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How to Tell if Your Dog Has Cataracts

You’ve probably heard about cataracts in humans, but did you know that your dog can get cataracts too? It’s true! This eye condition can affect dogs of all ages, sizes, and breeds. However, certain breeds are at a higher risk of developing cataracts. Additionally, other factors can also increase your dog’s risk of developing cataracts. […]

Reasons for Ear Infections in Dogs

If your pup seems to always get ear infections, you’re not alone. Dogs do typically have more ear infections than humans, but why? Ear Canal Shape Dogs are more susceptible to ear infections than humans due to their L-shaped ear canals, which tend to hold in fluid more than the human ear canal. This is […]

Common Genetic Disorders in Dogs

Just like humans, dogs can inherit certain conditions and disorders from their parents. Some of these inherited conditions are due to chromosomal or DNA differences, while others are caused by physical variations that predispose the dog to issues. Many people mistakenly believe that genetic disorders only affect purebred dogs, but mixed-breed dogs can also be […]

Signs Your Cat May Be Pregnant

Has your sweet girl been acting a little strange lately? Cats are notoriously difficult to diagnose when they’re ill because they tend to hide their symptoms. However, pregnancy is hard to hide since many of the symptoms cause physical changes. If you notice some or all of the following signs in your kitty, it’s time […]

Should I Give My Pet Vitamins?

For people, it is not uncommon for a medical doctor to recommend taking a multivitamin, along with other possible vitamins. So you may be wondering if this same advice would be beneficial to your pet. Just like with humans, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all answer. While vitamins may benefit some pets, they could harm others. Consulting […]