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Nipsey’s Story: Hyperthyroidism in Cats

Posted September 28, 2015

* Like many cats his age, Nipsey (pictured above) was suffering from feline hyperthyroidism. He is only nine years old, but he isn’t alone. Hyperthyroidism in cats is the most common glandular disorder in middle aged to senior cats. Feline hyperthyroidism is caused by an increase in production of thyroid hormones from an enlarged thyroid […]

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5 Signs Your Pet May Be Ill

Posted September 21, 2015

Many times it is the subtle changes in your dog or cat’s behavior or body language, which may not necessarily alarm you to visit your vet, but which actually signify that the disease process is going on. Frequently, I get calls saying, “My pet is not himself or herself”; in those cases I say, “Come […]

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Cushing’s in Dogs: Bruce’s Story

Posted September 18, 2015

  *”In June my sweet, sweet Boston Terrier Bruce ( 12 1/2 now) was diagnosed with Cushings. I was so sad to see this active senior going down hill and having no energy to play. He always went to his toy box to select a toy but all that ceased. He also stopped jumping up […]

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Cat Talk: What’s Your Kitty Trying To Tell You

Posted September 14, 2015

As pet owners, understanding our cats isn’t always as straightforward as we would like. Confusion with the body language of dogs (which in the language of cats sometimes means the opposite) along with the subtleness of feline non-verbal cues makes it easy to misunderstand our furry companions. Today, let’s break down some common kitty cues […]

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Dog Body Language: Understanding Your Canine Companion

Posted September 8, 2015

Your dog is constantly communicating with you. Think of your pup as an open book—he or she is continually signaling their emotional state and intentions to you—you just need to know how to read them. Although a dog may bark or growl, their primary communication with you and the world around them is through body […]

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