Veterinary diets are commonly recommended by veterinarians for the health conditions listed below. Here, we will review how a veterinary diet differs from foods formulated for healthy pets. We will also go over how dietary changes can help maintain or improve your pet's health for each condition. If your pet suffers.
Does Your Cat Have Food Allergies?
>Itchy skin can sometimes be more than a minor annoyance for our feline friends. If your cat is demonstrating symptoms such as bald patches, rashes, itching, and hair loss, he/she may be suffering from allergies. One common allergy source is the food your cat eats. Here are the facts about food allergies in cats.
Does Your Pet Have Inflammatory Bowel Disease?
Diarrhea and vomiting are common symptoms that dogs and cats may demonstrate. There are many causes for this. One cause is Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) which can be mistaken for another problem called Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). What is the difference between the two?.
Diabetes is a common illness in dogs and cats. There are two main types of diabetes that you need to know about as a pet owner. Diabetes Mellitus is the type of diabetes that most people are familiar with. Diabetes Insipidus is sometimes also diagnosed and can be mistaken easily for Diabetes Mellitus. We will iron out.