9 Best Food for Cats with Constipation (Laxatives & Softeners) Review 2020

Cat constipation refers to the irregular or difficult passage of bowels, mainly because of a problem with its digestive system. Typically, cats usually have one bowel movement per day, and any deviation from that should be a point of concern. Most often, constipated cats may have three to four bowel movements per week.  The bowels tend to be small, dry […]

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5 Best Limited Ingredient Cat Food Reviews 2020 [Wet & Dry Cat Food]

Not every cat can handle the complex ingredients and artificial flavors that most cat food brands include. Most commercial pet foods contain multiple protein sources, additives, by-products and other artificial ingredients that may trigger allergic reactions or cause digestive issues in elder cats. If your cat is sensitive to the diet your are giving her, you should […]

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5 Best Dog Food for Hypothyroidism(Premium Ingredients) in 2020

Hypothyroidism is a common health condition among pets but most especially dogs. The condition is brought about by hormonal imbalance as a result of the ineffective functioning of the thyroid gland. Some of the common symptoms of hypothyroidism include lethargy, change in appetite and weight, excessive shedding and dull coat, etc. The diagnosis of hypothyroidism should be […]

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7 Best Dog Food for Sensitive Stomach and Diarrhea in 2020

Among the many ailments that befall dogs is the stomach sensitivities that emanate from various conditions such as food allergy, food intolerance to an even more serious underlying health concern. It is important to initially consult your veterinarian for a clinical examination to determine the precise cause of stomach sensitivity, determine the food ingredients she needs […]

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8 Best High Fiber Dog Food-Anal Gland Problems in 2020

What are anal glands and why are they a big issue in dogs? Anal glands, also known as anal sacs, are glands located a few inches inside the anus, between the sphincter muscles. If you have seen your dog sniffing another dog at the back, or your dog getting sniffed, it is because of the anal glands. The […]

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