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A guide to best dog walking routes in and around Manchester

As a dog owner, it’s too easy to slip into autopilot mode. You wake up every morning, let your four-legged friend out to do their business, whilst you get ready and take them for their first walk.

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Cat Illness: Itchy cats and skin disorders

One of the largest organs in the body, the cat’s skin has a number of functions. It provides a protective barrier, helping to maintain body temperature and produces a range of substances, including glandular secretions, hair and claws.

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Cats and Illness: Feline Parvovirus

What is feline parvovirus? Feline parvovirus is a virus that can cause severe disease in cats, particularly kittens. It can be fatal. Learn more about the disease and what you can do to prevent your cat for contracting this disease.

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Cats and Illness: Kidneys and Renal Disease

The kidneys are responsible for filtering waste products out of the blood to form urine. Disease of the kidneys is one of the most common problems affecting middle-aged and older cats.

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Cats and Illness: Disabilities

Some cats are born with a disability, whereas others result from accidents, disease or the degenerative effects of old age. Cats are generally very good at adapting their lifestyle, allowing them to still enjoy a good quality of life.

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Cats and Illness: Hypertension

In cats, high blood pressure – known as hypertension – usually occurs as a result of another underlying disease. For example, cats suffering from kidney disease or Hyperthyroidism often have some degree of hypertension as well.

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Cats and Illness: FIV and FeLV

Do you know about Feline Immunodeficiency Virus and Feline Leukemia Virus? If not, you should read this article so you know what signs to look out for!

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