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Like the dog food top 5, rated by Pet Food Reviews, the top 5 cat foods are chosen for their approximation to a cat's natural diet in the wild - mainly the kinds of foods cats hunt. No, the the top 5 foods don't contain rats and rabbits; but they do consist almost totally of protein, the same high grade protein that is sold for human consumption - no fillers or by-products. Unlike the top 5 rated dog products, only one of the 5 top cat food brands received a 5-star rating...
Most service animals are dogs specially trained to provide service to humans. In addition to their naturally great sense of smell and hearing, service dogs must have healthy eyes and good sight. Merial, a worldwide animal health company and the American College of Veterinary Medicine teams up in the month of May to sponsor free eye exams for service dogs who qualify at more than 200 sites across the nation and in Canada and Puerto Rico.
A cutback in manufacturing of certain drugs by Sandoz Canada, following by a fire in the plant that manufactures the drugs has led to a shortage of 100 medicines used for people and animals in Canada. Doctors and veterinarians are scrambling to find supplies from other countries now, particularly in the U.S.
The same lab that invented InCaSe, the blood test to screen for cancer in dogs, has a new test to determine gastrointestinal cancer in cats. Unlike InCaSe, VDI-TK is not a screening test and it cannot detect all cancers; what it can do is quickly differentiate between inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and intestinal lymphomas, both relatively common diseases in cats.
You know how important early detection is, especially when it comes to cancer. And not only do more dogs die from the effects of cancer than any other disease, but statistics show that the incidence of canine cancer has sharply increased. Fortunately, a southern California technology company, Veterinary Diagnotics Institute (VDI) has created a test to let you know with 99 percent accuracy whether your dog has cancer or not.