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How to Respond to Different Kinds of Dog Diarrhea

Different Types of Dog Diarrhea and How to Respond If your dog has diarrhea, or liquidy, unformed stools, you are undoubtedly interested in making it stop. There are two main types of canine

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Backed Up or Blocked - Feline Constipation or Intestinal Obstructions?

Because of our cats’ litter box habits, it is relatively easy to notice when they are not as “regular” as they should be. When daily scoopings turn up empty multiple days in a row, it is pretty clear

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What Did He Eat? Signs Your Dog Has Food Poisoning

If you’ve ever had food poisoning, you know how miserable the condition can make you feel. But did you realize that dogs can get food poisoning, too? If your pup gets into food that’s going bad or

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What Can You Learn About Your Dog's Health Just From its Poop?

Aside from the cuddles, playtime and trips to the dog park, one major component of dog ownership is something much less fun: picking up poop. Pet parents get all too familiar with their dog’s poop

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How to Help Your Cat Overcome Constipation

Your cat’s litter box needs to be cleaned once a day to keep your cat happy. This routine makes it really easy to spot when your cat might be having bowel problems. Specifically, the lack of evidence

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Straining to Go: Help Identify and Treat Constipation in Your Dog

Any dog owner can tell you their least favorite part about owning a dog: picking up after it. Unlike cats, which usually go to the bathroom in a litter box, dogs are more likely to pee on bushes and

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Avoiding Parvo: Keeping Your Dog Safe From this Highly Contagious Virus

It’s every pet owner’s nightmare: your happy, playful puppy suddenly falls ill and requires intense veterinary treatment. Unfortunately, this scenario is a reality for far too many dog owners because

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If Your Dog Eats Poop, Blame Ancient Wolves

Regardless of how “natural�? the behavior may be, dog owners are understandably horrified to see their pets eating poop. Not only does it seem undeniably unhealthy, but there is also no concrete

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10 Leading Causes of Diarrhea in Dogs

Diarrhea in dogs is a common issue that almost everyone with a canine companion will experience sooner or later. This condition occurs when there is too much fluid in the feces. It usually involves

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Cat Diarrhea

Medical Information Causes Dietary indiscretion Intestinal parasites Sudden Diet Changes Stress and Anxiety Medications Bacterial and viral infections Symptoms Soft, watery, or loose stool

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