Pet Health

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Certain breeds, such as the Siamese, may be more genetically predisposed to asthma

Could your pet have asthma?

(By: Dr. Dym)

Just like people, it is possible for both dogs and cats to suffer from allergic bronchial airway disease, otherwise known as asthma. While this condition has been documented to occasionally occur in dogs, the clinical diagnosis of asthma is much
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Managing your cat’s chronic viral illness

(By: Dr. Dym)

Upper respiratory infections are very common and frustrating problems in feline medicine, especially in outdoor cats and in cats from shelter and cattery environments. While many veterinarians routinely treat these cats with systemic antibiotics, the major cause of most upper
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Learn to recognize signs that your dog or cat might be ill

What are the signs that my dog or cat might be sick?

(By: Dr. Dym)

Animal guardians often wonder when they should take their animal companions for a veterinary exam and evaluation. Symptoms of illness will vary depending on the age and unique constitution of the animal.  Cats in particular are renowned for masking signs
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What to do if you notice blood in your pet's stool

What to do if you notice blood in your pet’s stool

(By: Dr. Dym)

When blood appears in the stool of our canine or feline companions, it is important for animal guardians to be aware of the many possible causes, as well as indications as to when it is important to have a veterinary
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