Category: Digestive Health

  • 5 Effective Ways To Care For Your Cat’s Oral and Dental Health

    5 Effective Ways To Care For Your Cat’s Oral and Dental Health

    Dental disease is one of the most common conditions in domestic cats, yet it is largely preventable. This article covers effective ways to care for your cat’s dental health, and what you can expect from your veterinarian.

  • Cat Diarrhea: What Owners Can Do To Help And When To Seek Veterinary Care

    Cat Diarrhea: What Owners Can Do To Help And When To Seek Veterinary Care

    It’s worrisome when your cat has diarrhea, especially when you don’t know why. This article explains the common causes of diarrhea in cats, what you can do to help your cat, and when to seek help from a veterinarian.

  • All About Diabetes In Cats And How To Effectively Manage The Condition

    All About Diabetes In Cats And How To Effectively Manage The Condition

    This article digs into the latest science to support you in giving the best care to your cat at any stage of feline diabetes.

  • State of the Gut Report: News Cat Parents Can Use

    State of the Gut Report: News Cat Parents Can Use

    News cat parents can use from AnimalBiome’s first annual 2022 State of the Gut™ report! Learn valuable insights about your cat’s gut health.

  • Easy Ways To Give Your Cat a Pill

    Easy Ways To Give Your Cat a Pill

    For some cat parents, the idea of giving their cat a pill seems like heading into battle. Learn the easiest ways to give a cat a pill.

  • B12 Deficiency in Cats: The Role of the Gut

    B12 Deficiency in Cats: The Role of the Gut

    Did you know that vitamin B12 is crucial for your cat’s health? Cats with low B12 may suffer from a digestive disorder, and those cats will often benefit from B12 shots. In a sick cat, symptoms such as lethargy, vomiting, diarrhea, and constipation may be partly due to B12 deficiency.

  • Pancreatitis in Cats: a silent killer

    Pancreatitis in Cats: a silent killer

    Pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas) is a gastrointestinal disorder that can affect cats. While it’s reported to occur in only 2% of cats, it may be much more common than we think. Symptoms in cats are subtle and can be easily overlooked, making it hard to diagnose this silent killer.

  • My Cat was Diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    My Cat was Diagnosed with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    A diagnosis of a disorder like inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) in your cat can be challenging to deal with for you, your veterinarian, and your feline. Learn what a diagnosis of IBD in cats means, and the causes of IBD in cats. We cover IBD treatment in cats including: cat food trials, vitamin B12 shots, FMT, & more.

  • Lactose Intolerance in Cats: Is Milk Good for My Cat?

    Lactose Intolerance in Cats: Is Milk Good for My Cat?

    How do you know if your cat has a lactose intolerance? If your cat loves milk, but even a treat-sized dollop cream leads to an upset stomach with symptoms like gas, bloating, diarrhea, or vomiting. It’s likely your cat is lactose intolerant.

  • 9 Ways to Improve Your Cat’s Digestive Health

    9 Ways to Improve Your Cat’s Digestive Health

    Learn how to improve your cat’s digestive health. Gut bacteria are crucial for digestion & obtaining nutrients from the food your cat eats. You can improve cat gut health by changing their diet, using cat probiotics or prebiotics, exercise, & more.

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