Does Your Cat Have Hyperthyroidism?

Posted on: 15 August 2017

Hyperthyroidism occurs when the thyroid gland starts releasing too much or its hormone, known as thyroxine. You may have heard of this condition occurring in humans, but it can affect cats, too. In fact, it is the most common endocrine (hormone-related) condition in cats. It's important that you know what the signs of hyperthyroidism are so that you can give your vet a call in a timely manner if you recognize them in your own cat.
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What To Do If Your Cat Needs Medication While You're At Work

Posted on: 29 July 2017

Cats typically do just fine being left at home while their owner is away at work. However, if your cat has recently been diagnosed with an illness, injury, or needs medication for some other reason, you could have a conundrum on your hands. Hospitalizing a cat purely to ensure that they get their medication on a consistent basis is extremely expensive and not practical for most cat parents. Thankfully, there is a good alternative that can guarantee your cat gets the medication it needs even if you're away at work or on a business trip.
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Is Your Cat Going Crazy With The Scratching? 4 Reasons You Shouldn't Have It Declawed

Posted on: 15 July 2017

If your cat likes to scratch and claw it's way through your house and your skin, you may be thinking about having it declawed. You might have heard that it's a simple process, and that it won't harm your cat in any way. Unfortunately, that's not entirely true. In fact, it can harm your cat, and it's not actually a simple process. Here are four reasons why declawing your cat could harm your cat and cause problems for you.
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3 Reasons Why You Should Brush Your Dog's Teeth Every Day

Posted on: 4 July 2017

Every time your puppy tries to give you a kiss, you may find yourself reeling from their bad breath and wondering if you need to start brushing their teeth. However, providing dental care for your dog benefits them in other ways more important than just keeping their breath fresh. Below are three reasons why brushing your dog's teeth every day can keep them healthy. Allows You to Check for Problem Teeth
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