Health & Care

Diabetes mellitus in cats is an endocrine disorder caused by decreased production of the hormone insulin by the pancreas....Read More
Your dog may not be able to communicate with you in words, but he can give you signs to indicate whether he is healthy or sick....Read More
Some dogs will sustain an injury on a paw and then continue to lick that or a nearby area, usually on the front part of the carpus (wrist), over and over again until a larg...Read More
Many dogs are allowed to roam the streets. The dog’s family might say, “Oh, he’s OK....Read More
Feline hepatic lipidosis — also called fatty liver disease — is an abnormal accumulation of fat (usually triglycerides) in the liver of a cat....Read More
As the old adage goes, “You are what you eat.” Selecting the right diet is especially important for cats because of the unique way that they break down food for energy....Read More
Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is a very devastating disease in cats caused by a corona virus....Read More
What is FeLV? FeLV stands for feline leukemia virus. As the name implies, it is a viral infection of cats that affects a cat’s immune system and bone marrow....Read More
For many people, the Fourth of July means fun and relaxation — enjoying a day off and watching fireworks....Read More
Learn the facts about feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) and feline leukemia virus (FeLV), including signs, symptoms, prevention and more....Read More