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There are several causes of skin problems in guinea pigs, including parasites, fungal infections, scurvy, barbering and abscesses.
Urolithiasis (the formation of urinary stones) is a common condition responsible for lower urinary tract disease in dogs and cats.
Constipation descibes the condition of infrequent or difficult defecation (passing of bowel movements) and there are several causes.
Cat scratches and bites can cause serious problems in some people.
A surprising number of Australian cats and dogs are overweight or obese. The causes are simple – we give our pets too much food and too little exercise, particularly in…
There could be many reasons why your bird is plucking its feathers. Parrots are especially prone to feather plucking and self-mutilation.
When the cold, cruel chills of winter are approaching, it’s time for all pet owners to look critically at their pets to detect the early signs of painful arthritis.
When cold weather sets in, it is important to take extra care of your pets by helping them stay warm and safe throughout the winter months.