Does your dog or cat seem to drink a lot of water? Do they urinate more than average? Do they seem more sluggish than normal? Diabetes in cats and dogs is more common than you might think. Read on to learn about the symptoms and effects of this illness — and how to handle it.
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4th of July Celebration is fun and enjoyable for humans but the loud noise of fireworks can really pose a threat to the health...Read More
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As dogs age they can develop joint problems. In addition, large breed dogs such as Rottweilers and German Shepherds are prone to joint problems. Obesity and a very active lifestyle can also contribute to joint issues Read More