Whenever you see something unusual on your pet, it’s best to seek the advice of a veterinarian.
The risk of heart disease in pets generally rises with age. However there can be genetics involved. Heart disease is often referred to as a “silent killer” as diagnosis may be made too late to save the pet. The most common heart diseases seen in pets are: Mitral Valve Disease – a leaky valve allowing […]
There’s a long list of reasons for keeping a cat indoors. Cats allowed to go outdoors at will face many hazards – getting hit by a car, being stolen, injured fighting with other cats, dogs or other animals attacking them. And neighbors would not be pleased with a cat digging in their gardens or urinating […]
A five year study of a vaccine funded by the Morris Animal Foundation was performed at the University of Florida. The vaccine, GonaCon looks promising to help control feral cat populations. GonaCon seems to be an effective, long-acting contraceptive that is non-lethal and non-invasive. It was developed at the USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection […]