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Blastomycosis in Dogs
Dog Weight Control FAQs
Glaucoma in Dogs

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Allergy & Itch Control Comparison Chart for Cats

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Adrenal Disease in Ferrets
Adrenal disease is very treatable in most cases. Not treating adrenal disease is condemning your ferret to die, when this doesn't have to be the case. If you see signs of adrenal disease in your ferret, please get him checked out as soon as possible.
Antifreeze poisoning: prevention tips
Find out why antifreeze is so toxic to pets and how you can use it without posing danger to your pet.
Bird Health Tip: How to Check Droppings
Since birds are closer to the wild state than most other pets, they are good at masking signs of illness. One quick health indicator is a bird's droppings.
Canine Distemper in Ferrets
Ferrets are extremely susceptible to the canine distemper virus, and the fatality rate of ferrets that contract canine distemper is virtually 100%. This disease is so fatal for ferrets, it is very important that all ferret owners know the symptoms.
Canine Flu: What You Can Do
Canine flu is a new disease that is affecting dogs. It is caused by the canine influenza virus, a relatively new virus that affects dogs.
Cases from Our Clinic: Hyperthyroidism
Hyperthyroidism affected these three cats in three different ways. Find out how each cat was helped with three different types of treatments.
Coccidia: Symptoms and Treatment
COCCIDIA are small protozoans (one-celled organisms) that multiply in the intestinal tracts of dogs and cats.
Conjunctivitis: Causes and Treatments
The causes, symptoms, and treatment of conjunctivitis in cats.
Diseases Most Common In Ferrets
This article discusses the three most common ferret illnesses: adrenal disease, insulinoma, and lymphoma.
Epilepsy: Treatable in Dogs
Epilepsy occurs in all breeds of dogs, diagnosis and treatment can be determined by your veterinarian.
Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome
Ulcers are a common medical condition in horses & foals. It is estimated that almost 50% of foals and 1/3 of adult horses confined in stalls may have mild ulcers. Up to 60% of show horses and 90% of racehorses may develop moderate to severe ulcers.
Examine Plumage to Detect Health Problems
The condition of your bird's plumage is a primary indicator of its overall health. If you spot missing, ruffled, damaged, or worn feathers, you know to take corrective action.
Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)
Is your cat at risk for developing feline lower urinary tract disease? Find out now.
Gout in Birds: How to Recognize the Signs in Your Bird
Gout is a common disease among humans and reptiles, and is also seen in birds, especially budgies, waterfowl, and poultry.
Hypothyroidism in Dogs: Symptoms & Treatment
Hypothyroidism is the condition that occurs when not enough thyroid hormone is produced. It causes a wide variety of symptoms, but is often suspected in dogs that have weight gain or obesity and suffer from hair loss and skin problems.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) in Ferrets
If you suspect that your ferret may have IBD, schedule a veterinary appointment as soon as possible. If you receive a definitive diagnosis, discuss the best way to treat your ferret with your veterinarian.
Intervertebral Disk (Ruptured Disk) Disease
Find out what can cause your dog's spinal disks to rupture, which breeds are most susceptible, symptoms and treatment options.
Is Your Bird Ill? Know the Signs
In nature, birds are more frequently prey than predator. Therefore, they will hide signs of illness to avoid appearing weak and vulnerable.
Respiratory Infections in Ferrets: Signs, Causes & Treatment
Ferrets that are most susceptible to infections include kits, older ferrets, ferrets with weakened or suppressed immune systems, and ferrets living in unhealthy conditions.
Separation Anxiety and Fluoxetine
Find out how dogs with separation anxiety can benefit from prescription fluoxetine to increase the effectiveness of serotonin in your dog's body.
Separation Anxiety Solutions
A dog with separation anxiety becomes abnormally anxious when separated from his owner. The severity of the anxiety and behavior the dog exhibits varies from animal to animal.
The Disease That Starves Your Bird
Psittacine Proventricular Dilatation Syndrome (PPDS) is also known by many, less common names, including Macaw Wasting Disease and Neuropathic Gastric Dilatation
Upper Respiratory Disease (Snuffles) in Rabbits
Snuffles is a general term describing a group of upper respiratory signs. It is one of the most common diseases that strikes domestic rabbits.
Urinary Incontinence in Dogs Explained
Urinary Incontinence in Dogs Explained


Adrenal Disease in Ferrets
Hypothyroidism in Dogs: Symptoms & Treatment
Canine Distemper in Ferrets

Separation Anxiety and Fluoxetine
Intervertebral Disk (Ruptured Disk) Disease
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