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  • Canine acne is an inflammatory disorder of the lips and the skin of the muzzle. Dogs with mild cases of acne often have red bumps or pustules (pimples) on their skin. In some cases, acne may be associated with underlying skin conditions. There are a variety of treatments that may be used for the treatment of canine acne.

  • Cat Behavior Problems - Nocturnal Activity

    Algunos gatos son más activos por la noche o se despiertan muy temprano por la mañana. Debido a que muchos propietarios están trabajando fuera de casa durante el día, el gato pasa las horas diurnas en reposo y descansando, especialmente si es la única mascota de la casa.

  • New medical advancements are extraordinary, yet many veterinarians are turning to a form of ancient medicine to help their patients. Utilizing centuries-old techniques of acupuncture and acupressure may enhance traditional veterinary medicine and further benefit the canine community.

  • The term “limber tail” is one of several slang terms that apply to a condition that is technically called acute caudal myopathy.

  • Addison's disease is the common name for hypoadrenocorticism, caused by decreased hormone production from the outer part or cortex of the adrenal gland.

  • Addison's disease (the common name for hypoadrenocorticism) is caused by a decreased production of two hormones from the adrenal gland. These hormones are cortisol, a stress hormone, and aldosterone, a mineralocorticoid hormone that regulates the body's water balance through its effects on sodium and potassium.

  • These notes are provided to help you understand the diagnosis or possible diagnosis of cancer in your pet. For general information on cancer in pets ask for our handout "What is Cancer". Your veterinarian may suggest certain tests to help confirm or eliminate the diagnosis, and to help assess treatment options and likely outcomes.

  • Giving Pills to Dogs

    Muchos medicamentos autorizados para perros en forma de comprimidos, se han formulado teniendo en cuenta la palatabilidad. Sin embargo, si el animal es desconfiado es poco probable que los tome voluntariamente por muy bien que sepan.

  • Applying Ear Drops to Cats

    Las gotas tópicas en el oído son con frecuencia necesarias para el tratamiento de enfermedades inflamatorias o infecciosas del oído. Algunos gatos tolerarán muy bien la administración de líquidos y ungüentos en sus oídos, mientras que otros pueden mostrarse reticentes o agresivos.

  • Giving Liquid Medication to Dogs

    Hoy en día los fabricantes de medicamentos autorizados para perros hacen grandes esfuerzos para asegurarse de que los medicamentos no sólo sean eficaces sino, además, palatables.

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