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Cat quality of life
My daughter's 5yr old cat has extreme allergy issues. She is on a special diet for food allergies. She is...More
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doctors required for my dog
My dog ET is 2.5 years old.He fell off from 4th floor on 14th march.I took him to CUPA hospital and we have...More
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Cat Concussion
positive my cat has a concussion. he has all the symptoms except seizures. he is very lethargic so he is...More
Posted by rachelvolpe
Revolution & Fleas
We give Revolution to our dog, yet he still got fleas. He is an indoor dog. Now our indoor cat has fleas. Can...More
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What to do when a veterinary specialist refuses to...
Despite more than 20 years with as many companion animals, and despite being willing to spend whatever it takes...More
Posted by alysoun
You can afford medications for your pet. Please re...
I have a 16 year old dog who has pulmonary hypertension. Her doctor put her on two medications. One of these...More
Posted by yvonne249
Ruptured cyst
My 6 yo, 20 lb pom mix has had a cyst on her back for several weeks, it wasn't bothering her, she wasn't...More
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Quality vs quantity of life
My 6 1/2 border collie mix has been recently diagnosis with lymes and blastomycosis. She also had something...More
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Trying to come to terms with loss
My cat Tony was taken to the vet in early December 2013 due to decreased appetite. He was discharged after a...More
Posted by jensierra
dog won't eat
our dog 12 yrs old, had surgery to remove 2 teeth. brought her home she ate soft food (dry food mixed with...More
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Altered cats and loose abdominal skin
Can anyone tell me why cats develop loose skin on their abdomen after they are neutered? I have noticed this...More
Posted by pennie61
Vaccinations
I adopted a dog and the last owner said she had all her shots, but could not provide the records. They said...More
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Neurological Problem perhaps?
My fox terrier has episodes where she looses control of her back legs, becomes ridgid, trembles and...More
Posted by jflyerfan
chronic vomiting 3 months
I have a 6 year old female dog named Mya, who we adopted/rescued when she was 9 months old. She came...More
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gum
My dog ate a lollipop that had gum in it and was wondering if she is going to be ok
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dog blindness
I have a 9 yr old female poodle with a recent dx of sudden acquired retinal degeneration. Normal and within 3...More
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dog blindness
I have a dog with a recent dx of sudden acquired retinal degeneration. Normal and within 3 days totally blind....More
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Grieving, I am having second thoughts about euthan...
I am still in denial, and having thoughts that I should have tried harder....first vet said regenerative...More
Posted by folsomjm
Cold Dog Poop
Hi, Usually my dog's poop is warm. Today, I collected his poop immediately after his process but to my surprise...More
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pet scootching iritated bottom
My dog is constantly scootching and it seems like her bottom is irritated she cannot stop scootching for more...More
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Congestive Heart Failure, issues 4 months later
My 13/14 year old dachshund suffered from Congestive Heart Failure early in november. He had an extremely...More
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Anxiety at Night
Another sleepless night....in the past my 9 year old Lhaso mix had occasional bouts of anxiety at...More
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Question about my puppy and vomiting
About a month ago my sister pulled up behind someone dropping a 6 month old puppy off on the side of the...More
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My cat has a brown spot on his eye... Help!
About two years ago my husband was cleaning our shower; while shaking a can of scrubbing bubbles with a little...More
Posted by megadz
Flea & tick prevention for dogs
We are considering using a new product called Seresto, it's a collar. I've read some review of customers,...More
Posted by bobskensdogs
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Diebetic Pug
any tips for a Pug with diabetis..she is 10 years old and I can not afford the treatments. I do have her on a...More
Posted by mslilo10
Are Explosive and Drug Sniffing Dogs More Suscepti...
Are Explosive and Drug Sniffing Dogs More Susceptible To Cancer? Thanks!More
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SAINTBERNARD HEALTH EMERGENCY ISSUE
am from india. i own a saint bernard .its a male.its age is 2 and half years. Since 1 week it is suffering...More
Posted by harits552
allergic reaction and restless dog
Our 3 year old boxer had a really bad allergic reaction to something outside yesterday. She went out to go to...More
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PUGGLE HAS SEIZURE AFTER CORTIZONE SHOT
My 6yrs old Puggle had a skin rash and I went to a new vet.. He gave her a cortizone shot... 24 hrs later...More
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