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Not necessarily reason to panic, but definitely reason to do something about it. Where there is one flea, there are usually others in the intermediate life stages - eg...
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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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Asked by Brenda
Hi Brenda, great question... Has he been diagnosed with arthritis by your veterinarian? There are a few products on the market that aim to provide additional g...
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Asked by Elaine
Hi Elaine, pills can definitely be a nuisance. Really the best course of action is to try to open your dog’s mouth and insert the pill directly as far back as poss...
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Asked by Steffanie
Hi Steffanie, sorry to hear about your puppy a few years ago. Assuming your newest dog is a puppy I would of course recommend ensuring that the full vaccination pr...
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Asked by Elaine
Hi Elaine, there are a number of causes of this so there's no one answer to your question. There may have been trauma to the beak that has changed the growth pattern o...
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Asked by Irene
Irene, it's fine to have a sanitary cut in winter, the amount of hair removed for that isn't likely to cause your cat to get too cold when he's outside. Has he always ...
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Asked by Heather
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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Asked by Elaine
Hi Elaine, You should be able to find everything you need here: Fleas 101
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Asked by Erin
Hi Erin, the culprits that are often responsible for colds and flu in cats are viruses and these don’t respond to antibiotics. This means that good nursing care is the...
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