New report says chronic diseases are up among companion animals

05/2/2012 | CatChannel.com

Cats and dogs are experiencing more chronic diseases, though many owners don't see a need to take their pets to the veterinarian to manage existing conditions, according to the Banfield State of Pet Health 2012 Report, published Tuesday. Arthritis and kidney disease are increasing, and some 20% of dogs and cats are overweight or obese, according to the report.

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