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In an analysis of its 2019 claims, Healthy Paws Pet Insurance determined the top accidents and illnesses plaguing dogs and cats in the U.S., examining common symptoms, treatments, case studies, and how much it may cost pet parents for the best available care.
The slideshow shows the Percentage of 2019 Claims and gives the Average Veterinary Cost/Expense for treating the afflictions. Read the article and see the slideshow here: NUPropertyCasualty360.com
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Individual sources include:
• How To Prepare For Your Cat’s Routine Examination - Katzenworld
• PET TALK: When to be concerned about feline vomiting - Houston Chronicle
• Tail pull injuries in cats - Moscow-Pullman Daily News
• Integrative Pet Vet column: Water, an essential nutrient critical for health - Post Independent
• Common Cat Illnesses & Emergencies - TapInto.net
• Why you should avoid feeding wheat and rice to your pet - Mint Lounge
• A cat owner’s guide to common illnesses - FMT news
• Pet Connection: There are several ways to convince a sick pet to eat - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
• Flagler Humane Society - Secondhand smoke is dangerous for all pets - The Daytona Beach News-Journal
• How to read a cat's vitals - Star Tribune
• How to take your cat's vital signs at home - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
• Why is my cat thirsty? - PoC
• 8 Signs It’s Time to Take Your Cat to the Vet - Reader's Digest
• Why do some cats drool? - The Leader News
• Here are the smartest ways to save money vet bills - Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette
• ASK THE VETS: Understanding pain in our animals - Culpeper Star-Exponent
• Pet Docs: Cat seizures can have multiple causes but usually can be treated - The Post and Courier
• Visit to veterinarian a hair-raising experience for cats, who then shed - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
• Top 5 Ways to Encourage Your Cat to Drink More Water - The Pasadena Now Weekendr
• How to help a cat be sick? - PoC
• These are the signs of dehydration in cats - PINKVILLA
• Sneezing in Cats: Here’s everything you need to know - PINKVILLA
• Is your cat stressed? - Dayton247now
• A First-of-its-Kind Surgery for Sophie the Cat - MSU TODAY
• Respiratory struggles of short-nosed cats - UFHealth Podcasts
• Five insidious feline diseases - UFHealth Podcasts
• Cats are lactose intolerant - Poc
• When things go wrong in the feline pancreas - dvm360
• The Healing Qualities of a Therapy Cat - The Savvy Pet Owner
• Japan now has diapers specially for cats - SoraNews24
• Speaking of Pets: Here’s what to do if your cat is in pain - Vail Daily
• Cat Food Mystery Foils Diet Study - NC State University
• What's in a pet food label? - PetFoodIndustry.com
• Why it’s not a good idea to give your cat a saucer of milk - The Mercury News
• How to tell if your cat is sick - Pasadena Star-News
• Creating a DNA Map of Genetic Disorders in Cats - Technology Networks
• The Pet Shop: Cats’ first visit to new vet a tale of two personalities - Greensboro News&Record
• Advances in pet health, welfare on horizon: Pet Connection - GoErie.com
• Assessing facial expressions to detect pain may improve animal welfare - The Western Producer
• Two thirds of US cats have asymptomatic virus that could leave them open to more serious disease - AAHA
• Is your cat in pain? Its facial expression could hold a clue - The Conversation
• Prosthetic legs propel Vituzzo the ‘bionic cat’ to internet fame - New York Post
• Cat Freckles: Why Kitties Get Them And What It Means - Cole and Marmalade
• How to Care for Your Cat After Surgery - The Conscious Cat
• Dr. Sonnya: Supplement can prevent, mitigate feline herpes - TheDailyWorld
• All About Pets: Gut problems common in dogs and cats - TheLedger
• Surprisingly common virus in domestic cats raises concerns - ScienceLine
• Vets urge regular checkups for cat health - Taipei Times
• Understanding Dementia In Cats And What You Can Do To Help - Cole and Marmalade
• Is your cat dehydrated? - WGN
• Integrative Pet Vet column: Fatty liver syndrome in cats - PostIndependent
• Cat virus could be linked to feline cancer - Veterinary Practice News
• Cats continue to gain weight till maturity - The Free Press Journal
• Dogs VS Cats: Health Issues Edition - NomNomNow
• Pet parents, pay attention: Cats are adept at hiding illnesses - Daily Hearld
• Ascites in Cats - The Columbian Blogs
• Tips for “Tearless” Vet Visits - The Columbian BLOGS
• How do indoor cats get colds? - PoC
• How much do domestic cats drink? - PoC
• What Can I Catch from my Cat? - Feline Zoonoses - CatVets.com
• How Often Should You Bathe Your Cat? - Paws and Effect
• Sneezing in Cats - The Columbian Blogs
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