Pet Care Articles

  • Apr 20 2021

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    Anal Sac Disease in Cats & Dogs

    What are anal sacs? The anal sacs are located on either side of the anus at the 9o’ clock and the 3o’ clock positions: they are positioned just under the…

  • Apr 20 2021

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    Ethylene Glycol (Anti-freeze) Toxicity

    Ethylene Glycol is the principal ingredient in anti-freeze that is responsible for poisoning in dogs and cats. Antifreeze is colorless, odorless, and has a sweet taste that dogs and small…

  • Apr 20 2021

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    Feline Aortic Thromboembolism

    Feline aortic thromboembolism, also called “saddle” thrombus or FATE, is a difficult and frustrating disease for the patient, the owner, as well as for the veterinarian. This disease, or rather…

  • Apr 20 2021

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    Collapsed Trachea

    What is Collapsed Tracea The Trachea, also known as the windpipe, is an important structure, which connects the throat to the lungs. It serves the purpose of directing air into…

  • Apr 20 2021

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    Bladder Stones (Uroliths)

    What are Bladder Stones? Bladder stones, more correctly uroliths, are rock-like collections of minerals that form in the urinary bladder. They may occur as a large, single stone or as…