I Thinkstock Images/Comstock/Getty ImagesYour kitty’s eyes are huge and beautiful ... If you notice she’s confused, get her to the vet immediately.Anisocoria’s Potential CausesWhen your kitty has two differently sized pupils, this is called anisocoria. Even if she’s not showing any other symptoms, it’s important to get her seen by your vet as soon as possible.
Overview of Using Parastar Plus or Fiproguard Max® in dogs Dogs Parastar Plus® is the brand name for the generic agent Fipronil mixed with a second ingredient cyphenothrin. Fiproguard Max is the same product as Parastar Plus but by a different manufacturer. The two ingredients work together to provide dogs with protection to common topical parasites in dogs.
I Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty ImagesKittens are wee little bundles of joy, and it& 39;s often so hard to picture them as & 34;grown-ups.& 34; No matter how much denial you& 39;re in, however, it& 39;s inevitable. As long as a queen cat is sexually mature, she can carry a litter of kittens.Reproductive MaturityA young cat is classified as being a & 34;kitten& 34; from birth up until roughly 1 year in age.
Aqueocentesis is the aspiration (removal by sucking action) of aqueous humor from the anterior (frontal portion) chamber of the eye in a dog or other animal. It may also involve aspiration of cells from masses in the anterior segment or from the surface of the iris. What Does Aqueocentesis Reveal in Dogs?
I Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty ImagesOne of the most common reasons cockatoos see avian veterinarians is due to excessive plucking. If you have a cockatoo that plucks, you should pay careful attention to your bird& 39;s skin to ensure it does not have open sores or infections. Always see an avian veterinarian to rule out any health-related causes if your cockatoo is plucking.
I Jupiterimages/Goodshoot/Getty ImagesMost dogs are eager to join in on the next big adventure with their favorite person. When traveling to higher altitudes, always keep in mind the safety of your buddy.Veterinarian AdviceAlthough there isn& 39;t any documented medical evidence that higher altitudes affect dogs to date, HealthyPet.