Feline Diabetes

Did you know that your cat can get diabetes? There are three types of feline diabetes (whereas there is only two types of human diabetes). Here is a simple explanation of each of the three feline diabetes: Type 1 Feline Diabetes: This is basically an insulin deficiency.

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Unsafe Holiday Treats For Your Pets

Since we are in the holiday season, we felt it was important to remind you of the special treats that are dangerous for your furry friends. Make sure to keep these foods away from your pets, and if you think that your buddy has ingested any of

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Does Your Cat Suffer From “Feline Asthma?”

Did you know that your cat can get asthma? It’s called ‘Feline Asthma’ and it is very much like the asthma that humans can get. If you notice any of these signs, we recommend bringing your cat in for a check-up: Coughing/hacking – a lot of times

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Preventing Periodontal Disease For Dogs

Dental care for dogs is very important. Just as you go twice a year to the dentist, your dog should be visiting his or her vet to get their teeth cleaned. The reason that you want to make sure that your dog is getting proper care for

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What Is Nutritional Counseling For Pets?

What is Nutritional Counseling for Pets? Commercial pet foods all assert to be the finest for pets, with all-purpose feeding procedures and guidelines that are too broad to use most of the time. A lot of pet parents are not aware of the calories their pets should

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How Does Pet Microchipping Really Work?

How Does Pet Microchipping Really Work? The fundamental tools behind pet microchips traces back quite a few decades. But, it wasn’t until recently that the devices became cheap enough to hit the mainstream pet market. A pet microchip uses radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. RFID, as the

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Hospice And Euthanasia: Why Are They Essential?

Hospice and Euthanasia: Why Are They Essential? Euthanasia is essential when it is the only way to stop to your pet’s despairs and miseries. Your pet is an important part of your family and may have been with you all the way through good and bad times.

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August 26th Is The National Dog Day!

It is our best friends’ day on the 26th and we, at Dunloggin Veterinary Hospital, fully supports this special occasion. Dogs really are miracles with paws and let us celebrate this day, in whichever possible way from adopting homeless dogs, giving them good food, taking them a

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August 17 Is The International Homeless Animals’ Day!

August 17 is the International Homeless Animals’ Day! The International Society for Animal Rights (ISAR) and concerned individuals have had strongly pushed forward this holiday for homeless animals and to raise awareness for people about the overpopulation of dogs and cats that have no decent homes and

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Dog Health: What You Need To Know About Parvovirus

What is Parvovirus? Parvovirus is a very common disease for dogs of all ages, but this hits puppies aged 14-20 weeks in most cases and they are more susceptible to it. It is a contagious illness which attacks the gastrointestinal tract lining. The virus progression is rapid

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