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PetMD Editorial
Sep 25, 2012

How to Battle Your Cat's Bulge By Amanda Baltazar Obesity is on the rise in cats. But it’s not just the discomfort of carrying around a few extra pounds that’s the problem: Overweight cats are more likely to suffer from other diseases including diabetes, arthritis and… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Sep 25, 2012

Don't Stop at Just Reading the Pet Food Ingredients By Vanessa Voltolina Trying to decipher and compare the multitude of wet and dry pet foods at your local store? While they may be regulated at the national level by the Food and Drug Administration's Center for… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Sep 24, 2012

History of Raw Pet Food By Patrick Mahaney, VMD You may not realize but raw pet foods have a long history. In fact, raw foods are biologically comparable to the diets dogs and cats would consume before being domesticated by man. For thousands of years, there were few… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Apr 25, 2012

At first glance, feeding cats seems like it should be a relatively simple endeavor. An owner picks out the best cat food that offers balanced nutrition made from quality ingredients and places it in front of the cat. He or she promptly eats it and all is well. However,… Read More

PetMD Editorial
Apr 25, 2012

According to the American Pet Products Association, more than half (52%) of cat owners have more than one cat. Some of the problems that plague multi-cat households, such as turf battles and litter box issues, are well known; but owners often overlook the challenges… Read More

Jennifer Kvamme, DVM
Apr 04, 2012

Can Eating Carrots Improve Eyesight? By Jennifer Kvamme, DVM Nearly everyone is familiar with the old adage that eating carrots can improve vision. So, the idea must apply to our cats as well … right? While there is some hint of truth to the concept, eating lots of carrots… Read More