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Diseases and Ailments

  • Vet perspective on periodontal disease in pets

    January 30, 2014

    We have to address our pets’ oral cavity health in the manner like we do our human children. Periodontal disease is a completely preventable condition having mild to severe health consequences when permitted to progress.

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  • Heart Issues in Dogs and Cats

    October 3, 2013

    Even though our pets are not at risk from heart attacks like people, heart disease, heart weakness or enlargement, or congestive heart failure and other circulatory problems are common in aging cats and dogs and can gradually worsen over time.

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  • Pancreatitis in Pets

    October 3, 2013

    When the pancreas becomes overworked or irritated, it can become inflamed. Once the tissues of the pancreas become swollen, the pancreatic duct can become obstructed. The digestive enzymes continue accumulating within the pancreas, and the small intestine then triggers a signal for more production of the pancreatic enzymes due to their lack of presence in the small intestine.

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  • Anxiety in Pets

    July 16, 2013

    Anxiety and stress in our pets is unfortunately quite common. Some dogs or cats may become fearful of certain people or objects, other animals, unfamiliar places, being left alone or separated from a human caretaker, the dark, cars, fireworks, thunder, etc. Even with our reassurance, they cannot get past their fear which can lead to very uncomfortable and dangerous situations.

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  • Holistic Approach to Cancer

    July 16, 2013

    Cancer describes diseases involving the uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells within the body. These cells are able to invade other tissues, spreading to other parts of the body through the blood and lymph systems.

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  • Megaesophagus

    February 26, 2013

    Megaesophagus is a condition affecting humans, cats, and dogs, in which the muscles of the esophagus fail; they can no longer properly move food or water downward, into the stomach.

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  • Senior Dog Needs

    February 15, 2013

    The general rule for determining average life expectancy is: the larger the dog, the shorter the life span. Small breeds age slower than large ones. So, while the average 50lb dog may live 10-12 years, the average Chihuahua may live for fifteen years or more.

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  • AutoImmune Disease in Dogs

    February 15, 2013

    An Autoimmune Disease refers to the immune system’s inability to recognize a dog’s own body and, therefore, begins to attack and reject the body’s own tissues, labeling the tissue as foreign. This can be specific to one type of tissue or generalized.

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  • Pet Lethargy

    February 15, 2013

    Lethargy is basically a decrease in activity and energy. It is a symptom of an underlying imbalance or health concern so it is essential to find the cause.

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  • Dog and Cat Hair Loss

    December 27, 2012

    Alopecia is the term for hair loss defined as the partial or complete absence of hair from areas of the body where it normally grows. It may refer to hair that is lost where it once was or hair that fails to grow as it should. On our pets, this can occur on the head or anywhere on the body. Loss of hair usually results as a symptom of a larger imbalance.

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