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This time every year my dog needs to go to vet to have his anal glands emptied.  It is so expenisve I am wondering if anyone has the experience to tell me how to relieve him of this problem myself



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Greetings, any advice on what to do for my 13 yr old female who has somehow injured her hind foot.  Bleeding between the pads and a little swollen. Looks like she's stepped on something but nothing visible. She's walking on it but tenderly. I've bathed it for her but not sure it warrants a visit to the vet.

My wife and I took in a stray kitten about a month ago, and she, Eva (~2 months), is having some health issues right now. Already she has been de-flead, de-tapewormed, and de-ear mited with stuff from the States. But now she has been vomiting for about 48 hours now. She seems to have gotten everything out of her system but any time she drinks or eats something she will vomit it up. The vomit was originally the color of her cat food and now is clear from the water she drank. For this reason, she doesn't want to eat anything or drink anything (and it will come up anyways). She has slept for most of the days, but when she is awake she is still somewhat active and playful.

The extra problem is that we live in CHINA, and veterinarians or animal medicine is not easy to come by here. Everything online just tells you to go to your vet, and doesn't give any real information, which I understand because people want to be certain, but we don't have that luxury. So if anybody has some ideas for what could be going on and how we could treat it with home items, this would be extremely helpful. Thank you!

i have a turkish while angora..and two domestic shorthairs..they are all indoor cats and are treated with frontline every 4 weeks..but the fleas seem to live in my angora..i dont think they bite him..i dont think they get thru his hair..hes a bitch to bathe..he hates to be brushed , he keeps himself very well groomed and up till now i never bothered to brush him..never had to..but i have to get rid of these fleas..the only solution i found is to shave him...i dont want to do that..hes too beautiful...i also wonder if the spot on treatments hurt him..he really flips out as soon as he sees the at my wits end here..ive treated my other cats are fine..but he is  always with me..and now im getting bit..does anyone have an answer besides shaving him..for now..another bath i suppose..and thats hell

I am trying to choose between a Seal Point Ragdoll and Birman.  From my research I understand the differences between the two, but if anyone has any insight on these breeds from experience, that'd be great!!  Thanks!  

I just got this cat from a friend who found her wandering around town and i would love to know the breed of my new pet! 

i wasn't sure how to post a picture with my question but my display photo is her.

thank you!! 



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Good Evening Everyone;

I need DETAILED instructions, how to give my dear, very constipated Pepper an enema.

His problem is psychological. I adopted him from our local shelter over 8 yrs ago. He was in very poor shape!

He is ultra sensitive to many things. He lost his mate of 8 yrs recently...she was killed by a cougar. I think he may have witnessed her demise!

He has been thoroughly examined by our local medical reasons were found for the constipation.

I have been hand feeding him off and on for many weeks.

I have tried everything possible to no it's enema time!

Please, can someone provide me with detailed instructions?





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Are any of you using the Pet Cam? I can't find it on my page. Directions say to click on the Pet Cam tab, but I don't see one. Sorry, I must be missing something. Can anyone straighten me out?


We found out that constipation in cats is quite common. Our one guy had this problem for over a year. We tried everything. He wouldn't eat pumkin, squash or any of the things that are supposed to help.We researched like crazy.  It was so difficult for him that he developed litter box aversion  ( a behavioural issue because he related the box to his pain). This made it equally difficult for us. The long and short of it is, we finally tracked down a food that worked beautifully. It's called Medi-Cal Gastro Intestinal and made by Royal Canin. After a few days he was calm again and now uses the litter box again. if you have a cat with these symptoms give it a try. We were able to buy it at the Veterinarians. Good luck!

PS: there is no benefit for us if you buy the product, other than hopefully helping cats and cat owners alike.

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