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The sun is out, the birds are singing, and the bees have arrived. You know how curious your pet can be when exploring outside, and you also know that it doesn’t take much to stir up an angry bee. Just as some humans are allergic to bees, your pet can have a severe allergic reaction, too.
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Dental disease is a very common occurrence among adult cats. Even though this condition is preventable, unfortunately, most pet owners do not recognize the signs until it’s too late. As bacteria in the mouth form plaque, it begins to stick to the surface of your cat’s teeth. The problem arises when plaque and tartar begin to build beneath the gum line.