Ready to Care for Breed-Specific Conditions? The Most Common Pet Health Problems  

You might like the look and temperament of a certain pet breed, only to find out that there are serious pet health problems associated with it. Of course, not every pet will suffer from issues that affect the breed in general, but it is important to acknowledge the health prospects of a prospective pet, both before and during the adoption process. The more information you have in the beginning, the more compatible you and your pet will be in the long  run.

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Why Obesity in Pets Can Take a Toll on Their Health

Fat CatWe hear a lot about the obesity epidemic and all the health problems associated with a sedentary lifestyle. The same epidemic is happening with our pets. An estimated 58% of cats and 53% of dogs are overweight or obese.

As we continue to learn how this impacts the health of our four-legged friends, the old idea of a cute fat cat or pudgy pug can be detrimental. Obesity in pets is a serious concern that can lead to diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, and liver problems. Continue…