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Salmonellosis in Cats and Dogs

October 5, 2012 Ivan Paunovic Animal Health


Description and Symptoms Salmonellosis in cats and dogs is a foodborne illness caused by Salmonella – a Gram-negative microorganism that often lives in the intestines of humans and animals and includes more than 2000 different types of bacteria. These types are called serotypes, and some of them are more aggressive than others. Salmonella often causes no symptoms at all, […]


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Anal glands, and how to prevent their inflammation

August 12, 2012 Ivan Paunovic, DVM Tip of the Day

Anal glands are small sacks near anus and both cats and dogs have them, but their inflammation is mainly a canine problem.  These glands contain a strong-smelling sticky liquid that is used to mark territory or to express strong fear. The glands empty spontaneously usually during bowel movements. Sometimes however, if not emptied regularly, they can cause an […]


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Flea Season!

May 9, 2012 Ivan Paunovic, DVM Tip of the Day

It is springtime! Many insects – among them fleas are at their peak. Our pets can easily catch them by playing outside. There are many brands of insecticides on the market that are marked as safe for the animals, but simply using toxins may not be good for overall health of our pets. As the […]


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