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Maybe you're in search of more information about a medication your cat is taking, or want to research a feline medical condtion. Or you have questions about proper nutrition for your cat, or caring for your cat's teeth. First aid and emergency preparedness, dental care, feline behavior, or fleas might be on your mind! Whatever you're looking for, if it's information that will make your cat happier and healthier, you'll find it here!

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Pets and Cancer
Today there's a wide range of options for pets with cancer, everything from hospice care aimed at pain-management to the most aggressive surgical, chemo and radiation therapies. The outcome? Cures for some pets, long-term remissions for others and, for the rest, a good quality of life for a little extra time.

Busy Bunnies
Given what bunnies need to stay active, these fluffy, nose-twitching animals are affectionate and engaging pets. Kept in a barren cage or hutch and deprived of exercise and mental stimulation, however, they're not just boring, they're bored -- not to mention unhappy and unhealthy.

Dog Days
Summer is a wonderful time to be a dog or to have a dog. The long days offer lots of opportunity to get some exercise, shake up the routine and try something new that will strengthen the bond for both of you. If everything checks out after a veterinary visit, get moving! Here are some ideas.

Adopt a Holiday Pet
You know the usual warnings: "Don't give pets as gifts." Lately, though, I've found myself swimming against that tide -- a little. When it comes to giving pets as gifts, it's not always a good idea, but it's also not always a bad idea. If you add just one word to the word "gift," it pretty much fixes the problem. That word is "thoughtful."

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Irritable bowel syndrome is a psychosomatic disease. This means that it is the activity of the mind that causes the symptoms. Most people do not have difficulty imagining having so much anxiety that diarrhea results. Chronic anxiety can similarly result in chronic diarrhea. This is basically what irritable bowel syndrome is all about.

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VetzInsight: A Different Place to Learn
The same folks who provide Veterinary Partner also offer a blog called VetzInsight. Rather than explain what occurs in a disease process and how to treat it - which was Veterinary Partner offers - our goal is not only to inform on larger issues but to tap into the numerous emotions at play within the human-animal bond. We're here to learn and have fun. If you're interested in learning more about a broader look at veterinary medicine, the veterinarians, the clients, and the patients, VetzInsight is a great learning experience.

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