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Lymphoma in Cats: How To Help Your Feline Friend

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / November 20, 2018

Cancer. A horrible disease that has affected us all in one form or another. Although extremely common, a cancer diagnosis is always a terrifying one. Even with modern medicine, we know all too well about the dangers the disease entails. Tragically for our feline friends, they too can suffer from a number of cancers that […]

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How Long Do Cats Live?

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / November 20, 2018

More than likely, you have heard the age-old adage, “cats have nine lives”. ¬†Sadly, this is simply a myth. However, for centuries the mystery of the cat has bewitched and intrigued us. Greek and Egyptian cultures historically worshiped felines as gods. William Shakespeare even mentioned their nine lives in the timeless tragedy Romeo and Juliet, […]

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IVDD in Dogs: A Holistic Approach

By Clearvoice / November 20, 2018

Back pain is a widespread and painful issue amongst humans all over the world. However, did you know that back pain is quite prevalent in dogs as well? A leading cause of canine back pain is Intervertebral Disc Disease, or “IVDD”. With cases ranging from mild to severe, canine IVDD is a livable, completely treatable […]

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Rescue Remedy for Dogs: An Honest Assessment

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / November 20, 2018

Just like humans, dogs have the capability to experience a full range of emotion. Depression, anxiety, fear, happiness, and joy are all common canine feelings. The difference? Dogs cannot verbally articulate when their emotional balance feels out of whack. Dogs can, however, use body language to convey their emotional unrest. So what do you do […]

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Can Cats Eat Peanut Butter?

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / November 13, 2018

When it comes to treating our felines to all of the goodness that the world has to offer, many cat parents find themselves wondering which special treats are safe and healthy. A commonly asked question is whether or not peanut butter for cats is a good option. We know that dogs can’t get enough of […]

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Cat Eye Infection: A Comprehensive Guide

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / November 12, 2018

Cats are notably iconic creatures, so bewitching they were worshiped as gods in ancient Egyptian and Grecian cultures. Known for their coy demeanor, pointy ears, and their uncanny ability to land on their feet, cats are a truly unparalleled species. Moreover, one of the most famous feline features is the cat eye. The cat eye […]

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Cat Diarrhea: A Definitive Guide To Treatment

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / November 12, 2018

Are you dealing with more feline feces than your litter box knows what to do with? While the mess can be as unpleasant as that imagery suggests, watching your beloved cat suffer is far worse. Fortunately, you have come to the right place. In this article, we will discuss how to spot, treat, and prevent […]

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Galliprant for Dogs: What is It?

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / November 6, 2018

When we adopt a dog or a puppy, we adopt more than a pet. We adopt a friend, a companion, and a member of our families. Regardless of whether it’s seeing their cute face when we wake up in the morning, petting their head before going to bed each night, or looking forward to a […]

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CBD Oil for Cats: Everything You Need To Know

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / November 6, 2018

As information constantly emerges regarding the potential adverse reactions associated with conventional medications, more and more pet owners find themselves desperately seeking all natural alternatives. It’s no surprise why. From kidney failure to blindness to death. Treating a simple illness can become fatal at the hands of prescriptive drugs. Luckily, holistic medicine is continuing to […]

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Deramaxx: Side Effects & Precautions

By Chelsea Hunt-Rivera / November 6, 2018

If you have a headache, you can take an Ibuprofen from your local convenience store. When you have surgery, the doctor often prescribes a common pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory medication to help with the recovery process. Treating pain and inflammation in dogs is a little trickier. Many of the over-the-counter medications and prescription drugs pet owners […]

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