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Tracheal Collapse in Dogs

Tracheal collapse may sound like an emergency, but it is actually a common condition that many dogs experience. Although it isn’t an emergency, it does require veterinary care and management. In the article below, you’ll find more information about canine tracheal collapse including the risk factors associated with it, the signs and symptoms of the condition, and treatment options for your pet. Read through our internal animal hospital‘s article to find out more. Risk Factors of Tracheal Collapse in Dogs Breed Your dog’s breed may play an important role in her predisposition to tracheal collapse. Generally, small dog breeds are
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Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Skin in Cats

Squamous cell carcinoma is a type of cancer that primarily affects the skin of dogs and cats. Has your cat or dog been diagnosed with squamous cell carcinoma? Or has your vet mentioned that this could be a possibility for your pet? Are you concerned about what this could mean and how well your furry friend may be able to recover from this condition? In the article below, you’ll find a quick rundown of the basic information you need to know about squamous cell carcinoma in cats.  What is Squamous Cell Carcinoma? Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is a type of
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Pet Dietary Indiscretion and What It Can Lead To

It’s every pet owner’s nightmare: your dog simply won’t stay out of the garbage can, laundry basket or your garden without eating something and getting sick all over your house, or your cat constantly eats string or hair ties she finds. In veterinary terms, this type of compulsive eating of inappropriate objects is known as dietary indiscretion and it can lead to significant consequences for your pet. With the help of the article below, you should be able to learn more about this behavior, as well as what conditions it may cause in your pet. You can use this information
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