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Medication for Dog Seizures Causes — Inherited from parent’s genes (primary reason) Some dogs have inherited genes from their parents that code for epilepsy. This is the primary reason why your dog may suffer from periodic and random seizures. Most seizures will occur when your dog is exposed to too much stimuli at one moment. Sometimes your dog may experience a seizure while at rest. Symptoms — A seizure in your dog will express itself in the same manner usually &hellip read more


Cats Need Help With Hairballs By Claribel Hernandez It is completely normal for cats to groom themselves however most cat owners might not know that daily hairballs are not healthy for cats. While most of cat’s hair moves through their digestive tract with no problems, sometimes hair gets stuck in their stomach. In order to get rid of that hair, cats vomit. Fortunately, there are some things cat owners can do to minimize hairballs, because just as gross at it &hellip read more


Why is My Dog Always Scratching itself? Causes — Dogs scratch themselves for a variety of reasons. Scratching is how your dog copes with skin and fur allergies that are bothering it. Causes of these allergies range from pollutants in the air to grasses and foliage that your dog may have rolled or played in. Symptoms — It is very obvious if your dog is suffering from skin and fur allergies. Your dog will most likely suffer from excessive scratching &hellip read more


Why is My Cat Always Scratching Itself? Causes — Cats scratch themselves for a variety of reasons. Scratching is how your cat copes with skin and fur allergies that are bothering it. Causes of these allergies range from pollutants in the air to grasses and foliage that your cat may have rolled or played in. Symptoms — It is very obvious if your cat is suffering from skin and fur allergies. Your cat will most likely suffer from excessive scratching &hellip read more


How Do I Handle Dog Poop at Home? Your dog may not always only poop while out on walks.  Many times your dog will need to relieve itself in the backyard or more unfortunately — in the house.  It is important not to chastise your dog for pooping in the backyard. For the health of other family members it is very important to pick up and dispose of the poop as soon as possible.  Leaving the poop in the backyard &hellip read more


How Do I Handle Cat Poop at Home? Removing cat poop from the litter box should be done at least once a week.  This will ensure a safer place for your cat to relieve itself.  Allowing the poop to pile up inside the litter box will lead to unwanted consequences.  Your cat will grow to dislike you for not keeping a tidy litter box and the poop will begin to give off unwanted odors that will no longer be able &hellip read more


Why Is Your Cat Chewing On Everything? Symptoms: Typically your cat will let you know it is teething by chewing on household items like shoes, remotes, couches, etc. bleeding or swollen gums excessive chewing drooling missing teeth inconsistent appetite Causes: As cats grow into their adult bodies, their teeth go through some changes.  When they are young, cat’s adult teeth grow in and mature.  This process can be uncomfortable for your cat.  In order to handle this discomfort, cats chew on objects &hellip read more


Symptoms: Typically your dog will let you know it is teething by chewing on household items like shoes, remotes, couches, etc. bleeding or swollen gums excessive chewing drooling missing teeth inconsistent appetite   Causes: As dogs grow into their adult bodies, their teeth go through some changes. When they are young, dog’s adult teeth grow in and mature. This process can be uncomfortable for your dog. In order to handle this discomfort, dogs chew on objects to alleviate the pain and discomfort &hellip read more


How to Maintain a Healthy Mouth for your Cat Like humans, cat’s teeth need the same care and attention for proper preventative maintenance.  Cats are not exposed to the same kind of cavity-causing foods as humans; however, it is still very important for your cat to maintain a healthy mouth in order to prevent plaque, tartar, gingivitis, and gum disease.  A healthy mouth for your cat will also lead to an overall longer and healthier life for your cat. Brushing &hellip read more


Cats shedding their fur is something that all cat owners must deal with.  It is a completely normal process that all cats go through.  Shedding is a natural way in which your cat stays clean and healthy. In order to contain your cat’s shedding, or limit it, brushing your cat on a regular basis is the best way to avoid masses of cat fur piling up on your furniture.  Brushing your cat regularly is a way in which you can &hellip read more