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Caring for your senior cat in their "Golden Years"

Posted on 09-20-2014

As your cat ages into its senior years it will face physical and mental changes. They will sleep deeply  more often.  They probably won't be jumping up on your counters. They may struggl...

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Mange Part 2- Demodex

Posted on 09-12-2014

Demodectic mange, also known as Red mange, Demodicosis or Demodex is the most common type of mange we see in canines. This mange occurs from an overgrowth of microscopic mites that live in the hair fo...

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Mange, Part 1: Sarcoptic Mange

Posted on 09-05-2014

"Mange" is the general term for a group of skin infections caused by different types of microscopic mites. These mites are parasites that live on the skin of animals such as dogs, cats, wild...

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