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Is Pain a Contributing Factor?

Pain is Whatever the Patient Says It Is Pain is Whatever the Patient Says It Is The characteristics of pain may vary according to patient presentation. Working on...
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Volume 10 Issue 4

Audiometric Study Reveals Patterns of Age-Related Hearing Loss in Dogs and Cats

This study investigates the prevalence, progression, and characteristics of age-related hearing loss (ARHL) in domestic dogs and cats. Given the importance of audito...
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Volume 10 Issue 2

Focusing on Fibre: Impact on Gastrointestinal Health and Clinical Uses in Dogs and Cats

Defining Fibre Dietary fibre is defined as edible carbohydrate polymers with three or more monomeric units including non-starch polysaccharides, oligosaccharides, an...
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Researchers find newer variants of SARS-CoV-2 can infect mice, unlike the original version of the virus

A team of biology researchers at Georgia State University has found that some of the newer variants of the virus that causes COVID-19 can infect the respiratory tract...
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Volume 8 Issue 4

A Vegan Diet for Dogs and Cats May Improve Health Outcomes and Longevity

In the past decade, men and women around the globe have transitioned to a vegan diet in record numbers, propelled largely by a growing body of research pointing to be...
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Domestic cats drive spread of Toxoplasma parasite to wildlife

New UBC research suggests free-roaming cats are likely to blame in the spread of the potentially deadly Toxoplasma gondii parasite to wildlife in densely populated ur...
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Cats’ whiskers reveal felines favor free lunch

Domestic cats that regularly catch wild animals still get most of their nutrition from food provided at home, new research shows. University of Exeter scientists u...
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All-party Parliamentary group for cats meets

Group made up of MPs and peers, and supported by two charities, outlines plans for the year that include developing animal welfare policies with cats in mind. The i...
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‘Escaped’ big cats found in enclosures at German zoo

Floods swept through the privately owned Eifel Zoo, leaving two lions, two tigers and a jaguar unaccounted for.[/captio...
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Feline epilepsy data ’subpar’

Researchers have found testing anti-epileptic drugs’ effectiveness and safety for cats has been generally subpar, worse than what was formerly reported in dogs. Sci...
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