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The Facts about Feline Bladder Thickening and How to Reverse It

03rd August 2009
If your cat has been diagnosed with feline bladder thickening, then your pet has probably had urinary tract infections in the past. What is this condition and how can you treat and reverse it? The first thing you need to understand is that feline or ca... Read >
Author: Laura Ramirez

5 Sure-Fire Tips For Treating a Urinary Tract Infection

01st April 2009
If you are like me, you probably want to know the treatment for urinary tract infections and how to prevent it from recurring. Before treating UTI, you should know the Symptoms and Signs. Treating a urinary tract infection can be simple. Outlined in detai... Read >
Author: Wayne McDonald

The Facts About Good Bacteria – Essential Agents

25th February 2009
Even though they are considered to be the source of many infections and other ailments, a little do people know that these microorganisms also have potential benefits which help in aiding the process of a healthy build up of the body of the individual. In... Read >
Author: Alien

Five Reasons For Frequent Urination In Dogs

09th January 2009
Are you sick and tired of having to drop everything to let your dog outside every five minutes? There can be several reasons for a dog urinating frequently. Canine Urinary Tract Infections Canine cystitis is the most common cause of frequent urinati... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

What Every Dog Owner Should Know About Canine Cystitis

08th January 2009
You may already know that bladder infections in dogs are a very common problem. But quite a few dog owners have questions about canine urinary tract infections. Here are answers to your questions. What Is Canine Cystitis? It's a bladder inflammation... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Find Answers To Your Questions About Cat Urinary Infection Treatment

08th January 2009
Do you have unanswered questions about the cat urinary infection treatment your vet provides? Even though cat urinary tract infections are the most common reason for feline vet visits, many cat owners are confused about what their vets are doing. The aim ... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Don't Ignore Female Dog Incontinence

07th January 2009
Many dog owners don't know what to do when incontinence in female dogs becomes an issue. This problems affects many pets, but their owners either ignore it or are too embarrassed about it to take their dogs to the vet. In this article, we'll look at cause... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Tips On Dealing with Old Dog Incontinence

06th January 2009
Let me tell you a story about old dog incontinence. Jane Smith's beloved old pet has suddenly started dribbling urine. She's finding puddles of urine all over the house. The fur on her dog's bottom is wet from the constant dribbling, and the odor is overw... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

You Need to Know about Horseshoe Kidney

17th December 2008
Horseshoe kidney is a congenital disorder, distressing roughly 1 in 400 people, in which a person's two kidneys fuse jointly to develop a horseshoe-shape throughout progress in the womb. A horseshoe kidney is notable due to its atypical location, its u... Read >
Author: Mc Raflesia

Natural Remedies for Canine Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)

27th November 2008
UTI or urinary tract infection is very common both in humans and in dogs. The symptoms of this disease in your pets are very much the same as it is in you. More often than not, this disease is caused by bacteria such as the E. coli. If left untreated, UTI... Read >
Author: CristianStan

Herbal Remedies for Kidney Problems

26th September 2008
Cystone is a exclusive herbomineral formulation to treat and prevent for many urinary tract infection and stone formation. Cystone obviously promotes a healthy urinary tract and helps to maintain a normal urine composition and mucosal integrity. It is a a... Read >
Author: jainish

Cure Chronic Prostatitis

02nd April 2008
Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome is a popular but badly understood circumstance. Chronic prostatitis is an inflammation of the prostate gland that develops gradually, continues for a prolonged period, and typically has delicate symptoms. P... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Home Remedies for Urinary Tract Infection- Simple UTI Remedies to Treat E coli

02nd April 2008
How are home remedies for urinary tract infection different from doctor prescribed medication?   One treatment uses antibiotics to kill the E coli which could also kill 'good' bacteria throughout your body and hurt your immune system. The second... Read >
Author: Joe Barton

Chinese Skullcap Root - Side Effects and Benefits

05th July 2007
Botanical Name: Scutellaria baicalensis Other Common Names Chinese Skullcap:Huang qin, baikal, baical skullcap root, scute, scutellaria. Habitat:Chinese Skullcap is native to Eastern Asia. It thrives on sunny, grassy slopes in higher elevations. Thi... Read >
Author: Alien

Shih Tzu - Dealing With Housebreaking Problems

14th November 2005
The best house training uses the shih tzu's own instincts to avoid soiling its bed to train the shih tzu where and where not to eliminate. That is the basis behind crate training, in which the shih tzu is confined to its crate in the absence of the owner,... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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