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Ear problems in cats have a number of possible causes and they can be divided into primary or secondary causes. Primary ones trigger ear inflammation directly, and the...
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I've considered getting one of these for our german shepherd, my cousin has one for her doberman and swears it's the best thing ever for him. He's afraid of any loud n...
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Elaine, can you elaborate a bit please? I'm not familiar with the term so I'm not sure what an incomplete flap refers to. Thanks :-)
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If L-lysine isn’t helping at the moment, there are a couple of things that can help. One is that the dose needs to be adjusted upwards, and your vet can advise on this...
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Lyme disease is caused by a species of bacteria that is transmitted to dogs by ticks. Symptoms only develop in 5-10% of infected dogs and they don’t show up until week...
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Hi Jamie, good question and one that I cant answer completely because I cannot diagnose and treat your pet without physically examining him but here are some general g...
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Hi, The main reason acetaminophen is poisonous for dogs and cats (and other species) is that the drug is broken down and eliminated from the body in a different wa...
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Actually I have never heard of giving your pets tynelol. I would seek professional advice.
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Hi Irene, thanks for the question. Which area is she scratching? Is it her butt, her ear or lots of different places?
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Thanks for the question. Please can you help us answer more thoroughly by answering: Do you just have the one cat? What cat food do you feed your cat? Have you seen...
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