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  • WHY DOES MY CAT HAVE A DRY NOSE?
    WHY DOES MY CAT HAVE A DRY NOSE?
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    It is normal for a cat to have a dry nose and it is also normal for it to have a wet nose, just as it can be cold or hot. It is true that, at times, we get the feeling that it is drier than usual, or when added to other symptoms it makes us suspect something is wrong.

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  • MY DOG'S FRONT LEGS FAIL
    MY DOG'S FRONT LEGS FAIL
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    Mobility problems can have many different origins and prognoses. Depending on the age of the animal and their background, it is possible to estimate this, but it is always imperative that a vet examines the animal that has mobility issues in the front legs.

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  • HOW TO WASH YOUR DOG'S TEETH?
    HOW TO WASH YOUR DOG'S TEETH?
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    The best way to brush your little buddy's teeth is to get him used to it, let them get used to you touching their mouth, without fear, without forcing them, playing or giving them treats, so that they feel it is something normal, that it's something that happens everyday without their life being altered.

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  • DOGS WITH BAD BREATH
    DOGS WITH BAD BREATH
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    Bad breath is a symptom of a dental or digestive problem or more serious causes such as kidney failure, so its origin must be diagnosed, so we can treat it or prevent it from getting worse.

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  • WHY DOES MY DOG EAT ITS OWN FAECES?
    WHY DOES MY DOG EAT ITS OWN FAECES?
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    Autocoprophagy is a common thing in puppies that can continue as they grow or can appear later when they become adults. This is quite unpleasant for us. However, it poses no risk to their health unless they have a disease and become reinfected.

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  • Fur shedding in dogs
    Fur shedding in dogs
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    All mammals lose hair or fur, and the fact that dogs shed their fur is the most normal thing in the world. Like us, their fur is born, grows and falls out, and this is a normal process that happens periodically...

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  • WHY DOES MY DOG'S BELLY SOUND?
    WHY DOES MY DOG'S BELLY SOUND?
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    It is common in some dogs that suffer from frequent digestive problems, in the elderly or when they eat "the wrong things". But it is really not normal that their bellies sound so much that it calls our attention.

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  • AT WHAT AGE CAN I HAVE MY CAT NEUTERED?
    AT WHAT AGE CAN I HAVE MY CAT NEUTERED?
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    Ideally, your vet will advise you according to each case, age, state of health, lifestyle and other details. However, here we will give you some hints to help you know when the time is right.

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