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In general, vomiting in dogs and cats stem from irritability in the gastro-intestinal tract. However, many cases of vomiting in pets go undiagnosed. In cats, it is usually caused by ingesting hairballs. Sometimes, it may be caused by ingesting food too fast or from eating a new food source. Conditions such as obstruction in the […]

Addison’s disease is a condition common to humans as well as animals. It happens when the adrenal glands malfunction or stop production of certain hormones needed by the body. Addison’s disease is more common in dogs that in humans. In fact, a very significant number of canines are currently experiencing the condition of hypoadrenocortism, or […]