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Adjusting To Your Pet’s Blindness

The thought of our pets going blind is sad and scary. We hate to think of our dogs or cats having a reduced quality of life in any way. However, with proper at-home care, most animals adjust very well to blindness and maintain a great quality of life....

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How Do I Know If My Pet Is In Pain?

Pain is defined as a perception that the brain creates from any one of a variety of stimuli including physical, temperature, chemical, or inflammatory damage to tissues. During and right after a painful stimulus, the body responds in several ways,...

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Water Consumption Habits

As humans, we know to pay attention to our water consumption habits. We’re told to drink 64 ounces of water every day. While that’s just a health guideline, and there are of course varying factors, at least we have a consistent goal. Dogs and cats’ water...

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Lyme Disease In Dogs

Lyme disease is the most commonly reported vector-borne (translation: transmitted by a bug bite) illness in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is caused by spiral-shaped bacteria named Borrelia...

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