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- * Anal Sac Problems
Learning how to express your cat's anal sacs is easy and may help avoid a future medical problem.
- * Chin Acne and Stud Tail
Learn the best treatments to eliminate these irritating skin conditions
- * Evaluating Skin Conditions
Learn how to use your sennes of touch, smell and vision to evaluate the condition of your cat's skin and coat.
- * Hair Complicates Everything
If your cat is experiencing any type of skin problem, the situation will amost always improve if the hair is clipped, trimmed or shaved.
- * Itchy Skin Problems
Perhaps one of the most frustrating problems a cat owner can be faced with is the cat that scratches for no apparent reason...
- * Mite Fight
Sometimes referred to as Walking Dandruff, fur mites are often the reason for excessive scratching and skin excemas. Often misdiagnosed as a food allergy, learn how to tell when your cat might have a mite problem and how easily it can be dealt with the us
- * Pemphigus Foliaceus In An Himalayan Cat
Follow the story of a young Himalayan and her battle against the skin condition called Pemphigus foliaceus.
- * Pemphigus Foliaceus In Cats
Pemphigus foliaceus is a severe autoimmune disorder that is characterized by pustules and scabs on the skin. Learn the best treatments for this unusal disease ...
- * ProMagic Powdered Cottage Cheese
To improve coat and skin you may want to try adding this food supplement to your cat's normal diet.
- Rodent Ulcer Medical Case History
Follow the treatment of a Exotic Shorthair neuter that developed a severe rodent ulcer.
- * Rodent Ulcers
Have you ever had a cat develop a small red sore on its lip? It was probably a rodent ulcer. Learn what to do and how to prevent it from reoccurring again. . .
- * Scurf
Scurf is the common word used to describe a scaly or shredded dry skin condition. Dandruff is an example of a mild scurf.
- * Scurf From Being Bred
A scurf (dry, flakyskin condition) that is unique to cats is the result of the irritation to the skin when it is gripped by the teeth of a male cat as he grabs and holds the female's skin on the back of her neck when mounting and attempting to breed. Learn more...
- Stud Tail Remedy
An exhibitor shares her experience with using a grooming pre-cleaning creme to help cure her cat's stud tail.
- * Sunburned
Just like people, your cat can get sunburned. And just like people, too much sun can lead to skin cancer. You need to protect your cat from excessive sun exposure for both its health and comfort...
- * Treating A Rodent Ulcer In A Nursing Queen
Jasmine Alexander of Snobelle Chinchilla Persians shares her story of treating a rodent ulcer on the lip of a cat that was still nursing a litter of kittens.
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