Best Pet Insurance For Dogs In 2020: Find The Right Coverage

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There are many unknowns in owning a pet. Will Fido be diagnosed with a chronic condition? Will he tear his ACL during one of your games of fetch? Will he develop an appetite for eating shoes, wood chips, and other foreign objects? All of these can result in unplanned trips to the vet, which means unexpected costs for you. To help you select the best pet insurance for your pet, our experts have ranked companies based on policy coverage, customer service and reputation, timeliness of claim payment, and price of policy.

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Best Cat Food Delivery For Fresh, Raw, Premium & Traditional Food

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Not to be outdone by the dog food delivery market, some companies are a cat’s best friend, jumping on board with cat food delivery. Yes, cat people are looking for healthy alternatives to plain old kibble for their furry felines, too — and the convenience of not having to trek to the store. While there aren’t as many options as for their canine counterparts, cat owners now have some excellent services to choose from. Here are the best ones we’ve reviewed…

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10 Rare Genetic Cat Diseases

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Leila Hadziabdic is a Master’s student in Molecular Microbiology, Microbial Ecology and Immunobiology. She joined the pet genomics company Basepaws in 2017 after earning her Bachelor’s degree in Genetics. Leila’s job is to research and write feline genetic and health-related content, including this Canine Journal exclusive discussion about rare feline genetic disorders and how Cat DNA tests can help us dig into their health history…

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Dog Urine Test: Check Your Pet’s Wellness At Home

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A pet urine test gives you the results for urine-related illnesses, including bladder infections, kidney stones and urinary tract infections. This can be very handy for pet owners whose dogs experience UTIs frequently (learn more about treating UTIs). Instead of taking your dog to the vet for a dog UTI test, you can conduct one at home by purchasing a urine test for dogs. Then you can consult your vet about administering your dog’s medication, if needed…

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