Worming Schedule for Puppies, Dogs, Kittens and Cats

Article Featured on Valley Vet

Worms are probably one of the most common ailments of puppies and kittens but can be cured. Hookworms and roundworms are the most common worms found in puppies and kittens. This is a guide for deworming as recommended by the American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists.

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Feline Taurine Deficiency

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Taurine is an amino acid that’s necessary for a cat’s body to work correctly. However, unlike in dogs and people, cats can’t make their own taurine out of other amino acids. That makes taurine an essential amino acid for cats. It must be provided at proper levels in their diets.

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How to Introduce a New Cat to a Household that Already Has a Cat

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There are many reasons to add a second cat to your household, including to give a home to another homeless cat, to provide a latchkey cat with some feline company, or because of the ever-popular thought: “Why stop at one when two are more fun?”

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A veterinarian explains what dog and cat years really mean

By Jesse Grady / The Conversation | Featured on Popular Science

“Just how old do you think my dog is in dog years?” is a question I hear on a regular basis. People love to anthropomorphize pets, attributing human characteristics to them. And most of us want to extend our . . . → Read More: A veterinarian explains what dog and cat years really mean

Nasal Discharge and Sneezing in Cats

By Ellie Mardell | Featured on Veterinary Experts

Cats with nasal discharge, “snuffly” breathing, snoring noises when asleep or awake, sneezing and sometimes gagging, are suffering from disease affecting the nose and/or throat. Signs that have been ongoing for more than 3 weeks are termed ‘chronic’, but many cats have problems for weeks to . . . → Read More: Nasal Discharge and Sneezing in Cats

9 Secrets to Keeping Your Indoor Cat Happy

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There is a long-held misconception that cats need to be able to roam outdoors to be happy, but we think most modern felines would disagree. All the kitty luxuries available today make the great outdoors just seem a little less… great. Whether munching on catnip, traversing indoor climbing systems or . . . → Read More: 9 Secrets to Keeping Your Indoor Cat Happy

Cold Weather Safety Tips

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Exposure to winter’s dry, cold air and chilly rain, sleet and snow can cause chapped paws and itchy, flaking skin, but these aren’t the only discomforts pets can suffer. Winter walks can become downright dangerous if chemicals from ice-melting agents are licked off of bare paws. To help prevent cold . . . → Read More: Cold Weather Safety Tips

Pet Diabetes: Diagnosis and management of pet diabetes

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If you notice signs that make you suspect diabetes in your pet (increased thirst, ravenous appetite yet weight loss) then you should take them to your vet for a consultation and check up.

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10 Cat Exercises Your Pet Will Enjoy

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A workout for cats? Veterinary experts say a little exercise will help your feline friend stay in shape. Enticing your dog to get active with a walk around the block or a game of fetch is a no-brainer and a fairly common pet health practice. But when it comes . . . → Read More: 10 Cat Exercises Your Pet Will Enjoy

Aggression Between Cats in Your Household

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Do you have two cats in your home that just can’t seem to get along? There are various reasons why your kitties won’t play nice. Learn more about reasons behind feline aggression, and find out ways you can create peace between your cats.

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