It can be difficult, as a pet owner, to care for a cat with kidney disease. Seeing your furry friend going through this difficult time can be hard, and at-home treatments aren't always easy to follow along with. One thing your pet's vet may want you to do is to give the cat fluids on a regular basis. However, recognizing the signs of your cat's blood having a problem is critical in order to protect their health.
There's nothing as sweet as a puppy. But sometimes a puppy isn't as sweet as they should be—in a manner of speaking. Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) can easily affect a puppy, with some breeds being more vulnerable than others. Although the condition is relatively easy to avoid, quick action is needed if your puppy should be affected. Any delay means that a puppy's hypoglycemia can become dangerous and even fatal.