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PetMD Editorial
Sep 17, 2014

Is your cat a "picky eater"? It can be frustrating and expensive trying out different cat food brands just to find something she likes. Fortunately, there is a way to help make the right choice. While many cats will readily accept new foods, your cat may have… Read More

Ashley Gallagher, DVM
Sep 17, 2014

By Ashley Gallagher, DVM Vitamins and supplements found at health stores and pharmacies are all the rage these days — from multivitamins to specialty supplements that are designed to support specific bodily functions. So does that mean you should also add a supplement to… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Sep 16, 2014

You're probably tired of seeing your cat constantly scratch, bite, or lick herself? But take comfort, you're not alone in dealing with the issue and there are often things that can be done to help. One possible key: cat food. What Causes Itchy Skin in Cats… Read More

Lorie Huston, DVM
Sep 12, 2014

Sick Cat? See if Your Pet Food Has the Right Amount of these 6 Nutrients By Lorie Huston, DVM Cats are just like people when it comes to food — they need a diet that is rich in nutrients. But be careful. There are some essential ingredients and nutrients that can actually… Read More

Lorie Huston, DVM
Aug 21, 2014

By Lorie Huston, DVM The last thing you want to hear is that there is something wrong with your cat's food — that a recall has occurred. In fact, for many pet owners, the news of a pet food recall brings up bad memories of the giant melamine recall of 2007 that killed… Read More

Jennifer Coates, DVM
Jun 20, 2014

By Jennifer Coates, DVM It's easy to admit that people and pets are healthier when they eat nutritious food. What's exciting is that researchers are finding that well-balanced nutrition may even hold the key to how genes are expressed in the body. What is… Read More