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Vet Talks: Mast Cell Tumors In Dogs

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What Is A Mast Cell? Mast cells are important cells of the immune system and are present in connective tissues throughout the body and in the bloodstream. They play important roles in the maintenance of many physiological functions, like vasodilation and vascular homeostasis, and are the ones involved in allergic inflammatory responses and gastrointestinal disorders. […]

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Vet Talks: Dehydration In Pets

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Water is essential to all of us, humans, and pets, and we directly depend on proper daily water intake to maintain appropriate health and replace fluids that are routinely lost through urine, feces, respiration, and transpiration. Water is an essential element that allows the cells in the body to absorb nutrients. It makes up 80 […]

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Vet Talks: How To Recognize If Your Pet Is In Pain

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When our pets are in pain, we are in pain. It can be incredibly frustrating when you don’t know what is wrong with your pet and you don’t know how to help. Animals can experience pain even if they cannot identify or communicate it the same way people do. Just like in humans, their pain […]

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Vet Talks: FIV in Cats

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Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is a viral infection of cats and it is mainly diagnosed in male adult cats. FIV is shed mostly in the saliva and other blood fluids and it is transmitted primarily through direct bite-wound inoculation when an infected cat that is actively shedding virus into the saliva bites another cat.  FIV can […]

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Vet Talks: Hot Spots On Cats

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Is your kitten excessively scratching, licking and/or biting a specific area of their body? These symptoms can have a couple of different underlying causes and it can lead to a condition called acute moist dermatitis, also known as hot spots. Hot spots on cats are inflamed skin lesions that are exacerbated by scratching licking and chewing, […]

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Vet Talks: Inflammatory Bowel Disease – IBD In Cats

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Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is a disorder that affects mostly middle-aged to older cats and it’s caused by an inflammatory reaction to an irritation in the gastrointestinal tract, especially in the stomach and intestines. Difference Between IBD and IBS? Although diarrhea is a similar symptom in both of them, IBD refers to an inflammation in […]

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Vet Talks: What Should I Feed My Cat?

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Did you know that cats are obligate carnivores? This means that they need animal protein to survive! In the past, cats were used to hunt and the carcass of their prey was their main food consisting of high amounts of protein, moderate amounts of fat, and a minimal amount of carbohydrates. The only source of […]

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