Ask the Vet | 10 Common Older Cat Problems

Senior felines are more prone to certain cat problems. They may also present behavioral changes. Dealing with an older cat is more difficult, but you need

Ask the Vet | DHLPP Vaccine for Dogs

The DHLPP vaccine for dogs is not a compulsory vaccine, but may help your dog and prevent various diseases that commonly affect canines. DHLPP are initials

Ask the Vet | Cat Ear Infection Symptoms

A cat ear infection occurs when the inner canal of the ear becomes infected by bacteria, fungal or yeast organisms. While ear infections are not particularly common in cats,

Ask the Vet | Basic Cat Ear Care

Maintaining basic cat ear care is an important part of cat health and hygiene. Owners should know how to clean a cat ear, and know what symptoms

Ask the Vet | How dog treats can help during training

Dog treats can be an effective tool while training your dog. However, some owners can learn to rely too heavily on treats as it less complex

Ask The Vet | Canine Distemper Virus 

Its viral season in Macau and for many years canine distemper virus was the most feared of the viral diseases affecting dogs. Parvovirus may have surpassed it in this

Ask the Vet | Careers in feline veterinary medicine

Feline veterinary medicine is a unique and exciting field that affords people the opportunity to help cats and people alike. Whether working as a veterinarian, a

Ask The Vet | 3 Differences Between Dog and Cat Flea Products

There are many differences between dog and cat flea products. It is important to be aware of these differences before making a purchase for your pet.

Ask The Vet | Total Dog Health: The Comprehensive Guide

Complete dog health is a hodgepodge of key elements including nutrition, supplementation, and preventatives. Not only do these key elements integral to your dog›s overall health, but they also promote vitality, mental

Ask The Vet | How to care for a kitten during the first 3 weeks

A kitten needs to be with his mother for the first eight weeks of his life, however if this is not possible, you need to be the surrogate mother. Kitten Care

Ask The Vet | 3 Differences Between Dog and Cat Flea Products

There are many differences between dog and cat flea products. It is important to be aware of these differences before making a purchase for your pet. Being uninformed about what you

Ask The Vet | 10 Essential Dog Cleaning Supplies

With the right dog cleaning equipment, you can keep your house and car clean and fresh smelling, without limiting your dog to one room and no family trips or having to book

Ask The Vet | Are Dogs’ Worms Contagious?

Dogs’ worms are contagious, but not in the same way that kennel cough is. Dogs can’t contract them by coming in contact with each other, but they can often contract them

Ask The Vet | 10 Most Toxic Plants for Cats

The 10 most toxic plants for cats are as follows: 1. Tiger Lilies Tiger lilies are probably the most poisonous plants for cats. All the parts of the plant are toxic, and

Ask the Vet | Cushing’s Disease in Dogs – Treatment and Diet Suggestions

Cushing’s disease (Hyperadrenocorticism) is probably more accurately referred to as hyperadrenocorticism -- the production of too much adrenal hormone, in particular corticosteroids. It can be naturally occurring or due to

Ask the Vet | Canine Lung Cancer Treatment

Over the past few years, there has been several advancements in lung cancer treatment for dogs. Lung cancer has become common among dogs in Macau as more canines are being diagnosed with

Ask the Vet | Warning Signs of Diabetes in Cats

The warning signs of diabetes should be taken seriously, as diabetes is a complex condition that may lead to blindness if left untreated. Diabetes may manifest though a wide range of symptoms

Ask the Vet | Most Common Causes of Feline Obesity (Fat Cats)

Obesity causes in felines may be various starting from genetics to lack of exercise and an inadequate diet. You must be aware of the possible causes and try to prevent obesity

Ask the Vet | A Guide to Puppy Vaccinations

Puppy vaccinations are essential to the future well being of your dog. Without them, your dog is at risk for many serious and life-threatening diseases. Whether your dog spends time regularly with other

Ask the Vet | 10 Breeds More Prone to Canine Hypothyroidism

The last 2 years we have been diagnosing and treating hypothyroidism in almost all our cases in Macau. It seems to be a condition overlooked by most vets here and

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