Whenever you see something unusual on your pet, it’s best to seek the advice of a veterinarian.
Signs of depression in your pet can be loss of appetite, refusing to play, losing weight, never leaving your side, sleeping more than usual, withdrawal, even boredom. First have your pet undergo a complete physical examination including blood tests. If illness is ruled out consider reasons your pet may be depressed. Pets can experience grief, […]
Cavities in cats are different from those in humans. They are called Felilne Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesions (FORL). Unlike humans’ cavities, FORLs occur starting on the sides of teeth at the gumline. Bone-eating cells destroy the tooth and eat their way down to the root. They are hard to see as they are covered by gum […]
The medical term for coming into heat is oestrus. Signs of your cat going into heat are usually fairly obvious. She will become more affectionate towards you. She’ll often rub her hind quarters against anything available including furniture and you. She will lick her genital area frequently. Her urine will contain more estrogen and the […]