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Encouraging Cat Activity: Understanding Your Cat's Daily Needs

Knowing your cat's natural instincts can help you understand their need for certain daily activities.

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The Exercise Connection to Healthy Dog Weight Loss

A dog's exercise and activity needs are based on breed, age, size and general health.

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Nutrition in the New Year

Want to get your pet back on the right track in the New Year? Here’s a quick quiz that will help you get started.

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Visit the Vet: Could my dog have a UTI?

In dogs, bacterial infection is the most common cause of urinary tract infection while urolithiasis is the second-leading cause.

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The Exercise Connection to Healthy Cat Weight Loss

Like the people they live with, cats need exercise to shed extra pounds and restore their svelte physique.

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Stomach Upset? Head to the Vet: Why GI Issues Need to be addressed by a Veterinarian

Is your dog or cat experiencing GI issues? Here’s what to look for and when to head to the vet.

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Visit Your Vet: Could My Cat Have a Urinary Tract Infection?

Is your cat frequenting the litter box more than usual? Catherine Lenox, DVM, CVA, Diplomate AVCN, talks about what might be the cause.

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Ask a Vet: Why Is My Cat Having Stomach Problems?

Is your cat having stomach issues? Read on to learn what the cause might be.

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Getting Your Cat to The Vet: What to Expect and why it’s Worth the Hassle

They’re called “cool cats” for a reason. These stoic creatures might not look like they need a vet visit, but here’s why they do.

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Visit Your Vet: What are the causes of diarrhea in kittens?

Diarrhea is a common problem in kittens and can vary from one or two mild episodes that resolve quickly, to severe gastrointestinal signs...

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Visit Your Vet: Does My Cat Have a Digestive Issue?

Cats can experience a number of digestive problems during their lives. Make sure you know the signs…

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The Cat is a Carnivore

Centuries of domestication has done nothing to breed the need for protein out of the cat. Read on to learn more...

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