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Cat Grooming and Vomiting: How to Prevent Hairballs with Vet-Recommended Strategies

Cats are known for their daily routine of grooming, in addition to sleeping and eating. During grooming, cats ingest loose fur, which can contribute to the formation of hairballs that may obstruct the gastrointestinal tract, causing a condition known as hairball syndrome. In today's discussion, Dr. Chung will explore why cats have a strong grooming instinct and discuss the potential health impacts of excessive grooming on their bodies. more
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Tackling Pet Tear Stains: Identifying Causes and Effective Solutions

One of the favorite features of pets for their owners is often their bright eyes, which are also an important way to establish an emotional connection with them. However, when pets experience discomfort or illness in their eyes, increased tear production can become a breeding ground for bacteria, leading to unsightly tear stains. To keep pets away from tear stains, let's first understand the reasons for their appearance and how to prevent and improve them. more
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Make Your Pet's Glow: Vet Reveals Seven Skin Care Tips for a Shiny Coat

Pet skin comprises two primary layers: the epidermis and the dermis. The basal layer, situated at the bottom of the epidermis, continually regenerates skin cells, which migrate outward to form the outermost layer known as the stratum corneum. In the dermis, vital structures like sebaceous glands and hair follicles are housed, safeguarding underlying blood vessels and organ tissues. The structure of a pet's skin plays a vital role in maintaining its overall health. more
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Prevention is Better Than Cure: Mastering Pet Health Checks Strategy for Optimal Preventative Pet Health and Minimizing Pet Illness Risks

Ensuring the well-being of our pets is a top concern for all pet owners. Since cats and dogs cannot express if they are feeling unwell, it is imperative for owners to schedule regular visits to the vet for comprehensive health checks with medical equipment. This proactive approach is essential to identify the cause of any discomfort. Therefore, consistently taking your beloved furry companion for routine pet health checks is a vital responsibility for pet owners. This article, based on a veterinarian's clinical expertise, will emphasize the significance of regular pet wellness examinations, introduce various key health check items, and collaborate with owners to safeguard the overall health of their pets. more
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Seasonal Pet Care Insights: Boosting Cats and Dogs Immunity for Autumn and Winter Health

Due to the impact of global warming, the transition from summer to autumn in Taiwan is no longer marked solely by occasional breezes. Instead, a noticeable temperature drop occurs after the Mid-Autumn Festival. Early autumn becomes a crucial period for pet owners to pay attention to boosting the dogs' and cats' immune systems. The great temperature variation between day and night can have a particular impact on their respiratory and urinary systems. This article explores the common symptoms that cats and dogs may experience due to seasonal changes. It provides insights from a veterinarian's perspective, with the goal of assisting pet owners in enhancing their pets' immunity as they navigate the shift from autumn to winter, ensuring the well-being of their furry companions. more
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Summer Pet Skin Care: Battling Bacteria, Fungi, and Bugs - Addressing Pet Skin Problems and Diseases!

With summers in Taiwan come stifling heat and humidity, presenting the ideal conditions for bacteria, fungi, and a variety of bugs and fleas to flourish. These elements often worsen pet skin problems and diseases, especially in pets with their thick fur, making them the preferred haven for these unwanted guests. For many pet owners, witnessing their beloved animals suffer from pet skin diseases like painful scratching, dandruff shedding, or rashes is an upsetting experience. This article explores the prevalent pet skin problems in tropical settings and provides guidance on prevention and pet skin care strategies to ensure our furry companions maintain healthy skin throughout the hot months. more
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A Concise Guide to Probiotics for Dogs and Cats

In the modern world, pets have seamlessly become family fixtures. Beyond being mere companions, dogs and cats have evolved into cherished confidantes, invigorating tired souls. They grace us with countless invaluable moments, underscoring the importance of pet healthcare. As a result, pet owners prioritize their furry friends' diet and health. Beyond basic needs, these caregivers dive into research, seeking balanced nutrition, and suitable pet health supplements, and recognizing the significance of probiotics for dogs and cats. This deliberate approach, paired with regular check-ups, enhances overall pet health, staving off issues like obesity and joint problems, ultimately extending their lifespans. more
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How to Address Weight Gain in Dogs and Cats? Effective Strategies for Combating Pet Obesity and Enhancing Joint Health

As a devoted pet parent, it's challenging to resist the pleading eyes of our beloved fur kids, even if they've gained some extra weight. Whenever our furry companions give us those longing eyes, we tend to give in to their desires. However, indulging them without moderation can lead to pet obesity and potential health risks. So, how can we determine if our fur kids are maintaining their ideal body shape? In this article, we'll explore the healthy body standards for dogs and cats and discuss strategies to prevent health issues caused by pet obesity. more
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Taiwan's Only SQF-Certified Pet Health Food Factory, WelPet Biotech, Makes its Debut at the 2023 Asia Medical Cosmetology Expo: Exploring Trillion-Dollar Pet Healthcare Opportunities

The global pet food and healthcare market is expanding rapidly, already reaching $318.4 billion (approximately 9.7 trillion TWD), and growing at an annual rate of more than 5%. Responding to this enormous opportunity, WelPet Biotech, Taiwan's sole SQF certified pet health food factory, is excited to make its debut at the 2023 Asia Medical Cosmetology Expo. We warmly invite industry experts with an interest in pet health food to join us at the expo. more
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Age with Grace: The Definitive Guide to Ensuring Your Seniors Pets’ Health and Happiness

Pet owners have always had a deep concern for the well-being of their senior cats and dogs. Generally, cats and small dogs are considered seniors when they reach the age of 7, while larger dogs, having shorter lifespans, reach their senior years at 6. Despite the advancements in veterinary medicine, older pets remain more vulnerable to a range of health issues. This comprehensive guide aims to provide valuable insights into the care of senior pets, with the goal of ensuring a joyful and healthy life for your aging companions. more
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Managing Feline Kidney Disease: Veterinarians Offer Prevention, Diet, and Health Tips for Renal Cats

Although many cat owners may not be familiar with the term "Renal Cats," it's worth noting that statistics reveal that a significant proportion of cats over seven years old, about 75%, may have kidney problems, with three out of four cats affected. The good news is that cat owners can take steps to prevent feline kidney disease by providing proper care, diet, and supplementation. In this article, veterinarians will introduce various ways to care for renal cats, such as through appropriate diets and health supplements, to help keep your feline companion away from kidney failure. more
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Don't Ignore Feline Kidney Disease Warnings: Frequent Urination and Increased Thirst!

​Has your cat recently experienced symptoms such as frequent urination and thirst? They could be signs of kidney disease in cats. Statistics show that kidney failure is one of the leading causes of death in domestic cats. The symptoms may not be obvious at first, making it difficult for owners to detect until the disease has progressed to a later stage. This article will provide a detailed overview of the causes and symptoms of kidney disease in cats, helping owners to detect and effectively manage it early. Don't miss out on this article if you're a cat lover! more
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