats as early as possible because many types of tumours in cats
Overview of cancer in cats
It’s unclear what causes most cancers in cats. Fortunately for cat owners, feline cancer is not as common as cancer
Canaine cancers part 1
This is Part 2 of Common Canine Cancers: Read Part 1 first. […]
Canaine cancers part 2
Cancer is a complex disease that is unfortunately very common in both humans and dogs. It can be triggered by
Ear infections in cats
Luckily, when it comes to ear infections, cats are not as vulnerable as dogs. Still, when they do get them,
Ear infections in dogs
If your dog has an ear infection, it’s really important to approach the problem properly. The safest and smartest first
Ear infections in dogs signs causes diagnosis treatment and prevention
The first thing you should know is that ear infections in dogs are quite common. The important thing is to
Causes and signs of yeast infection in dogs
Yeasts are microscopic fungi. Opportunistic fungi can increase and cause skin, paw and ear infections when the circumstances are right.
Overview of stud tails in cats
If you haven’t heard of stud tail in cats, or want to know more, here’s a handy overview. […]
Common skin problems in cats
Excessive grooming, head shaking and scratching can all be signs of cat skin problems. You should always pay attention and
What causes your dogs skin problems
Nobody likes having an itchy or irritated skin and your dog is no different. Unfortunately, skin problems are very common
eye conditions in dogs part 2
Welcome to Part 2 of common eye conditions in canines. […]
Dogs’ eyes are very important organs that help them form images of the world. Threats to healthy eyes include injuries,
Cats have very unique and beautiful eyes. They can detect much more light than we can, however, their colour vision
As in humans, stress and anxiety in cats can impair the ability to function and further aggravate existing physical conditions.
stress in dogs
Dogs, like humans, can experience chronic stress causing a variety of physical issues that can develop into serious health problems.
Ear infections, causing painful itchiness and irritation, are not as common in cats as they are in dogs. Although ear
Ear infections, causing painful itchiness and irritation, are one of the most common problems afflicting dogs. Although ear infections themselves
Like humans, dogs are happier when they are healthy and pain-free. The thing is, it’s not always obvious when a
Constipation is the inability to routinely and easily evacuate the bowels resulting in retention of faeces or passage of hard,
Constipation is the inability to routinely and easily evacuate the bowels resulting in retention of faeces or passage of hard,
A common skin condition in dogs is an abscess that can form if an irritation worsens or if bacteria invades
A common skin condition in cats is an abscess that can form if an irritation worsens or if bacteria invades
Cats, like humans, can suffer from acid or gastroesophageal reflux disease, GERD. Acid reflux is quite common in cats and
Acid Reflux or Gerd in Dogs
Dogs, like humans, can suffer from acid or gastroesophageal reflux disease, GERD. Acid reflux is quite common in dogs and
Cats with acute diarrhoea may defecate more frequently, and may have softer, looser or more watery faeces. Blood, mucus, or
Dogs with acute diarrhoea may defecate more frequently, and may have softer, looser or more watery faeces. Blood, mucus, or
Diabetes, or diabetes mellitus in dogs, is a chronic disease caused when the body cannot properly respond to the hormone
diabetes in cats
Feline diabetes, or diabetes mellitus, is a disease caused when the body cannot properly respond to the hormone insulin, which
If you love your pets with all your heart it’s important to know more about their hearts and what may
Vaccinate against kennel cough
Kennel Cough is an infectious respiratory disease of dogs which usually results in a persistent, dry hacking cough. Usually found
Dog owners need to be aware of the risk of aspiration (or inhalation) pneumonia. What is aspiration (or inhalation) pneumonia?
What you need to know about heart attacks in dogs
The heart muscle is called the myocardium. An infarction is the obstruction of the blood supply to an organ or
heart disease in dogs
It’s terrible to think about it, but pets can also suffer from heart problems. Congenital heart disease (heart disease that’s
Dog Pancreatic Cancer
The pancreas is a gland organ in the digestive and endocrine systems. It is responsible for hormonal and digestive functions.
Cat Stomach Cancer
Stomach and intestinal cancer is also known as leiomyosarcoma, which arises from the smooth muscles of the stomach and intestines.
at home management for cats with ckd
Once a cat has been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD), a few things need to happen. […]
10 tips for caring for cats with kidney failure
Stay positive, familiarise yourself with the disease, […]
Studies show that people who own pets are healthier, have fewer heart attacks and live longer. Happy, healthy dogs also
world rabies day
Rabies spreads when the saliva of an infected animal – through a bite or otherwise – comes into contact with
Rabies- diagnosis, prevention and the value of vaccination
Rabies is a dangerous, fatal viral disease that can be contracted by animals and humans. Animals are typically the transmitters
CHF as a result of DCM
Did you know that canine heart disease is just as dangerous in dogs as it is in people? The heart
CHF as a result of MVD
Did you know that canine heart disease is just as dangerous in dogs as it is in people? The heart
A big part of a dog’s general wellbeing is their health. Unfortunately some breeds are more likely to suffer from
Cat Eye Inflammation
Uveitis is one of the most common eye disorders in cats and can be extremely serious. Without medical attention, your
Epilepsy is a brain disorder that is more common in dogs than in cats. […]
Pets, including dogs, can also suffer from seizures. They occur when there is ‘explosive’ electrical activity in the brain and
What to do during a dog seizure
There are often warning signs when a dog is about to have a seizure. A dog may begin to act
Epilepsy can be managed
Epilepsy in dogs is a common condition that cannot be cured, but it can be managed so your dog can
Cats are natural survivors and masters at hiding pain, which means discomfort and illness often go unnoticed. If owners and
A cat’s respiratory system consists of the large and small airways and the lungs. As a cat breathes air in
Not everyone knows that dogs can suffer from epilepsy. Find out everything you need to know about epilepsy in dogs. […]
Anaemia is not a specific disease and doesn’t present in isolation, but is a symptom or condition that occurs as
Anaemia is not a specific disease and doesn’t present in isolation but is a symptom or condition that occurs as
Rabies in pets
Whenever you hear the word ‘rabies’ you should pay attention. Mammals - for our purposes humans, dogs and cats -
Feline Aids
Feline aids, or feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), is a complex retrovirus that only cats can contract. It is the same
Did you know that feline heart disease is just as dangerous in cats as it is in people? What is
Cat Heart Disease
We don’t want to know or think about it, but cats, just like people, can also suffer from heart disease.
Cats are weird, wonderful and rumoured to be wise… especially when you look in their eyes! But, how do they
Kidney toxicity
Like human kidneys, a dog's kidneys balance certain substances in the blood and filter out and excrete the body's waste
Anxiety and phobias in dogs
Anxiety or fear is the feeling that something bad or unpleasant will happen. It is related to uneasiness, nervousness, restlessness,
How Rabies it Spreads
Rabies is a zoonotic viral disease, meaning a disease that normally exists in domestic and wild animals that can infect
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