… that Cat Hyperthyroidism can cause a cat’s heart to grow in size and become more fragile?
… that nearly ninety percent of cases of Dog Hypothyroidism are triggered by an immune disorder that causes the dog’s immune system to attack its own thyroid gland?
… that Cat Ear Mites can lead to deafness and even death by causing bacterial and yeast infections that are capable of rupturing a cat’s eardrums and spreading to the animal’s brain?
… that one of the most classic signs of Dog Liver Disease is jaundice, which causes the dog’s eyes, skin, and gums to turn yellow?
… that cats with white on their noses and ears tend to be more susceptible to a type of Cat Cancer known as squamous cell carcinoma?
… that Dog Cushings Disease is also known as hyperadrenocorticism and often causes symmetrical hair loss?
… that Cat Kidney Disease typically does not become noticeable until approximately two-thirds of the cat’s normal kidney function has been lost?
… that a common cause of Dog Aggression is improper socialization and when the problem is not dealt with by a qualified individual, the aggression will likely only become worse?
… that Cat Arthritis is often not as noticeable as canine arthritis, as cats are very good at compensating for the lameness caused by this disease?
… that Dog Hip Dysplasia is the world’s most common cause of canine arthritis and most often affects larger breeds of dogs such as German Shepherds and Golden Retrievers?
… that Cat Worms live inside a feline’s intestines, stealing nutrients from the cat and causing intestinal damage?
… that male cats tend to suffer from Cat Diabetes more often than female cats, and obesity also increases an animal’s risk of developing this disease?
… that dogs with Dog Epilepsy most frequently experience seizures at night or while they are resting?
… that Cat Heart Disease is often referred to as cardiomyopathy and can be caused by a deficiency of taurine, an essential amino acid?
… that Dog Bad Breath is also referred to as canine halitosis and can be a sign of a serious medical problem such as a bacterial infection or oral tumor?
… that dogs that swim are more prone to developing Dog Ear Infections, and wax buildup and vigorous ear cleaning can also increase a dog’s risk of such infections?
… that Dog Worms can be deadly if left untreated because they can cause a dangerous obstruction in the dog’s intestines?
… that Dog Cognitive Dysfunction affects dogs in a manner very similar to how Alzheimer’s affects humans, and can even make a dog unable to recognize its family members?
… that Dog Parvovirus is an extremely contagious viral disease that can cause death within just forty-eight to seventy-two hours of the onset of symptoms?
… that common forms of Dog Cancer include oropharyngeal cancer, a type of mouth cancer, and osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer?