Do Cats Get Cavities? Symptoms And Treatment For Tooth Resoption

Posted on: 20 August 2018

Believe it or not, cats don't get cavities, or at least they don't get traditional dental caries like humans and many other animals get. Instead, cats get a painful condition called tooth resorption which slowly destroys the tooth. This condition is not uncommon, especially in older cats, and while many people think it's normal aging, it's actually a medical condition. Here are some things you should know about tooth resorption and what you can do to prevent and treat the condition.
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4 Questions To Ask At Your Pet's Next Vet Appointment

Posted on: 17 August 2018

For most pets, seeing a vet for a wellness exam at least once a year is highly recommended. Not only does this annual appointment help you get a better idea of how your pet is doing in terms of overall health and wellness, but these visits also give you the opportunity to speak with a vet and bring up any questions or concerns you may have about your beloved pet's health.
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Need A Vacation? How To Prepare Your Emotional Support Dog For An Airline Flight

Posted on: 16 August 2018

If you're preparing for a flight and you'll be bringing your emotional support dog with you, it's crucial that you make preparations for your companion as well. You'll need to take steps to ensure that you avoid problems at the airport and on the plane. Traveling with your emotional support dog can be an enjoyable adventure, but you need to make sure you're prepared. Here are three important steps you'll need to take to make sure your travel plans go off without a hitch.
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Choking Or Airway Obstruction In Animals: How To Quickly Help Your Distressed Pet

Posted on: 8 August 2018

Seeing your pet suddenly lurch about or cry out in discomfort or pain is quite distressing, but if you think they're choking or may have something stuck inside their mouth, you need to keep your cool and lend a hand quickly. Your actions could be life-saving, whatever the cause of the emergency may be. 1. Approach Your Pet Cautiously Even if, under normal circumstances, your pet is a very docile creature, you can't predict how they'll react when they feel threatened.
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