Ask the Vet: Why Do Cats Throw Up?

Ask the Vet: Why Do Cats Throw Up?

While it’s not rare, vomiting shouldn’t be a regular occurrence in cats. If anything, cat vomiting may be an early sign of something serious, so you shouldn’t overlook it. Here’s some helpful information about the types, causes and possible treatments for cat vomiting.

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Ask the Vet: Why Do Dogs Dig Holes?

Ask the Vet: Why Do Dogs Dig Holes?

Digging is a natural behavior in dogs, but it’s not always a favorite behavior of their human parents. You surely know this if you’ve ever stumbled into one of your dog’s lawn craters or seen Fido tunneling his way under the fence. What most dog parents want to know is why dogs dig and whether it’s a symptom of a bigger problem. So, let’s “dig in” to answer these questions!

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Ask the Vet: Why Does My Cat Roll Over When He Sees Me?

Ask the Vet: Why Does My Cat Roll Over When He Sees Me?

Although your cat may typically adopt an elegant, refined demeanor and posture, they may also occasionally surprise you and do something quite out of the ordinary — such as rolling over and shimmying on their back when they see you. So, what’s with the dance? As it turns out, there isn’t one firm reason for

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Ask the Vet: Why Does My Dog Have Bad Breath?

Ask the Vet: Why Does My Dog Have Bad Breath?

  Most dog owners love a good hug or lick from their furry friends. But getting so close can also mean the occasional whiff of your dog’s breath — and that can send you reeling. Dogs notoriously have bad breath, but what exactly causes it? Our vets explore this question and its answer below.  

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Ask the Vet: How do I Stop my Cats from Scratching the Furniture?

Ask the Vet: How do I Stop my Cats from Scratching the Furniture?

  Like it or not, cats love to scratch. They do it for two main reasons: Functional & Physiological – To keep their nails sharp and smooth, to mark territory with visible scratches, and possibly to reduce stress Communicative – A way of telling you or other animals something (“Hey, I don’t like that!”) Unfortunately,

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Ask the Vet: Why Does My Dog Shed?

Ask the Vet: Why Does My Dog Shed?

  All dogs shed — though, some more than others. If you have a dog who sheds excessively, it may simply be a trait of your dog’s breed, but it’s best to know what to look for in case of an underlying medical issue. Below, we’ll go over why most dogs shed, some tips for

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