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The underlying causes of cat spraying can vary from cat to cat. It’s a common problem for cats, with numerous possible causes.
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Toxoplasmosis is a single-celled and zoonotic parasite, that is usually spread through contaminated soil, or when an animal, such as a dog or cat, eats infected prey such as rodents, birds, or other small animals.
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While cats and dogs are different animals, they do have one thing in common – an amazing sense of smell. Both cats and dogs like to sniff everything, whether it be food, clothes, shoes, and each other.
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Cats and Dogs are both intelligent animals that are able to communicate with us to express their needs. Even though we may not understand what they're saying, they clearly communicate in different ways.
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No cat or dog is immune to arthritis. Arthritis can affect any age, sex, and breed of dog and cat, and can be related to a variety of underlying causes, such as elbow dysplasia, hip dysplasia, and osteochondrosis.
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Canine Influenza is not contagious to humans. It’s a respiratory illness that can make a dog feel very inactive, with symptoms including sneezing, coughing, nasal discharge and a lack of appetite.
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It’s not uncommon for your pets to experience ear infections. The major causes are otitis, which is an inflammation of the ear canal, or it can be a mite infestation. Regardless, ear infections can be extremely annoying and painful for your pets.
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For male cats, urinary obstructions and urinary tract infections are conditions that may develop over time, but, are not to be taken lightly.
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Catnip is actually a valuable herb from the mint family. It can be very beneficial to not just your cats, but dogs and even us humans as well.
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If you've been diagnosed with monkeypox, it's important to be extremely cautious as it may also affect our pets.
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