Pyothorax In Cats: A Sudden And Serious Life-Threatening Infection

Posted on: 15 June 2015

Pyothorax is a type of infection that's fairly common, but can unfortunately cause your cat to go from perfectly healthy to struggling to breathe. For a cat to survive pyothorax, it's imperative for their owner to recognize the symptoms and get them immediate treatment. This guide will explain what pyothorax is, what symptoms you should look out for, and what to do if you suspect your cat is suffering from it.
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Two Common Questions About Pet Vaccines Answered

Posted on: 11 June 2015

Keeping your pet healthy requires taking a proactive approach to preventing as many diseases as possible. To this end, vaccines are among the most effective tools, but many people do not fully understand vaccines. This may cause them to have the wrong impression about these injections, but learning the following answers to common questions should help you to have a better understand about this procedure.  Are Vaccines Ever Mandatory? While having your pet vaccinated is considered among the most basic steps to keeping them healthy, it is rarely mandatory, but there are some instances where you must present proof of vaccination.
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5 Things To Expect From Your Pet Wellness Plan

Posted on: 10 June 2015

Most pet owners just wait until their furry friends fall ill before seeking veterinary care, and many of them are amazed at how quickly vet bills rack up. A good pet wellness plan can be instrumental in circumventing unpleasant financial surprises and can also result in your pet enjoying a better quality of life. Monthly premiums are generally less than $25, and as anyone who has ever had to face the prospect of having to put a beloved pet to sleep because proposed veterinary costs are too high for them to handle, the investment could end up being well worth it.
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Understanding Progressive Retinal Atrophy In Bengals

Posted on: 9 June 2015

Bengal cats are beautiful balls of crazy, but they have one big problem: progressive retinal atrophy. It is a relatively new problem that affects Bengals and a few other cat breeds. If you plan to get a Bengal or you have one already, you should learn about this disease before it becomes a potential problem. Your veterinarian can help, so be sure to ask during your next visit. What is Progressive Retinal Atrophy?
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