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When and why a cat’s teeth should be brushed
It is essential to clean your cat’s teeth to maintain good oral health.
Feline calicivirus: clinical signs and treatment
Feline calicivirus (FCV) is a highly contagious RNA virus that is widely distributed among the cat population. It is a common cause of infections in the respiratory tract, digestive tract and ocular conjunctiva.
Uveitis in dogs: Ocular and periocular signs of leishmaniasis
Ocular lesions are relatively common in leishmaniasis. This article looks at their prevalence and clinical characteristics, particularly anterior uveitis, which is one of the most common conditions.
Feline ocular chlamydiosis
Feline chlamydiosis is an eye infection caused by the bacterium Chlamydia felis.Chlamydophila bacteria are easily transmitted from one cat to another via direct contact, so it is more common among cats that live together in groups. It can affect cats of all ages but is typically seen in young cats.
What causes yellow vomit in dogs?
Yellow vomit in dogs is usually due to bilious vomiting syndrome, although in a small percentage of cases this emetic reflex is triggered by more serious conditions, especially in the case of elderly dogs.Read more