Tag Archives: Pet Disease

The Pet-agrees provides pet owners with helpful articles on common pet diseases. We help you to understand how to detect symptoms and how to deal with common diseases. Read our articles to know more.

Parasites & Your Pet

Parasites and your pet | Parasitter og din hund

When it comes to protecting your pets against parasites, prevention is the best cure. As a pet owner, understanding the reasons for using parasite prevention and choosing the right products can be overwhelming. However, devising an appropriate parasite treatment plan is essential to avoid harmful, preventable diseases.   What Are the Most Common Parasites (And […]

New Year’s Resolution- Brush Your Pet’s Teeth!

Brush Your Pet’s Teeth! | hunde tandbørstning

Brush Your Pet’s Teeth! On this first month of 2019, make your pet’s health a priority for the coming year. Brushing your pet’s teeth leads to improved health and happiness. Dental disease is a common condition affecting pets, with more than 75 % of dogs and cats showing signs of periodontal disease by age three. […]

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) 

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) | Urinvejsinfektioner i katte FLUTD

In our last post, we discussed Canine UTIs. In this blog, we will address urinary tract diseases in cats, commonly referred to as Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD). What Is Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease? The American Veterinary Medical Association describes FLUTD as a variety of conditions that affect the urinary system of the […]

Urinary Tract Infection in Dogs

Urinary Tract Infection In Dogs | Urinvejsinfektion i hunde

Just like humans, your furry friend can get a urinary tract infection (UTI). In fact, urinary tract infections are common in dogs. UTIs are painful, so it’s important to know the symptoms and what to do if your dog has one.   What Is a Urinary Tract Infection? Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are commonly found […]

Overfeeding Your Pets Causes Obesity

Obesity in Pets

Who can resist that cute face? You come home from work and your happy pup or kitty jumps off the sofa and runs over to see you. You immediately go to the cookie canister and get your friend a treat! Here is how that contributes to obesity. Obesity in Pets Obesity is simply excess fat […]

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