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Hi there, Unfortunately NO it is not safe to give to your pet and especially so with cats. Tylenol contains Acetaminophen which can be very toxic to cats and dogs....
Having a diabetic pet can have a big impact on an owner’s life. If they want to go on vacation, do they have someone trustworthy to feed and medicate their pet? What i...
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Hi Erin, The classic signs are : Urinating frequently Frequently licking of the genital area Break of house training (dogs) Blood in the urine (reddish tinge ...
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There are two possible reasons for this. One is that your puss is getting motion sickness from the mixed messages they're getting from their sensory organs. Their inne...
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Asked by Sara
Sara, there are two possible reasons for a change in urination patterns in dogs. The first is a physical or medical cause such as a bladder infection or other conditio...
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Alec, a reverse sneeze happens because something is irritating the back of your dog’s nasal cavity. Some possibilities for a sudden increase in reverse sneezing are na...
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Hi Heather. Eyelid growths in dogs are not uncommon especially as they get older. Some potential causes of such growths are Meibomian gland adenomas, papillomas, mast ...
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Hi Erin, great question. Thyroid health is indeed very important in cats and we have an article here for further reading : Feline Hyperthyroidism 101 Luckily th...
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Asked by Erin
That’s a really interesting question Erin. There are a few different types of bladder stones in cats and breed predisposition depends on what type of stone you’re refe...
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Steffanie, it’s great that you’re thinking of this because excess weight is a risk factor for a few undesirable health issues in cats such as diabetes. The two aspects...
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