Jeff Grill

name Jeff Grill is the editor of hundreds of articles on dog and cat health. He currently edits the sites Dog Health Guide, Dog Health Handbook,and the Cat Health Guide.

What Food to Give a Cat With Urinary Blockage - Find Out the Answer Now

08th January 2010
If you are a cat owner, you must know the answer to this question. Urinary problems in cats are something that has become very common these days. Most pet owners, however, are not aware of this problem and they fail to see the symptoms in their cats. As a... Read >

Why is Female Dog Urinary Tract Infection More Common and How Can it Be Treated?

08th January 2010
First of all, here is a little fact that all dog owners must know - female dog urinary tract infection is a lot more common than male dog urinary tract infection. So, if you happen to own a female dog, you should be twice as careful and take very good car... Read >

Cat With Asthma - Helping Your Cat Breathe Right

08th January 2010
Cat with asthma occurs in 1% of cats with a higher incidence in Siamese cats. The disease is reversible with conventional and natural medications. It is believed that allergens in the environment such as pollen or other environmental toxins such as cigare... Read >

What Causes Incontinence in Dogs and What Can I Do About it?

08th January 2010
Incontinence in dogs is usually associated with old age but it can happen to dogs of any age. Older dogs have it when their urinary sphincter becomes weak and they cannot hold their urine in. Younger dogs can get it due to birth defects. Urinary incon... Read >

Cat Incontinence - 5 Things to Do When You Notice Your Cat Dribbling Urine

08th January 2010
Cat incontinence is unpleasant to say the least. You may find that your house starts smelling like a litter box because your cat can't seem to control his urine flow. Incontinence in cats can be solved however. It has many underlying causes including:... Read >

Old Cat With Bladder Infection - What to Do and How to Help

08th January 2010
It is not uncommon to have an old cat with bladder infection issues. In fact, it is somewhat commonplace for pets, especially felines, to experience various types of bladder infection. Elderly cats are simply more prone to this condition. There are a numb... Read >

A Canine Thickened Bladder Wall Does Not Have to Alter Your Pet's Life

08th January 2010
If your normally happy-go-lucky dog falls prey to a bladder infection, it can be an ugly scene. You might even see blood in its urine. Unfortunately, bladder problems in pets are becoming all too common. A canine thickened bladder wall can be a debilitati... Read >

Canine Bladder Enlargement Problems and Prevention

08th January 2010
When was the last time you thought about your pet's bladder health? Canine bladder enlargement is not something you think about every time your dog has inconsistent trips to do his business. But canine bladder enlargement and urinary track infections can ... Read >

Canine Thickened Bladder Wall - Simple Tips For Helping Your Dog

08th January 2010
Canine thickened bladder wall can occur in dogs of any age, but it usually presents itself with older pets. Something to keep in mind should your pet experience this ailment is that it can be caused by many different things. In a broad sense, canine thick... Read >

How to Cure Your Dog's UTI, Not Just Treat it

08th January 2010
If you have a dog and he has ever had a UTI, you probably know that the problem is generally one that recurs. It's rare for a dog susceptible to UTIs just to get one infection in their lifetime. If your dog gets a UTI for the first time, brace yourself be... Read >

What to Do When You See Blood in Your Cat's Urine

08th January 2010
Is there blood in your cat's urine? If so, there is no need to fret.Most likely the problem is caused by something minor that can be easily treated. No matter what you think might be the problem underlying blood in cat urine you need to take your cat to t... Read >

Help! There is Blood in My Cat's Stool!

08th January 2010
If you notice blood in your cats feces, you'll probably just about lose it.After all, it can be frightening to see your cat suffering from a potentially painful condition.However, you need to stay calm and first of all figure out why there is blood in cat... Read >

Clear Treatments For Crystals in Dog's Urine

07th January 2010
In many cases, a common term for crystals in urine of a dog is bladder stones. Veterinarians might also refer to these crystals as urinary calculi and the condition which brings this on goes by the name of urolithiasis. A dog's entire urinary tract is ... Read >

Help Clear Crystals in Dog's Urine

07th January 2010
If an owner notices that his or her dog has blood in its urine, there is an excellent chance that the dog has crystals in urine or is suffering from bladder stones. A veterinarian might also refer to these crystals as urinary calculi and the condition whi... Read >

What to Do If a Cat's Urine Has Crystals

07th January 2010
Diet can have a tremendous affect on the health of pet's urinary tract. In the recent past, crystals in cat urine were diagnosed at a much higher rate than they are today. These stones or crystals were made up of struvite, which also goes by the name magn... Read >
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