Advice for foul cat breath, feather-plucking birds and more

12/3/2013 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

Pet care expert Steve Dale provides recommendations from veterinarians for owners with questions about treating bad cat breath, helping a cockatiel with a habit of pulling out its feathers and preventing arthritis in dogs. In the case of odorous cat breath, there is likely a medical condition behind the issue, and birds pulling out their own feathers also need a veterinary assessment. For dog owners, keeping animals at a healthy weight and catching problems early can help keep aging dogs moving comfortably. A veterinarian can provide a tailored assessment and recommendations.

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