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Study Shows You Are Your Dog’s

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Does My Senior Cat Really Need Lab Work?

Does My Senior Cat Really Need Lab Work?

Have you ever wondered why your veterinarian recommends getting screening lab work for your senior

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Healthy Cat Resolutions for 2017: A Month-by-Month Guide

Healthy Cat Resolutions for 2017: A Month-by-Month Guide

With the New Year rapidly approaching, now is a great time to begin thinking about

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How do You Know if Your Cat is in Pain?

How do You Know if Your Cat is in Pain?

Assessing pain is a complicated challenge, especially in cats. Pain has two primary components: the sensory aspect (intensity,

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My New Year’s Resolution: A Stronger Cat Bond

My New Year’s Resolution: A Stronger Cat Bond

It’s that time when we all start to think about how we’re going to improve

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Why is My Cat Getting so Thin?

Why is My Cat Getting so Thin?

Weight loss is a common feline problem, particularly in senior kitties. Figuring out if your kitty is losing

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Cat Pee 101: Is My Cat’s Urine Normal?

Cat Pee 101: Is My Cat’s Urine Normal?

Nobody likes a smelly litterbox. While even the cleanest kitty condo will possess a particular

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Five Things You Need to Know About Heartworm Disease and Your Cat

If you think dogs are the only ones who get heartworm disease, I invite you to reconsider. Although dogs are the more natural host for this disease,

Managing Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus in Your Cat

If your cat was just diagnosed with diabetes mellitus (DM), fear not, you’re in good company. Unfortunately, DM is a growing problem in

Tiny Beads Cause a Revolution in Cancer Treatment in Cats

Tiny beads are changing the way some veterinarians deal with cancer. These beads are effective, cheap and have few side-effects. Are they too good to

5 Tips to Spot Heart Disease in Cats Sooner

Heart disease in kitties is sneaky business. Without any warning symptoms, it can lay a cat low with life threatening, and sometime even

Cat Toxins & Poisons

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The Dangers of Easter Lilies to Cats

The Dangers of Easter Lilies to Cats

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Can My Cat Drink Milk?

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Why Do Cats Eat Plants, and Should I

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The Top 5 Cat Toxins

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Easter Lily Poisoning in Cats

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Why is My Dog Vomiting?

While it can be normal for dogs to vomit once or twice a year, vomiting on a more frequent basis is cause for concern.

New Study Shows Link Between Ticks and Kidney Disease

[Editor’s note: Pet Health Network’s parent company is IDEXX, which provides diagnostic services to veterinary practices, such as kidney disease screenings. Remember, the

Can My Cat Drink Milk?

Many people don’t think twice about giving dairy to cats. I’ve certainly seen whipped cream used as a common treat,

Why is My Cat Getting so Thin?

Weight loss is a common feline problem, particularly in senior kitties. Figuring out if your kitty is losing weight may be reliant on

Five Things You Need to Know About Heartworm Disease and Your Cat

If you think dogs are the only ones who get heartworm disease, I invite you to reconsider. Although dogs are the more natural host for

Fourth of July Safety Tips for Dogs

Is there a more exciting time during summer than the Fourth of July? The celebration of the birth of our

Managing Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus in Your Cat

If your cat was just diagnosed with diabetes mellitus (DM), fear not, you’re in good company. Unfortunately, DM is a growing

Kidney Disease in Cats: What Cat Owners Should Know

Perhaps the most important thing to know about kidney disease in cats is that way too many cats are affected by it. In fact,