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Coronaviruses are a large group of viruses, that most animals deals with every day without signs of illness. The "new" coronavirus called "SARS-CoV-2" causing risk for health in humans, causes nearly no health issues in dogs. But there are two other ("older") coronaviruses, that infects dogs with signs of illness, mainly ...


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Let's call the cat with the wound above the eye Cat A and the other one Cat B. You'll need to get Cat A examined by a vet. This wound looks self-inflicted by scratching, which would also explain why it gets worse. The vet must find the reason why Cat A scratches itself. The reasons can range from fleas or mites over allergies to ear problems or an abscess, ...


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Unfortunately my beloved Jack was put to sleep as he was suffering. Thanks to all who advised and tried to help. Sorely missed.


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Kidney diseases are not a death sentence. I have looked after a Maine Coon with Kidney disease for three years and we lost him because of diabetes rather than renal failure. Replace regular cat food with renal food. Renal food is more expensive than the regular food, yet it stops or slows kidney deterioration. Make your cat drink more water. It is hard to ...


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In my (admittedly limited) experience with tumors, there's not much you can do against the odor. First you need to understand the state your dog is in. Tumors are bundles of cells that are physically and functionally changed (the medical term is "neoplastic cells" or "neoplasia"). A tumor "rupturing" doesn't mean it's going to ...


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