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    Help My Cat’s Constipation Issues!

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    I spoke to Tylor on the Pet Wellbeing site and he suggested I send you an email regarding my cat's constipation issues.

    Holistic Treatments for Dog Diarrhea

    One of the most common problems seen in dogs is diarrhea. In most cases, dog diarrhea can be traced to bad eating habits – foraging through a garbage can or eating spoiled food or non food items. When this happens, the dog diarrhea is usually resolved in a day or two and poses no long-term problems. When is dog diarrhea a problem? If the diarrhea persists more than 24 hours or is accompanied by vomiting or contains blood, your dog should see her veterinarian.

    But what are the common causes of diarrhea?

    Dog Constipation - Oh No!

    Most people understand that constipation is stool that is drier and harder than normal with decreased frequency of bowel movements resulting in lack of or difficulty passing stools. In cases of constipation it is important to rule out things that may be obstructing the stool or causing pain when the pet is trying to pass feces.

    Pumpkin, The Great Equalizer for Dog Constipation (and Even Diarrhea)!


    Key Tips for Litter Box Training your Cat

    For the sake of cleanliness and hygiene in your home, litter box training is crucial. Typically speaking, kittens will learn from their mother about using the litter box but if you have recently purchased or adopted a kitten there may be no mother to teach. As such, there are a few steps you can take to ensure that your kitten uses the litter box.

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