Anxiety can affect any pet, large or small. The consequences can be destructive for the home, and cause undue stress to the pet and owner. Two common forms of anxiety are separation anxiety and noise anxiety.
Nausea is a common problem in dogs and cats and is one of the more common reasons pets are brought into the veterinarian’s office. Nausea is most commonly manifested by vomiting, buta dog or cat can also be nauseous if they are:
Seizures in young pets are often caused by a condition called epilepsy. If your pet has epilepsy, understanding this disorder and how to make your pet more comfortable can improve your pet’s quality of life. Epilepsy is a condition involving multiple seizures occurring over a period time and is often the diagnosis when underlying health issues such as a brain tumor have been ruled out.
Pain in cats is generally more difficult to spot than pain in dogs. When cats have arthritis, they simply become less active than they once were. Pet owners often attribute this decreased activity to old age, but it can be a sign of chronic diseases, such as arthritis.