Pet Education – Feline Obesity

Obesity is a very common issue in cats; 25 to 30 percent of cats are obese. This is not merely an issue of looks. Obesity is linked to several diseases, such as diabetes, arthritis, respiratory disease, musculoskeletal disease, liver disease, and urinary disease. Contracting any of these will severely inhibit your cat’s quality of life. [...]

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Pet Education – Feline Asthma

Feline asthma is a chronic disease that affects the lungs and lower airways. It can happen spontaneously, or as a result of an allergic reaction caused by inhaled irritants (cigarette smoke, dust or perfume). The airways become thick and mucus production increases, constricting the airway, which makes it difficult for the cat to breathe.   [...]

By | 2014-10-27T20:28:08+00:00 October 27th, 2014|Front Page Articles Two|0 Comments

Pet Education – Canine Anemia

'''Canine anemia''' is a reduced number of red blood cells. It is not a disease on its own, but a result of another disease. Bone marrow produces red blood cells and releases them into the blood. After around 8 weeks, they are removed from the bloodstream and broken down to create new cells. An anemic [...]

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