Is Your Cat in Pain? Common Causes of Pain in Cats

Cats are great, cuddly, low-maintenance pets. And as a cat owner, you do everything you can to make sure they have a good and healthy life. But are you able to tell when your cat is in pain? If you have to really think about it, don’t fret! It can be difficult to notice your…

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Kidney Disease in Older Cats

The kidney is a vital organ in the bodies of both humans and cats, filtering blood which circulates back to the heart, and excreting waste in the form of urine. When the kidneys break down, toxic waste products can build up in the bloodstream, causing severe complications that affect the rest of the body. Unfortunately,…

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Cushing’s Disease in Dogs

Dogs are full of life and joy. They provide companionship and endless love to their fur parents, but just like humans, they can succumb to some nasty diseases and disorders that can have a drastic effect on their quality of life. A dog’s health is controlled by a balance of enzymes and hormones that maintain…

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Urinary Tract Infections in Dogs & Cats

Dogs and cats are prone to a wide range of health problems, and while many are not generally life threatening, they can be a huge burden on your pet’s quality of life. Urinary tract infections are one of the most common health problems for both dogs and cats, particularly in older animals. In fact, UTIs…

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Lola

About a year ago Lola started fixating and chewing on her front feet. We did all kinds of diagnostics to include x-rays, and tried all kinds of treatments to include steroids, antibiotics, creams, pain medications, etc. and came to the conclusion that the behavior was a combination of discomfort (arthritis) and neurosis. We finally resorted…

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Customer Success Story: Sara the Wheaten Scottie

Dogs are active animals. Most spend their days chasing squirrels, playing fetch in the yard, or making friends at the dog park over a game of tag. Therefore, it only makes sense that every once in awhile, your furry friend overdoes it. Sometimes they simply put too much stress on their front and hind legs,…

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Customer Success Story: Dunny & Debbie

Sometimes it can be hard to imagine that an animal as big and strong as a horse can ever experience pain. However, even the most powerful creatures in the animal kingdom can get sore or injured relatively easily. While determining whether a horse is in pain is not always easy, it doesn’t mean that the…

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What Is Your Dog’s Behavior Telling You? [QUIZ]

Dogs communicate through their actions and behaviors. Acting out or behaving differently is their way of relaying messages to their owner about how they are feeling. Sometimes the signs are not obvious and can be difficult to spot. However, recognizing changes in your pup’s behavior is important, as he may be trying to convey hidden…

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Koda

Koda is 11 1/2 years old. He had a spiral fracture from hip to ankle as a puppy and has a steel plate holding everything together. The last few months have been very painful for him. The Canna-Pet capsule and biscuits have life saving. He got on the sofa for the first time in a…

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Dobie

My 10 yo dobie girl was diagnosed with osteosarcoma and was given about 1 month to live. We had her on pain meds, but she continued to limp. Desperate to keep her comfortable, we decided to try canna-pet…..within 3 days, we noticed a big difference!! We were able to take her off almost all of…

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