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Diabetes in Cats

Diabetes mellitus is a serious condition that can affect our senior cats. Owners often notice that their cat is sudden at the water dish more often and using the litter box more frequently.

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Idiopathic Vestibular Disease

Also called “geriatric vestibular disease” or “old dog vestibular disease.” This disease can occur in older dogs and cats suddenly, within an hour or less, and can cause signs that can look quite severe and be distressing to you and your pet.

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Geriatric Preventative Health Care

As pet owners, we all reach a point in time where our much-loved companions start to show signs of aging. It is thought that cats and dogs age at the rate of 6 to 7 years for every one year of life in human terms. If your pet is advancing in years a lot can […]

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Cold Weather Suggestions

With the weather cooling down quickly, it’s time to start thinking about how your pet fares during the winter months. The drastic change in temperature can mean changes to your daily routine with your pet, making it important for pet parents to consider these topics.

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