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LIVER DISEASE IN DOGS AND CATS by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 05 Aug 2012 12:00am Helpful Buckeye has received several e-mails asking about liver disease in dogs and cats.  These pet owners report having been told by their veterinarian that their pet might have some type of liver disorder.  Apparently being of an inquisitive nature, some of these pet owners wanted to know a bit more about the liver and its disease ... Read on »
EVALUATING YOUR PET'S CONDITION by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 28 Apr 2013 12:00am EOB-1.... OK, now, pay attention!  If you've been reading this blog for long enough, you know that Helpful Buckeye has stressed repeatedly that a pet owner needs to be familiar with the habits and appearance of their dog or cat.  That is one of the most reliable ways to be able to tell when something just isn't right with t ... Read on »
Kitty acne and other unsightlies: Eosinophilic ulcers and plaques in cats by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 5:03pm One of our technicians brought in her unhappy kitty named Gizmo last week. Gizzie had been pawing and scratching his chin raw. Beyond the common chin acne some cats can get, this feline patient sported an abundance of bleeding pustules beyond the pallor of the standard blackheads and pimples we often see secondary to ingrown hairs (all that chin ... Read on »
112 Father-biter cat, take 2 by Gevera Bert P. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 9:07pm Last night I had a lovely dinner with a friend of mine. We're writing a book together and it was our first meeting to discuss it. As soon as I got home, I prepared to take a shower. My clothes were already in the washer (which wasn't turned on yet, thank god) when the phone rang. It was my mom. She said my father got attacked by the cat again ... Read on »
150 slow bleed & sick dog by Gevera Bert P. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:41pm The nursing home just called me to ask about bringing my father to the hospital for a follow-up neurology appointment. The appointment that was canceled last week, the one we said was useless and stupid. They are sure my father has a slow bleed deep in his brain. A neurology appointment would confirm that. To get his brain scanned, they hav ... Read on »
SPRINGTIME CONCERNS.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 04 Apr 2010 11:00pm Most of the USA is either already into their "SPRINGTIME" season or is just now getting their first dose.  SPRINGTIME CONCERNS don't have to necessarily carry negative or positive connotations.  This is always a good time of the year for a reminder of what all dog and cat owners should be aware of as their pets get ready to face the cha ... Read on »
DOG AND CAT CHITCHAT.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Mon 30 Nov 2009 10:02pm Basking in the afterglow of a relaxing Thanksgiving weekend, it became obvious that coming up with a decent subject for this week's dog/cat disease was beyond the scope of reality. As everyone delves into the leftovers from their Thanksgiving meal, returns home from their day-long shopping expeditions, and revels in the exploits of their favorite ... Read on »
Cats Dicentra by david hamilton Patient Expert Posted Sun 17 Apr 2011 12:00am I have been struggling to have a day off free from digging, or manual labour.I told Cat yesterday I was going to rest today from allotment digging/gardening which is easier said than done. The photo is of Cats Dicentra or Bleeding Heart.It looked like it had died off over the winter but has regrown with a vengeance. I love this mystic ... Read on »
Building a better mousetrap: On the ethics of using rat poison (rodenticides) by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Fri 26 Feb 2010 10:00pm How many pets succumb to rat poison toxicity every year? I’m sure the ASPCA Poison Control knows but I don’t have the figures on hand this morning. I have, however, seen at least two pets die following confirmed ingestion of rat poison. In one case, a dog’s sudden internal bleeding led to a frantic search of a vacation home where a basement ... Read on »
When Cats Behave Badly: Dealing With Cat Bites The Natural Way by Mind Body Spirit .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 17 Oct 2008 9:14pm Our furry, fiercely independent, feline friends aren't always as loving and cuddly as we'd like them to be, but sometimes they can be downright evil. I experienced that this past weekend, after a friend's cat bit me. So, why do cats bite and scratch, you ask? a. They were somehow provoked. A tad too much roughhousing by their huma ... Read on »