Black Cat Day: what makes felines evocative, magnetic and special, and what is true about their supposed magical powers?
Stress in the dog when returning from vacation? Here is how to facilitate his return to his home routine.redazione
Stress in the dog upon returning from vacation: how to ease his return to routine and activities to do together to help him calm down.
Squamous cell carcinoma of the cat: This is the most common skin cancer affecting the nose, ears and oral cavity of our kittens. How to deal with it?redazione
Cat squamous cell carcinoma: This is the most common infiltrating skin tumor affecting the nose and ears of our beloved kittens.
Cat urinary blockage and urethral obstruction: when a cat fails to urinate, it is a veterinary emergency room emergency.redazione
Cat urinary blockage: why your cat can't urinate, what can obstruct the urethra, and how to help him empty his bladder.
Vestibular syndrome in dogs: can affect four-legged animals at all ages but is particularly prevalent in older dogs.
Female dog pyometra: how to recognize the symptoms of this dangerous, life-threatening infection of the uterus in the four-legged dog.
Do you have a habit of dropping sweets on your dog or cat? Don’t! Sweets are almost poison to them and trigger dangerous diseases. This is why it is best to avoid giving sweets to four-legged animals.redazione
Sweets are harmful to four-legged animals because dogs and cats lack the enzymes that allow them to digest fats and sugars.
Poinsettias, holly and mistletoe color our homes: well, be aware that these and other plants are poisonous to dogs and cats. Here are tips for protecting your four-legged friend.redazione
There are poisonous plants for dogs and cats. Here is a list of the most common ones and tips for protecting your four-legged friend.
Ataxia in dogs and cats or ataxic syndrome: here are the symptoms and causes of this condition that affects dogs and cats in adulthood.redazione
Ataxia in dogs and cats is a neurological disorder characterized by a loss of movement coordination in adulthood.
Cat eosinophilic granuloma: manifested by single or clustered lesions in the oral cavity and inner thigh of the animal.redazione
Cat eosinophilic granuloma: manifested by single or clustered lesions in the oral cavity and inner thigh of the animal.