Managing one health condition for your pet can be stressful enough, but many pet parents are shocked to hear that their dog or cat is actually suffering from two — or even three — issues all at the same time.
SOME HEALTH ISSUES SIMPLY GIVE WAY TO OTHERS
For example, an obese dog will put more pressure on their joints, bones and heart, which is why mobility problems, osteoarthritis and heart issues can grow into additional concerns over time.
Cats, in particular, have urinary conditions that can be linked to anything from stress to crystals in the bladder, to inflammation in the urinary bladder. Needless to say, a proper veterinary recommendation can save you and your cat a lot of unnecessary confusion.