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Vaccinations

4/11/2011 by: Sydney Animal Hospitals

Feline vaccinations A vaccine is a suspension of either a virus or bacteria that is injected into your cat. The virus or bacteria has been altered or killed so it does not cause harm but instead stimulates an immune response ready to fight...

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Hyperthermia (overheating or heat exhaustion) in cats and dogs

4/11/2011 by: Sydney Animal Hospitals

Hyperthermia (overheating or heat exhaustion) in cats and dogs Hyperthermia is the term used to describe elevation in the core body temperature above the acceptable normal range. Where heat is produced or stored in the body at a greater rate than ...

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Cruciate ligament rupture

4/11/2011 by: Sydney Animal Hospitals

Cruciate ligament rupture Cruciate ligament damage is one of the most common orthopaedic injuries in dogs. It normally presents with your dog becoming acutely lame in one of its hind limbs while running or playing. However, not all dogs have acute...

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Cat flu

4/11/2011 by: Sydney Animal Hospitals

Cat flu Cat flu is a name given to infections resulting in a flu-like (influenza) state by either feline calicivirus or feline herpes virus. Signs can include sneezing, coughing, gagging, excess salivation, nasal congestion, conjunctivitis, cornea...

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Arthritis in cats – UPDATE

4/11/2011 by: Sydney Animal Hospitals

Arthritis in cats Lots of people are aware of arthritis in dogs but cats can get arthritis too. Arthritis is a condition where pain is noted in the joint due to damage to the overlying cartilage that covers the bone. It leads to pain, reluctance t...

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