Cat Diseases

Parasites can present a big challenge when it comes to your dog’s or cat’s overall health....Read More
As a function of better veterinary care, advances in nutrition, and protection from accidental death, cats are increasingly living longer lives....Read More
When a cat is diabetic, it means he has too much circulating glucose (sugar) in his bloodstream because his body is unable to make insulin (Type 1 diabetes) or his cells do...Read More
In cats, ringworm is a very common contagious skin infection — and it’s not actually a worm at all....Read More
If you have cats, you’ve probably seen one of them throw up at one time or another. It is common for cats to vomit, but it’s never normal for them to do so....Read More
Chronic kidney disease is one of the most common diseases in older cats and dogs. However, it can occur in animals of any age....Read More
Obesity in pets is an increasing health risk to our companion animals, specifically for our dogs and cats, and one that is rarely recognized by their people as a real probl...Read More
Do you avoid getting up close and personal with your pet’s breath? That bad breath is certainly unpleasant enough, but your pet could have a worse problem....Read More
What is cat stomatitis? Stomatitis in cats is a feline dental disease. It results in inflammation of the mucosal tissues of the mouth....Read More