If you are like me, you probably like to include your pets in these celebrations as well. After all, how can we not include them when we are preparing delicious food? This month we are going to review some foods you can offer your furry or feathered friends so they do not feel left out!
Constipation is defined as absent or infrequent defecation often associated with difficulty and discomfort. Clinical signs that accompany constipation include abdominal discomfort, discomfort or straining while defecating, vomiting, weight loss, and/or decreased appetite.
When it comes to dental disease, our pets are great at hiding signs of discomfort. Common signs of dental disease in our companion animals can include difficulty or abnormal chewing, drooling, or dropping of food when eating, bleeding along the gums, discolored teeth, reluctance to eat, tartar, or halitosis (i.e., bad breath).
Stressors can derive from physical, social, and/or environmental causes. In the veterinary setting, we see patients with separation anxiety, thunderstorm/noise phobia, and travel phobias to name a few. While these examples may not evoke a strong stress response for humans, they can certainly impact our pets.
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