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  • Myths around Urinary Tract Health in Dogs and Cats

    Myths around Urinary Tract Health in Dogs and Cats

    7 March, 2014 by Dr. Doreen M. Houston

    Myth 1: Salt in urinary diets is bad. It can lead to kidney failure, hypertension and associated heart disease, and calcium oxalate bladder and kidney stones.

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  • Does your dog have seasonal environmental allergies?

    Does your dog have seasonal environmental allergies?

    5 July, 2013 by Laura Western

    Like humans, dogs can be allergic to ragweed, grass, pollens, molds and dust mites. Humans’ seasonal environmental allergies are typically identified by sneezing, running nose, and red irritated watery eyes but when a dog is affected by seasonal environmental allergies the typical symptoms are much different. #ItchyPetSeeYourVet

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