Illnesses and Treatment

There are many illnesses that can affect our pets. While some are hereditary, others are transmitted between animals or through contaminated air or water. You can find the best medical and home treatmens for you pet’s illnesses in this seciton.

Splenomegaly in Dogs

We’re pretty sure you’ve struggled to pronounce the name of this disease. Don’t worry, today we’re going to make it sound more familiar by telling you about splenomegaly in dogs. It’s easier than it looks, and once you know more…

Constipation in Dogs

Constipation is one of the main reasons why people take their dogs to the vets. It may be caused by different factors, and observing it is the best way to identify constipation in dogs. Many owners pay little attention to…

Caring for Your Pets After Surgery

Unfortunately, for a number of reasons, pets sometimes require surgery, and it’s logical for their owners to worry. After surgery, it’s crucial for owners to know how to tend to their post-operative pets. That way, they can assure their animals…

All About Parrot Fever

Parrot fever is also known as psittacosis or ornithosis. It’s quite a contagious disease and can cause serious problems for your pet, and even yourself. It’s important to pay close attention to any possible symptoms because it can be transmitted…

Adrenal Disease in Ferrets

Ferrets are members of the Mustelidae family, which includes otters, weasels, and badgers, etc. But, unlike their cousins, they have been domesticated and are now considered exotic pets. Adrenal disease is quite a frequent illness among this species. Unfortunately, the…

Canine Atopic Dermatitis or Eczema

Canine atopic dermatitis, or eczema, is a skin disease that involves swelling and irritation, usually caused by some allergen. In addition, it’s a multifactorial pathology and there’s currently no pharmacological cure. These days, canine atopic dermatitis is the main skin…

Acne in Pets

Acne in pets happens when hair follicles on the skin get infected. It doesn’t have major medical consequences, but it does need to be taken care of. This skin rash in pets occurs during puberty, between the ages of three…

Ascariasis in Cats and Dogs

Ascariasis in cats and dogs is suffered by about 40% of these animals, and timely treatment is vital to prevent further health complications. As with many diseases, this condition is much more serious for puppies and kittens and can even…

Metabolic Bone Disease in Reptiles

Exotic animals can make complicated pets, not least because of their dietary requirements. In fact, mistakes with their diet are the most common cause of metabolic bone disease in reptiles. Many of the diseases that reptiles can suffer from are…

5 Illnesses in Caged Birds

Animals weren’t born to live in captivity, but rather to be free. While many people raise birds and these birds have adapted to being in a cage their entire life, it’s also true that their bodies rebel against this unnatural…