Pet Diseases

RB the potbellied pig eating some lettuce as part of a healthy pig diet
Potbellied pigs are omnivores, so their natural diet in the wild would include roots, veggies, nuts, seeds, berries, worms...Read More
Long-hair black kitten, who has a cat URI, lying on a blanket
Upper respiratory infection (URI) in cats, sometimes called “cat flu,” is common in felines of all ages — from kittens to ...Read More
gray-and-white tabby cat lying with head on paws
Stomatitis in cats is a feline dental disease that results in inflammation of the mucosal tissues of the mouth....Read More
Young healthy cat looking up on a multicolored blanket
Cats are special creatures: sometimes easy to understand but often mysterious....Read More
a senior dog with a person
Ralph Waldo Emerson famously wrote, “All diseases run into one: old age.” This statement applies to both people and pets; after all, our pets age faster than we do....Read More
Black shelter dog with crooked teeth. He has received pet dental care and has clean teeth.
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
Overweight cat. Obesity in pets is a health concern.
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
Black senior dog with graying muzzle who has lymphoma sitting at someone's feet being held on a Best Friends leash
Lymphoma in dogs is a type of cancer that affects the white blood cells (called lymphocytes)....Read More
Woman holding her tabby cat with liver disease (feline hepatic lipidosis)
Fatty liver disease in cats — also known as feline hepatic lipidosis — is an abnormal accumulation of fat (usually triglycerides) in the cat's liver....Read More
Kidney Disease In Dogs
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