Itchy Skin

An itchy skin in pets is an unpleasant sensation which provokes a scratching desire. When your cat or dog has an extremely itchy area, it could lead to self-mutilation. Being the largest organ of your pet’s body, it has many nerves making it highly prone to sensations of touch, cold, heat, pain and itch. Your pet itches because it is …

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Poor Appetite, Not Eating, or Anorexia

When your pet is ill, the first sign you will notice is an untouched bowl of food. Good appetite equals good health. There are hundreds of diseases and problems that make your dog or cat uninterested in its food. CAUSES OF ANOREXIA Diseases and conditions – infections, inflammation, poisoning, kidney or liver failure, pain, late pregnancy, foreign body in tummy …

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Fever is an increase in your dog or cat’s temperature above the normal range that is a result of a wide variety of conditions and diseases. In order for you to check if your pet has a fever, you need tools to enter the back door. Gently insert the tip of a rectal thermometer with a liberal amount of petroleum …

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