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Seizures in Dogs and Cats

What is a seizure? A seizure (fit) is a complex series of events that originate in the front portion (motor cortex) of the brain. A group of nerve cells called neurones in this area suddenly produce an excessive amount of electrical activity which spreads through surrounding areas of the brain. This activity causes loss of…

Why Do Cats Eat Grass?

Kidney Disease In Cats

Hookworm In Cats and Dogs

Indoor Spraying In Cats

Indoor Toileting Problems In Cats

Having accidents in the house could be due to a variety of causes. Inappropriate toileting is different from indoor marking behaviour. Spraying urine against objects in the house is ‘marking’. If your cat is fully urinating or excreting faeces in places other than the litter box, it can cause understandable frustration. However, it may not be…

Heartworm Disease In Cats

Hyperthyroidism in Cats

Diabetes Mellitus (Disease) In Cats

Chronic Renal Failure In Cats (Kidney Failure)


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