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Urinary Tract and Kidneys
After spending a good six to eight years trying to keep up with your high-energy pooch, you may be starting to notice that it is slowing down – maybe it chases the ball for shorter periods, takes breaks to rest during play time or seems stiff after sleeping.
Dogs and bones go together like peanut butter and jelly – the age old image of a dog and its bone makes many pet owners believe that giving their dog a bone to chew on is an all-natural choice to satisfy their dog’s dental urges.
Bladder and urinary tract issues are relatively common in cats. While dogs are more likely to get urinary tract infections, about 40 percent of cat bladder problems are related to stones or mucus-crystal plugs.